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Ok, so I've put aside a LOT of money for what will be my first ever build. My last computer was a ~$2,500 customized HP, which served me well for a number of years before ultimately succumbing to hard drive failure followed soon after by a fried mother board. This time around, enthusiast that I am, I've decided to "roll my own". This is motivated out of the desire to eliminate the labor costs and parts restrictions that are incurred when ordering from any computer building company.

Please understand that I am fully aware that for nearly all practical applications this rig is sure to be overkill in many ways. However, I'm attempting to future-proof the system as best I can and I plan to re-use many of the components in future builds so as to save money in the long run.

I'm looking for ANY and ALL compliments, insults, suggestions, questions, etc. concerning my proposed setup!

So, without further adieu, here are the potential specifications:


Approximate budget amount: $4,000-$6,000.


CASE: Antec (Twelve Hundred V3) [~$165.00]
http://www.antec.com/product.php?id=2715&pid=2


PSU: Antec (HCP-1200) [~$240.00]
http://www.antec.com/product.php?id=2468&fid=343


Motherboard: Asus (P9X79 Deluxe) [~375.00]
http://www.asus.com/Motherboard/P9X79_DELUXE/


CPU: Intel (i7-3930K) [~$550.00]
http://ark.intel.com/products/63697/Intel-Core-i7-3930K-Processor-12M-Cache-up-to-3_80-GHz


CPU Fan: Noctua (NH-D14 SE2011) [~$80.00]
http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=productview&products_id=41&lng=en


RAM: Kingston (HyperX Beast 32GB, 4x8 1600MHz kit) [~$250.00]
http://www.kingston.com/us/memory/hyperx/predator/beast


Sound Card: Creative (Sound Blaster Recon3D THX Fatal1ty Champion) [~$135.00]
http://us.store.creative.com/Creative-Sound-Blaster-Recon3D-Fatal1ty-Champion/M/B0060SXDRI.htm


Video Card: NVIDIA, Asus (GeForce GTX 690) [~$1,000.00]
http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/GTX6904GD5/


SSD: Intel (520 Series 240GB) [~$250.00]
http://ark.intel.com/products/66250/Intel-SSD-520-Series-240GB-2_5in-SATA-6Gbs-25nm-MLC


RAID: Intel (RS2VB080) [~$700.00]
http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/servers/raid-controller-rs2vb080-brief.html


HDDs: Western Digital (RE SATA 2TB 7200RPM 6Gb/s 64MB Cache Enterprise Hard Drive) x6 [~$1,250.00]
http://www.wdc.com/en/products/products.aspx?id=30


Display: Asus (VG248QE) [~$300.00]
http://www.asus.com/Monitors_Projectors/VG248QE/


Speakers: Logitech (Z906) [~$350.00]
http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/speaker-system-Z906?crid=47


Total: ~$5,645

I’m planning to use the SSD either as a boot drive and/or for fast-caching with RAID. The HDD's are going to be in a RAID 5 array, so 10TB actual storage with 2TB for parity. OS will be Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. I haven't included optical drives, all-in-one card readers, etc. as they're really not important in critiquing the build.

I have concerns about the Noctua CPU cooler being compatible with the not-necessarily-so-low-profile HyperX Beast memory modules. If anyone has any information about that it would be very much appreciated. In fact, the compatibility of components is one of the most important factors I’d like to get feedback on in general.

So…what do you guys think? smile.gif
Edited by sweetname - 2/24/13 at 7:05am
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My suggestions would be Thermalright SB-E Extreme for the cooler which performs better than the D14, also the Antec 1200 isn't what I'd call a good case, checkout Corsair 500R and NZXT Phantom 630 instead for example, also get low profile memory, those won't fit under the heatsink, the soundcard is a joke too get a Xonar DX or a SoundBlaster Z if you xant to stick with Creative, are you sure you need a GTX 690? else I'd recommend a 7970, go with an IPS monitor like the Viewsonic VP2770 much better IQ, also I don't see the point of 144 Hz or is it just to justify buying a more expensive GPU?, for the SSD go with a Samsung 840 Pro 512GB and get a WD10EZEX Blue for the storage, RE4's aren't worth their pricetag nor is the RAID card unless you need an enormous amount of storage which I don't see why you'd need this, also a 550W PSU would be fine for the build.

Nice drop of money nonetheless.
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Please understand that I am fully aware that for nearly all practical applications this rig is sure to be overkill in many ways. However, I'm attempting to future-proof the system as best I can and I plan to re-use many of the components in future builds so as to save money in the long run.

