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Howdy! First post, but have been lurking for a while trying to gain some information/learn something, not sure if I have yet, but we’ll see haha

I’m looking to build an all-around computer/gaming computer now that I’ll finally be out of school in a few months, but I’m not too sure about all I have going on here….

Also would like to stay close to my current budget. Although, I probably won’t be able to build the computer for the next 3-5 months, so if prices drop drastically for some reason I could possibly change some things around.

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks

CPU: Intel Core i7-4770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor ($329.99 @ Newegg)
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 65.0 CFM CPU Cooler ($59.99 @ NCIX US)
Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth Z87 ATX LGA1150 Motherboard ($249.29 @ Newegg)
Memory: Crucial Ballistix Sport XT 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($149.99 @ Micro Center)
Storage: Crucial M500 120GB 2.5" Solid State Disk ($72.00 @ Amazon)
Storage: Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($83.97 @ OutletPC)
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 770 2GB Superclocked ACX Video Card ($329.99 @ Newegg)
Case: Cooler Master HAF 922 (Black) ATX Mid Tower Case ($99.99 @ Amazon)
Power Supply: Corsair Professional 850W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply ($149.99 @ Newegg)
Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS DVD/CD Writer ($19.98 @ OutletPC)
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8.1 (OEM) (64-bit) ($89.98 @ OutletPC)
Monitor: Asus VN247H-P 23.6" Monitor ($169.95 @ Amazon)
Case Fan: Cooler Master Megaflow 110.0 CFM 200mm Fan ($14.98 @ OutletPC)
Keyboard: Corsair Vengeance K70 Wired Gaming Keyboard ($107.99 @ Amazon)
Mouse: Cooler Master CM Storm Spawn Wired Optical Mouse ($15.98 @ Newegg)
Other: XTRAC PADS Ripper Optical Mouse Pad ($14.99)
Total: $1936.05
(Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available.)
(Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-05-16 04:08 EDT-0400)

These are the parts I have picked, as of now, but I have a few questions:

QUESTIONS

1- Do I really need at i7? Would i5 be better? Or would wanting to future proof for 3-5 years make the i7 a better option?

2- Will the Noctua NH-D14 fit? It seems huge and a lot of people, from what I’ve read, have suggested getting low profile RAM if it is gotten, is this entirely necessary?

Also, if wanting to over clock and possibly use dual GPUs down the road, would something like the H100i be better? I don’t want to get too into water cooling for my first build, it seems a bit more of a hobby than a necessity.

3- Is the ASUS sabertooth z87 overkill? I see it recommended a lot, but I also see that a lot of people use other z87 boards. Besides the way it looks and all the good reviews of the board, I can’t really see what makes it any better than a much cheaper z87 board.

4- I want to also use this computer for everyday things and photo editing, would 8gb of RAM be more than enough? Also, with the idea of future proofing, should I just stick with the 16? I’ve read that games probably won’t need more than 8gb of RAM for a while, but I really don’t know much to anything about that…

5- I’ve seen that most people recommend getting a SSD for the OS and primarily used programs and a regular HDD for everything else, and this makes complete sense to me, but I was curious as to how large of an SSD is good. I’ve seen people recommend getting a smaller HDD and a larger SSD, but I store a lot of photos and things in large formats and wouldn’t like to run out of room any time soon… I store most videos on external HDDs so I’m not worried about that.

6- I prefer NVIDIA over AMD and always have, but I was curious as to whether or not the 770 would be enough to run games on ultra settings for current and games to come in the next 3-5 years? I’m thinking of getting another 770 down the line, too. But I heard that games might be requiring more VRAM soonish and was wondering if the 770s 2gb was enough and would be enough, especially if I get another down the line. Would I be better saving more money and getting a single better card now instead of using two later?

7- I really like the color scheme of this case and the size isn’t too extreme, but I’m also not a huge fan of the fact that it has HAF on it real large, all pictures of the case I’ve seen seem to show that it
s pretty noticeable, but I was curious if it really was in reality? It also looks to be great for air-cooling, which I’m in favor of at the moment.

Would anyone be able to recommend any comparable cases, color scheme and style wise?

8- I’ve seen a lot of similar builds and some better that use smaller PSUs, but I’m not too sure about how well they’d hold up down the line with two GPUs. Is the PSU I’ve selected extreme overkill? The pcpartpicker list says 442W, but with a second GPU, I was thinking at least around 600, and figured why not just go further, but is it just way too much?

