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OP of this thread. I just built my sig rig about 1 week ago. And i was in the same predicament that you are in.

*****BEFORE YOU BUY CROSSFIRE/SLI READ ABOUT MICROSTUTTER!!!! This is the solely the reason why i have a 580 over 2 6950.

*****Make sure a DH14 can fit in that case IT IS HUGE!!!! and amazing

i would recommend
Deluxe or the Pro board

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131701

Or the ASrock
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157265

For Graphics cards
6950
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814127575

Or if 580
Get EVGA/ASUS/MSi dont matter

And for that PSU YOU DO NOT! need 850W not even for 2x CF or even 580 in SLI you dont need 750W so save some cash and get a MODULAR (not active) and get a 128GB ssd or get 2 64 and put em in RAID 0 (not recommended)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139021
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I agree with those who say to wait for AMD's Bulldozer proc's to come out, otherwise the 2500k is a fine choice.
GPU - I have run SLI rigs twice and am glad I am running just one gpu now. Less hassle (especially since I am watercooled), less driver issues, more space and better air flow within a case - Get a GTX580 since you can run PhysX. If you are certain you'll never want PhysX (you do though) a 6970 would be a great alternative.
CASE - I liked my Antec, but case design has left the 900 in the dust. Corsair has a lot of great cases (400r, 500r, 600 and 650d), as does Cooler Master(HAF 912, 922, 9xx, Storm, 690 advanced, etc.). My CM Cosmos came with excellent fans too.
I like my Sabretooth mobo, but it is the only Sb mobo I have used. My friend bought a Gigabyte z68-ud7 and loves it, but that is a serious chunk of change too. The Ga-z68 xp-UD4 should be a great choice based on reviews.
Most reviewers say DDR-1600 is fast enough for gaming, but if you can swing the 1866 go for it. Faster is better. Gskill has always worked flawlessly for me, as has Patriot and Adata ram. although the Adata is in my work computer.

Just make sure your optical drive uses sata cables and not an IDE. Some of us have carried components forward for years ;>)

Have fun!
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post #23 of 46
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Thanks guys! The response here has been so helpful. So, from what I've gathered here, I should run 1 580, I don't really need a premium PSU, and I should spend some extra money on a better motherboard.

After reading all your advice, I've revised my shopping list

CPU: i5-2500k (this depends on how the price/performance of the new AMD chips)
Mobo: Asus P8P67 Deluxe
GPU: MSI Twin Frozr II GTX580 1536GB
PSU: Corsair GS800 800W
Cooling: Noctua D-14
Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1833
HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB
SSD: Crucial M4 128GB

This comes out to the equivalent of $1617 on this online store in Hong Kong. I'm sure I can get my components from the computer malls and fish around for better deals (while looking out for ripoffs of course). What do you guys think? I'm still debating skipping the SSD and getting cheaper RAM so I can afford a second GPU, but I dunno - I used to have a SSD and I think I would miss having 5-10s boot times and instant load times for games :3
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post #24 of 46
I will never go back to mech HDDs Booting. KEEP THAT SSD!

** get this HDD
Samsung - Its the fastest on the market, and its cheap.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...k=samsung%20f3


I would not recommend the TF II, if you are going to buy MSI then buy the TF III

But i would also much rather have a EVGA/ASUS because they have better customer support. MSI makes good cards but they are nothing compared to EVGA or ASUS's support.

EVGA
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130587

ASUS
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121429

After the rebate, these cards are the same price, but the ASUS has much much better cooling.


I would get this PSU

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...=corsair%20750

Then use that money and get better RAM

G.SKILL - Match your board
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231476

Mushkin
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820226199
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Originally Posted by inchy97 View Post
I will never go back to mech HDDs Booting. KEEP THAT SSD!

** get this HDD
Samsung - Its the fastest on the market, and its cheap.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...k=samsung%20f3


I would not recommend the TF II, if you are going to buy MSI then buy the TF III

But i would also much rather have a EVGA/ASUS because they have better customer support. MSI makes good cards but they are nothing compared to EVGA or ASUS's support.

EVGA
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130587

ASUS
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814121429

After the rebate, these cards are the same price, but the ASUS has much much better cooling.


I would get this PSU

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...=corsair%20750

Then use that money and get better RAM

G.SKILL - Match your board
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231476

Mushkin
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820226199
Agree with the PSU change, completely disagree with the RAM upgrade.

The i5 2500k will overclock just as much on cheapo DDR3 1333 RAM as it will on DDR3 2300+ super premium RAM. In my opinion DDR3 1600 RAM @ 1.5v is the sweet spot for buying RAM. I can guarantee you will not notice the slightest difference in performance.

On the case, if your set the on the Antec 900, might as well get the newer version:

Antec Nine Hundred Two V3 Black
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811129097

You might want to take a look at the Corsair Carbide Series 400R, it is much newer, and has USB 3.0 in the front (also cheaper): $90 after MIR

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811139008
Edited by cory1234 - 10/9/11 at 7:45pm
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Originally Posted by cory1234 View Post

The i5 2500k will overclock just as much on cheapo DDR3 1333 RAM as it will on DDR3 2300+ super premium RAM. In my opinion DDR3 1600 RAM @ 1.5v is the sweet spot for buying RAM. I can guarantee you will not notice the slightest difference in performance.

