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post #21 of 51

Wish you good luck on your RMAs! :D

CX series PSUs aren't the most reliable, I had my CX500 drop out on me after half a year. They are also quite noisy with their coil whine.

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Thanks. Power supply should be there Monday via UPS ground so hopefully I'll have a replacement in next week. Definitely going to invest in a good surge protector when it arrives because I've been using a cheap power strip I found in my closet. rolleyes.gif Don't plan on keeping the CX600 in my main rig for too long anyway, just there to hold me over until August.
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Replacement power supply is being delivered on the 19th, but I have a dilemma.. I'm on spring break starting tomorrow and I'll be out of town and can't get back to my apartment until later on in the week. Definitely don't want it sitting out the whole time I'm gone. I'm thinking of leaving a note to the UPS driver telling him to drop it off in the main office. Hopefully he listens.

Still have a feeling that a new PSU isn't going to solve my problem, but at least I'll have a new PSU. rolleyes.gif

edit: a lot of eye rolling in this thread by myself.. Kind of how I feel about this build right now haha
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Originally Posted by nleksan View Post

This is a PRIME example of how a "budget build" can be every bit as sexy as an, ummm, "non-budget build"(??)! Excellent work!

I really look forward to seeing the Intel aspect of it. I am a long-time AMD Fan myself (my first computer build was an FX-51, Asus SK8V, 1GB Corsair XMS3200RE, and an X800XT-PE), but there is nothing in AMD's lineup that can come close to competing with the better Intel chips. I think the APU's (A10-6800K, is that the top one? It's drool-worthy!) are fantastic, and if I was building a rig for a family member or any non-gamer, it'd like be based around the top APU and a solid FM2+ motherboard.
However, if you really want some serious horsepower, the 2500K/3570K, 2600K/2700K/3770K, and of course the 3930K are on a whole different level! While I do miss the fun of baseclock overclocking, I also LOVE having a 6C/12T CPU running at 4.8Ghz with room to spare biggrin.gif The new Ivy Bridge CPU's have made RAM overclocking nearly as fun as it was back in the DDR1-days, with speeds of DDR3-3000+ possible with a strong IMC. Intel has come a long ways from the Pentium 4 Emergency Edition wink.gif

Just a bit of advice:
When you go to Micro Center, be sure to look at their Clearance and "Open Box" motherboards! I got my Rampage IV Extreme for less than the price of a P9X79 Pro as it had been mistakenly marked Open Box, yet they still honored the price on it! If you get lucky, you can end up with a motherboard that is a big step up from what your budget would otherwise allow, and still save money. The Micro Center near me has Maximus 5 Extreme's for $248, Z77 Sabertooth boards for $175, a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UP7 for $289, and the P8Z77 Workstation board for $236!! I have been practically losing sleep over the P8Z77-WS as I REALLY WANT IT for a server/media server/media box/storage box build, with its array of SATA ports and enough PCI-Express lanes for a few hardware RAID Controller Cards, a single GPU (Folding, of course!), a sound card (possibly, for output to receiver), and some extra USB3.0 and/or eSATA add-in cards!
Also, for $229 the 3770K is a steal! People will argue about whether or not it has any advantages in gaming, and while they are not HUGE advantages, they are there... However, one of the biggest advantages is that every 3770K I've used has had a better IMC than any 3570K I've used. With the same pair of Samsung WundeRAM 2x4GB DIMMs, I was able to get DDR3-2800 11-13-12-34 1.625v on a 3770K but only 2400 11-13-13-31 1.635v with the 3570K installed.

