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Hello, I'll be building my first Intel build in a short while, and have decided to try a few new things. AIO Water cooling(This is my first, so custom loop is too new for me) and SLI graphic card.

My previous build was an AMD 965 on a Asus Evo board with GTX 460, it's served me well, but I've got the cash, and the itch to try new stuff.
Origionally I was planing on Haswell, but the more I hear/read, the less I'm interested, specific PSU, not much improvement over IVY, new board, etc(As I only really upgrage ever 2~5 year(GPU, every 2 generation)
I'll mainly be using this for gaming and video editing, I might be doing some 3D modeling on 3Dmax for game moding, the other 3D stuff I'd do is MMD editing and video making.

This is what I've planned, and I will be buying everything from Newegg, or Amazon, newegg preferablly, as I've had good experinece with them, and I don't live near a Microcenter.

CPU - Intel Core i7-3770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor - $329.99 - Was debating 3570k or 3770k, decided to go with 3770k for future proofing

CPU Cooler NZXT Kraken X60 98.3 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $117.99 - Was debating Corsair H100i or this, but decided to stick with this.

Thermal Compound Prolimatech PK-1 5g Thermal Paste $9.99 - To replace the default one on NZXT< I heard is good, but I've used Prolimatech before, and I like it.


Motherboard Asus Maximus V Formula EATX LGA1155 Motherboard $284.99 - Going with a ROG, I've used Asus product and liked it.

Memory Corsair Dominator 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1866 Memory $174.99 - 16GB ram should be enough, Currently I also have 16g in my AMD BE 965

Storage Samsung 840 Series 250GB 2.5" Solid State Disk $179.99 - I'll be recycling some normal HD for extra space, so using this as my boot drive, SSD, also a first.

Video Card Asus GeForce GTX 670 4GB Video Card $459.99 - I already got one last christmas, and will be getting a second one for SLI purpose

Case Fractal Design Define XL R2 (Black Pearl) ATX Full Tower Case $129.99 - Origionally was thinking of the NZXT new 630, but lack of a side fan make this one my choice.

Case Fan Cougar Vortex 70.5 CFM 140mm Fan $16.99 - Will be using this as my side intake fan, but not really familiar with all the fans currently, so advice here would be good, would front intake be useful with this too?

Power Supply XFX ProSeries 1050W 80 PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V / EPS12V Power Supply $189.99 FREE - Was originally thinking of the Corsaid HX850, but someone told me that it's no good, and this is better, for $60 more

Optical Drive Asus DVDE818A7T/BLK/B/GEN CD Reader, DVD Writer - Not really sure if I'd need a BD reader though.

Other - Nexus Beamair, but it only seems to work with 120mm size fan, would switching to a 120 fan with this be better or stick with a 14cm fan?
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The PSU is major overkill. All that's needed to power this system is a good quality-made 550-650W PSU. The reason I included "650W" in there is in case you want to overclock the GTX 670s. Not only that, but it's easier to find a PSU that has enough PCI-E connectors for two GTX 670s when looking at 650W units.

 

Here are some of my recommendations just from Newegg alone:

 

 

I could recommend more, but I'm trying to keep the difference in price as big as possible. So far, you can spend anywhere from $63.01 less to as much as exactly $100 less which gives you more money to spend on your build.

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Where are you buying parts, reference 670 for 460 seems a bit crazy.

Actually, almost every price you posted seems marked up by at least 20-30%, are you buying from best buy or something? tongue.gif

I just built an extremely similar build(see my sig), except I bought two brand new gtx 680s and fit that in a 2300$ price tag, somethings wrong with wherever you bought it

Also corsair just rebrands seasonic and channelwell psus, so whoever told you corsair's power supplies were bad are terribly mistaken.
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Where are you buying parts, reference 670 for 460 seems a bit crazy.

Actually, almost every price you posted seems marked up by at least 20-30%, are you buying from best buy or something? tongue.gif

I just built an extremely similar build(see my sig), except I bought two brand new gtx 680s and fit that in a 2300$ price tag, somethings wrong with wherever you bought it

Also corsair just rebrands seasonic and channelwell psus, so whoever told you corsair's power supplies were bad are terribly mistaken.

GTX 670 should be $400. even less now that the GTX 770 is out and at the $400 mark.

Corsair is the most reliable PSU manufacturer in the industry....go with them always. an HX850 is PERFECT for your build. even a bit overkill, which is always good.
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No, Corsair is not what they used to be. They are always my last choice these days when I recommend PSUs because their PSUs are usually overpriced for what you get, unlike the old days just a couple of years ago. See the list below and look at how many PSUs you can get that are awesome but not made by Corsair:

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies

 

It's time the world forgets about Corsair when it comes to PSUs. If the only PSUs everyone recommends are Corsair or SeaSonic, then guess what the market will eventually dwindle down to? Nothing but Corsair and SeaSonic due to demand:

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/1177728/the-problem-with-a-single-psu-brand

 

I don't know about anyone else, but I like having as large of a variety as there is on the market today. However, it's not easy for stores to sell PSUs that aren't made by Corsair because most people don't know any better. Go over to SevenForums and ask for a PSU recommendation: I guarantee you that the only recommendations you'll get are either Corsair or SeaSonic, with Corsair being their first recommendation. A few people who might know a little more about PSUs might recommend some SeaSonic units, but that's about it. The average Joe on the street will just recommend Corsair, and I'm getting sick of it.


Edited by TwoCables - 5/31/13 at 4:43pm
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Do you really need a nearly $300 motherboard?  Unless you need some specific features of an expensive board like that, you can get the same performance from the $150 Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H or (slightly more expensive) UD5 instead (or if you want Asus, the P8Z77-V).  There's very little value for the extra cost of that motherboard. 

 

You can also save $50 with different DDR3-1866 RAM - the Dominators are crazy overpriced.

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No, Corsair is not what they used to be. They are always my last choice these days when I recommend PSUs because their PSUs are usually overpriced for what you get, unlike the old days just a couple of years ago. See the list below and look at how many PSUs you can get that are awesome but not made by Corsair:

http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies

It's time the world forgets about Corsair when it comes to PSUs. If the only PSUs everyone recommends are Corsair or SeaSonic, then guess what the market will eventually dwindle down to? Nothing but Corsair and SeaSonic due to demand:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1177728/the-problem-with-a-single-psu-brand

I don't know about anyone else, but I like having as large of a variety as there is on the market today. However, it's not easy for stores to sell PSUs that aren't made by Corsair because most people don't know any better. Go over to SevenForums and ask for a PSU recommendation: I guarantee you that the only recommendations you'll get are either Corsair or SeaSonic, with Corsair being their first recommendation. A few people who might know a little more about PSUs might recommend some SeaSonic units, but that's about it. The average Joe on the street will just recommend Corsair, and I'm getting sick of it.

Well, I learned something today. Its a shame I already bought my AX860. Well, we learn from our mistakes.
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Well, I learned something today. Its a shame I already bought my AX860. Well, we learn from our mistakes.
Uh, we're still perfectly fine with our corsair power supplies. Don't give in to the cynicism. In the enthusiast market if something's good, people will buy, it's simple as that.
   
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I dont understand, why would you pay $459.99 for a GTX 670, when the GTX 770 is starting at 399.99.... and it our performs GTX 680's?..... I would look into the 7xx series of cards.
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Uh, we're still perfectly fine with our corsair power supplies. Don't give in to the cynicism. In the enthusiast market if something's good, people will buy, it's simple as that.

 

That doesn't make them the best choice on the market.

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