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I am getting my birthday money early this year and I thought I would celebrate it with a new build biggrin.gif

I am going to sell my sig rig (excluding monitor, keyboard, mouse and 500GB WD Blue) and I should hopefully have a total of £1,300. This is what I have put together so far and I want to know if this will be worth the money.

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This is going to be primarily for gaming (I want to max out most games and I will be running games at 1920x1080 biggrin.gif ) and I plan to OC to 4.5 GHz. The reason why I don't have a monitor, keyboard, mouse and copy of Windows in there is because I already got

It will only be 2-3 weeks before I can order the parts because I don't have the money now and I still have to sell my sig rig tongue.gif

Update 1: I had a look on here and it said 650W won't be enough so I changed the Corsair TX650M to a TX750M and it has added another £13 to give a new total of £1302.34

Update 2: Might add another 64GB Crucial M4 and RAID0 them making a new total of £1377.01 if I decide to get another one.
Edited by andrews2547 - 2/29/12 at 12:59pm
    
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  • I'm no SSD expert, but the Corsair Force 3 60GB seems like a better choice to me. Sure its 4GB less, but its also £3 less and the theoretical write speed is 395 MB/s more.
  • No warranty on OEM drives, usually. It's worth clearing it up before purchasing, unless you're not bothered about warranty.
  • Its probably not the best time to spend £517 on graphics cards when Kepler is already in production. I'd say the same regarding Ivy Bridge, but it has been delayed apparently.
  • 16GB RAM? Really?! tongue.gif Save your money and get an 8GB kit @ £39.74 mate.
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I agree with 8gb suggestion above. I never use even close to 16gb in my system when I game, I just have it because I'm OCD about filling all my DIM slots rolleyes.gif. Also, what's the "VAT"?
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Just going to point it out: the GTX570 is worth more like £250... Check out this site: http://www.novatech.co.uk/ As you're in the UK I can finally suggest it to someone!

EDIT: Novatech are stocking the OCZ agility 3 60GB drive for £60. thumb.gif 525 Read 475 write...

Second Edit: Ohhhh... SLI 570's... But why not wait and get a 590 when the prices fall for kelper?
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^^ Government tax,, Value Added Tax (VAT)
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Originally Posted by jackofhearts495 View Post

Also, what's the "VAT"?
Value Added Tax:
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is a tax that's charged on most business transactions in the UK. Businesses add VAT to the price they charge when they provide goods and services to:
business customers - for example a clothing manufacturer adds VAT to the prices they charge a clothes shop
non-business customers - members of the public or 'consumers' - for example a hairdressing salon includes VAT in the prices they charge members of the public
And its 20% of the original price. *censored* rip-off! mad.gif
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Update: I had a look on here and it said 650W won't be enough so I changed the Corsair TX650M to a TX750M and it has added another £13 to give a new total of £1302.34
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  • I'm no SSD expert, but the Corsair Force 3 60GB seems like a better choice to me. Sure its 4GB less, but its also £3 less and the theoretical write speed is 395 MB/s more.
  • No warranty on OEM drives, usually. It's worth clearing it up before purchasing, unless you're not bothered about warranty.
  • Its probably not the best time to spend £517 on graphics cards when Kepler is already in production. I'd say the same regarding Ivy Bridge, but it has been delayed apparently.
  • 16GB RAM? Really?! tongue.gif Save your money and get an 8GB kit @ £39.74 mate.

I have been looking at reviews for the Corsair Force 3 and it doesn't look like it's very reliable tongue.gif and I heard IB and Kepler has been delayed until Q3 this year. I'll see how things are when I get the money tongue.gif I can wait a couple of weeks without my sig rig if I manage to sell it.
Yes really tongue.gif I want 16GB RAM because I run VMs as well wheee.gif But I chose 16GB mainly because I can laugher.gif I don't partically care about warranties either tongue.gif I void them usually within 3 weeks of getting it laugher.gif

Thanks for the suggestions anyway.
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I agree with 8gb suggestion above. I never use even close to 16gb in my system when I game, I just have it because I'm OCD about filling all my DIM slots rolleyes.gif. Also, what's the "VAT"?
And this is one of the reasons I am going to get 16GB laugher.gif and VAT is Value Added Tax.
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Originally Posted by Warweo View Post

Just going to point it out: the GTX570 is worth more like £250... Check out this site: http://www.novatech.co.uk/ As you're in the UK I can finally suggest it to someone!
EDIT: Novatech are stocking the OCZ agility 3 60GB drive for £60. thumb.gif 525 Read 475 write...

The GTX 570s I chose are £258 each tongue.gif It's £517 for 2 tongue.gif

Thanks for the website suggestion. I'll have a look at that to see if I can get the components at a lower cost.

EDIT: @Warweo I just had a look at that website and the components + next day delivery is £1317.84 and on Scan it's £1,302.34

I also just saw your edit "Ohhhh... SLI 570's... But why not wait and get a 590 when the prices fall for kelper?" It's quite hard to find a 590 as it is tongue.gif I suspect once Kelper is released it's going to be harder to find + with my current build I didn't have a graphics card for 3 months and I was running on integrated. It sucked lol I would rather just get a couple of 570s straight away instead of waiting a few weeks tongue.gif

I am very impatient so I can't wait tongue.gif
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I'd recommend waiting for Ivy Bridge and the new Nvidia cards, especially on a high end build. If you were just doing a small upgrade I'd say go for it, but for a totally brand new rig it seems stupid to buy those components now.

I'd also recommend going for a 120GB SSD, change to a cheaper cooler and perhaps pick up a higher end case. I also don't really see the point in 16GB ram, I'd be impressed if you could use 8GB.
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Quality PSU $100 / 62.79 GBP

I think the Video card is definitely overkill, you could do better Price vs Performance value wise.

You should NOT settle for a 64 GB SSD, go with a 120 GB, for sure!

I say this because I have a 64 GB drive, it's NOT enough room once you install a few games, not even.
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I'd recommend waiting for Ivy Bridge and the new Nvidia cards, especially on a high end build. If you were just doing a small upgrade I'd say go for it, but for a totally brand new rig it seems stupid to buy those components now.
I'd also recommend going for a 120GB SSD, change to a cheaper cooler and perhaps pick up a higher end case. I also don't really see the point in 16GB ram, I'd be impressed if you could use 8GB.

I read IB and Kepler are only going to be released late Q2 - early Q4 and IMO that is too far away + I can sell what I am planning on getting at profit and start on a IB + Kepler build biggrin.gif

I am chose a 64GB SSD instead of 120 GB because I am planning on using it to dual boot Windows and Ubuntu and only install things like MS Office and the programs I use most often. I want to use the 1TB for things like gaming and the 500GB (which I already have and I am using as) a media drive and for recording games. I will conciser getting a 120 GB or another 64 GB and then RAID0 them.
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Quality PSU $100 / 62.79 GBP
I think the Video card is definitely overkill, you could do better Price vs Performance value wise.
You should NOT settle for a 64 GB SSD, go with a 120 GB, for sure!
I say this because I have a 64 GB drive, it's NOT enough room once you install a few games, not even.

I couldn't find that PSU on the website I am going to buy from but thanks for the suggestion.
The reason why I want 2 GTX 570s is because I want to max out most games out there and still get 60+ FPS at 1920x1080 tongue.gif + I always wanted two reasonable high-end GPUs biggrin.gif
    
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