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2GB Vram is not enough if you plan on running games with full AA and all the bells and whistles . I just came from a GTX 690 which only has 2GB per GPU. I was Vram limited in Skyrim at 2560x1440 with 8xAA and some mods. I'd definitely consider 2 7970's or 7950's and save some $$ too. Last night I saw 2450 MB memory usage in Skyrim. I've seen 1836 MB in BF3 with 4xAA. I don't know how future proof 2GB Vram is if it is already being pushed now.
I should have mentioned this, but I don't plan to max out AA or AF.
post #42 of 111
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Originally Posted by 32oz View Post

Here's a quick build I threw together, just to give you more ideas and possibly options.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($215.99 @ NCIX US)
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 65.0 CFM CPU Cooler ($83.74 @ Mwave)
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H ATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($181.31 @ Amazon)
Memory: Samsung 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($44.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Samsung 830 Series 256GB 2.5" Solid State Disk ($216.99 @ Newegg)
Video Card: MSI Radeon HD 7970 3GB Video Card (CrossFire) ($479.99 @ Newegg)
Video Card: MSI Radeon HD 7970 3GB Video Card (CrossFire) ($479.99 @ Newegg)
Case: Corsair 650D ATX Mid Tower Case ($149.93 @ Mac Connection)
Power Supply: SeaSonic 760W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($168.00 @ NCIX US)
Optical Drive: Samsung SH-222BB/BEBE DVD/CD Writer ($16.98 @ Outlet PC)
Total: $2037.91
(Prices include shipping and discounts when available.)
(Generated by PCPartPicker 2012-09-08 22:25 EDT-0400)

oops, forgot a HDD, but you get the idea...
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post #43 of 111
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No, it isn't. a 7870 still can't play BF3 on ultra on a 1440p or 1600p screen. Stop being lazy, and find the parts to make a good build.
When someone asks for a build to be spec'd out, and they give a budget, you build the best rig you can for what info they gave you. I did that. You offered a shoddy pre-built, that, to even play his games maxed would require enough in extra parts to kick it up to the price range mine is sitting in anyway, only the parts will be weaker in comparison.
A second 7870, a TX750, and even a 128GB SSD comes out to $450ish. Boom, your build cost as much as mine with a smaller SSD, weaker GPUs, slower ram (which they don't even tell you the brand of), and to top it all off, look at that horrible cable management. Boy would I trust those guys to build me a PC...
A 3570k/680 build would be enough and leave room for upgrade, but yours is the only money pit I see... Cost a fortune to replace all those horrible parts with ones worth anything.

-He doesn't "need" an SSD to do what he needs to do. Now ur back at 128GB after realizing how ur 256gb idea was wasteful.

-I didn't see "I need everything on ultra". If he needs that then add another 7870 into the mix and ur still way under the 2,000 limit. I like how running BF3 on ultra at 1600p is somehow mainstream in your world like the game is less fun on high somehow. Do the 2 best games of the last year(Skyrim,Diablo 3) need a 1,000 video card solution to run on high?

-PSU is under warranty, even if it goes out after a year he can get one just as good as the TX750 by that time for cheaper around 75 bucks. Id rather deal with inferior cable management and have hundreds of dollars in my pocket.

-RAM is dirt cheap, you were the one suggesting overpriced cooling and u still had the nerve to put a 8gb kit instead of 16gb even with 2 grand to spend LOL. You had overpriced fans in your budget over more system ram, I mean that is a huge fail right there.

-Not everyone thinks like you do, you are being OCD about stuff just to be OCD. Also couldn't you be more original and maybe saved the guy a 100 bucks or something over ordering at places beside newegg?
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I have a microcenter nearby btw. I'd prefer buying from the same place, two at max.
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Originally Posted by 32oz View Post

