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:thinking.gif: Truthfully..Zosma loads Chrome much faster than Sandy Bridge..Windows apps work much faster too

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Another option is to go i3 2105 + z68 mobo + small ssd for rst, my pic would be patriot pyro 32gb. I wouldnt recommend the 2100 because intel hd 2000 might get snaged on steaming and editing and stuff but the 2105's 3000 should do fine, and rst would seem to fit this build perfectly. I would pair it with a seagate barrcudda st1000dm003 witch is fast for harddrive. That would make one zippy general propose build
 
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The best rig for $1000 is going to be a gaming computer or a video editing machine. You could get a way overkill "general purpose" computer for $500. Like he said, you are blowing money into the wind if you don't plan on gaming.

This is an enthusiast site. Have you seen the water cooler club. Theres also alot of systems here with 3 high end GPUS, and Intel 990x CPUS with people that dont game either. There's nothing wrong with owning a nice PC if you have the funds. I think the OP sould go 2600k IMO

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This is an enthusiast site. Have you seen the water cooler club. Theres also alot of systems here with 3 high end GPUS, and Intel 990x CPUS with people that dont game either. There's nothing wrong with owning a nice PC if you have the funds.I think the OP sould go 2600k IMO
I have a High end PC (with a $800 monitor) , Xbox, PS3 and 2 55 in tvs and rarely ever game, (Mostly becuase Im working to pay for the stuff). It's a hobby for me. Each to his own right.

First off. If everyone on this site jumped off a bridge would you follow suit?


Now that that is out of the way. The people with the highend set up and multi GPU's and don't game do use them to their fullest extent. Folding@home or BOINC. No there is nothing wrong with having a nice PC. I own two! However Both of them are ran though the ringer on an almost daily basis. Same thing as those suburban type's that have some massive 4x4 truck/SUV or a hummer to drive to an office job.....Who want's to be "that" guy lol.
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This is an enthusiast site. Have you seen the water cooler club. Theres also alot of systems here with 3 high end GPUS, and Intel 990x CPUS with people that dont game either. There's nothing wrong with owning a nice PC if you have the funds. I think the OP sould go 2600k IMO
I have a High end PC (with a $800 monitor) , Xbox, PS3 and 2 55 in tvs and rarely ever game, (Mostly becuase Im working to pay for the stuff). It's a hobby for me. Each to his own right.

enthusiast site or not. Everyone on here doesn't have super high end machines. There are plenty of people sporting Athlon II X2's and such low end processors.

The OP asked for a "general purpose" build and suggesting he get a 7950/70 and an i7-2600K is far from general purpose and not good suggestions for what he is asking. If he wants a rig to just be a high end rig then go ahead and spend the money on an i5/i7.

If I was a complete noob and asked for the best budget air cooler, and I had a $200 budget would you tell me to buy a Rasa RX360 kit? I sure hope not.
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First off. If everyone on this site jumped off a bridge would you follow suit?
Now that that is out of the way. The people with the highend set up and multi GPU's and don't game do use them to their fullest extent. Folding@home or BOINC. No there is nothing wrong with having a nice PC. I own two! However Both of them are ran though the ringer on an almost daily basis. Same thing as those suburban type's that have some massive 4x4 truck/SUV or a hummer to drive to an office job.....Who want's to be "that" guy lol.


First off, NO, but might push you off one if you mis quote me again . JK smile.gif

I have a mutli GPU 7970 setup and I dont game very much that was my point. And I also FOLD, So why are YOU quoting me and then saying things that would suggest I dont agree with High end systems and your're defending enthusiasts to me when I am one so Im very confused by your post. Did you even take the time to look at my profile before you cam to this odd opinion. Ps Im also building 2 other systems now for folding and fun both of which ill never use much
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First off, NO, but might push you off one if you mis quote me again . JK smile.gif
I have a mutli GPU 7970 setup and I dont game very much that was my point. And I also FOLD, So why are YOU quoting me and then saying things that would suggest I dont agree with High end systems and your're defending enthusiasts to me when I am one so Im very confused by your post. Did you even take the time to look at y profile before you cam to this odd opinion

Dude, First chill, second re read my post. I'm saying that those people who have high end powerfull rigs use them(your self included not that it even matter's what rig you have). Suggesting an "enthusiast" grade PC to some one who dose not need such power is silly. That is what I was saying.
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Dude, First chill, second re read my post. I'm saying that those people who have high end powerfull rigs use them(your self included not that it even matter's what rig you have). Suggesting an "enthusiast" grade PC to some one who dose not need such power is silly. That is what I was saying.

Sorry, my bad boss. I worked all night at Casino and have been taking care of my baby girl all day so my tires eyes may have read that wrong. It was the bridge comment that threw me off. I was commenting on someone who is a member of an enthusiast site ad tellng people to buy lesser systems

But Back to the OP, If he said he wanted to spend $1000. So the members here are trying to get him the BEST for his $$$$ . and for $1000 theres nothing in the rig he's not going to use even if he doesnt know it. A high end GPU can be used for Folding and higher speed in applictions with CUDA and Eyespeed.
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@bravo well i agree there is something about that new gpu or motherboard that makes leap for joy, this guy seems to want a zippy fast diy non-gaming solution and i dont think a 2600k is really a good buy for that. If i told you you could spend $1000 or you could spend $500 and not know the differnce wouldn't you go for the $500? I would, for me my pc hobby is more the tweeking and testing and trying new stuff, and i dont need a $1000 tricked out 2600k rig to do that.
 
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@bravo well i agree there is something about that new gpu or motherboard that makes leap for joy, this guy seems to want a zippy fast diy non-gaming solution and i dont think a 2600k is really a good buy for that. If i told you you could spend $1000 or you could spend $500 and not know the differnce wouldn't you go for the $500? I would, for me my pc hobby is more the tweeking and testing and trying new stuff, and i dont need a $1000 tricked out 2600k rig to do that.

well said when you put it that way it makes sense. I would go for the $500 in tha case. So I can't speak for the OP but for my hobby I always try for the best parts I can afford for better benching.
 
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