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Hi,
I'm new to this forum. Found it through Google. I'm in need of some real help. I've built pc's in past but it was about 6-7 years back . I'm planning to build a PC for mostly photography related work. I'm a amateur photographer and use some Adobe and Nik Software apps for processing. I don't want the best of the best but something that runs for a while. I want to spend between $1000-1200, so tough on budget.

I've come up with the following config :

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CPU: Intel Core i7-3770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor ($229.99 @ Microcenter)
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H ATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($139.99 @ Amazon)
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws Series 12GB (3 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($74.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Seagate Barracuda 3TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($124.99 @ NCIX US)
Storage: Samsung 840 Pro Series 128GB 2.5" Solid State Disk ($129.99 @ Adorama)
Case: Cooler Master HAF 922 ATX Mid Tower Case ($99.99 @ Newegg)
Power Supply: Corsair CX 500W 80 PLUS Bronze Certified ATX12V Power Supply ($65.98 @ Newegg)
Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer ($19.99 @ Newegg)
Monitor: Dell U2412M 60Hz 24.0" Monitor ($297.10 @ Amazon)
Total: $1183.01
(Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
(Generated by PCPartPicker 2013-01-30 01:16 EST-0500)

I have already purchased the Dell Monitor and the Seagate HDD and planning to buy the rest ASAP. It would be a great help to get the config reviewed and any suggestions would be welcome.
Thanks a lot for stopping by.

-Abhishek Chandra
Edited by abhichandra - 1/29/13 at 10:17pm
post #2 of 66

Hi, Abhishek!  Welcome to OCN.

 

I have two question to start with:

 

  1. Will you ever have a video card?  Or, are you going to stay with onboard video? 
  2. Will you be overclocking?
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Ditch the ram kit in favor of a 8GB or 16GB kit, the 3770k is not tri-channel.

HAF 922 is fine, but the HAF XM would be better.

Drop the Corsair 500w in favor of a Corsair TX650 v2. No point in cheaping out.

You also did not include a GPU. If you are going to do anything more graphically intensive then 1080p youtube, you're going to need a GPU. If you aren't, and it's for just work and youtube at most, then you're good. On the other hand, Adobe supports CUDA, so a nVidia GPU would help you get your work done faster.
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CPU:
What do you plan on doing with this rig? Is it just photo editing? If so, you can step down to a 3570k, it will be roughly the same as the 3770k in non multi threaded apps.

Motherboard:
Your motherboard choice is solid.

RAM:
You only need dual channel memory. So I would use 2x4gb at 1600mhz+

Storage:
Everything looks solid here.

Case:
I'm not a huge fan of the case you picked. But cases are pretty much a to each his own thing.

PSU:
Should be fine for what your doing.

OD:
I dont know a thing about optical drives, I havnt used one in years.

As far as your budget, you should be able to meet it pretty easily.

Edit: Like KyadCK said, a GPU would be a nice addition, nothing fancy, but maybe a 7770 or 640.
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Ditch the ram kit in favor of a 8GB or 16GB kit, the 3770k is not tri-channel.

HAF 922 is fine, but the HAF XM would be better.

Drop the Corsair 500w in favor of a Corsair TX650 v2. No point in cheaping out.

You also did not include a GPU. If you are going to do anything more graphically intensive then 1080p youtube, you're going to need a GPU. If you aren't, and it's for just work and youtube at most, then you're good. On the other hand, Adobe supports CUDA, so a nVidia GPU would help you get your work done faster.

 

There's no video card in the build, so this might be an onboard video-only build.  So, there would be no use in getting a 650W power supply.

 

Besides, here's a much better PSU for $69.99 shipped that has all the power this build would ever need - even after installing any video card:

 

The Rosewill CAPSTONE Series 450-M

 

Interestingly, the +12V capacity of the CX500 is only 12W more than the 450-M's.

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Oh and another thing, CPU cooler, while it might not be needed, its nice to have a nice quiet cooler. I would pick up a Hyper 212 Evo. They can be found for around $25.
    
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Ditch the ram kit in favor of a 8GB or 16GB kit, the 3770k is not tri-channel.


HAF 922 is fine, but the HAF XM would be better.


Drop the Corsair 500w in favor of a Corsair TX650 v2. No point in cheaping out.


