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Poll Results: Should I add bonuses for Unlocked CPUs and/or Dedicated GPUs?

Poll expired: Apr 26, 2013  
  • 11% (6)
    Bonus for Unlocked CPU
  • 42% (23)
    Bonus for Dedicated GPU
  • 31% (17)
    Bonus for both
  • 14% (8)
    Nope
54 Total Votes  
post #71 of 119
Passmark is considered as inaccurate from what I've heard
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post #72 of 119
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kritis, thanks for making it much easier to record biggrin.gif I sense a huge spike in game load times however... sad-smiley-002.gif

johnvosh, I like how your PSU is such an overkill. It even has two fans ! wheee.gif

adridu59, I know the 8350 scores better than the i7-3770K, but unfortunately Passmark has one of the most complete databases of benches, it it is the easiest to get a number from.

Time to get some homework done, I'll update stuff at a quarter to nine, or tomorrow if I got buried in Enguish.

Edit: I'll update the chart just for johnvosh wink.gif
Edited by TheLAWNOOB - 4/22/13 at 5:31pm
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post #73 of 119
K, update the chart for me please. Got one built for $217.96 before tax and includes an SSD!

CPU: Pentium G860 $69.99
MOBO: ECS H61H2-MV $43.99
RAM: Corsair 2GB 1333MHz $14
PSU: Logisys 480 watt $19.99
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post #74 of 119
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by johnvosh View Post

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K, update the chart for me please. Got one built for $217.96 before tax and includes an SSD!

CPU: Pentium G860 $69.99
MOBO: ECS H61H2-MV $43.99
RAM: Corsair 2GB 1333MHz $14
PSU: Logisys 480 watt $19.99
SSD: Adata S510 60GB $69.99

But it has an integrated Intel GPU ! Ouch the fps took a hit.
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post #75 of 119
ENTRY #3, Beats Entry #1 & 2.
$32.99 CPU: Celeron G550 - http://goo.gl/utW21 Didn't think we could use microcenter but I guess so.
$29.99 Motherboard: ASRock H61-DGS - http://goo.gl/tKssW
$10.00 RAM: 2x2GB Corsair 1333mhz - http://goo.gl/ZUnB5 *Wow, insanely cheap
$8.99 HDD: 40GB HDD - http://goo.gl/S3MnY
$0.70 HDD Adapter: - http://goo.gl/tMZfb *Required to use this hard drive on sata
$12.98 PSU: 480w Logisys - http://goo.gl/VWHk4 *The GPU includes molex to 6 pin cables, this PSU will be compatible.
$109.99 GPU: Galaxy GTX 560 ti - http://goo.gl/qhURg

TOTAL: $205.64


SCORES:
CPU: 2346
GPU: 21679 *This GPU is clocked 3% higher than stock, I adjusted the score accordingly.
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RAM: 1000
HDD: 1000

SCORE: 26025

Edited by Traphix - 4/22/13 at 5:48pm
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post #76 of 119
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheLAWNOOB View Post

You can have in store only deals as long as those ones show up at least once every 3 month (so people can actually build it if they want to).

No auctions, ebay is only allowed if the store can provide a constant supply of whatever parts you have in your build

Edit: Thanks Traphix for making it much easier to enter the data thumb.gif Your CPU is good.
However your subtotal score / cost * 222 is 21972, +200 bonus will give you 23972.

Edit 2: JQuantum you win winksmiley02.gif
I don't know what CPU that is so I used Intel Core2 Duo L9400 @ 1.86GHz 1309


Nevermind, just realized that there will be only 5 left, therefore it is not a long-term solution frown.gif
I'm too lazy to redo your entry so I'll just add a asterisk to the score.

Edit 3: Thanks for the entries so far, I never thought that I could build a $222 computer that has 7770, 560 Ti or 650 Ti in it thumb.gif

LoL mine was more for the odd factor, thanks though *mini dance* wheee.gif

I knew I could get the 7770 in but didn't expect to get greater than 550Ti without going into eBay or extreme sale territory.

