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post #21 of 32
You will take amd cpu then take amd 6950 and you will have AMD gaming machine
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Intel i5 2500k ASUS P8P67 EVO B3 GAINWARD Nvidia GTX 560 TI 1GB Dual channel 4GB 1600mhz 
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320GB SEAGATE 7200.12 16MB Samsung SH-S223B DVDRW+/-DL (Sata 22x, Black) Windows 7 64bit Samsung S27A950 27" 3D LED Monitor 
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
320GB SEAGATE 7200.12 16MB Samsung SH-S223B DVDRW+/-DL (Sata 22x, Black) Windows 7 64bit Samsung S27A950 27" 3D LED Monitor 
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logitech g110 Corsair 650W Modular Corsair G9x silver color 5600Dpi 
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post #22 of 32
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Okay, hmmm, will i take ryanbob1234´s parts or AMDrocks parts o.o?
post #23 of 32
AMD phenom II X6 1100T is not future proof.
I have the 1055T-not black edition. And its no fast---Its just unstoppable.
sandybridges perform a lot better in benchmarks they appear upto 50% faster than phenoms in terms of FPS.
sandy bridges, though a little costlier would make a good investment.
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Phenom II X6 1055T MSI 890GXM-G65 radeon hd 4650 Corsair XMS3 2X 2GB 
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Seagate BARRACUDA 1 TB (ST31000528AS) HP dvd1135 + Sony DVD RW\RAM Win 7 ULTIMATE 64 bit cooler master eXtreme Power Plus 600W 
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cooler master elite 310 
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Phenom II X6 1055T MSI 890GXM-G65 radeon hd 4650 Corsair XMS3 2X 2GB 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSPower
Seagate BARRACUDA 1 TB (ST31000528AS) HP dvd1135 + Sony DVD RW\RAM Win 7 ULTIMATE 64 bit cooler master eXtreme Power Plus 600W 
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cooler master elite 310 
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post #24 of 32
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And how much the shipping costs to Estonia (use wikipedia if u dont know where it is)?
post #25 of 32
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Shipping Restrictions: Additional fees may apply for shipments to APO/FPO, AK, HI and PR.
Could some1 explain me that?

Ty!
post #26 of 32
All of the suggestions are going to give you a really fast PC for the money.
Once you have chosen the spec of the machine and priced up the parts you should ask your local PC shop (that probably builds to spec) how much they charge to assemble the rig. A warranty goes a long way when you have shelled out $1500 on parts.

If you are not worried about a warranty then you probably have the experience to build it yourself. In which case, you would not be asking others to suggest the spec of your new pc.

Most PC enthusiasts have Intel/AMD preferences, ATI/Nvidia issues and different ideas about which components go together well to reduce bottlenecking, on FSB's or Ram etc.

If you read the latest reviews of products and choose the mid priced items you can guarantee they will be good for about a year maybe two. The top end items will be good for about three years depending on advances in each area.

If you still cannot decide which components to match together for your budget you may opt for a ready built system with a warranty. I have found the gaming rigs on the market currently are easily capable of running the most upto date titles. You can even buy overclocked towers with basic liquid cooling and decent GPU's under warranty. This was not the case 5 years ago for example.

Obviously building your own dream machine is why most people are members of this site and we all like to squeeze the most flops out of our rigs, but I have built a few, bought a few and upgraded all of them, so Even if you don't have a headache choosing the components now, on your initial build you will def get one when you have the upgrade issues a year down the line and the latest tech is not supported by your ATX board.

Take the plunge and build something, even if you are not sure about how it may be criticised by your peers. At the end of the day when you power it up and run your first game with the GPU whirring, overclocked and the fans or cooler rad contributing to global warming, its out of date.
    
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Intel Core i7 960  MSI X58A NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 
RAMRAMRAMRAM
Samsung  Samsung  Samsung  Samsung  
RAMRAMHard DriveOptical Drive
Samsung  Samsung  C300 47.91 GB SSD (System) and MARVELL 2x1TB Ra... LG Blu ray Burner 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
Coolit eco Windows 7 Ultimate  LG W2363D (3 in SLI) Logitech G510 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Revolution 85+ Thermaltake V 'Black Edition' Logitech G9x  ROCCAT  
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SoundBlaster X-fi titanium Fatal1ty Cyborg X Roccat USB hub Microsoft X-box wireless controller 
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post #27 of 32
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I really need help with shipping. I need to know how much it is going to cost me.
post #28 of 32
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Any1?
post #29 of 32
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I read some things on newegg and found out that there is no international shipping o.o, is that true?
Edited by complainer - 11/6/11 at 7:19am
post #30 of 32
email them im sure they could tell you.
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