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Hi, this is my first time making a computer and I would greatly appreciate it if some could tell me what they think of these parts smile.gif I wanted to build a computer which won't cost me an arm and a leg to replace a broken part. So I ended up going with:

Motherboard: AsRock B85M-ITX
GPU: 750Ti 2Gb
CPU: i3-4130
HDD: two Western Digital Scorpio Blue WD5000BEVT 500GB (A bit expensive for storage but I already have two from a laptop)
RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 1600 (F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL)
PSU: SILVERSTONE ST45SF-G 450W
Case: SilverStone Raven RVZ01

Is it compatible?
post #1042 of 7141
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Originally Posted by whoanelly View Post

So all that being said, how is the noise level with you unit?
Like I said in my previous post, absolutely ok. Noise is highly subjecitve anyhow, but if you want to compare it I would say on a level (probably a bit louder) than a old fat PS3.
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Originally Posted by OCPG View Post

So does this mean you'll keep the case this time? biggrin.gif Sounds like the noise issues are gone, and that's great! thumb.gif

Yes, I'll be keeping this one. smile.gif

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Hey capt,

Numbers look good!. I think I will go through the effort and swap. I gotta gk in there anyway when I get the blu ray drive replacement.

Can you try aida64? You get a 30 day free trial. Run a load test with that and it will give live load temps.

I'll test aida64 out tonight.

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Like I said in my previous post, absolutely ok. Noise is highly subjecitve anyhow, but if you want to compare it I would say on a level (probably a bit louder) than a old fat PS3.

Yeah, I would compare the noise to a PS3 super slim when you have a disc in the drive that is spinning. It isn't that bad depending on your fan setup.
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Originally Posted by Darksquid1 View Post

Hi, this is my first time making a computer and I would greatly appreciate it if some could tell me what they think of these parts smile.gif I wanted to build a computer which won't cost me an arm and a leg to replace a broken part. So I ended up going with:

Motherboard: AsRock B85M-ITX
GPU: 750Ti 2Gb
CPU: i3-4130
HDD: two Western Digital Scorpio Blue WD5000BEVT 500GB (A bit expensive for storage but I already have two from a laptop)
RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 1600 (F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL)
PSU: SILVERSTONE ST45SF-G 450W
Case: SilverStone Raven RVZ01

Is it compatible?

Yeah, that is a good build. Which cooler are you going with? Do those Ripjaws have high heat sinks on them?
post #1045 of 7141
Hi, I just want to confirm that this XFX Double D Radeon R9 270X video card will fit. The dimensions on the Newegg product page say 9.9" X 4.4" X 1.5", so I'm assuming that the biggest number, 9.9", is the length and would fit since it's less than the 13" mentioned on the first page.
post #1046 of 7141
Thanks for replying CaptainZombie! I was thinking about using the stock CPU cooler.

I don't believe that the G.Skill Ripjaws (F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL) come with heat sink (correct me if I am wrong).

Does it make much of a difference having RAM with heat sink? (I quick google told me that heat sink on RAM isn't really needed for most builds)

I want to keep the cost of this build to a minimal.
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i5 3330, 8gb's 1600mhz ddr3, 120gb ssd, and a asus direct cu gtx 670 mini

board doesn't have usb 3 header so i used my last adapter.
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post #1048 of 7141
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Hi, I just want to confirm that this XFX Double D Radeon R9 270X video card will fit. The dimensions on the Newegg product page say 9.9" X 4.4" X 1.5", so I'm assuming that the biggest number, 9.9", is the length and would fit since it's less than the 13" mentioned on the first page.

Hi blunt eastwood!

I do not own the case (so I am no expert) but I would say that the 270X video card would fit into the case. As stated at http://www.silverstonetek.com/raven/products/index.php?model=RVZ01, the RVZ07 case can fit GPUs up to (length) 13" by (width) 5.88". As for the height I know that some people are able to fit cards which are 4.376" tall. Therefore I would assume that the R9 270X would fit.

Hope this helps smile.gif
post #1049 of 7141
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Originally Posted by Darksquid1 View Post

Thanks for replying CaptainZombie! I was thinking about using the stock CPU cooler.

I don't believe that the G.Skill Ripjaws (F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL) come with heat sink (correct me if I am wrong).

Does it make much of a difference having RAM with heat sink? (I quick google told me that heat sink on RAM isn't really needed for most builds)

I want to keep the cost of this build to a minimal.

Nope, heat sink doesn't make a great difference. For example the samsung miracle memory has no heatsink and overclocks like magic. And I'm pretty satisfied with my cheapo VLP kingston sticks, too.
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Thanks for replying CaptainZombie! I was thinking about using the stock CPU cooler.

I don't believe that the G.Skill Ripjaws (F3-12800CL9D-4GBRL) come with heat sink (correct me if I am wrong).

Does it make much of a difference having RAM with heat sink? (I quick google told me that heat sink on RAM isn't really needed for most builds)

I want to keep the cost of this build to a minimal.

The only reason I ask is because if you went with a CPU cooler that's not the intel cooler you could run into an issue with high heatsink a on the RAM. If your sticking with the Intel then your good.
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