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Originally Posted by Raener View Post
This is my final review of what my new rig will consist
of. It's made up of some of my OLD components, and
some of the NEW.

THE OLD:
- - ----- - -
2x150GB HDDs, 500GB Ext HDD, Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi
Xtreme Music soundcard, 7.1 Creative Sound System, Razer
DeathAdder mouse, DVD ROM, SONY DVD R/RW, SmartCard
Reader, 2x512mb RAM and finally the oldbie, the Floppy drive..

THE NEW:
- - ----- - -
Monitor: Samsung 226BW SyncMaster (2 ms) 22" TFT monitor
Case: RaidMAX Sagitta Case with 500W PSU (Black)
PSU: OCZ 700Watt GameXstream PSU, SLI Ready, Active PFC
Motherboard: GigaByte N650SLI-DS4 S775, DDR2, SATA2, GBlan, 8Snd, ATX
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 2.66Ghz LGA775 Processor
GPU: 768MB nVidia GeForce 8800 GTX PCI-Express VGA Card
RAM: Crucial 2GB Kit (1GBx2) Ballistix Memory DDR2 800MHz Memory

I'm pretty happy with it, can't wait!
~ Thanks for the help people.

Raener / Rhythms
Why did you switch from the 6600?
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post #12 of 27
Yea why the switch to the E6700 isnt worth the extra money also make sure you get Nforce680 it will overclock better than an Nforce650
post #13 of 27
Quote:
Originally Posted by Raener View Post
This is my final review of what my new rig will consist
of. It's made up of some of my OLD components, and
some of the NEW.

THE OLD:
- - ----- - -
2x150GB HDDs, 500GB Ext HDD, Creative SoundBlaster X-Fi
Xtreme Music soundcard, 7.1 Creative Sound System, Razer
DeathAdder mouse, DVD ROM, SONY DVD R/RW, SmartCard
Reader, 2x512mb RAM and finally the oldbie, the Floppy drive..

THE NEW:
- - ----- - -
Monitor: Samsung 226BW SyncMaster (2 ms) 22" TFT monitor
Case: RaidMAX Sagitta Case with 500W PSU (Black)
PSU: OCZ 700Watt GameXstream PSU, SLI Ready, Active PFC
Motherboard: GigaByte N650SLI-DS4 S775, DDR2, SATA2, GBlan, 8Snd, ATX
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 2.66Ghz LGA775 Processor
GPU: 768MB nVidia GeForce 8800 GTX PCI-Express VGA Card
RAM: Crucial 2GB Kit (1GBx2) Ballistix Memory DDR2 800MHz Memory

I'm pretty happy with it, can't wait!
~ Thanks for the help people.

Raener / Rhythms
Some thoughts that I have:

Don't ge the OCZ 700 Watt power supply. That cannot handle SLI 8800GTX and it isn't that good of a PSU. You want either the Silverstone OP650 / 750 / 850 or the PC Power and Cooling Silencer 750.

Don't get a 650i motherboard. That only have 8x by 8x on the PCI Express slot. That will certainly bottleneck two 8800GTX's in SLI. If you really want SLI get a 680i board, if not, go for a P35 board like the GA-P35-DS3R. Intel will be launching the performance X38 chipset this month which should support 32x by 32x SLI.

I would wait a few weeks to make the purchases for this build. Intel is having a massive price cut in late July (around the 22nd). You will be able to get a quad core Q6600 for just over $266 or a 3.0Ghz 1333Mhz FSB E6850 for the same price.

Consider 4GB of memory, especially if you are going with Vista. I highly recommend it.
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post #14 of 27
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Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
Don't ge the OCZ 700 Watt power supply. That cannot handle SLI 8800GTX and it isn't that good of a PSU. You want either the Silverstone OP650 / 750 / 850 or the PC Power and Cooling Silencer 750.
-- I can't seem to find a Silverstone Olympia x50 on
any of the 2 sites I'm buying parts from. Though, on
Site#1: I have found a 650W and a 750W SilverStone
Zeus Series PSU
.

