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-I haven't found a proper category for "general system builds", so I'm posting it to the most relevant category I found. Please move this thread if there is a proper place for it somewhere.-

I'm planning on building a brand new system for myself sometime mid/late 2016 and I'm starting to plan everything out. This is how it looks so far:

Location: EU, but I've got no problems with buying from anywhere
Budget: 2.000$
Components:
i7-6700k (significant overclocking planned)
Gigabyte GTX980 G1
Gigabyte Z170X-UD5
Samsung 850EVO 500GB
EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W
Kingston HyperX Fury Black 16 or 32GB 2666MHz

Usage: Games, videoediting, programing (including 3D graphics)

Two things I'm unsure about and would appreciate any advice:

1) Is it worth it to get AIO watercooling or should I go with air? Noise isn't that much of an issue, I'd like to have my system quiet, but a few additional db won't hurt. Custom loops are a bit too expensive to my taste, but I've been thinking about the H110i GT/Noctua NH-D15. Or would you recommend something completely different?
2) What case to get, depending on the cooler? I'm looking for something with good airflow options, transparent side (preferably smooth transparent material, not a mesh) and if I go with watercooling, probably a topmount option.

Comments and suggestions for other components are welcome as well!
I know there is a lot in store for this year (Pascal, Zen, etc.), so things might change drastically depending on what comes out.
Thanks!
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Originally Posted by Eldan View Post

-I haven't found a proper category for "general system builds", so I'm posting it to the most relevant category I found. Please move this thread if there is a proper place for it somewhere.-

I'm planning on building a brand new system for myself sometime mid/late 2016 and I'm starting to plan everything out. This is how it looks so far:

Location: EU, but I've got no problems with buying from anywhere
Budget: 2.000$
Components:
i7-6700k (significant overclocking planned)
Gigabyte GTX980 G1
Gigabyte Z170X-UD5
Samsung 850EVO 500GB
EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W
Kingston HyperX Fury Black 16 or 32GB 2666MHz

Usage: Games, videoediting, programing (including 3D graphics)

Two things I'm unsure about and would appreciate any advice:

1) Is it worth it to get AIO watercooling or should I go with air? Noise isn't that much of an issue, I'd like to have my system quiet, but a few additional db won't hurt. Custom loops are a bit too expensive to my taste, but I've been thinking about the H110i GT/Noctua NH-D15. Or would you recommend something completely different?
2) What case to get, depending on the cooler? I'm looking for something with good airflow options, transparent side (preferably smooth transparent material, not a mesh) and if I go with watercooling, probably a topmount option.

Comments and suggestions for other components are welcome as well!
I know there is a lot in store for this year (Pascal, Zen, etc.), so things might change drastically depending on what comes out.

With the 5820k being cheaper I would go with it and a Giga SLI or something even better. With the price difference of the Chip you could get a good X99 mobo and a 6 core I7. As far as the memory I like the G-Skill ripjaws V myself but I am sure that Hyper would be fine too.

Thanks!
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What about using an AIO, which you can upgrade later on, like the brandnew Swiftech kits ? They´re awesome !

http://www.swiftech.com/aio.aspx
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post #4 of 50
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Originally Posted by Devildog83 View Post

With the 5820k being cheaper I would go with it and a Giga SLI or something even better. With the price difference of the Chip you could get a good X99 mobo and a 6 core I7. As far as the memory I like the G-Skill ripjaws V myself but I am sure that Hyper would be fine too.
I don't really want to go into SLI, because it costs too much for too little added performance. If I had to go bigger, it would be the 980Ti, but I think I'll be fine with the 980.
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What about using an AIO, which you can upgrade later on, like the brandnew Swiftech kits ? They´re awesome !
http://www.swiftech.com/aio.aspx
They do look cool, I'll wait until there are some reviews and performance comparisons. Upgradability of the loop isn't exactly a need for me, I just need something that would cool well and be decently quiet.
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For the case you could go with the Corsair Carbide Air 540. Excellent for water as well as air cooling:
http://www.corsair.com/en/carbide-series-air-540-high-airflow-atx-cube-case
    
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Originally Posted by Eldan View Post

I don't really want to go into SLI, because it costs too much for too little added performance. If I had to go bigger, it would be the 980Ti, but I think I'll be fine with the 980.
They do look cool, I'll wait until there are some reviews and performance comparisons. Upgradability of the loop isn't exactly a need for me, I just need something that would cool well and be decently quiet.

The Giabyte x99 SLI is the name of the motherboard, you don't have to run SLI. It's a good board for a good price that was the point,
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Originally Posted by pennover View Post

For the case you could go with the Corsair Carbide Air 540. Excellent for water as well as air cooling:
http://www.corsair.com/en/carbide-series-air-540-high-airflow-atx-cube-case
I totally forgot about Corsair when going through cases. Yeah, I'll probably end up buying this one, or an Obsidian 450D/750D
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The Giabyte x99 SLI is the name of the motherboard, you don't have to run SLI. It's a good board for a good price that was the point
Sorry, my bad. I'm mostly looking for a board with good OC capabilities. No doubt this board is nice, but I've had great experience with Gigaybte's UD boards in the past and so I trust them more. Also, why buy an SLI-optimised board if not for SLI? smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Eldan View Post

I totally forgot about Corsair when going through cases. Yeah, I'll probably end up buying this one, or an Obsidian 450D/750D
Sorry, my bad. I'm mostly looking for a board with good OC capabilities. No doubt this board is nice, but I've had great experience with Gigaybte's UD boards in the past and so I trust them more. Also, why buy an SLI-optimised board if not for SLI? smile.gif

I think we got our signals crossed. I was just suggesting that X99 might be a better way to go because for near the same amount of money you can get a 5820k which is a better CPU and an X99 mobo, any of them not just the SLI. It would out perform a Z170-6700k and not break the bank as. I think you got too focused on the random mobo I chose as opposed to the platform difference. Any X99 at a reasonable price would work. The ud3 and g1 gaming are both under $200 if you know where to look.
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post #9 of 50
Sorry to turn this into a AIO cooling solutions thread, but honestly I'd recommend an EK kit cooler. They low-end are about the same price as the H100is and the high-end perform pretty well. I kinda wish I would have gone EK if I'd known they had simply AIO kit solutions.

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/aio

or

https://www.ekwb.com/shop/kits
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You should ask a mod to move this thread to the Intel section.

As for cooling forget about those crappy CLC coolers.
Either get a good dual tower air cooler or get a good AIO cooler from either EK or Swiftech.

CLC coolers from the likes of Cooler Master / Corsair / NZXT are overrated overhyped overpriced loud and unreliable.

Last the PSU and RAM are both way overkill you dont need either a 750 watt PSU or 32 GB of RAM.
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