The ram was not a case of easier OC'in of the CPU it is purely performance and with DDR3 being so insanely cheap buy it. I was informed by these PPL when i asked this question
http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...s-latency.html

***DO NOT GET A Antec 900 V1 - outdated and not a good case anymore, With the same money you can get a much better quality case for Lian Li!

This case looks awesome and is quality built
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16811112239

but case is purely taste, and if you dont like the lian li thats fine just find something besides a 900, ugh i hated mine -> then i went to a CM HAF932 and that was beast and now i have a NZXT phantom and i LOVE IT O.O!
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post #27 of 46
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Originally Posted by Goobus88 View Post


Cooling: Noctua D-14
Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1833
D14 + vengeance might not fit properly depending on the case. Make sure you have enough clearance. Also high priced RAM is not going to perform that much better than cheaper RAM at the same frequency. OCing RAM doesn't really give you a lot more speed so starting with higher frequency is a good idea. Go with low profile high Mhz cheap stuff like Gskills and you'll save some money.
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So I checked out some stores in Hong Kong today. It seems that most stores are completely sold out on the MSI TFII GTX580, but there are still some ASUS GTX580s available (selling at ~$520). I think I'll go with the ASUS GTX580 CUII instead, and a Coolermaster HAF 912 case. After reading some reviews, I'm thinking of switching to the OCZ V3 120G SSD too, and going for the newer ASUS Z68 mobos, which are apparently much better than the P67 boards.

I've also decided to go liquid cooling after all, since I'm going for a smaller case I want installation to be easier.

So, my newest list is:

CPU: i5-2500k
Motherboard: ASUS P8Z68-V
GPU: ASUS DCII GTX580 1536MB
PSU: Corsair TX850 V2 850W PSU
SSD: OCZ Vertex-3 120GB SSD
HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB 7200rpm
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1600 (1.5v)
Case: Cooler Master HAF912 Case
Cooling: Corsair H80/Kuhler 920


This comes out to probably $1650-1700. Will order this week, parts should arrive next week! Then I'll be on here a lot asking for help on assembly Looking forward to it. Thanks so much guys. I'll upload some pictures/screenshots once I'm done!

EDIT: If anyone has some super major concerns they can't get off their chest (i.e. "I really do not recommend that motherboard" or "you really don't need 850W"), please tell me right away!

Edited by Goobus88 - 10/10/11 at 9:43am
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Oh you got to be kidding me... Is there a moron on every single forum that hates AMD and wants with all their heart for AMD to fail? Unless you can provide any evidence why to go Intel I'll listen, oh right there aren't any. So for the time being shut your mouth and embrace the future.

If AMD fails with their Bulldozer chips, fine then you can open fire and flame me all you want and I'll go Intel as well. But if AMD succeeds in creating a competitive product and manages to beat an i7 2600K then I'll flame you for a change and stick with AMD.
No offense but with posts like this you are not really encouraging anyone to consider AMD for future builds, you are encouraging them to ignore you due to blatant fanboyism.
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Originally Posted by Goobus88 View Post
So I checked out some stores in Hong Kong today. It seems that most stores are completely sold out on the MSI TFII GTX580, but there are still some ASUS GTX580s available (selling at ~$520). I think I'll go with the ASUS GTX580 CUII instead, and a Coolermaster HAF 912 case. After reading some reviews, I'm thinking of switching to the OCZ V3 120G SSD too, and going for the newer ASUS Z68 mobos, which are apparently much better than the P67 boards.

I've also decided to go liquid cooling after all, since I'm going for a smaller case I want installation to be easier.

So, my newest list is:

CPU: i5-2500k
Motherboard: ASUS P8Z68-V
GPU: ASUS DCII GTX580 1536MB
PSU: Corsair TX850 V2 850W PSU
SSD: OCZ Vertex-3 120GB SSD
HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB 7200rpm
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 1600 (1.5v)
Case: Cooler Master HAF912 Case
Cooling: Corsair H80/Kuhler 920


This comes out to probably $1650-1700. Will order this week, parts should arrive next week! Then I'll be on here a lot asking for help on assembly Looking forward to it. Thanks so much guys. I'll upload some pictures/screenshots once I'm done!

EDIT: If anyone has some super major concerns they can't get off their chest (i.e. "I really do not recommend that motherboard" or "you really don't need 850W"), please tell me right away!

OCZ Vertex-3 120GB SSD. The Crucial M4 is faster so get the 128gb M4
I have the ASUS 580 DCII, i really like it but if you want you can spend a little bit more for a super powerful 580 the Matrix.

Z67 and P67 boards dont have much difference, other than a few more features for SSD's which are not worth switching for




And again Dont get that PSU!, get one that is 750W at the most you are overpaying for something you do not! need

Get a DH14 versus a H100, the H100 is about 120$ and the noctua is around 70$ and you will not see that much massive decrase in Load temps, watercooling is better but it not amazing it just insures more stable in the temp range.
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