Haha, nice one! You're more wasting money than anything else here really, there's no such thing as future-proofing since computer hardware evolves pretty fast, just get what you need now and get newer tech later if you need it, you'll save ton of money and have access to newer components, just saying.
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post #3 of 46
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My suggestions would be Thermalright SB-E Extreme for the cooler which performs better than the D14, also the Antec 1200 isn't what I'd call a good case, checkout Corsair 500R and NZXT Phantom 630 instead for example, also get low profile memory, those won't fit under the heatsink, the soundcard is a joke too get a Xonar DX or a SoundBlaster Z if you xant to stick with Creative, are you sure you need a GTX 690? else I'd recommend a 7970, go with an IPS monitor like the Viewsonic VP2770 much better IQ, also I don't see the point of 144 Hz or is it just to justify buying a more expensive GPU?, for the SSD go with a Samsung 840 Pro 512GB and get a WD10EZEX Blue for the storage, RE4's aren't worth their pricetag nor is the RAID card unless you need an enormous amount of storage which I don't see why you'd need this, also a 550W PSU would be fine for the build.

Nice drop of money nonetheless.
Haha, nice one! You're more wasting money than anything else here really, there's no such thing as future-proofing since computer hardware evolves pretty fast, just get what you need now and get newer tech later if you need it, you'll save ton of money and have access to newer components, just saying.

I have to agree with all of this except the Silver Arrow recommendation.
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I disagree, I think the RE4 is a great board but I would grab two 4gb GTX680s instead of a 690, just for the added Vram down the the track if you want to go multiscreen. And as for the Antec 1200 I personally don't like it but that's subjective, I would go big like a CM Cosmos 2 or Corsair 900D for later if you decide to go watercooling.
Now the sound card what can I say, I've had nothing but issues with Creative soundcards, so in saying that I've always heard great things about the Xonar Essence STX.
PSU I would probably go with Corsair AX series probably 850 or 1200, for expansion later down the track if you want to add more GPU's or other components. Maybe explore watercooling if you want to get into an entry level system try the new Swiftech H220 if you don't want to build your own from components. Anyway good luck and have fun building thumb.gif
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I disagree, I think the RE4 is a great board but I would grab two 4gb GTX680s instead of a 690, just for the added Vram down the the track if you want to go multiscreen.

I wouldn't go with 4GB on those cards, they have too crippled memory bandwidth to actually take advantage of it:
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1704636
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@adridu59

I'm rather fond of the 1200 V3 case so, barring a real good argument to the contrary, I think I'll be sticking with it. Thanks for the tip concerning the SoundBlaster Z. I guess I just liked the fact that the Champion card included the front I/O Drive for easy access. Come to think of it...I could probably just use the controls on the Logitech z906 to achieve the same effect.

I'm definitely sticking with the GTX 690, for multiple reasons. I could definitely go into it if anyone really wants to strike up that particular discussion.

I will eventually be adding an IPS monitor to the setup. The 144 Hz 1ms GTG is just for the purposes of gaming and general use, really. The IPS will be for photo-editing, 3D modeling software, and video.

I read a bunch of reviews of the Samsung versus the Intel SSD and came to the decision that the Intel was viewed more favorably. What makes you favor the Samsung? Also, I'm almost definitely going for the RE4's for the 64MB cache size, 6gb/s, and better durability in 24/7 systems. The RAID isn't so much about the amount of data I'd like to store as much as it is about the speed with which I'd like to read and write to disk. Also, that unit has a Maintenance Free Backup Unit based on flash technology so no need to replace a battery every few years or worry about whether or not it's holding a charge.

I don't think a 550W PSU would cut it. I think I'd almost surely need a 900W with this setup just to be on the safe side. By going for the 1200W I'm keeping my options open for upgrades (x2 sli 690's, for example) or a future build. Also, I really like the principals behind it's hybrid design and I have high confidence that it will be compatible with a case by the same brand.

By future-proofing I don't mean to say that this will be such an awesome machine as to ensure no one on earth can beat my specs for years to come. I mean that quite awhile will have to go by before I could personally justify a new build considering the types of applications I would use the system for.

Thanks to everyone for their suggestions so far! This is really helpful! Keep 'em coming!
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You could stick with the VP2770 for gaming, it's fine unless you really want that 144 Hz.
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Also, that unit has a Maintenance Free Backup Unit based on flash technology so no need to replace a battery every few years or worry about whether or not it's holding a charge!

Backup unit? never heard about that.

SSD's don't have any battery either.
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The Backup Battery is an add-on typically bought separately for Intel RAID cards that ensures that the last write operations successfully complete upon unexpected shutdown. This is to prevent data loss or corruption in raid arrays. However, the BB costs a couple hundred dollars and must be replaced every 2-3 years. If you get the RAID controller I specified above there is no need for a BB as it has a built-in flash solution to ensure write completion and data integrity upon sudden loss of power.
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I would recommend following changes -
1) Case - Cooler Master Cosmos 2
2) PSU - Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1300 Watt for dual 690 or dual 7990.
3) CPU Cooler - Corsair Hydro Series H100
4) Sound Card - Asus Xonar DX
5) Display - Get five monitors for 5x1 portrait eyefinity. It will be the gaming experience of your life. No point of 690 for single 1080p. Also why 3930k for gaming on single monitor?
What is the intended use of this rig? Gaming, workstation ????
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If you care that much about reliability you should be getting an Uninterruptible Power Supply:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1305395/the-uninterrupting-uninterruptible-power-supply-ups-guide/0_20
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