You also did not include a GPU. If you are going to do anything more graphically intensive then 1080p youtube, you're going to need a GPU. If you aren't, and it's for just work and youtube at most, then you're good. On the other hand, Adobe supports CUDA, so a nVidia GPU would help you get your work done faster.

There's no video card in the build, so this might be an onboard video-only build.  So, there would be no use in getting a 650W power supply.

Besides, here's a much better PSU for $69.99 shipped that has all the power this build would ever need - even after installing any video card:

The Rosewill CAPSTONE Series 450-M

Interestingly, the +12V capacity of the CX500 is only 12W more than the 450-M's.

So for $20 less, he could get a much weaker PSU. I'm going to say that's a bad deal... If the Rosewill was $20 less (then what it is now), then maybe, but $70 is far too much for a 450w, even a good one that's rated a bit below what it should be.
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So for $10 less, he could get a much weaker PSU. I'm going to say that's a bad deal... If the Rosewill was $20 less, then maybe, but $70 is far too much for a 450w, even a good one that's rated a bit below what it should be.

 

The Rosewill Capstone PSUs are high-end.  They are superior units internally to the TX series.  Plus, the 450-M is modular.  So, the 450-M is a high-end modular PSU for $69.99 shipped while the TX650 is just an average non-modular unit that costs more and offers no advantage for a build that doesn't have a video card.  Even if he installs a video card, a quality-made 450W would still be overkill.  I can prove it if I need to.

 

That's why I asked him if he will ever have a video card and if he will be overclocking.  Still, it's better to have a modular PSU because they're easier to install and it's easier to get good cable management.  Plus, they're easier to uninstall whenever the time comes.

 

There's no need to buy a PSU that has a higher capacity if it will never be needed.  I mean look at what he's building.  A 650W unit like the TX650 would be enough even if he wanted to have two 7970s!  He doesn't even have any video card at all in this build, so I want to wait for his answer before I begin recommending PSUs (that's why I didn't in my first post).


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Thanks a lot for responding so quicklt.I don't want to get a GPU as of now, may be later. I never play games at all so I don't know if i need a GPU for Photoshop. As far as I know, it needs a better CPU than GPU since it uses multithreading. I might be wrong.
I don't want a phantom machine, something that does the job without hassles.
I'm more of a s/w guy, do didn't know all the h/w specs perfectly.
Also I don't think I will be overclocking it either.
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So for $10 less, he could get a much weaker PSU. I'm going to say that's a bad deal... If the Rosewill was $20 less, then maybe, but $70 is far too much for a 450w, even a good one that's rated a bit below what it should be.

The Rosewill Capstone PSUs are high-end.  They are superior units internally to the TX series.  Plus, the 450-M is modular.  So, the 450-M is a high-end modular PSU for $69.99 shipped while the TX650 is just an average non-modular unit that costs more and offers no advantage for a build that doesn't have a video card.  Even if he installs a video card, a quality-made 450W would still be overkill.  I can prove it if I need to.

That's why I asked him if he will ever have a video card and if he will be overclocking.  Still, it's better to have a modular PSU because they're easier to install and it's easier to get good cable management.  Plus, they're easier to uninstall whenever the time comes.

There's no need to buy a PSU that has a higher capacity if it will never be needed.  I mean look at what he's building.  A 650W unit like the TX650 would be enough even if he wanted to have two 7970s!  He doesn't even have any video card at all in this build, so I want to wait for his answer.

I corrected the pricing in that post to fix inconsistencies, just a heads up.

That is a bad argument when comparing PSUs from very different wattage ratings, because even a mediocre 650w will trounce the best 450w in the world. To me, a 450w that leaves almost zero headroom at all besides a single strong GPU if you don't overclock is a bad idea. As PSUs get old, they lose wattage, and while quality will hold that off, quality and overhead holds it off better. The TX650 will live longer and/or give more overhead depending on use then the 450 Rosewill can.

While modular is nice, 450w is not. And no, I don't want to see your proof because I know if can just barely be enough for that. It just won't be good enough to do anything more, and if you have to buy a new power supply in the future because of that, then you're really going to wish you just spent that extra $20 for a PSU that had a future.

However, since he said CPU only, then ya, a 450 would give the overhead. Consider this post an academical argument I guess.
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