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Alright noted for the processor, but may i know whats the reason that makes you think that i5-3570K is good enough for gaming?

Alright noted. Currently, i dont have any of the part including monitor, so yea, can you give me some recommendation for monitor as well? ( at least 24" )

For good performance that I mean is basically, be able to play the game smoothly with high setting. ( around 30-40fps maybe? )

For the budget, i can go up to 2550 USD. so yea, can you do for me a quick spec including three monitor for this budget?

Alright noted.

*Thank you so much for spending so much time to reply and read my post. Appreciate it!*


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The i5-3570K and and i7-3770K are almost the same processor except for HyperThreading being enabled on the 3770K. This means that every physical core has an associated "virtual" core. Essentially it has 8 cores instead of 4 on the 3570K. It also has a small speed bump that wouldn't be hugely noticeable in real-world terms but would be evident in benchmarks. The reason i say the 3570K is good enough is that pretty much no games are optimised for 8 core multi-threading, so you see very little if any benefit from the more expensive 3770K.

oooh, including 3 monitors in your budget all of a sudden makes it not really look doable mate...

if you're only gaming on the monitors then any TN panel (well a good one) should be fine. I personally have been looking into a couple of Dell IPS monitors for a larger colour gamut and better colour accuracy, but that's because i dabble a little bit in photography too. IPS monitors are generally more expensive than TN panels. I'd look at some of the cheaper 24" 1080p Samsung monitors if i were you. their panels tend to review quite favourably.

as for the waiting for Haswell and nvidia 7xx series, the value in that would be the drop in price for current hardware. assuming you want to purchase and build soon, the price markup on new hardware for early adopters will be too much for your budget. what it will do however is push down the price of current products.

my best suggestion to you would be to look through the *WIN your ultimate rig*. The limit there is USD$2500, so the builds that meet your criteria in there will be exactly what you're looking for. Just filter them on 3 monitor builds. but as i said, there may not be too many because once you start to include 3 monitors - your amount left to spend on the case and internals (especially good graphics cards) dwindles quite significantly... but all of those 3 monitor rigs would have had a lot more thought put into them that i'd give you in a few minutes!

anyway, link to the thread is below:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1347005/win-your-ultimate-rig-12-rigs-total/0_50

good luck mate.
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Have u also considerd amd cpus for your gaming setup? Its just an extra option to save yourself some money, i can play crysis 3 on high settings across 3 1920x1080 monitors with my fx 6100 & radeon 6970 crosfire (2) video cards. Ull have to do some overclocking but hey thats the whole beauty of it spending less $ and getting more fps! U cant go wrong with intel or amd, just look through all of your options before throwing down that kinda money. Good luck
     
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850 watts PSU even for a system with 7970 crossfire is overkill

750 watts is more then enough
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yeah...850w is really an overkill and 750 watts is enough and i agree with that...but lets also consider the availability of that Power Supply wattage on the market also.... if you can take the 850 watts with a small price difference form 750 watts it's still doesn't matter right?.... but for me that 850w and its brand with that price is reasonable...but if you can find a much more cheaper ones much more better thumb.gif
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as far as gaming goes, an i5-3570K is all you'll need. If you really want great benchmarking scores then by all means get a 3770K or go for a 3930K but in my opinion, it isn't necessary.

regarding the previous sentence that "you'll need 2 or 3 way SLI/Crossfire" - that's exactly what he means. You'll need a minimum of 2 graphics cards if you want to support 3 27" monitors for crysis 3 on high settings. more likely 3.

furthermore, i don't think you can get everything you want for the budget you have. you need understand the impact such a statement as "Able to play Crysis 3 with triple screen on high setting. ( the monitor would likely to be 27 inch )" has. especially since 27" monitors are likely to have a resolution of 2560 x 1440 instead of the usual 1080p.

look at the following benchmarking that Tom's Hardware did:
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/crysis-3-performance-benchmark-gaming,3451-7.html

if you take "good" performance to mean 60fps - you're not even going to get close that with two 680s on 1080p monitors, let alone 1440p monitors.

my suggestion to you is, find out what your budget is - if $2450 is it, then so be it. then, build the best computer you can for the money that you have. that's it.

a quick spec up from me would be something like this:

