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Does rosewill make good PSUs? Also what is the difference between platinum, gold, silver, and bronze rating? Never got around to researching that tidbit in detail. Would the lightning be better then the SeaSonic X-1050? I know a lot of this is personal choice, but want to see what you guys have to say about it.

Also changed out the HDD to the Digital Blue.
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Does rosewill make good PSUs? Also what is the difference between platinum, gold, silver, and bronze rating? Never got around to researching that tidbit in detail. Would the lightning be better then the SeaSonic X-1050? I know a lot of this is personal choice, but want to see what you guys have to say about it.

Also changed out the HDD to the Digital Blue.

Like many other brands of power supplies, Rosewill doesn't actually make PSUs, they license / relabel PSUs from other OEM manufacturers and sell them. For example, those 2 PSUs I listed (the Lightning and Tachyon 1000w models) are manufactured by the Taiwanese company Super Flower. Super Flower doesn't have a branded retail presence in the USA, but are highly regarded power supply manufacturers based on reviews by JonnyGURU and the like.

Here's a couple reviews to look at:
Tachyon 1000w
Lightning 1300w (the 1000w should be nearly identical)

When it comes to companies that don't physically manufacture their PSUs (like XFX, Corsair, etc.), you can't assume that every line they make will have the same build quality. While Rosewill's Lightning and Tachyon models are made by Super Flower, some other lines are made by different OEMs like ATNG and such.

Regarding 80-Plus ratings, the difference between Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum is how efficiently it takes power from the wall outlet and turns it into usable power for your components. See here for more.
Edited by svenge - 3/1/13 at 11:57pm
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for that price range im not sure why most people are recommending amd, you could spend a bit more and go intel (both are good, I prefer intel)
You can always SLi later down the road but on a 1920x1080 screen the GPU below should pretty much max out almost all games you throw out it. You can check out either of my builds which would basically be the same build give or take the companies used. After building over a dozen computers in the past two months- trust me on this spend a bit more for the higher end stuff because it will last you longer and give you less problems. this build will be pretty much future proof for the most part, all you will need to add if you want to play games maxed out in a few years would be another 660 to SLI or just sell it and get a new one..

3770k- $220
motherboard 1155 socket- ~100-200$
16gigs ram- ripjaw ~$100
gpu- 660gtx ~200-250 EDIT: 7970 is a great gpu too if you want to spend a bit more
psu- hx/ax 650-750w ~$100-150
computer case (whichever you like) will be around $100-160
SSD 128 gigs~ (i recommend samsung or crucial~ $100
WD caviar black hard drive ~$100
you can get any type of cpu cooler, water or air is preference the only difference is a few degrees so if your not too much of a perfectionist both are basically equal. some nice ones are the corsair H series, antec 920 those are both water- for air you have the nocturna and many more, just check reviews.

that should be about $1150-1250

you should have enough to get yourself a nice monitor, and any other accessories, if you have any questions feel free to ask!


benchmarks of the amd 8350 vs the 3770k cpu i recommended : http://teksyndicate.com/videos/amd-fx-8350-vs-intel-3570k-vs-3770k-vs-3820-gaming-and-xsplit-streaming-benchmarks
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Buy 3x 570's... you can get them around 150 each used... I got 2 the other day for 150 that were new RMA's lol.. literally building a beast for under $1000
    
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Here is a 1300USD Rig.

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/GXxy

Intel i5 3570K
GA Z77-UD3H
Sapphire 7950
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB 1600 CL9
Cooler: CM Hyper Evo 212
Case: Cooler Master Storm Scout 2
PSU: Corsair CX500W Ditch that and get a 650W PSU for future XFire/SLI

this is Only The rig. you can swap the 7950 for 7970 for extra 100USD
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and for the extra 200 get an SSD+ upgrade the HDD to black or blue
     
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AMD Build

AMD FX-8350 - $200
GIGABYTE GA-990FXA-UD3 AM3+ = $150
SAMSUNG 840 Pro Series 250GB - $240
Samsung Green 1600 2x4gb RAM Of Course! - $50
Rosewill Tachyon Series Tachyon-550 Continuous 550W 80 PLUS PLATINUM Certified Modular - $90
Fractal Design Define R4 - $109
GIGABYTE GV-R797OC-3GD Radeon HD 7970 - $400

$1,239

The PSU is a little small for two 7970 video cards. But after building computers for years, I never plan on upgrading a rig. When i get the upgrade bug I build a new system. You can always purchase a new PSU down the road if you decide to upgrade with another GPU.

Intel build

Intel Core i5-3570K - $230 (Much cheaper at microcenter)
GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UD3H - $145
Aftermarket CPU cooler - $50 take your pick.

All else same

$1,314

Options

Optical drive - $25
Mechanical storage drive - $80
Rainbow stickers - $2.99
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3770k- $220
Why... WHY cant i live next to a micro center...sad-smiley-002.gif
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and for the extra 200 get an SSD+ upgrade the HDD to black or blue

This is hands down the best build here. I would go with this except with a few changes

Use the extra money for for a 180GB Intel 335 Series SSD ($174.99). Change the HDD to Seagate Barracuda STBD2000101 ($109.99).

Switch the PSU to a Rosewill CAPSTONE Series CAPSTONE-650-M 650W (not that anythings wrong with Seasonic, but a modular Gold Certified PSU that is a better value is the obvious reason why to go with the Rosewill Unit it's only slightly more for the Modular GOLD unit anyway - $104.99).

Lastly, change the ram to G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB 1866 ($57.99), it's about two dollars more for 1866MHz speeds than the 1600MHz.

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Don't know what this AMD Rubbish is about, but, yeah it's rubbish (the whole "AMD is better for streaming" because basically someone released one unreliable, completely fabricated youtube review; now everyone says "AMD is better for streaming." rolleyes.gif).
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 3/4/13 at 2:06pm
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if you live near a fry's you can price match micro center, Ive done it a few times and they allow it.
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