To redeem myself lol I'll try to get a better rig sub-222 next week or so when I have more time to scavenge online prices
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post #77 of 119
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Quote:
Originally Posted by JQuantum View Post

LoL mine was more for the odd factor, thanks though *mini dance* wheee.gif

I knew I could get the 7770 in but didn't expect to get greater than 550Ti without going into eBay or extreme sale territory.

To redeem myself lol I'll try to get a better rig sub-222 next week or so when I have more time to scavenge online prices

You work on that thumb.gif

I swear this is my last post before I get some serious work done arrowheadsmiley.png
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post #78 of 119
Quote:
Originally Posted by Traphix View Post

ENTRY #3, Beats Entry #1 & 2.
$32.99 CPU: Celeron G550 - http://goo.gl/utW21 Didn't think we could use microcenter but I guess so.
$29.99 Motherboard: ASRock H61-DGS - http://goo.gl/tKssW
$10.00 RAM: 2x2GB Corsair 1333mhz - http://goo.gl/ZUnB5 *Wow, insanely cheap
$8.99 HDD: 40GB HDD - http://goo.gl/S3MnY
$0.70 HDD Adapter: - http://goo.gl/tMZfb *Required to use this hard drive on sata
$12.98 PSU: 480w Logisys - http://goo.gl/VWHk4 *The GPU includes molex to 6 pin cables, this PSU will be compatible.
$109.99 GPU: Galaxy GTX 560 ti - http://goo.gl/qhURg

TOTAL: $205.64


SCORES:
CPU: 2346
GPU: 21679 *This GPU is clocked 3% higher than stock, I adjusted the score accordingly.
---
RAM: 1000
HDD: 1000

SCORE: 26025

dude an IDE hdd? -.- otherwise good build, especially the gfx card
    
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post #79 of 119
I think I win. I made
AMD Athlon II x2 215 = 9.79$ from friend
ATI Radeon 4770 XFX Ed.= 43$ eBay
ASRock N68c GS FX; 44.99$ OutletPC http://www.outletpc.com/ox6943-asrock-n68c-gs-fx-am3-matx-motherboard.html
80GB Seagate Barracuda; 15$ eBay
80GB WDD800; free
80GB; Samsung; free
Corsair CX430= 17.99 because of rebates, Newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139026&Tpk=cx430&IsVirtualParent=1
Cooler= 4.98, OutletPC
InWin CA-V500; 9.98 with rebates, OutletPC http://www.outletpc.com/wh7575-inwin-v-series-ca-v500-matx-case.html
Windows 7 Embedded; free (i know some awesome people)
RAM; Hynix 2GB DDR3; free
TOTAL; 145.73.
I WIN! All of this is in stock on the corresponding site.
Edited by TheN00bBuilder - 4/22/13 at 6:17pm
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post #80 of 119
ENTRY #4, Beats Entry #1, 2, & 3.
$32.99 CPU: Celeron G550 - http://goo.gl/utW21 Didn't think we could use microcenter but I guess so.
$29.99 Motherboard: ASRock H61-DGS - http://goo.gl/tKssW
$10.00 RAM: 2x2GB Corsair 1333mhz - http://goo.gl/ZUnB5 *Wow, insanely cheap
$8.99 HDD: 40GB HDD - http://goo.gl/S3MnY
$0.70 HDD Adapter: - http://goo.gl/tMZfb *Required to use this hard drive on sata
$12.98 PSU: 480w Logisys - http://goo.gl/VWHk4 *The GPU includes molex to 6 pin cables, this PSU will be compatible.
$9.98 CASE: Inwin M-ATX - http://goo.gl/S9lgT
$109.99 GPU: Galaxy GTX 560 ti - http://goo.gl/qhURg

TOTAL: $215.62

Edited, used to be a GTX 480, though possible scam.
SCORES:
CPU: 2346
GPU: 21679 *This GPU is clocked 3% higher than stock, I adjusted the score accordingly.
---
RAM: 1000
HDD: 1000
Case: 1000

SCORE: 27025
Edited by Traphix - 4/22/13 at 6:55pm
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