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post #1 of 113
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Hi all,

New to the forum smile.gif

It's been about 4 years since the last build and I would like to know what you think about this setup.

Main uses....

Photoshop
Lightroom
GNS3
BF3 and BF4 when it is released. Right now I'm getting 30 FPS on the low settings... it's time to build a new computer.

Open to suggestions.... budget is $2k or so...


Using a few previous drives from current system... monitor and keyboard.

PSU is overkill at the moment ... thinking about giving SLI a shot with another card in the future.

Should I cut the RAM in 1/2 drop the HD and pickup a SSD?


Thanks for looking.
Hatch







PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

CPU: Intel Core i7-3770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor ($229.99 @ Microcenter)
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler ($29.99 @ Newegg)
Motherboard: Asus Maximus V Extreme EATX LGA1155 Motherboard ($376.98 @ SuperBiiz)
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws Z Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR3-2133 Memory ($289.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($58.98 @ Outlet PC)
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 680 4GB Video Card ($539.99 @ Newegg)
Case: Rosewill THOR V2 ATX Full Tower Case ($121.84 @ Amazon)
Power Supply: SeaSonic Platinum 1000W 80 PLUS Platinum Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply ($229.99 @ Amazon)
Optical Drive: Asus BW-12B1ST/BLK/G/AS Blu-Ray/DVD/CD Writer ($74.99 @ Newegg)
Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer ($19.96 @ Outlet PC)
Other: PRO-57U - media card reader ($61.99)
Total: $2034.69
(Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
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post #2 of 113

Well, even with two GTX 680s in SLI, a 550-650W PSU would be more than enough.

 

For example, these PSUs would be great because they have 4 x 6+2-pin PCI-E cables and it leaves you with up to $140 extra to spend.

 

The 650W SeaSonic M12II for $89.99 shipped

 

The modular 650W Rosewill CAPSTONE Series for $105.98 after shipping

 

The 650W SeaSonic G Series for $109.99 shipped

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post #3 of 113
Overall it looks pretty solid.
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Originally Posted by Hatch1921 View Post

PSU is overkill at the moment ... thinking about giving SLI a shot with another card in the future.

Even with SLI, a nice 750-850w should be plenty.
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Should I cut the RAM in 1/2 drop the HD and pickup a SSD?

Definitely do this. Even with some of the programs you said you would be using, I see it hard hitting 16GB, let alone 32. An SSD would benefit you MUCH more.
post #4 of 113
PSU is actually overkill for SLI too a nice platinum 650 or better will more than suffice.

You can save a few hundred by choosing a cheaper motherboard like Asus p8z77-v or gigabyte ud5h

Ram choice not so great given price/performance.

Probably wanna throw a SSD in there for good measure since you dont seem to upgrade too regularly.
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SSD is not optional. You shouldn't even bother building a new system if you're not going to put an SSD in. Drop one into an old system to see what I'm talking about.

And I'm not sure that the 680 is $100 better than the 670. Can't really speak to the rest of it, like whether you need an EATX mobo, which reduces the cases you can get, etc. You kind of have a setup for >2 video cards, and unless you actually plan to do that you might be better off reducing other components and putting the funds to other areas, possibly even getting a LGA2011.

Haswell is coming out soon, but the LGA2011 will have new chips coming out soon as well... And if you're going to OC, you might want better air cooling. If you listen to folks around here, though, you'll be watercooling before you know it wink.gif

And I hear photoshop needs a lot of RAM? It always helps to look at what the system will be used for. I found that the software I use didn't even benefit from hyperthreading that much, so I didn't bother.

Sorry for being disjointed, there's always a lot to say about a build, a lot of different opinions. Don't rush thumb.gif
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post #6 of 113
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I appreciate all the replies.

I went with the 1K PSU as NewEgg suggested the system would need 770w if I were to run the set with 2 cards. I'm assuming this is with everything @ 100%. I will drop the PSU down for sure.

I'm a Photoshop nut... but... even on this old system with 16gb of ram... it runs well. So... I could drop the ram down, ditch the HD and pick up a 256gb SSD. Any recommendations? A buddy of mine is running a 256gb Samsung and likes the performance.


Again... I appreciate the suggestions. I'm on a Gigabyte mobo now and (knocks on wood) it's been solid for 4 years. I'm not stuck on going with Asus. I'd just like to maximize the $$$ while building a solid system which will last another 4 years .

Again... thanks for the suggestions.
Hatch
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I appreciate all the replies.

I went with the 1K PSU as NewEgg suggested the system would need 770w if I were to run the set with 2 cards. I'm assuming this is with everything @ 100%. I will drop the PSU down for sure.

I'm a Photoshop nut... but... even on this old system with 16gb of ram... it runs well. So... I could drop the ram down, ditch the HD and pick up a 256gb SSD. Any recommendations? A buddy of mine is running a 256gb Samsung and likes the performance.


Again... I appreciate the suggestions. I'm on a Gigabyte mobo now and (knocks on wood) it's been solid for 4 years. I'm not stuck on going with Asus. I'd just like to maximize the $$$ while building a solid system which will last another 4 years .

Again... thanks for the suggestions.
Hatch
Are you set on the 680?
There is a nice combo deals on the 7950 on new egg with 8 games that would make a card cost 220.

The ssd get samsung 840. One of the best on the market right now.

If you want a single card I woyld go with sapphire 7970 ghz over the 680.

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post #8 of 113
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Added the Samsung to the build list, reduced the ram down to 16gb and if anyone has some suggestions on which brand to go with.... all ears smile.gif

Last week I read the 7970 had some cooling issues? Any truth to this ? Went with the 680 as the reviews I've run across give it a ton of praise but, I'm not 100% stuck on picking one up. smile.gif

Thanks again
Hatch
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Added the Samsung to the build list, reduced the ram down to 16gb and if anyone has some suggestions on which brand to go with.... all ears smile.gif

Last week I read the 7970 had some cooling issues? Any truth to this ? Went with the 680 as the reviews I've run across give it a ton of praise but, I'm not 100% stuck on picking one up. smile.gif

Thanks again
Hatch

Yes there are some bad cooled 7970s but the sapphire 7970 ghz is not one of the. You get 1100 core and 1500 memory out of the box and you oc thst to 1200 1600 with a voltage pump. You will just love it.

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Two cables IS mr psu. If he says one of those is good enough for SLI I believe him.

For the mobo you can cut the cost nearly in half and not loose anything performance wise. Once you get over about $200 for one you start paying for bells and whistles mostly.

If you're running 16 gigs of ram and not having any issues you could always get a 2x8 kit and if you find you use it all just add another kit.

SSDs are a godsend. I can't think of one single item that will make your computer run faster in everyday tasks. Imagine you're editing a large file, you click save and boom before you even read boom it was probably saved. Unless you already have a mecahnical disk to put in it I would suggest getting one for mass storage / backup.

If you don't game frequently to heavily or use CUDA in your editing the 680 4gb is a bit overkill. But hey this is overclock.net.

I would suggest you could find a different case. If thats what you like go for it but you could easily find a more stylish case for the price. Check out Fractal Designs or Bitfenix or Corsair.
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