A few other things to look for on sale:
- Hard Drives: I've picked up a number of drives for extremely cheap prices, both new and refurbished, and haven't had trouble with any of them. This includes 2 WD RE3 1TB HDD's for $58/ea, a Barracuda ES.2 1TB for $45, a WD Black 500GB for $38, 5x Seagate Cheetah SAS6Gbps 300GB drives for $55/ea, a quartet of Hitachi Ultrastar 1TB drives for $44/ea, a Seagate Barracuda 1TB/platter 3TB drive for $75, 3x WD Scorpio Black 750GB 2.5" HDD's for $60/ea, and quite a few others.
- "Micro Center" Branded Solid State Drives: available in 64GB and 128GB capacities, these are just relabeled ADATA drives that can be flashed with the ADATA firmware and they are quite fast considering they are ~$35 for the 64GB and ~$60 for the 128GB. Some places don't seem to have them anymore, while other stores do. I use them for "write dumps" to keep my 830 256GB fresh wink.gif
- Cooling Component Sales: The MC here has a huge metal rack as well as the bottom of a shelf dedicated to marked-down fans, CPU HSF's, memory/MOSFET/Motherboard/etc heatsinks, fan controllers, digital thermometers, fan grills/filters/"silencers"/etc, and LIQUID COOLING PARTS! Most are between 40-60% off, but I recently picked up a pair of 92x38mm Vantec Tornado fans for $8 TOTAL! I have also gotten 4 4-packs of Akust Pure-Copper BGA RAM-sinks (13x12x5mm) for $1.17/ea, NZXT RF-FZ140 140mm Fans for $8.48/ea, and tons of Bitspower and Swiftech Fittings for cheap!
- Monitors: This depends entirely on luck, but open-box monitors can be had for ridiculously low prices. The Auria 27" 1440p can be had open-box for as little as $270, the Dell U2711 for $518, and so forth.
- Audio: I got my Titanium HD for less than 1/3rd the retail price, BNIB, from Micro Center!
- CABLES: SATA Data Cables for $0.20/ea, ModRight individually-sleeved cables for $2.50-4.50, Regular SATA-to-SLIM ODD cables for $2-5, SAS-to-SATA Breakout cables for under $10, and lots, lots more! Stock up!

The trick is very much to look at the stuff that most people would pass over, and the sale bins are usually on the ends of aisles but sometimes are at the bottom shelf of the aisles themselves.

In 2014/2015 I will take a trip to USA and The first place I'm going to visit is MicroCenter biggrin.gif .I will take a bag full of hardware when leaving biggrin.gif .3700k cost 400$ in my country so I'm probaly going to buy my new cpu in USA.

Also when talking about this buildlog. You tried overclocking this Phenom ? Who knows, maybe you have golden sample thumb.gif .
Edited by Pawelr98 - 3/17/13 at 5:59am
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post #25 of 51
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I've overclocked it a little, but the 925 isn't as good as the 955 in my experience. I've clocked it to 4Ghz just to test, and it booted but wasn't stable. This CPU is way past its prime and I'm definitely due for an upgrade, its just not fast enough for me. It will do just fine in a secondary office system though. Can't completely turn my back on AMD. wink.gif
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I gots a 955 if you want it!!! also nice pics man; makes me wanna go and buy an actual camera and a Refine R4 or define w/e
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Thanks! I 100% recommend the R4. Great case and people are now stuffing full WC loops in them with ease.
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Quick update, the replacement power supply has been delivered at my apartment, but I'm back at home 4 hours away for spring break. Hopefully the issue was just my power supply because I really don't want to invest anymore money in this build right now, and I don't feel like dealing with a motherboard RMA either.

I'll post up some pictures when I get back on Thursday.
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For those keeping up, Corsair sent a brand new power supply. I'm not going to bother taking pictures again because my system is officially dead. frown.gif I've finally narrowed the problem down to the motherboard. The second Asus board to die on me! mad.gif Asus has just lost a customer to another motherboard manufacturer. I could RMA but I really don't feel like dealing with more waiting. I can't even use the system this whole summer anyway, so why bother.

I was considering sticking with the AMD/Asus combo but now that option is completely out of the window. Looking forward to Haswell and whatever mobos Gigabyte/MSI/Asrock have to offer. thumb.gif
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you should try an ASRock 970 Extreme 4
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