9- I’m pretty sure about everything else I have selected here for peripherals, they go along with the red/black theme, the monitor seems to be decent and not too expensive as well as favored by those running three of them, which I’d like to do down the line.

That being said, I’m open to recommendations for these items, too.

The fan is because the case, from what I’ve seen, doesn’t include a side panel fan? I’m also debating getting another fan for the bottom, but am not sure how it’d fit, but considering the option is there, I assume it would…

Also, a bit more random: what resolution should I be aiming for with gaming? I mean, I’m pretty familiar with 1080 because of my TV, but I know there’s better. I’m most familiar with games on my ps3 currently, which most are at 720p and I play them on a 32” TV, would a 23” monitor at 1080p be a lot different? I mean, noticeably? With the parts I have selected, or similar, what kind of resolution would I be looking at? (not sure if intended pun)

Thanks a ton for the help, opinions, and reading! Sorry this is so long...
post #2 of 63

The only thing I personally really know the definitive answer to is about the PSU: yeah, it's very overkill unless you plan on using a modified/custom BIOS to overvolt the 770s (plural, for when you get a 2nd one later on). This overvolting would be past what you can do with the stock BIOS.

 

With two 770s at stock and the 4770K at 4.5 GHz, your power consumption while gaming will never exceed about 550W. So, a good quality-made 650W PSU would be perfect for this build - and it would cost a lot less as well. For example: the 650W Rosewill CAPSTONE Modular Cable Version Series (the 650-M) for $99.99 with free shipping available:

 

http://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-Certified-Power-Supply-CAPSTONE-650-M/dp/B00822BTLC

 

This would be more than enough.

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post #3 of 63
Personally (and this is my personal preference) I also get a psu that's way more than my needs. It's one less thing to upgrade when you decide to change components and because it's not running close to max capacity it will last longer an run cooler to boot. A good psu lasts years and I'd rather it be a good one so I don't have to splurge later.

Your machine has great specs. For video editing 16gb would be preferable. Games won't use 16gb for a while yet but it means less page file swapping when you're really using the machine.

Your gpu though...I'd seriously consider getting a 780 instead of te 770 especially if you want this machine to last you a while.

The Noctua cooler really is massive. It does the job quite well though. But of the budget allows consider getting a closed loop cooler instead. Because when you decide to overclock this thing beyond what the Noctua can handle you'll want some proper cooling back up. So get the H100i. It works pretty well.

Your board isn't overkill. A good board with lots of features can be great as a platform investment and if you're looking for a system to last you a few years. Dont skimp now. especially since you plan on sli in the future.

The size of your SSD is good. Honestly for just os loading and page file it's perfect since all the other stuff can go on the slower HDD. And all that will happen if you install games is a slightly longer loading time.

Overall. Good job.

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Personally (and this is my personal preference) I also get a psu that's way more than my needs. It's one less thing to upgrade when you decide to change components

 

It depends on what you can usually afford too. Sometimes even a good quality-made 450W PSU is "future-proofing" if one's budget is always going to be low. Sometimes even SeaSonic's 360W G Series PSU is more than enough for "future-proofing", especially if the person knows that they'll never have more than one low-end video card and will hardly ever even stress it due to never really doing much gaming anyway.

 

So, it all depends. Sometimes, a good 850W+ PSU is future-proofing for people who are usually able to spend a lot more for video cards.

 

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and because it's not running close to max capacity it will last longer an run cooler to boot.

 

This is not an issue for good quality-made PSUs. Besides, and again, his gaming power draw will only max out at around 550W (it will not be a constant 550W power draw while gaming, but it will simply max out at around 550). That's not a 24/7 power draw. When he's not gaming, it will be significantly lower than that, probably 150W or less.

 

The kind of quality-made 650W PSUs that I would be recommending (such as the 650-M) have a +12V capacity of 648W. So, yeah, the PSU can easily deliver 650W 24/7 if it's ever needed. It's designed for it. So again, this isn't an issue.

 

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A good psu lasts years and I'd rather it be a good one so I don't have to splurge later.

 

Yeah, and the 650-M is a good one. His future upgrade plans are to maybe add another 770...

 

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Your gpu though...I'd seriously consider getting a 780 instead of te 770 especially if you want this machine to last you a while.

 

Yeah. I have to agree because you'll have 3 GB of VRAM and a more powerful GPU. Plus, if you add another 780 down the road, the 650-M still has plenty of power for you while gaming (gaming will result in your highest power consumption compared to anything else that you could do with your computer, outside of Folding or Mining on both the CPU and the video cards simultaneously).


