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Hey there,

I'm rather new to these amazing forums that I've only been reading for quite some time now. So I've decided to buy some new components, and as I have already ordered and received some, I would like some opinions on those which I've still not ordered.

First I will list the components that I already have:

CPU: i5 3570K - nothing to say here, I picked that one as it's priced well, it's unlocked, I do not need the other 4 threads 3770 offers.

GPU: HIS HD 7870 IceQX Turbo X - comes overclocked at 1100mhz out of the box and the reason I got this card is the price, I got a real good deal from a friend who sold it to me for just 180 pounds
when it cost about 240 cheapest online.

PSU: OCZ ZS Series 750W - I know it's a really big power supply, but that makes it future proof in my opinion, as they tend to lose some wattage with time and I can upgrade my rig further without worrying about feeding all the power to my components.



And now we come to the parts that I plan to order first thing next Monday:

Motherboard: Asus Maximus Gene V - it's a decent Z77 board, and although it's a m-ATX, it has nice features for my gaming side and offers more than decent overclocking capabilities. I was also considering a normal Asus P8Z77-V, but the features on the Maximus are actually the ones I need and well the more expensive Maximus models are way too expensive. Other options are Asrock's Extreme 6, or a decent GB/MSI board, but reviews and previous experience with Asus components made me pick the Gene V over them. Please do share your opinions on motherboards.

RAM: 16GB GeIL Evo Veloce DDR3 PC3-12800 1600MHz Dual Channel kit 2x8GB (10-10-10-28) - so my thoughts here are that I want more memory so I can stream online, I went for dual channel for better overclocks and to save me 2 slots for future upgrades. I'm pretty sure those sticks will be able to run at 1866 if I need them to. If I would be to buy same amount of memory but clocked at 1866 I would have to pay about 20-25 pounds more (these geils cost 82 pounds including delivery). Please do share your opinions on memory.

Cooler: Zalman CNPS12X - well after reading a review at xbitlabs.com about that cooler, I could not really chose any other air cooler. It is priced well (just 60 pounds) and it is very very efficient and quiet compared to others. As I do not plan to overclock more than say 4.5ghz, this cooler is more than capable of cooling that so I do not need to spend 100 pounds on water cooling kit that would be noisier. Please do share your opinions on coolers.

SSD: OCZ Agility 4 128gb - I already have a SanDisk Extreme 120gb, as I got it really cheap for just 65 pounds when it was in promotion on ebuyer.com, and the Agility comes at just 75 pounds, but has extra 8gb. I know these are not the best in class, but the best in class are way more expensive, for not that much performance increase. The reason I want a second SSD is because after I install all my software on the 120gb SanDisk (not including any games) I'm left with roughly 50gb, which is far from enough for my games. I also have a 1GB HDD and 2GB HDD, which I will keep for my archives.

Case: Cooler Master HAF XM - it costs just 95 pounds, it's not as big as the HAF X, it looks good, it can easily fit everything I need it to fit. Just a fan of CM over any other case maker, but please do share your opinions on cases!


Well that's about it. I would really appreciate if you would give me your constructive feedback on the components that I am yet to order next week. My greatest concern is the motherboard, because it is a m-ATX, but seems to outperform average ATX boards. The rest seems good enough to me, but please do share your opinions!

Thank you very much in advance!
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Hey there,
I'm rather new to these amazing forums that I've only been reading for quite some time now. So I've decided to buy some new components, and as I have already ordered and received some, I would like some opinions on those which I've still not ordered.
First I will list the components that I already have:
CPU: i5 3570K - nothing to say here, I picked that one as it's priced well, it's unlocked, I do not need the other 4 threads 3770 offers.
GPU: HIS HD 7870 IceQX Turbo X - comes overclocked at 1100mhz out of the box and the reason I got this card is the price, I got a real good deal from a friend who sold it to me for just 180 pounds
when it cost about 240 cheapest online.
PSU: OCZ ZS Series 750W - I know it's a really big power supply, but that makes it future proof in my opinion, as they tend to lose some wattage with time and I can upgrade my rig further without worrying about feeding all the power to my components.
And now we come to the parts that I plan to order first thing next Monday:
Motherboard: Asus Maximus Gene V - it's a decent Z77 board, and although it's a m-ATX, it has nice features for my gaming side and offers more than decent overclocking capabilities. I was also considering a normal Asus P8Z77-V, but the features on the Maximus are actually the ones I need and well the more expensive Maximus models are way too expensive. Other options are Asrock's Extreme 6, or a decent GB/MSI board, but reviews and previous experience with Asus components made me pick the Gene V over them. Please do share your opinions on motherboards.
RAM: 16GB GeIL Evo Veloce DDR3 PC3-12800 1600MHz Dual Channel kit 2x8GB (10-10-10-28) - so my thoughts here are that I want more memory so I can stream online, I went for dual channel for better overclocks and to save me 2 slots for future upgrades. I'm pretty sure those sticks will be able to run at 1866 if I need them to. If I would be to buy same amount of memory but clocked at 1866 I would have to pay about 20-25 pounds more (these geils cost 82 pounds including delivery). Please do share your opinions on memory.
Cooler: Zalman CNPS12X - well after reading a review at xbitlabs.com about that cooler, I could not really chose any other air cooler. It is priced well (just 60 pounds) and it is very very efficient and quiet compared to others. As I do not plan to overclock more than say 4.5ghz, this cooler is more than capable of cooling that so I do not need to spend 100 pounds on water cooling kit that would be noisier. Please do share your opinions on coolers.
SSD: OCZ Agility 4 128gb - I already have a SanDisk Extreme 120gb, as I got it really cheap for just 65 pounds when it was in promotion on ebuyer.com, and the Agility comes at just 75 pounds, but has extra 8gb. I know these are not the best in class, but the best in class are way more expensive, for not that much performance increase. The reason I want a second SSD is because after I install all my software on the 120gb SanDisk (not including any games) I'm left with roughly 50gb, which is far from enough for my games. I also have a 1GB HDD and 2GB HDD, which I will keep for my archives.
Case: Cooler Master HAF XM - it costs just 95 pounds, it's not as big as the HAF X, it looks good, it can easily fit everything I need it to fit. Just a fan of CM over any other case maker, but please do share your opinions on cases!
Well that's about it. I would really appreciate if you would give me your constructive feedback on the components that I am yet to order next week. My greatest concern is the motherboard, because it is a m-ATX, but seems to outperform average ATX boards. The rest seems good enough to me, but please do share your opinions!
Thank you very much in advance!

