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post #32 of 41
Oh and yes, drop the 6970 to a 6950. You won't notice the difference unless you're doing benchmarks..
With that spare money get the 16GB ram kit wink.gif

Also you do know you have to order first (like you would normally) just select instore pickup at the checkout! thumb.gif
 
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post #33 of 41
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Originally Posted by omega17 View Post

The Extreme won't fit in my case frown.gif And I've already got a lot of the components, only needed mobo, RAM, CPU. And I wanted it all today biggrin.gif Yours is a very nice build though yessir.gif
Also, 282

Lol @ pic. I was trying to keep under $2k. Video editing > gaming.

Also I went for the 16gb. What's $60 in $2300...( axesmiley.png )
 
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post #34 of 41
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Lol @ pic. I was trying to keep under $2k. Video editing > gaming.
Also I went for the 16gb. What's $60 in $2300...( axesmiley.png )

So what's your updated list? thumb.gif
 
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post #35 of 41
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Originally Posted by Matt-Matt View Post

PC Case Gear don't do cheaper shipping.. The strange thing i found that to my postcode 7310 it's alot more then to say another town/city nearby.. I.E 7301. Is ALOT cheaper D:
As for the SSD go for the regular Vertex 3, and for the case why do you have the nVidia one? I'd just go with the regluar.. especially seeing as you have a AMD card :Confused:
Or if you have $50 to spare go for the Crucial M4! thumb.gif
You'll also want a 16GB kit, so you can run Quad Channel (increased performance overall?) Again, that's only another $40 or so..
Other then that it looks great!
Oh and get a H100 for a bit more if you can get it, it's a fair bit better and only costs like $30 more..
Yes i know! It kills my wallet too! Being in Tasmania you'd think would be worse.. But there's actually a good local PC shop. Except he doesn't stock Coolermaster stuff (my personal favorite)

Agreed - go with a 16GB kit (4 x 4GB) to take advantage of Quad channel. As much as you are investing in this system it is the right thing to do
post #36 of 41
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Updated build list. Changed 8gb RAM to 16gb RAM.
 
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post #37 of 41
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Updated build list. Changed 8gb RAM to 16gb RAM.

Do you wanna change it in your first post? thumb.gif

Oh right, so you've only changed the ram so far? What speed are you getting now? The same?
 
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Nice build.
 
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post #39 of 41
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Do you wanna change it in your first post? thumb.gif
Oh right, so you've only changed the ram so far? What speed are you getting now? The same?

1866mhz. Same as before just 2 more sticks. Timings are 9-10-9-28 (not sure what they mean however)

Edit Just added the h100. Apparently it fits smile.gif.
Edited by samywamy10 - 1/27/12 at 5:08pm
 
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Originally Posted by samywamy10 View Post

1866mhz. Same as before just 2 more sticks. Timings are 9-10-9-28 (not sure what they mean however)
Edit Just added the h100. Apparently it fits smile.gif.

Nice!
Timings is the timing between responses from the memory, the "Tighter" the times (the lower the numbers) the better as it has a faster response time.
You may be better off with 1600mhz memory? thumb.gif
 
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