Here's a quick build I threw together, just to give you more ideas and possibly options.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks
CPU: Intel Core i5-3570K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($215.99 @ NCIX US)
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 65.0 CFM CPU Cooler ($83.74 @ Mwave)
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H ATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($181.31 @ Amazon)
Memory: Samsung 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($44.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Samsung 830 Series 256GB 2.5" Solid State Disk ($216.99 @ Newegg)
Video Card: MSI Radeon HD 7970 3GB Video Card (CrossFire) ($479.99 @ Newegg)
Video Card: MSI Radeon HD 7970 3GB Video Card (CrossFire) ($479.99 @ Newegg)
Case: Corsair 650D ATX Mid Tower Case ($149.93 @ Mac Connection)
Power Supply: SeaSonic 760W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($168.00 @ NCIX US)
Optical Drive: Samsung SH-222BB/BEBE DVD/CD Writer ($16.98 @ Outlet PC)
Total: $2037.91
(Prices include shipping and discounts when available.)
(Generated by PCPartPicker 2012-09-08 22:25 EDT-0400)

Nice, but there must be cheaper 7970s, no? 480 sounds pretty high unless those are Lightnings.

EDIT: Maybe get these instead?
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Originally Posted by azeem40 View Post

The above build looks good to me. I asked on another forums and this is what they gave me:
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/gVia

So basicly what we (myself, 32oz, and B!0HaZard) said, minus the stronger cooler, optical drive, and a different SSD. Sounds about right. If you're going to OC, I really would get one of the coolers we suggested though.

If you want us to ignore dlee7283 and just help tweak the rig so it's right for you, tell us and we'll help, just lay down some guidelines like what you would prefer, more indepth than the OP. Brand preference, Case preference, etc.
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-He doesn't "need" an SSD to do what he needs to do. Now ur back at 128GB after realizing how ur 256gb idea was wasteful.

-I didn't see "I need everything on ultra". If he needs that then add another 7870 into the mix and ur still way under the 2,000 limit. I like how running BF3 on ultra at 1600p is somehow mainstream in your world like the game is less fun on high somehow...
-PSU is under warranty, even if it goes out after a year he can get one just as good as the TX750 by that time for cheaper around 75 bucks.
-RAM is dirt cheap, you were the one suggesting overpriced cooling and u still had the nerve to put a 8gb kit instead of 16gb even with 2 grand to spend LOL. You had overpriced fans in your budget over more system ram, I mean that is a huge *** right there

-Not everyone thinks like you do, you are being OCD about stuff just to be OCD. Also couldn't you be more original and maybe saved the guy a 100 bucks or something over ordering at places beside newegg?

No, I put in a 128 because that is all that is needed to match my suggested rig's price. It also was a good way to show how horrible your suggestion really was for the money.

So buy cheap things now, replace when they die. I'm noticing a pattern with you. You do know that buying good things right away saves money in the long run right?

Considering the H80 can cool as well as a NH-D14, or an H100, It isn't very overpriced for someone who wants to OC. As for the case fans, they match what is currently in the HAF XM. That was the sole reason for picking those. You don't even need those fans really, since when you put the H80 on the back you get the 140mm to put on the door. Just figured I'd fill out the case.

As for 16GB... what does he need 16GB for? He isn't, or hasn't said he was, doing anything that would require that. The Samsung chips OC like mad should he want them to, and it leaves room open for more if he wants it later. I don't know why you're going on about this?

I... did?
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Newegg:
- CPU: Intel i5-3570k
- MB: ASRock Extreme6
- Case: Cooler Master HAF XM
- GPU: MSI GTX 670
- GPU 2: MSI GTX 670
- PSU: Corsair TX750 v2
- RAM: Samsung 2x4GB 1600
- DVD: LITEON DVD Burner
- HDD: WD Caviar Black 1TB
- SSD: Samsung 830 256GB
- CPU Cooling: Cooling: Corsair H80
- Case Fan (top): Cooler Master MegaFlow
- Case Fan (side): Cooler Master R4
Total: $1909.87
If you buy the Case, CPU, and MB at MicroCenter (in-store), you can save close to $100.
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Originally Posted by azeem40 View Post

I have a microcenter nearby btw. I'd prefer buying from the same place, two at max.

