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Hey guys,
Im thinking about getting the following computer build;

^ All prices in $AUD (quoted from PcCasegear)
Expect instead of the UD14 im getting a corsair H100, and im getting marginally different ram.
Just wondering what you guys think of this build, what should i mix up/ change for similar price or to save a few bucks. (Looking for a gaming build that'll last me a while, i might throw another 580 in there in 6 months and a new CPU)

Also just wondering what your thoughts are on my theme. I was going to keep it simple. But going to pick up some coloured fans and some coloured sleeving.

I was thinking either pink sleeving with blue leds/fans etc.(No troll), or blue sleeving with blue fans. If you could post images of a 600T SE build with blue or pink LED's and sleeving would be appreciated (I've searched and failed.)

Also is this the best case for cooling? I was thinking either a Raven RV-01 or RV-02 from silverstone because my study is quite hot, and cooling is an emphasis.
    
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What graphics card do you own right now?

(by the way, this is one hell of a solid build man!)
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Currently own a 4870, but im sending my computer off to a friend (due to the fact that his computer got stolen at a LAN competition :O terrible story)
Edited by zkyz - 8/4/11 at 9:19pm
    
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Currently own a 4870, but im send my computer off to a friend (due to the fact that his computer got stolen at a LAN competition :O terrible story)


4870 to a 580? wow awesome upgrade, that will be a HUGE difference and shopping cart is looking very good.

By the way judging by that PSU, your looking to go SLI in the future huh?

Also welcome to OCN

EDIT:

You could probably get a cheaper PSU for that price and maybe a few other stuff, care to provide the link as to where you will be purchasing all this from?
Edited by munaim1 - 8/4/11 at 9:10pm
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4870 to a 580? wow awesome upgrade, that will be a HUGE difference and shopping cart is looking very good.

By the way judging by that PSU, your looking to go SLI in the future huh?

Also welcome to OCN

EDIT:

You could probably get a cheaper PSU for that price and maybe a few other stuff, care to provide the link as to where you will be purchasing all this from?
Yeah, he said "(Looking for a gaming build that'll last me a while, i might throw another 580 in there in 6 months and a new CPU)"

Anyway, he said he's purchasing it from PC Case Gear (it's in Australia):

http://www.pccasegear.com/
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Very VERY solid build, wow. The only suggestion I really have, is swap that OCZ SSD for a Crucial M4. Otherwise, wow....wow wow!!!

I expect very great things from that build.

And yes, you COULD possibly go with a cheaper 850w PSU too, even with the SLI option down the road.

Will update as I find more PSU's:
Antec HCG 900w - $157
Corsair TX850 - $175
Seasonic X-760 - $229

All of the better units I could find on that site. I'd go with the Antec myself, best bang for your buck there.
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Yeah that was a mistake. I forgot to update the build after i changed to the Corsair force 3 -> http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=17369

How about the strider then? http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=16519

Thoughts on what sleeving/ colour i should finisht the build with?

BTW Thank you for the warm welcome everyone. =D Good to see a friendly community many thanks as im very much used to the australian gaming community (www.cybergamer.com.au) which is just full of trolling idiots =[
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Yeah, he said "(Looking for a gaming build that'll last me a while, i might throw another 580 in there in 6 months and a new CPU)"

Anyway, he said he's purchasing it from PC Case Gear (it's in Australia):

http://www.pccasegear.com/
woops thanks bud


OP as recommend by this thread I would go for the Antec High Current Pro for the same price or even get the Antec CP-850 which is far lower at $145. Both are very good PSU's.

As for RAM I would recommend THESE for everday usage and THIS or THIS for overclocking.

When it comes to RAM I would definitely read up on these articles to help you choose sandybridge ram:

Sandy Bridge Memory Scaling: Choosing the Best DDR3

The Best Memory for Sandy Bridge

Choosing the Best Memory for LGA1155 Platform

These articles not only help 1155 users choose RAM but also show what overclocking them really does in terms of benchmarking and everday usage. I recommend reading those before overclocking RAM or choosing it for Sandy!!
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woops thanks bud


OP as recommend by this thread I would go for the Antec High Current Pro for the same price or even get the Antec CP-850 which is far lower at $145. Both are very good PSU's.

As for RAM I would recommend THESE for everday usage and THIS or THIS for overclocking.

When it comes to RAM I would definitely read up on these articles to help you choose sandybridge ram:

Sandy Bridge Memory Scaling: Choosing the Best DDR3

The Best Memory for Sandy Bridge

Choosing the Best Memory for LGA1155 Platform

These articles not only help 1155 users choose RAM but also show what overclocking them really does in terms of benchmarking and everday usage. I recommend reading those before overclocking RAM or choosing it for Sandy!!
Thanks for such fast responses. I'll have a look now. I was thinking about grabbing a pair of corsair vengeance @ C9 timings, the C8's are only tested at C8 and i have heard that they dont actually perform at C8 but at C9 however they are more expensive >.< (its a conspiracy). But i'll make a more educated decision later this afternoon when i'm home from work.

EDIT: Do you not think it'd worth me getting 8gb? Or should i get 4x2gb's? It does look nice in a build when the slots are filled <3
    
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Thanks for such fast responses. I'll have a look now. I was thinking about grabbing a pair of corsair vengeance @ C9 timings, the C8's are only tested at C8 and i have heard that they dont actually perform at C8 but at C9 however they are more expensive >.< (its a conspiracy). But i'll make a more educated decision later this afternoon when i'm home from work.

EDIT: Do you not think it'd worth me getting 8gb? Or should i get 4x2gb's? It does look nice in a build when the slots are filled <3
Looks aren't everything: a 2 x 4GB kit would be better - especially for overclocking either the CPU or the memory (or both).

I highly recommend studying the article he linked entitled "The Best Memory for Sandy Bridge". It will enable you to make an extremely informed decision as though you have suddenly become an expert.
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