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THANKS ALL!
This will basically be my build assuming I go Intel/decide not to wait for BD. Mods, please close. : )

So i'm planning a new build, but I need some help on what I should be looking for. My last build was on a tight budget using parts from another computer to make a 400$ rig happen. Outside of a little compiling maps in Hammer and writing/compiling Java apps for classes I'll be using it for gaming. Mostly gaming. I would like to keep the budget at 1000$ and the absolute max at 1200$. Ideally I'd like to be running this rig for well over a year w/o feeling a need to upgrade... right. Here's what I have, and please tell me where I'm wrong and why I'm stupid.

Games I play/will play: GTA IV/EFLC (A LOT), Source games, BC2, and such. Not really a variety.

Means: Will be getting this, just watching prices or (cpu) bulldozer news.
Means: Not sure what/if I need.
parts im looking at:
CPU: 2500k +$220
MOBO: ?
RAM: 8GB low cas kit. 1600? <$100
GPU: 570? +$350
CASE: HAF 932 +$160
HDD: Boot drive... SSD or HDD. <$200

EDIT: Parts list colour coded. Added my gaming habits.
Edited by BlackVenom - 8/15/11 at 12:37am
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I say ditch the 2600k, save yourself some money and buy a 2500k. For the motherboard, go for the Asrock P67 Extreme4 GEN3. It looks awesome and will have Ivy Bridge support. Very nice board. Memory, you can go with this 1866mhz kit. If you wanted, you could get 2133mhz with more voltage on that same kit. Given the savings from buying a 2500k and not a crazy expensive board, treat yourself to a GTX 570 or 6970. If you still want to spend less, the GTX 560 Ti or 6950 are pretty decent cards too.
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Definitely ditch the 2600k. the performance you can get with a 2500k is remarkable as is. The stock cooler that comes with the intel processors is garbage IMO. I do recommend watercooling for a build like that. you can pick up an Antec 620 for around 60$. low maintenance and quite frosty.

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post #4 of 24
Mobo: Asrock Extreme4 (good enough for your build)
Memory: 8gb is more than enough already. No need to go 16gb.
GPU: Since you'll be saving on mobo and cpu, get something like GTX570. Get the Twin Frozr III if you can and if not get the Asus DCII.

What about your HDD? Do you already have a good one?
Also, you'll be NEEDING a cpu cooler if you're going to overclock it.
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Just out of curiosity, where can you get a 2600k for $215?

Anyways, I agree for a gaming rig you don't need 2600k. 2500k is more than enough and for a nice P67 motherboard, you don't need to spend more than $150~$200 max.

I'd definitely go for an aftermarket CPU cooler which will run about $60~$100 depending on what product you prefer. I haven't kept up with the latest cpu coolers but the corsair H80 and H100 seem to be good.

I would spend a little more on the GPU and go for a GTX 570 2GB or a 6950.
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Thanks all! I'm not worried about a heat sink for the initial build. I can work on that later. Until Im out of college I wont be WCing outside of the Corsair/etc style.

Really? No like 2600k? Lol. I'm not too worried about a gpu now as I can live off my 5770 until late sept when i receive bday funding. So would going w/o upgrading until then, getting that 2600k, and later getting a 570 be a better idea?

@Dopamin3 (awesome name) I thought IB was socket 2011? Awesome, if it will support 1155.


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Just out of curiosity, where can you get a 2600k for $215?
In my mind. $315*

@ysoto78 At minimum I have my storage drives now. I'm debating on getting an SSD or fast HDD for a boot drive.
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get a SSD fast HDD's arent as reliable, and SSD's are silent!
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@Dopamin3 (awesome name) I thought IB was socket 2011? Awesome, if it will support 1155.
Thanks. Ivy Bridge is actually on socket 1155. Socket 2011 will house the Sandy Bridge-E processors.
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post #9 of 24
Ditch the 2600K if you're mostly gaming. You won't benefit from the Hyper Threading. 2500K is more than enough for gaming.

Motherboard: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813121511
Graphics card: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121425
Processor: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115072
Memory: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233147

All of these add up to $724.96
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So, I'm looking into a SSD, cooling, and what, a 570? Also waiting on a good deal on ram and a sale on my chosen case. Is the above twice mentioned ASRock mobo good for OCing or will pretty much any due w/ Sandybridge OCing?

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get a SSD fast HDD's arent as reliable, and SSD's are silent!
Psh.. mine don't make noises... yet. : ). I have an old old WD that's louder than my fans on full.

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Thanks. Ivy Bridge is actually on socket 1155. Socket 2011 will house the Sandy Bridge-E processors.
Yay, upgradability. Wasn't expecting that from Intel.
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