MicroCenter for CPU/MB at minimum, and whatever else is cheaper. Newegg for the rest.
Edited by KyadCK - 9/8/12 at 8:24pm
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post #46 of 111
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So buy cheap things now, replace when they die. I'm noticing a pattern with you. You do know that buying good things right away saves money in the long run right?

besides the PSU and maybe some standard 1.5v 1600 ram which would still get to 1866 even if crappy, u still haven't shown a compelling reason why spending 600 more dollars is needed for "what he is trying to do". Somebody already put together a list for 1,300 that was better than my prebuilt for the price/performance so its not like I said my suggestion was the best, you just fail to realize you can get by spending alot less and use it for other things in life besides computers, like a 600 vacation with your wife or girlfriend. BF3 on ultra at 1600p is the most important thing right? Have you not noticed most the best games don't need a 1,000 graphic card. Thats because most people are playing on some crappy 9500gt and developer realize that, yet u are dissing me because I think an 7870 is fine for all the "good" games coming out in the next 2 or 3 years? Take my l33t card away, I have sinned to all Dr.Pepper drinking fat goatee guys without girlfriends everywhere.

Anyway I am done.This has made everyone more stupid as a result. I take full blame
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I am not married and in my religion, dating is forbidden. I already have a job and life outside of the computer.

No case preference or brand preference. Whatever is good quality, low sound, and good cooling is good for me.
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besides the PSU and maybe some standard 1.5v 1600 ram, u still haven't shown a compelling reason why spending 600 more dollars is needed for "what he is trying to do". Somebody already put together a list for 1,300 that was better than my prebuilt for the price/performance so its not like I said my suggestion was the best, you just fail to realize you can get by spending alot less and use it for other things in life besides computers, like a 600 vacation with your wife or girlfriend.
Anyway I am done.

It isn't, I just filled the budget given to me. If that person is willing to spend $2000, I do not see a reason to shoot down his dreams.

Yes, B!0HaZard did. I also agreed with his, and referenced it for the buyer if you read my post more then that one line.

Who are we to tell him "no, you should not spend that much on a PC, you should go have a life instead!". It's not our money or anything, it's his. Aaand as far as I can tell, he is still thinking of spending that much.

Bye.
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It isn't, I just filled the budget given to me. If that person is willing to spend $2000, I do not see a reason to shoot down his dreams.
Yes, B!0HaZard did. I also agreed with his, and referenced it for the buyer if you read my post more then that one line.
Who are we to tell him "no, you should not spend that much on a PC, you should go have a life instead!". It's not our money or anything, it's his. Aaand as far as I can tell, he is still thinking of spending that much.
Bye.
Just because it isn't our money doesn't mean we shouldn't give advice. Maybe time to leave the thread?

As I said earlier: using $2000 on a computer is a waste, as it's overkill. 1000-1500 is more like it. Save the rest for future upgrades. There's really not much to understand here. Only the thread starter can decide.
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I am not married and in my religion, dating is forbidden. I already have a job and life outside of the computer.
No case preference or brand preference. Whatever is good quality, low sound, and good cooling is good for me.

Well since he did, in fact, leave and none of the other 10 people watching this are doing anything...

I would go with the rig I posted if you're serious about the $2000. If you want to go with something cheaper, go with B!0HaZard's and throw a Samsung 830 or a Crucial M4 in there, it'll do fine.

If you really want to go all out, get 32oz's suggestion, though I would replace that NH-D14 with an H80.

All 3 cases we recommended are fine. Although I do like CM more, the Phantom and 650D will work too. Pick the one you think looks best, or based on price.
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Just because it isn't our money doesn't mean we shouldn't give advice. Maybe time to leave the thread?
As I said earlier: using $2000 on a computer is a waste, as it's overkill. 1000-1500 is more like it. Save the rest for future upgrades. There's really not much to understand here. Only the thread starter can decide.

And who we assume to be the thread owner (the guy talking to us about buying it) has said multiple times that the more expensive rigs look like what he wants.

At this point in time, it's not giving advice, it's pushing because you** think it isn't right to spend that much.

**(Not you specifically, dlee mostly. You're just stating an opinion, not trying to force it)
Edited by KyadCK - 9/8/12 at 9:57pm
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