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Originally Posted by Darragh View Post
I need it assembled, i know building it would be cheaper but im useless with these kind of things. Could u tell me if these specs have a decent Wireless for desktop option chosen and if the power wattage is enough to run these specs? Processor CPU: Intel i7 2600 3.40 4 Cores
CPU Cooling: Intel i7 Standard Cooling
Memory: 8GB Viper 1600Mhz Extreme
Motherboard: AsusP8H67-M Pro M-ATX
Sound Card: 8 Chanel OnBoard Sound
Hard Disk 1: 1 Terabyte 3.5" HDD
Hard Disk 2: Optional Extra
Optical Drive 1: Sony 24X DVD Rewriter
Optical Drive 2: Optional Extra
Video Card 1 Main: Nvidia GeForce 1.28GB GTX570
Video Card 2: Optional SLI / Crossfire Configuration
TV Card: Optional Extra
Wireless: Edimax 300 MBPS PCI-e Internal Wifi
Power Supply: Antec Gamer 620 Watt Power
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit
Office Software: Open Office Suite PreInstalled
AntiVirus Software: AVG AntiVirus Free Edition
Keyboard & Mouse: Premium Keyboard & Mouse
Monitor Display: 22" Widescreen with HDMI
Warranty Period: 2 Year Return to Base Warranty



Thank u!

Don't buy that, you're trashing money...
I'll make a short list with good components available at that shop and you call them and order them as a system..
The custom systems they have listed are **** for the money
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Originally Posted by Unoriginal Sin View Post

Don't buy that, you're trashing money...
I'll make a short list with good components available at that shop and you call them and order them as a system..
The custom systems they have listed are **** for the money
Thank u
^_^
post #13 of 13
Man that site is a nightmare..

CPU: I5 2500K(it's not listed but I'm sure they have it and if they don't then ask for a different I5 from the 2300/2310/2320/2400/2500, the best they have), no point in getting a 2600/2600K for gaming, it performs similar to the I5 in anything except heavily multi-threaded workloads(rendering for example).
MoBo: AsRock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3, solid board at a decent price.
PSU: Seasonic X 560, high end unit, it doesn't get better than this atm.
Memory: G.Skill RipjawsX 8Gb 1600Mhz, good value.
VGA: Asus GTX 570 DCII, one of the best implementations on the market, couldn't find a GTX 580 but if they have it go for that.
Case: Antec Solo II, latest Antec offering, excellent design, pretty silent.
Monitor: ASUS PA238Q 23", the only IPS monitor I could find in the shop, have personal experience with it .. a positive one
Wireless card, cheap, solid PCIe solution.

Get whatever keyboard/mouse/speakers you like.. same goes for the ODD and OS(w/e flavor of Win7 you need)
As for the HDDs, get the least you can cope with for a few months, the prices went nuts in EU since the Thai floods and they'll prolly stay there til late February/early March.. if you don't need much storage you should go for an SSD now and add HDDs if and when you need them.. an Intel510 120Gb or an Intel320 120/180Gb would do very well.
Edited by Original Sin - 11/6/11 at 10:15am
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