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post #1 of 95
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Hey guys, i wanna make a 800€ build, could u guys help me using this portuguese site? WWW.pcdiga.com
post #2 of 95
Hello my Portuguese friend =)

I will give my best, and since we are both portuguese I will not accuse you of being in the wrong section xD

EDIT:
I need more info :/

Is it for gaming, workstation ?
Intel or AMD?´


EDIT2:
BUILD 1, not overclockable (Click to show)

Made this quick setup for around 700€, you can add a SSD and it will be around 800€

Caixa Nox NX-1 Evo Preta (NX1EVO)
Motherboard MSI Sk1155 (B75MA-P45)
xfx 550 psu
i5 3470
xfx hd7870
Kingston HyperX Predator 1600Mhz 2x4GB (KHX16C9T2K2/8)
WD Blue 1tb
BUILD 2, can be overclocked (Click to show)

CPU INTEL CORE I5-3570K (UNLOCKED) 3.4GHZ (3.8GHZ TURBO) 6MB BOX_______ 1 € 208.90
CPU COOLER COOLER MASTER HYPER 212 EVO______________________________ 1 € 31.90
MOBO ASROCK Z77 PRO4-M___________________________________________ 1 € 89.10
RAM Corsair Vengeance LP DDR3-1600MHz 2x4GB___________________________ 1 € 46.90
Caixa ZALMAN T2 __________________________________________________ _ 1 € 26.50
PSU XFX CORE EDITION PSU PRO 550W____________________________________ 1 € 59.90
SSD SAMSUNG SSD 840 PRO 128GB SATA III (530MB/390MB/90000)____________ 1 € 133.80
GPU Gráfica Asus HD7870 2GB DirectCU II_________________________________ 1 € 229.90
DVD Asus DVD-RW 24x Sata Black Bulk____________________________________ 1 € 19.00
################# TOTAL ##################__________________ € 845.90

If you wish you can drop the SSD to the non PRO version and I think it will be within budget and you can also drop the DVD reader

Edited by Tabinhu - 3/22/13 at 8:43am
post #3 of 95
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Its for gaming tongue.gif
And i want an i5 or higher and an Gtx660 or higher. It's always good to know and portuguese friend. If u want i could show u a build i have in mind.

But the second build is awesome and i'll maybe change the GPU, i'll dump the Cooler (cuz i dont overclock) and i'll see about the storage, but i dont want a SSD as they are to expensive and i want a lot of memory
Edited by F2Player - 3/22/13 at 9:42am
post #4 of 95
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How about this :
Edited by F2Player - 3/22/13 at 9:56am
post #5 of 95
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Maybe changing to an Seagate Momentus
post #6 of 95
You don't need the 3570k if you aren't overclocking, I think the WD green is a bit slow if it is going to be used as the main drive and I would definitely change the PSU.

Edit:
After a quick look I came up with this


It came a bit under budget if you want to you can change the cpu to the i5-3570k to allow overclocking in the future in case you change your mind (not a bad ideia in my opinion) or a better case.
Also is there any particular reason for only buying from this store?
Edited by pDimflAn - 3/22/13 at 2:11pm
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post #7 of 95
you definitly want a SSD believe me.
post #8 of 95
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pDimflAn View Post

You don't need the 3570k if you aren't overclocking, I think the WD green is a bit slow if it is going to be used as the main drive and I would definitely change the PSU.

Edit:
After a quick look I came up with this


It came a bit under budget if you want to you can change the cpu to the i5-3570k to allow overclocking in the future in case you change your mind (not a bad ideia in my opinion) or a better case.
Also is there any particular reason for only buying from this store?
I want to buy from this store only because they will put the pc together. and i will save money
post #9 of 95
F2Player hi there i know that store well though you might consider Aquapc or Chiptec both great stores and better prices (Putting the PC toghether is easy). The build looks solid if you can go for a 3570K the extra performance when oced is great and well worth the money, if you can spend like more 40/50€ even with stock cooler it can do around 4GHz
Edited by [CyGnus] - 3/23/13 at 2:42am
post #10 of 95
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I know this will be a amd build, but how about this : http://i.imgur.com/Xci6JnO.png
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