Or Site#2: No Olympia here, only other PSUs. If someone
can find any similarly priced PSUs that you know are good
please let me know. I'm new to building and I'm trying
to stick to these 2 sites to reduce P&P costs.


Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
Don't get a 650i motherboard. That only have 8x by 8x on the PCI Express slot. That will certainly bottleneck two 8800GTX's in SLI. If you really want SLI get a 680i board, if not, go for a P35 board like the GA-P35-DS3R. Intel will be launching the performance X38 chipset this month which should support 32x by 32x SLI.
-- I've decided to go with the GigaByte N680SLI-DQ6
S775, DDR2, SATA2, GBLan, 8Snd, ATX.


Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
I would wait a few weeks to make the purchases for this build. Intel is having a massive price cut in late July (around the 22nd). You will be able to get a quad core Q6600 for just over $266 or a 3.0Ghz 1333Mhz FSB E6850 for the same price.
-- I'll definitely be waiting till around the 22nd if what
you say is true. It will be well worth the wait. Thanks
for letting me know! So I've chosen the Q6600.


Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
Consider 4GB of memory, especially if you are going with Vista. I highly recommend it.
-- Hmm, I know you're probably right. But, money is
beginning to be an issue and I want to try and keep
the total price around what it is right now.

I am changing my case as well after reading many
negative reviews about it. My new case will be the
CoolerMaster Stacker 830 Full Aluminum (Black).

Once again, thanks for the help.

One question: Is it possible to mix RAM; Crucial +
Kingston?
Because instead of buying another 2x1GB
I could settle for 3GB RAM overall using my old 2x512mb
Kingston RAM with the new 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix.

Raener
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post #15 of 27
The Gigabyte N680SLI-DQ6 is a good board but may I suggest the Asus P5N32-E SLI?
It has the same chipset, but it should be cheaper. Also its comparable to the Asus Striker Extreme. Or since you are waiting until the July 22 price drops, you might want to wait a bit longer for Intel's X38 chipset to come out.
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post #16 of 27
Thread Starter 
Thanks for the suggestion.. though I'm pretty satisfied with
my motherboard choice. I'd only change if there are any major
benefits by using that MB appose the the N680SLI-DQ6.

Yes, I will be waiting till around the 22nd and thats long enough
for me! I'm not too bothered about the X38 Chipsets as they'd
cost quite a bit more.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Raener View Post
One question: Is it possible to mix RAM; Crucial +
Kingston?
Because instead of buying another 2x1GB
I could settle for 3GB RAM overall using my old 2x512mb
Kingston RAM with the new 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix.
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post #17 of 27
Thread Starter 
This is my first build and with the
help of some members on this site
I've been able to make it better
than I originally had planned, for
a similar price.


Monitor: Samsung 226BW SyncMaster (2 ms) 22" TFT monitor
Case: Coolermaster CM Stacker 831 (Black) Midi tower case FULL Aluminium NO PSU
PSU: Thermaltake W0116RB 750W Toughpower PSU W Cable Management (Modular)
Motherboard: Gigabyte N680SLI-DQ6 S775, DDR2, SATA2, GBLan, 8Snd, ATX
Processor: Intel Core2 Quad 6600 2.4Ghz LGA775 Processor
GPU: 768MB nVidia GeForce 8800 GTX PCI-Express VGA Card
RAM: 2x > Crucial 2GB Kit (1GBx2) Ballistix Memory DDR2 800MHz Memory
OS: Microsoft Windows Vista 64bit - Home Premium Edition - OEM
FANS: 1x CoolerMaster 120mm RED LED Fan, 4x 120mm BLUE fan

I'll be using my old 2x150GB 7200RPM WesternDigital HDDs
and my Optical drives DVD ROM and DVD R/RW.


-- I'm aiming to build this PC so it can run many of the upcoming
games and also do multimedia work as well. It's not aiming for
the very top in PC capability but just meant to be a good PC
for the next 18-24 months. (I hope!)

