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3.5 grand and no 590's what is this?
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post #32 of 46
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It's big different trough 2.5 SSDs and 3.5 SSDs?
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Just copy my sig rig
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Originally Posted by FatalaS View Post
Everything almost perfect ,but i'll something change.
Case should be HAF X looks better.
And why do i need this SSD? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227646
I think SSD max should be 32-64GB for windows/system files. And HDD 1TB for games/programs.
Or i should buy SSD 900GB and no HDD?


"The fastest SSD we've ever tested - Anandtech"


I would stick with the level 10, if there is one thing BMW designworks knows its how to design a good looking case.
Edited by teeter - 11/7/11 at 2:25am
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Originally Posted by FatalaS View Post
Everything almost perfect ,but i'll something change.
Case should be HAF X looks better.
And why do i need this SSD? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227646
I think SSD max should be 32-64GB for windows/system files. And HDD 1TB for games/programs.
Or i should buy SSD 900GB and no HDD?
900Gb SSDs costs tens of othousands of dollars. My suggestion: get a 200Gb M4 and hold out till HDD prices lower. You can get a 128Gb M4 for the same price of a WD 1Tb at this point of time. There's absolutely no need for that SSD, it just takes up a PCI-e slot and is meant for more professional users. Get a M4, it is perfect for your needs and more.

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3.5 grand and no 590's what is this?
A 590 only makes sense for well..... a 2000-2500 build & you wanna save some PCI slots? even so, there's the more powerful/noisier 6990. For a 3000/3500 build, he can go with 2 GTX 580 3Gb SLI, which is alot more powerful than a 590, has better temps and maybe less noise depending on the coolers. Sure, you can go quad SLI, but with the drivers being as bad as they are for Quad CFX/SLI, Tri-Sli is the most I will go.

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It's big different trough 2.5 SSDs and 3.5 SSDs?
Nothing. Not even sure if there are 3.5 inch SSDs tbh. Just get the M4, no need to do anymore research on other SSDs. Just decide on the size you want.
    
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post #36 of 46
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What do you think about this SSD?
http://www.kilobaitas.lt/SSD_2,5_%28..._621&ID=351256

And about this RAM (Or i should take less?Money isn't problem)
http://www.kilobaitas.lt/Ivairus/Cor..._613&ID=364661
And why these costs about same and 're less ram?
http://www.kilobaitas.lt/DDR3/Corsai..._426&ID=395380

Hmch ram i should take everyone suggesting 8GB RAM.But 'll that be nuff?
Btw why these costs 400USD (12gb ram)
http://www.kilobaitas.lt/Ivairus/Cor..._613&ID=364624
Edited by FatalaS - 11/7/11 at 2:53am
post #37 of 46
Seeing as you have quite a large budget I would go for a larger SSD, maybe a 256GB M4? This should serve your needs well, also with the large budget maybe get something like a 1TB WD Black once the prices come down, this will be a quicker drive than the WD Green and I believe faster than the majority of hard drives on the market (can someone correct me if I am wrong).

By getting a larger SSD you will be able to put games and programs on there aswell as the OS, it would also leave a bit of space for files that you could use until hard drive prices go back down.

I would reccomend going for a Corsair AX/HX series power supply, probably around 800-1000 watt depending on any future upgrade plans you might have.
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post #38 of 46
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Still need answer about ram.
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It's big difference between 2000mhz and 1600mhz RAM's?
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It's big difference between 2000mhz and 1600mhz RAM's?
Not in real world applications in BM yes there is but not in gaming.
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