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Originally Posted by tCoLL;14404023 
hahaha

Not really a dream machine by any means, regardless. I think you'll regret going with integrated graphics.

And there is no way in hell you'll fit those RAM heatsinks with that ridiculous CPU cooler.

ridiculous what are u talking about i have room look http://prohardver.hu/dl/cnt/2010-06/61189/imgp3488_b.jpg
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post #42 of 55
on top of this?
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=22070&vpn=HR-07&manufacture=Thermalright
idts.
And do you honestly think you'll never play any game besides cs 1.6? Seems a waste bro.
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Originally Posted by NatPC;14403283 
1.no cuz its 65 pounds.
2. i got banned on some game stie so i need a new harddrive/mobo/new internet router+change ip to ban evade.
3.its to heavy to brg to lans.
4.i want a this pc in my thread cuz its gonna look way sexyer then the one im using now
5.losing performance? i dont really know what performance is but EVERY pc. ive ever use is the SAME thing and runs the same and feels the same.
6.this pc takes up way to much space
7.the case has to much air ventilation and fans and i get a lot of dust inside.
8. i just want a small pc thats white case to match my dusk.
9.the pc i want in this thread is actually gonna be a lot better not really the video card and the cpu i'll over clock it to 3.50GHz (theres a video on youtube how to get it up to that) ssd,ram mobo i'll be better.
10.i will be making more money off the pc + im also gonna be selling my monitor im using now ASUS VG236 (sexy monitor) but the monitor in the thread im not gonna that any time soon. im gonna make up to $700-800 for the pc and $280-320 for the monitor. and that more then enough to get my dream pc smile.gif

If you're really set on the whole saving space idea and a smaller case, you could consider getting the Silverstone case you have your eye on and getting a microATX 1366 board and then just reusing the rest of the parts you already have. I'd imagine the primary weight difference then between your proposed system and the system you already have (including a microatx board and new case) would be maybe 10-15 lbs because of the dedicated GPU. If the 10-15 lbs difference is still a deal-breaker, I'd recommend doing some push-ups instead of dishing out more cash.

The A8-3850's integrated graphics are fairly impressive but a dedicated GPU like your HD6850 will be much more capable in anything that requires serious graphics processing. Integrated is fine for CS but is that all you ever plan on playing? What if a game comes out in the next few months that you really want to play and max out the graphics on? With the resolution that monitor will support, you will want a decent GPU to match.

That 3D monitor you linked is $700.wha-smiley.png
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also, what are you doing with that CPU cooler if you're trying to save space?
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Originally Posted by Cranapple;14404281 
If you're really set on the whole saving space idea and a smaller case, you could consider getting the Silverstone case you have your eye on and getting a microATX 1366 board and then just reusing the rest of the parts you already have. I'd imagine the primary weight difference then between your proposed system and the system you already have (including a microatx board and new case) would be maybe 10-15 lbs because of the dedicated GPU. If the 10-15 lbs difference is still a deal-breaker, I'd recommend doing some push-ups instead of dishing out more cash.

The A8-3850's integrated graphics are fairly impressive but a dedicated GPU like your HD6850 will be much more capable in anything that requires serious graphics processing. Integrated is fine for CS but is that all you ever plan on playing? What if a game comes out in the next few months that you really want to play and max out the graphics on? With the resolution that monitor will support, you will want a decent GPU to match.

That 3D monitor you linked is $700.wha-smiley.png

push up? i do them everyday i workout everyday i breakdance everyday but a pc being 65 pounds thats to much for a pc. the only game thats coming out that i will play is diablo 3. the only time im on my pc is the morning night and any other day im not at work.i dont even like those big games with high graphics that are out like call of duty, dirt 3, crysis 3 etc. and the monitor i'll get it in december the price should drop on boxing day. the motherboard is DDR3 1866. and the only part im reusing is the sound card thats it. "With the resolution that monitor will support, you will want a decent GPU to match" good point but i'll be watch movies, shows por.. i mean photos and yes gaming. if i really REALLY need a video card i'll probably get the Radeon 6670 in dual graphics with the apu. and im selling my old pc to get this.
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post #46 of 55
I dunno why you're getting defensive when people are trying to help you.
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Originally Posted by tCoLL;14404309 
also, what are you doing with that CPU cooler if you're trying to save space?
no but now that i think about it the mobo in the pic http://prohardver.hu/dl/cnt/2010-06/61189/imgp3488_b.jpg is different then mine and im 98% sure i can have big videos cards and stuff in the case without the cpu cooler getting in the way but i will be going with a apu+ i think it will save me a lot more money if i didnt get a gpu (man i have not played any games for almost a week ><)

"I dunno why you're getting defensive when people are trying to help you." im not its just that i really dont need a video card
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post #48 of 55
I think the apu's are awesome.From what I have seen it's like the power of a 4850.

I want too build one just too play with it testing and benching.

If they can improve on this and have like a 5830 on the chip,it's gonna be cool.
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Originally Posted by djsi38t;14409102 
I think the apu's are awesome.From what I have seen it's like the power of a 4850.

I want too build one just too play with it testing and benching.

If they can improve on this and have like a 5830 on the chip,it's gonna be cool.

they are coming out with better apus next year and they say its gonna be has good has the bulldozer
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Originally Posted by NatPC;14399971 

Case: HAF X 942
Motherboard: ASUS P6X58D Premium Motherboard
OS:Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64 bit OEM
CPU: Intel Core i7-950 Processor 3.06
CPU cooler: Corsair H50
Memory: Dominator 6GB PC12800 DDR3 RAM
Video Card: XFX Radeon HD 6850
Sound Card: Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty
Power Supply: Corsair GS600W
Hard drive: 465 GB some cheap western digital hard drive
highs 65 pounds><</div>

Ok, while i respect what you mean by the points you have made on wanting to lose this system. I think you should keep the hardware and get a different case if space and looks are issues. You have a good system there.

Why did you get it in the 1st place?
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