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post #11 of 21
agree with havo 16gb is overkill despite what people say, 8gb is plenty and with the money saved get a better gpu and psu...if its gaming your after its alll about the psu and gpu. 8120 is a much better option as they are unlocked cpus so you can overclock to 8150 clock speeds...
Im using the 990fx-ud7 board from gigabyte and its awesome so the ud7 or ud3 would be a bbetter option ...
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Runs cooler??? LoL what cpu cooler are you running my 8150 doesnt break 45 degrees off a $39 cpu cooler whilst playing bf3 at ultra....(yes its not cpu heavy but as a gamer this is the only thing i do) Whilst my friends i7-2700k clocks on average 80-90 degrees with his 80$ cpu cooler...i tend to think thatsa once off and not a everyone gets hot fx-8150s scenario

Wow how overclocked is your friends 2700K? 80-90C is ridiculous. My old Hyper 212 kept my 1090T at 26C idle and 44C(Intel Burn Test) load. Now with my Thermaltake Frio, I idle at 18C and load(Intel Burn Test) at 32.
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You say you have a FRIO, yet your sig rig AND signature say you use a Hyper 212 O___O
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Haven't changed my sig rig yet...
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really... wheee.gif
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Wow how overclocked is your friends 2700K? 80-90C is ridiculous. My old Hyper 212 kept my 1090T at 26C idle and 44C(Intel Burn Test) load. Now with my Thermaltake Frio, I idle at 18C and load(Intel Burn Test) at 32.

its not and thats why i was like what the fudgeballs...but in any case man hard to say AMD run hot when theres so many factors that manage heat ie case, cooling, fans etc. ive got tests that show AMD running no problems as ive run burn in tests on mine and nothing over 45 degrees...and we all know as long as cpus dont creep above 60 its happy days!
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There is obviously something wrong with that guys 2700K, sandy bridge does run cooler than Bulldozer (Intel has spent more time refining it, and always strive for the lowest heat)

Maybe he is using crap TiM, or has a bad mount? Or maybe he lives in the middle of the Sahara Desert tongue.gif
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CPU : Personally id change down to a FX-8120 the benefits of a 8150 are small and you probably won't notice.

Memory : 16Gb of ram ? It's upto you, if i was rebuilding again i would go for 16Gb's as i do a lot of rendering. However 8Gb's is fine. 1600 - 1866Mhz either is good ( little difference )

PSU : The FX cpus are power hungry under heavy load, add to the fact that down the road you may get a better graphics card, id get a better PSU of 650w at least if not higher 700w. Make sure it is 80+ certified if not better as you want optimum power under load not idle. So 500w 80% eff = 400w hence 650-700w 80% eff = 520-560w real power.

Cooling : If you do go for FX cpu then you will need to keep it cool as SOME can run rather hot under load.

Motherboard : Look around and see what other boards are available for price range or slightly above, as it's the most important part of your build id be defo sure i get the one that is most suited and reliable.

GPU : The 560Ti is still a good card, but if you can get better then do. The 7800 series offer good performance for power/price, or go Nvidia as good as you can afford.

SSD : Ive had many and always found 64Gb is never enough, if you can get a 90 or 120-128Gb one while prices are good !


Anyways , the only two things i wouldn't skimp on are PSU & Motherboard as i see these as the most critical parts to any build. Just my 2cents.gif
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Hey guys, just about to pull the trigger on this build and would appreciate a real quick review!

Purpose: Heavy application/gaming rig.

CPU: Bulldozer $210 http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103960
RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws 16GB $110 0 http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231456
SSD: Crucial M4 64GB $75 http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148447
Mobo: GIGABYTE GA-970A-D3 $101 http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128521
Case: Random crappy case - I will be getting a free replacement within the month so this is temporary. $35 http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811208042
GPU: GeForce GTX 560 Ti $220 http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814500196
PSU: COOLER MASTER 500W $39 http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171031

Total = $790 CAD + shipping and tax.

Thoughts?

Any input is appreciated.

First: The 560 ti is a bad choice. You can get a 6950 for the same $.
Even better, you can get a 6870 for ~$150 these days, that would probably be your best value in a GPU for your needs. You can always add a second 6870 later if you feel the need, 6800 series GPUs scale at ~95% yield when adding a second card in Crossfire.

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The unit you are looking at is a 380 core 560 ti ( the one towards the bottom of this chart), not the 440 core ones in light blue a ways up. 6950 eats the regular 560 ti for lunch. I think the Extra-core 560s are a marketing ploy to get people confused when they see benchmarks for a "560 ti" most people will not realize they're looking at benchmarks for the ~$300 560 ti, and not the ~$220 560 ti.

Second: I would opt for an 8120 and use the extra coin to get a 120 GB SSD. There is a nice Mushkin 120 GB SSD on sale for $95 with no MIR on Newegg right now.

Third: The GSkill memory is *OK*, but you simply cannot beat the value of the Samsung 30 nm Memory for $50 / 8 GB. It will post higher speeds and lower latencies than the G-Skill, all while costing a lot less and using much less power. Check the buzz about this sleeper memory, it is all the rage in the OC world, there are lots of threads on every PC forum about this "Samsung WonderRAM".

Good Luck and enjoy building your Rig! thumb.gif

Edit to add: I see someone suggested getting "heat spreaders" for the Samsung RAM, ignore this suggestion. This RAM has no heat spreaders because they are not needed, they simply do not get hot. Also, I see they bumped up the price a few bucks on the Samsung 30 nm on Newegg, they are catching on to the popularity of this stuff and cashing in on the scarcity- it keeps selling out. Also, consider the ASRock Extreme3 990 FX mobo @ $120. Best value for a mid-range mobo that can handle OC-ing a 8 core right now. ALSO!! I noticed there is $19 shipping on your cheapo case- making it close to $60- you can do way better than that for a cheap case.
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Runs cooler??? LoL what cpu cooler are you running my 8150 doesnt break 45 degrees off a $39 cpu cooler whilst playing bf3 at ultra....(yes its not cpu heavy but as a gamer this is the only thing i do) Whilst my friends i7-2700k clocks on average 80-90 degrees with his 80$ cpu cooler...i tend to think thatsa once off and not a everyone gets hot fx-8150s scenario

must be doing it wrong, both my 2600k and 3770k didn't break 50 while playing Wow bf3, or Sc2, and wow/sc2 are alot more intensive then bf3 on the cpu i dare say, And that was with some random 40 dollar cpu cooler.
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