That looks great. The only thing I would change would be the PSU (its a good choice, but size...well I guess with *sure fire* upgrades you can justify it) and the GPU (but I guess you lucked out there if you've already bought it).
Maybe have a second thought on the timings on that RAM also...Don't worry about that board being micro-ATX, it is no biggie, really!

I'd just like to point out though, that if done properly, a WC kit probably won't be noisier than an air set up... smile.gif [For completeness, not a recommendation to put your parts under water]
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Hey there,

Thanks for your reply. Yes for that GPU, I will probably try to sell it and get a single GTX 670. As for the water cooling, it would cost me some more, so maybe this is something I will invest in on my next paycheck biggrin.gif
The thing with the memory is that timings or frequency won't give you that great performance boost, now will they.. so for my casual programming on Flash, working from time to time in 3ds max, playing numerous games and using my computer on a daily basis for everything, wouldn't matter that much. But I guess u're right, if I'm to invest that much for a rig, maybe spending 25 quid more on better memory is not a bad choice. Thanks
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Hey there,
Thanks for your reply. Yes for that GPU, I will probably try to sell it and get a single GTX 670. As for the water cooling, it would cost me some more, so maybe this is something I will invest in on my next paycheck biggrin.gif
The thing with the memory is that timings or frequency won't give you that great performance boost, now will they.. so for my casual programming on Flash, working from time to time in 3ds max, playing numerous games and using my computer on a daily basis for everything, wouldn't matter that much. But I guess u're right, if I'm to invest that much for a rig, maybe spending 25 quid more on better memory is not a bad choice. Thanks

A 670 would be a great choice if you went down that road. I wasn't recommending watercooling, just pointing out that it can be just as quiet as an air set up.
Spot on smile.gif Its just that those timings *really* suck tongue.gif Although might be able to tighten them if you wanted to overclock the memory so... go figure!
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hmmm the mobo will look puny in that case hope it doesnt bother you, aesthetically the inside looks good but spacious, would you like a micro-ATX chasis to fit like Silverstone Temjin T08 a suggestion.
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I have a 3770k and the Maximus V Formula. Aside from having to tweak voltage on RAM (I have 2x 8GB kits), Asus made a great set of boards in the Gene and Formula. The addition of the built in wireless is nice as well. You should grab some 2133MHz RAM for those timings. I bought Mushkin 996997 for $79 each kit (Didn't do a lot of comparison shopping as I was in a hurry). Not a fan at all of non-fully modular PSUs. I had one initially and it was a big pain to work with. I'd point toward the Corsair AX series as a good alternative, but I recommend fully modular on any model. Lastly grab some 1/2GB WD Blacks and Raid 0 them together. Then you can symlink as needed. I don't think you need to dump everything onto an SSD as not everything will benefit from loading faster. (i.e. some apps still have to wait for secondary processes.)
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hmmm the mobo will look puny in that case hope it doesnt bother you, aesthetically the inside looks good but spacious, would you like a micro-ATX chasis to fit like Silverstone Temjin T08 a suggestion.
If it wasn't expensive, the Corsair 650D is my secondary favorite. Just can't totally go for the CM HAF cases, just too busy.
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Okay, thanks for the replies. I will definitely go for some better memory sticks. As I already have the PSU, I won't buy a new one for now and I really like the HAF XM! smile.gif
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OCZ Vertex 4 *cough cough* piece of crap sandforce controller *cough cough*...

...Get a Samsung 830. It's basically the same price, but way more reliable.

 

Way better cases you could get, especially from Corsair and NZXT. I'd recommend the NZXT Phantom 410 or the Corsair 400R, both $100. Or if you want to splurge a bit, you can get the 500R. I'd recommend the white one, as it is way sexier...tongue.gif

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That looks like all pretty good stuff to me..A Crucial m4 or Samsung 830 might be more reliable on the ssd..but other that that..all good! :thumb.gif: You probably have no access to the Samsung RAM being in UK..If you can find it..get it!
 
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