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Freshman here.i just finish a pc for my classmate,the photograph was taken in the place where we live in the college- -its like a hell...actually ~

and sorry for use too many colors and large font in the post - -because people in china like use large size font and attractive color in the post... and i used the template of my old post


the chips are

CPU AMD AlthonII X4 620
COOLER OC3 SOUTH OCEAN MINI EDITION
MB GIGABYTE MA770T-UD3P
RAM G.Skill F3-128000CL9D-4GBRH
HDD WD6401AALS
CASE LIAN LI K1B
POWER GlacialTech GP-AL450
GRAPHIC ZOTAC GTS250 F1-V
DVD-ROM PLEXTOR 106SA

CPU: this is the packaing in china - -seems smaller than in US


RAM: it seems have a nice quality ,and do pretty well in over clock~
HDD: seems not make so much noise




fantastic quality~and it have a IEEE1394 output can able to connet to the front 1394 interface




even have 2 sata line *_*:



8 USB - -enough 。


Cooler
i dont know whether it is possible to purchase in somewhere out side PRC - -it have 3 U-form heat pipe - -and it can get nice performance as AC freezer 64pro pwm it takes only ..20USD

POWER:
this power supply seems quite popular in the world.. it have 2 6+2PIN interface. lucky it can plug in my ZOTAC gts250 without a 2*6pin to 8pin convert line。。






chip install board:
its very easy to install chips with lian li k1b - -you can frist install your MB on the board then,install CPU RAM COOLER on it



seems very long very powerful - -26cm is the size of some lite version GTX260



everything seems to be very simple with the case












like a brand computer - -




the frist time i finished ~ it have serval potential safety hazard and some cons with the lines ... told by a pro in china



so i clean up the lines and paste the fan speed grader on the case
i move up the HDD in order to reduce the wind being block


finally i finished X_X so tired




performance test

this one is without over clocked - -seems as good as my E7400+GTS250


the performance rised a lot after CPU overclocked from 2.6 to 3 G



the performance seems not rise to much after i overclocked to 3.25G and turn the graphics from 700/2200 to 750/2300

it seems this clock is suit for lifetime overcolocked ...



pretty well temp @ 10C in room


Afterall:
it spend 580 USD in china to build a pc like this one,i would like to know the price like this pc in other place,thanks~
- -china always have a unfair price with electrical equipment...


Please give me some advice with this PC,in order to improve my skill to build another PC .and sorry to read my bad english post..
Thank you very much

write by Cai ,chinese edition in waishehome.cn,In Shanghai ,At Home..
2010-1-27

Edited by cxcool - 7/18/10 at 7:51pm
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Really cool gaming rig!

found these at newegg.com
GIGABYTE GA-MA770T-UD3P AM3 AMD 770 ATX AMD Motherboard - $79.99
GeForce GTS 250 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP $144.99
CORSAIR CMPSU-450VX 450W ATX12V V2.2 80 $69.99 *substitute*
AMD Athlon II X4 620 Propus 2.6GHz Socket AM3 95W Quad $95.99
G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB (2 x 2GB) $129.99
Western Digital 640GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" HDD $74.99
PLEXTOR 24X DVD/CD Writer Black SATA Model PX-880SA $42.99
Dynatron A5JG 77mm 2 Ball CPU Cooler $33.99 *substitute*
and
found this case at frozencpu.com Lian Li K1b $94.95
total $767.87 us

Next time you post pictures you may just want to make a link to you photo album, that way you might get a quicker response.
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比我这个好多...

good build for china, mine is made of used parts...

and, welcome
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Hello Cai, I am an American guy living in Shanghai. I need to build a powerful gaming computer and I would be willing to pay you money to make it for me.

I want a top graphics card like Nvidia GTX 460 or similar, prefer with SLI technology.

But I also want to build this machine for cheap, like you did here.

I do not have the time or expertise to build it myself, and it is very hard for me to buy hardware parts here. So I will pay you some RMB cash to do it. For example if you build me a computer costing 4000 RMB if I'm satisfied with all the specifications and performance, then I could pay you an additional 1000 RMB.

Let me know if you're interested.
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lol

also op's post is several months old
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Originally Posted by kingshiadric View Post
Hello Cai, I am an American guy living in Shanghai. I need to build a powerful gaming computer and I would be willing to pay you money to make it for me.

I want a top graphics card like Nvidia GTX 460 or similar, prefer with SLI technology.

But I also want to build this machine for cheap, like you did here.

I do not have the time or expertise to build it myself, and it is very hard for me to buy hardware parts here. So I will pay you some RMB cash to do it. For example if you build me a computer costing 4000 RMB if I'm satisfied with all the specifications and performance, then I could pay you an additional 1000 RMB.

Let me know if you're interested.
This all should be handled via PMs and not in posts.

OP it looks good. I'm not too sure about the PSU as I've never heard about it but the only thing I would suggest is continuing messing with the cables and try to put as many of them behind the mobo tray as you can. Also zip ties are your friend when doing cable management!!!
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all i can see wrong is maybe the psu. other than that the wire management could be a ton better. overall its a nice little gaming rig my man congrats.
    
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马马虎虎.... I live in China also, however I usually travel to Hong Kong anytime I need computer parts ... My sig rig was built completely out of components that I bought in Hong Kong
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all i can see wrong is maybe the psu. other than that the wire management could be a ton better. overall its a nice little gaming rig my man congrats.
i see, i searched the power supply by google, it is a russia company - -,and unfortunatly ,it have been blow up (bomb...) by a 4-day-continuance-work... i think it is only suit in the weather in russia ^ ^!!.....

and i am not good at manage the cabble of a superimposed power supply case, its pretty harder than a underneathtype.
there is another problem , the lines of power supply selling in china is not as long as the one selling in other place ,with serval mode ,serval companys ...
they have to reduce the cost ,in order to reduce the price in china retail market ,in order to catch the eyes of the constmers..- -!....
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