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post #11 of 20
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The downside to air coolers are you cant fit them in very small cases unless the case is wide enough so you better check that the case you picked has room for 120mm high air coolers.
If it does not you have to pick a case that does.

Also what size and speed is the RAM kit you picked?

 

Hey, yea ive seen your last post. I picked a CM V450 Gold (was best within price range) to replace that Seasonic. Also the case support 150mm coolers which is perfect.

 

The ram kit is 2x4GB / 1866mhz / CL10/10/10/30


Edited by 1337LutZ - 5/18/15 at 2:31am
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post #12 of 20
You can stream with an i5 if you need to save the money, though an i7 would be better suited for the job. Are they streaming PC or console games?
post #13 of 20
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You can stream with an i5 if you need to save the money, though an i7 would be better suited for the job. Are they streaming PC or console games?

 

Mainly PC games, in the future might also stream some console. Money is not really the issue, but keeping it close to 1200 would be nice.

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post #14 of 20
For console streaming, I would recommend a Blackmagic Intensity Pro 4K. Other capture cards simply aren't as good, but any capture card is better than using a console's native streaming capability.
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or get a Thermalright Macho rev A
add a case you prefer
post #16 of 20
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or get a Thermalright Macho rev A
add a case you prefer

 

Can you explain your choices? That 850W PSU for instance does not make any sense.

Why would you prefer a 240gb + 1tb HDD over a 512gb SSD for gaming?

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post #17 of 20
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Can you explain your choices? That 850W PSU for instance does not make any sense.
Why would you prefer a 240gb + 1tb HDD over a 512gb SSD for gaming?
well for crossfire, why it wouldnt make any sense?
but i dindt check that the ssd was 512, but for gaming the ssd wont improve the performance, just load time

https://www.alternate.nl/Sandisk/Ultra-II-480-GB-SSD/html/product/1155896?event=search
post #18 of 20
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well for crossfire, why it wouldnt make any sense?
but i dindt check that the ssd was 512, but for gaming the ssd wont improve the performance, just load time

https://www.alternate.nl/Sandisk/Ultra-II-480-GB-SSD/html/product/1155896?event=search

 

 

Isnt load time also performance? also for rendering etc it might be handy imo.

 

But the i5/i7 choice, i7 is beter for rendering in general right?

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post #19 of 20
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Isnt load time also performance? also for rendering etc it might be handy imo.

But the i5/i7 choice, i7 is beter for rendering in general right?
well in rendering maybe for exporting, I didnt read the part that wasnt gaming.

yes an i7 is better choice,does the renderign progrma use opencl?
post #20 of 20
I won't want to store your renders on the SSD. That's what the high capacity HDD is for. How large are the games you plan on playing? I'd want a 256 GB as my primary drive and maybe grab another for games down the road.
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