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post #1 of 46
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So I please you all to help me make a gaming rig,for best performance and etc.
Budget i can spend to rig not more than 3000-3500USD.
Include only pc no monitors mouse keyboards etc.
I've already chosen graphics card ( 2x gtx 580) ,I think it's best for price and performance.If you think different post it and say why.
Btw,what's different with 64bit and 32bit OS?
P.S. Going buy razer black window keyboard too.Do you think it's good keyboard?
P.S.S. Also if you can include best manufacturers for that things.

Thanks all .
post #2 of 46
64-Bit OS allows your processor to perform a bit better in certain things, and you can use more than 4GB of RAM. 32-Bit can't use more than 4GB, so that is a reason right there to go for 64bit.
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thats a big budget. but with that budget with all the reading ive done to build mt budget system id wait for ib rather then getting a sb right now
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post #4 of 46
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Originally Posted by FatalaS View Post
So I please you all to help me make a gaming rig,for best performance and etc.
Budget i can spend to rig not more than 3000-3500USD.
Include only pc no monitors mouse keyboards etc.
I've already chosen graphics card ( 2x gtx 580) ,I think it's best for price and performance.If you think different post it and say why.
Btw,what's different with 64bit and 32bit OS?
P.S. Going buy razer black window keyboard too.Do you think it's good keyboard?
P.S.S. Also if you can include best manufacturers for that things.

Thanks all .
You can make a really awesome gaming pc without even touching that $3000 dollar range. Are you in the U.S? If so Newegg would be a good place to start building
    
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post #5 of 46
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Originally Posted by gabead View Post
You can make a really awesome gaming pc without even touching that $3000 dollar range. Are you in the U.S? If so Newegg would be a good place to start building
Nope.I'm Lithuanian.
By the way,all others who 'll post all hardware ,please add even cases,coolers etc.From begging to end.(No monitors mouses keyboards).Just PC.
post #6 of 46
Okay let me start with basics(:
Intel 2500k/2600k work around that processor.
Get 8 gb of ram
A good 750 watt maybe even 1000 watt psu
Do u need a monitor?
P67 mobo.
Get a crucial m4 for SSD (OS)
Samsung F3 for HDD
64 bit Win Pro/HE
MegaEdit: case i your choice you choose get a H100 for cooling anything else?
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775 HP
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Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E6700 @3.20GHz HP p750f Intergraded 4 GB DDR3 
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Hitachi HD725032GLA360 Windows 7 64 bit Element 40' Dell Stock 
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post #7 of 46
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Narwhal_Revenge View Post
Okay let me start with basics(:
Intel 2500k/2600k work around that processor.
Get 8 gb of ram
A good 750 watt maybe even 1000 watt psu
Do u need a monitor?
P67 mobo.
Get a crucial m4 for SSD (OS)
Samsung F3 for HDD
64 bit Win Pro/HE
MegaEdit: case i your choice you choose get a H100 for cooling anything else?
I think COOLER MASTER HAF 922 is good case.
post #8 of 46
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Originally Posted by FatalaS View Post
I think COOLER MASTER HAF 922 is good case.
Amazing case!
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Hitachi HD725032GLA360 Windows 7 64 bit Element 40' Dell Stock 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
Stock HP stock Microsoft 3.0 TV 
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Gaming Rig
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775 HP
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU E6700 @3.20GHz HP p750f Intergraded 4 GB DDR3 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Hitachi HD725032GLA360 Windows 7 64 bit Element 40' Dell Stock 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
Stock HP stock Microsoft 3.0 TV 
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post #9 of 46
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Cooler Master HAF X is much better than COOLER MASTER HAF 922?
post #10 of 46
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Originally Posted by FatalaS View Post
Cooler Master HAF X is much better than COOLER MASTER HAF 922?
Not sure you should look up reveiws(:
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Hitachi HD725032GLA360 Windows 7 64 bit Element 40' Dell Stock 
PowerCaseMouseAudio
Stock HP stock Microsoft 3.0 TV 
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Gaming Rig
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775 HP
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Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Hitachi HD725032GLA360 Windows 7 64 bit Element 40' Dell Stock 
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