Intel Core i5 3570K
Corsair H80 CPU cooler
Asus Maximus V Formula
16GB Corsair DDR3 RAM
Samsung 840 Series 250GB SSD
Western Digital 2TB Black/Green HDD
2 x Radeon 7970 (they are a higher performance card for multi monitor crysis setups)
Seasonic X-850 PSU
Some BD-RW drive

the rest of the parts are more cosmetic and personal preference - so you can just pick something that suits you. well, it's all personal preference! but that should get you started.
Most of this is right on the money..but you could get by with Maximus 5 gene..Use a 128 GB ssd for OS and games (samsung 840 PRO)and have a 500-1TB dedicated hard drive for backup,maybe 2.
Also..no Corsair RAM.Get some Crucial Ballistix tactical 1866.8 GB is plenty enough.
Oh..and something to consider;The Gigabyte Sniper board Has x16 x16 pcie slots.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128552
Here..I'll link a choice of decent PSUs.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817153174
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817104165
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371049
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182073
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817153106
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021
Out of those..I'd probly go with tr2 850
Jonnyguru really liked the FSP Aurum Gold and Silverstone.
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Oh..and something to consider;The Gigabyte Sniper board Has x16 x16 pcie slots.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128552
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I've heard that the sniper boards use some kind of switch between the PCIe lanes which causes latency issues? Don't quote me on this tho smile.gif

Here's something i'd build for such requirements:
Mobo - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131858 - very solid motherboard
CPU - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116504 - all you need, i7 is waste of money
GPU x2 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814202001 - As mentioned, the way to go, i'm not sure if they are voltage unlocked, i highly recommend getting voltage unlocked ones.
Memory - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820104370
PSU - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182073 - Solid PSU. Let Shilka guide you trough this one, he knows everything about PSUs.
HDD - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822236339 - you could ofc go for caviar black but they're overrated...
SSD - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147193 - this will make your boot times as fast as possible

These total $2007

For case i leave you with a bunch of options all fitting the budget and which you might like:
nzxt switch 810
nzxt phantom 820
Corsair 600t
Corsair, obsidian series

Also, go for aftermarket CPU cooling. You could fit a custom watercooling loop into that budget i'd highly recommend that, or just get high end air cooler or AIO watercooling kit, which ever you prefer.
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PSU - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182073 - Solid PSU. Let Shilka guide you trough this one, he knows everything about PSUs.

I really like that to be true but its not
Yes i do know something about PSU´s but not everything the mumbo jumbo parts is my weak area

Anyway look under my signature for info about PSU´s

The Rosewill Capstone is a rebrand of the Super Flower Golden Green so its a good unit
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Supah Flowah Powah! biggrin.gif
Higher-end single-rail Kingwins are SuperFlower,too.
I still don't trust multi-rail PSUs..well,maybe ones with 2 large rails..
 
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Concerning the CPU, the 3570K would be all you need, considering that the 4670K won't much bring more and that it will augment the cost of your motherboard (going from LGA 1150 to 1155, the platform that handles the CPU), also I would wait for Haswell, not to buy it but because of the consecutive price variations.

The Maximum IV Formula is already quite a solid board IMO and you would save there around 100$, leaving you with - for example - a better budget concerning the GPU, the Formula also has a good onboard audio, quite a good investment.

The Hale90 (750W) & the AX750 are both around 135$ right now, a good price for a truly decent PSU, fully modular, with a Gold certif. and both a neat look.

Just a thing about the RAM, you could save around 20$ and go with 1866 or even 1600, for gaming solely, you will not see a single difference with a ram at set at 2133 or 1600, and you would need to overclock it to reach these speeds, you won't have to simply install the sticks.

Also, every case and motherboards will have USB 3.0 by now, you might want to verify about bluetooth or wifi before purchasing, but in that matter an external bluetooth &/or wifi adapter or card would perform better than an onboard chip.

Concerning the drives, a 128GB or 256GB SSD will do the job perfectly well, the Plextor M5P, the Samsung 840 Pro or even the intel 520 will do the job for different prices. Concerning a backup hard drives you have two options, SSHD and a classic HDD, the classic one being the chippest obviously, especially in the case of a desktop PC, I would go with a Western Digital Black over a Blue though just for the extended service that comes with it. As far as prices go, the more data you take (3 TB for example) the more you 'virtually' save.

The case will probably cost you around 200$, if you want something eye catchy, the Phantom 820 (full tower) or the 630 would be the best guess. LEDs, catchy look, decent build quality, etc.

Finally concerning the GPU, you could go with 7970CF or 680SLI (once the 7XX hits the market their price should drop a bit, making it an interesting deal).

There, that was my 2cents.gif
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NZXT HALE 90 V1 and Rosewill Capstone are both based on the Super Flower Golden Green so its more or less the same unit
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