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I have now come to consensus with TwoCables. Get the 650-M

Oh and the i7 not just for future proofing but when video encoding the fact that it can handle 8 threads will speed up your productivity. Plus it's faster out the box without needing to do anything. So I'd recommend that smile.gif
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XFX XTR is 10$ more for that you get a better PSU and fully modular if the OP cares about that

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207031

ANd yes 850 watts is overkill unless its for 3 video cards
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Personally (and this is my personal preference) I also get a psu that's way more than my needs. It's one less thing to upgrade when you decide to change components and because it's not running close to max capacity it will last longer an run cooler to boot. A good psu lasts years and I'd rather it be a good one so I don't have to splurge later.

Your machine has great specs. For video editing 16gb would be preferable. Games won't use 16gb for a while yet but it means less page file swapping when you're really using the machine.

Your gpu though...I'd seriously consider getting a 780 instead of te 770 especially if you want this machine to last you a while.

Your board isn't overkill. A good board with lots of features can be great as a platform investment and if you're looking for a system to last you a few years. Dont skimp now. especially since you plan on sli in the future.

The Noctua cooler really is massive. It does the job quite well though. But of the budget allows consider getting a closed loop cooler instead. Because when you decide to overclock this thing beyond what the Noctua can handle you'll want some proper cooling back up. So get the H100i. It works pretty well.

The size of your SSD is good. Honestly for just os loading and page file it's perfect since all the other stuff can go on the slower HDD. And all that will happen if you install games is a slightly longer loading time.

Overall. Good job.

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Thanks, I'm not actually thinking about video editing too much, but mostly photo editing for now. Does this make much of a difference? I mean, I obviously won't be rendering anything nearly as intense, I doubt.

Hmm, I looked and different 780s and I'm not too sure which one is the best, there are a lot of them haha The most popular one seems to be this, but for about $60 more there's a 6gb one? And at that point would it be worth just saving more for a Ti?

Beyond what the Noctua can handle? I've read that the D14 was supposed to one of the best air coolers you could get at this price range, if not comparable to the h100i. Maybe I should do some more research comparing the two...

So with the 120gb SSD you don't think I'd have room for programs as well? Or is the difference in speeds not that great?

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The only thing I personally really know the definitive answer to is about the PSU: yeah, it's very overkill unless you plan on using a modified/custom BIOS to overvolt the 770s (plural, for when you get a 2nd one later on). This overvolting would be past what you can do with the stock BIOS.

With two 770s at stock and the 4770K at 4.5 GHz, your power consumption while gaming will never exceed about 550W. So, a good quality-made 650W PSU would be perfect for this build - and it would cost a lot less as well. For example: the 650W Rosewill CAPSTONE Modular Cable Version Series (the 650-M) for $99.99 with free shipping available:

http://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-Certified-Power-Supply-CAPSTONE-650-M/dp/B00822BTLC

This would be more than enough.

Considering I have no idea how to do what you just stated, I don't think I'd be doing that hahah But I'll definitely look into what that's all about now.

Thanks for the recommendation!

And you said in another post that even with two 780s I'd be fine with the 650-M, as well.
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XFX XTR is 10$ more for that you get a better PSU and fully modular if the OP cares about that

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207031

ANd yes 850 watts is overkill unless its for 3 video cards

What makes this one better? The specs seem incredibly similar to me? The XFX actually shows less than the Rosewell on newegg...
Also, nice avatar.

Thanks for the responses everybody!
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It's not all about specifications. In the world of PSUs, you can have two PSUs with identical specifications, but very different internals. One could have very good capacitors, very good voltage regulation, very low ripple, while the other could suck very hard.

 

This isn't to say that the XTR is leaps and bounds better; it's just a little bit better. Really, we're just splitting hairs here.

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Ah, so how do you know? Buy it and find out? I mean, I can find more reviews for the Rosewell, and most are good, while I can find less reviews about the XFX, but they're all good, too. The fact that it's modular seems nice, though, but the rose well's non modular cables are also ones that need to be used either way, right?
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Ah, so how do you know? Buy it and find out? I mean, I can find more reviews for the Rosewell, and most are good, while I can find less reviews about the XFX, but they're all good, too. The fact that it's modular seems nice, though, but the rose well's non modular cables are also ones that need to be used either way, right?

XFX XTR is a fully modular version of the Seasonic G

You can compare the two here
http://www.overclock.net/t/1430448/4-mid-range-psu-s-compared
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