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Hey guys, I had a thread a few days ago about upgrading my computer with $1000... well I will be able to bump my budget to almost $1200 after I finish selling some things. I got yesterday an Intel 5820k and the MSI 99XA Raider motherboard for like $440 AR. I'm trying to set a $200 budget for a CPU cooler and 2x8GB DDR4... I was dumb enough to forget that my Thermaltake Frio doesn't work for 2011 socket and I don't think I'm eligible for the free kit.

What cooler and ram do you guys recommend for this build? I was hoping to get a 4.0-4.5Ghz overclock and considering Corsair Memory Hydro Series H110 280mm for $95 on Jet.com after coupon. I'm trying to spend the least possible without cheaping out that much to still have enough or almost enough for 980 ti or if I can't do this I might go for a 390x and crossfire later in the future.

Thanks in advance!
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post #2 of 21
Corsair's Dominator series is solid DDR4!

their 2666mhz kit have 2 XMP profiles for 2666, and 2800 and can sometimes do 3000mhz when overclocked depending on the chips.

I like the H110i 'GT' myself for coolers however! new profile of the block is so easy to apply now!
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post #3 of 21
If you want an AIO cooler get a Swiftech H220x or H240x instead.
Or get an air cooler as those are cheaper more quiet and way more reliable then Corsair AIO coolers are.
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I can vouch for D15S, great temps on 4790K, which is still hotter than 5820K. With the fan running @1500rpm the temps barely break 50 degrees (TW3), with PWM the fan is quieter and the temps around 55-57. Excellent installation process, down to the last detail. Zero compability problems even with tall RAM. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

I can vouch for D15S, great temps on 4790K, which is still hotter than 5820K. With the fan running @1500rpm the temps barely break 50 degrees (TW3), with PWM the fan is quieter and the temps around 55-57. Excellent installation process, down to the last detail. Zero compability problems even with tall RAM. thumb.gif
Only problem with the D15S is it might block off the top PCI-E port on X99 and X99 motherboards.
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post #6 of 21
I think with tight budget you should save some money with GSkill memory. With 2x8GB you lose concept of Quad Channel one of advantage X99 platform.
You should concentrate on kits 4x4GB up to 2800MHz... They work on default voltage 1.2V and increasing on 1.35V you will have some space for OC if IMC allow you.
And they are much cheaper and all IMC support slower kits.
Better than spending more money on 3000-3200MHz with default 1.35V and than you figure out memory controller in CPU can't support so much.
Even 2400/2666 MHz you will not feel difference after you OC Uncore and set tighter latency. I keep on default speed 2666 MHz only instead 15-17-17 I keep on 15-15-15.
I think that's better than 2800MHz C16 or C17.
Today you can find Giskill Ripjaws 4x4GB for 130-140$ and 4x8GB for 230$ and no reason to pay 200$ for Dominator Platinum 16GB.
OK they look much better but I even think that GSkill use better modules for cheaper kits. Again some of us love everything to look nice and I keep Dominator Platinum 2666 even if I have GSkill Ripjaws 2800. For CPU Cooler is best to concentrate on some single 120mm fan AIO Systems. Some of them don't need bracket at all for X99 only install block and tight with screws and much easier later to replace paste after several months and to clean computer. With Air Cooler you can't do nothing, even replacing graphic card or memory is very hard.

These kits are nice and QVL for your motherboard

2400 Black

http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-2400c15q-16grk

http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-2400c15q-32grk

2666 Red
http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-2666c15q-16grr

http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-2666c15q-32grr


2800 Black
http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-2800c16q-16grk

http://www.gskill.com/en/product/f4-2800c16q-32grk


My opinion is that for you is best this kit 2800MHz 32GB on 1.200V from last link.
Best price/speed/performance/compatibility ratio. Very small number of IMC will not support that on manual settings to work in specifications and they are not so expensive. MSI and GSkill mark him as compatible with your motherboard, and it's black as your mobo. I have same kit only 16GB he is on link above.
You can't find cheaper and better memory than that.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231824&cm_re=gskill_2800-_-20-231-824-_-Product

https://geizhals.at/g-skill-ripjaws-4-schwarz-dimm-kit-32gb-f4-2800c16q-32grk-a1203528.html
Edited by Vlada011 - 11/1/15 at 12:39pm
post #7 of 21
Is this a gaming pc or it requires some extra task?

Because a gpu upgrade would be the best choice.but hold for 2016 cards
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120mm AIO coolers are a joke and they cant cool worth a damm.
Most air coolers are better cheaper more quiet and way more reliable.
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post #9 of 21
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I think with tight budget you should save some money with GSkill memory. With 2x8GB you lose concept of Quad Channel one of advantage X99 platform.

I wanted to go 2x8GB just to get the computer running and eventually I will get another set of 2x8GB... those are my plans. But I'm so off tech now days that it might not be the best plan.

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Is this a gaming pc or it requires some extra task?

Because a gpu upgrade would be the best choice.but hold for 2016 cards

My main focus was gaming, but things have shifted for me. Now I have a focus on gaming and also some school work and video editing. The school work will require me to run some virtual inviroments using virtual box and vmware fusion. Also I thought it was a great deal on the cpu/mobo I got for only $440 which also had to do with my decision.

Since I only have a 29:9 1080p monitor I was thinking of getting a 290x to hold me off until the next GPUs, but I've been holding on GPUs for some long and have kept my 7950 which has started to fall short on some of the games I play.

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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

120mm AIO coolers are a joke and they cant cool worth a damm.
Most air coolers are better cheaper more quiet and way more reliable.

I'm hoping I can get the free 2011 kit for my Thermaltake Frio or for a small price. I will give it shot... It has kept my 2500k pretty cool.

But I have to admit... now days I have no idea what are the best coolers and forgetting about my cooler not fitting in the new 2011 socket can show that. I completely forgot that when I was trying to set money for each individual pc part I was planning to upgrade.

If I don't get the cpu cooler I will be left with around $600~ left for a 980ti which from what some people have told me it might be a good idea to hold until the new GPUs and until I get my new monitor which will be next year.
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post #10 of 21
I have both a 5820k and Dom platinum 3000 c15

I recommend either the EK predator 240 or 360.
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