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You just need to look harder on realhardtechx as pretty much everything is there.
Also why change the PSU you already picked i never said multi rail was bad just something you should be aware of.

Multi rail is in fact a hell of a lot safer when you go above 1200-1300 watts almost all PSU´s above are multi rail and i would be surprised if the new Corsair AX1500i has a single 12v rail
You made it sound like a bad idea for overvolting.
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You made it sound like a bad idea for overvolting.

It has cons and pros as i said i think the OP should make the choice himself.
On the other hand that Antec while a very good PSU its overpriced the EVGA SuperNova G2/P2 are much better bang for buck
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Considering that LGA 2011 is getting rolled out in H2 of 2014 I would say wait until (early may) Z97 and go i7.

Edit: or you can wait until X99 which is who knows knows how long it'll last them. You'll pretty much be set with any thing from intel for 3 years.

Do you need, Keyboard, mouse and/or a monitor?


Unfortunately I can not wait that long because I have to buy all the parts at the beginning of May (May 5). I think the alternative of spending less in these parts (Motherboard, Processor) and buy them in the coming year doing upgrading in my "new machine". Keyboard, mouse and monitor (I'm leaving old ones I have for now, expect a better price fall. Monitor Full HD 1080 to 1920). What do you think?
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Big baller to be able to afford to buy Amazon and Newegg! king.gif

What is your 3500 budget? Barrels of oil? Gold bars?

Welcome to OCN Cruizerdot wink.gif

I would have actually had a good RAM recommendation for you but you already have some quality sticks.


I plan to do water cooling system a little more forward, because my interest at this point is a high-end configuration. : D
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It has cons and pros as i said i think the OP should make the choice himself.
On the other hand that Antec while a very good PSU its overpriced the EVGA SuperNova G2/P2 are much better bang for buck
Yes, but just for the sake of the proposed build.
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post #26 of 69
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case you got one

CPU http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116939

mobo http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132053

ram- you got some

PSU http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438010

GPU
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487002 2 of these

SSD http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147193 2 of these

that's about 3100 so the rest can go on a cpu cooler & fans

you don't say if you want a certain color scheme or if you want to watercool or need periphals like a kb/m/monitor so I just threw this together.

Z87 might be a better option if you need or want the above.

ill do another if you tell us what you need overall

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- So this PSU has active PFC? I was looking for a source with the highest possible efficiency. I have doubts on how much I will need for a source, because I will make overclockers processor and possibly GPUs. I also wish that the PSU is all modular cables.
- GPUs compensates more or buy the gtx780 ti gtx780ti classified?
- SSDs is interesting to raid 0? Or is it better to buy a 500GB SSD?
- I need a HDD to store my video files or even some games.
- I want to keep the budget in 3,000 dollares if possible.
post #27 of 69
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I made this just then as a start: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3vDTK


That 850w PSU will support my future overclocks? Compensates buy these GTX780ti Edition you indicated? I think they are very expensive cost pro x beneficio.SSDs only for storage, still prefer the layout of a HDD for storage of video files and SSDs for system and some games.
I want to keep the budget under $ 3000.
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With a decent budget like this I would put some of the money towards some decent audio. I frequently see people neglect the audio part of these decent budget builds. What sort of usage will your rig see? Primarily gaming? Will you be listening to music and/or watching movies/tv?


Yes, use primarily for gaming and watching some movies and anime. biggrin.gif
post #29 of 69
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That 850w PSU will support my future overclocks? Compensates buy these GTX780ti Edition you indicated? I think they are very expensive cost pro x beneficio.SSDs only for storage, still prefer the layout of a HDD for storage of video files and SSDs for system and some games.
I want to keep the budget under $ 3000.

750 watts is enough for two GTX 780 ti cards and OC, its only if you start to overvolt your cards you need more power
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post #30 of 69
i would wait for the new maxwells and get the new z97 mobos top of the line
get the most expensive cpu for that socket.
then get a nice psu like 1200 watts
although i heard psus with over 1000 watts tend to have some issues. mine has some coil whine here and there although my graphics cards coil whine is worse, they can sing all they like i got headphones on thumb.gif

only get that much power if your gonna run more than one card and depends what kind of card. nvidia is better with less power, amd consumes more. you could fit like 3 nvidia gpus with an 850 or so
but some 290s can consume as much as 400 each and more if you overclock.

then get 64 gigs of ram with cl9 latency something like 1600mhz or higher if you want but i prefer lower latency on my ram its common with lower speeds it seems headscratch.gif

then buy a corsair 900D and one big sata drive for your os, then one for games, one for video recording and another for w/e, just divide everything you want to do with your pc and put one ssd for it.

buy some noctua fans or phanteks OR liquid cool your system or just get a closed loop cooler for the cpu and buy something like the noctua dh14 for cpu if you go on air.

i think thats it, double check the load power consumption for your choice of cards and how much you want to run, are you gonna run more than one display? and how many?
there things to think about

and check prices for all that, could possibly top 3500, more or less
and you dont really need the most expensive mobo but in case its too much money then consider what you want to overspend on, the gpus? cpu and motherboard? getting liquid cooling is also expensive

for me i would go on gpus and a good powersupply, then get a mobo that you know well, the features etc. if you overclock thats something else to consider..still 150-200 dollar range mobo will def suffice.
Edited by DrClaw - 4/21/14 at 6:18am
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