Anyways, I'd like to hear from anyone that may have any thoughts
on the build. I'm at the max of my budget and if there's anything I
could change it would have to be similarly priced with something that
I already have chosen.

Before you say.. I'm waiting for the price drops for the Quad.

Raener / Rhythms
    
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post #18 of 27
Quote:
Originally Posted by Raener View Post
This is my first build and with the
help of some members on this site
I've been able to make it better
than I originally had planned, for
a similar price.


Monitor: Samsung 226BW SyncMaster (2 ms) 22" TFT monitor
Case: Coolermaster CM Stacker 831 (Black) Midi tower case FULL Aluminium NO PSU
PSU: Thermaltake W0116RB 750W Toughpower PSU W Cable Management (Modular)
Motherboard: GigaByte N650SLI-DS4 S775, DDR2, SATA2, GBlan, 8Snd, ATX
Processor: Intel Core2 Quad 6600 2.4Ghz LGA775 Processor
GPU: 768MB nVidia GeForce 8800 GTX PCI-Express VGA Card
RAM: Crucial 2GB Kit (1GBx2) Ballistix Memory DDR2 800MHz Memory << (Possibly a total of 4GB)
OS: Microsoft Windows Vista 64bit - Home Premium Edition - OEM
FANS: 1x CoolerMaster 120mm RED LED Fan, 4x 120mm BLUE fan

I'll be using my old 2x150GB 7200RPM WesternDigital HDDs
and my Optical drives DVD ROM and DVD R/RW.


-- I'm aiming to build this PC so it can run many of the upcoming
games and also do multimedia work as well. It's not aiming for
the very top in PC capability but just meant to be a good PC
for the next 18-24 months. (I hope!)

Anyways, I'd like to hear from anyone that may have any thoughts
on the build. I'm at the max of my budget and if there's anything I
could change it would have to be similarly priced with something that
I already have chosen.

Before you say.. I'm waiting for the price drops for the Quad.

Raener / Rhythms
Everything looks pretty good. I know you are trying to stay at your budget level and you have chosen quite an expensive case. Perhaps that is important to you.

OEM Windows Vista can only be installed on 1 computer, ever. It cannot be transfered and that computer it is installed on cannot have any major upgrades, or the license is void. Retail versions are always a better idea because you can install them as much as you want. Ebay is a great place to get them. You can get a Vista Ultimate Retail for $150 on Ebay.

Also, I am a little concerned about your motherboard. The 650i chipset can only run 8x by 8x on the PCI Express slots. That will cause bottlenecks in the 8800GTX. It is not really an option to run SLI with 8800GTXs on a 650i chipset because the performance just won't be there. I highly suggest getting a cheaper (but better performing) P35 board. Although it doesn't support SLI, it is excellent for single video card solutions (16x PCI Express).
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post #19 of 27
Thread Starter 
Yeah I'm buying this case so any future builds won't need
a case as this one it top quality! I'm just about ready to
order it all..

Quote:
Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
Also, I am a little concerned about your motherboard. The 650i chipset can only run 8x by 8x on the PCI Express slots. That will cause bottlenecks in the 8800GTX. It is not really an option to run SLI with 8800GTXs on a 650i chipset because the performance just won't be there. I highly suggest getting a cheaper (but better performing) P35 board. Although it doesn't support SLI, it is excellent for single video card solutions (16x PCI Express).
Sorry, I had forgotten to change it. I'm actually going for
the N680SLI-DQ6 S775, DDR2, SATA2, GBLan, 8Snd, ATX
Motherboard. I'm told it will do the job and will help when
it comes to overclocking.

Thanks,

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post #20 of 27
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Sorry, I had forgotten to change it. I'm actually going for
the N680SLI-DQ6 S775, DDR2, SATA2, GBLan, 8Snd, ATX
Motherboard. I'm told it will do the job and will help when
it comes to overclocking.

Thanks,

Raener / Rhythms
Yes, that will be great.
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