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Hello everyone! I've been reading these forums for quite some time drooling over builds while saving my money and in another 2-3 weeks I will have my target amount of $2500 USD to spend on a gaming rig. My last computer got stolen due to a house burglary a few years back I was hesitant to build another one again. After doing some research and putting in a good amount of overtime, I am ready to build another beast. I just wanted some constructive feedback on some parts that I want to buy so that I make the best choice possible.

Seeing the 600T for the first time I knew I was in love lol. Here is what I would like to put inside of the beautiful mesh body :


http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Jff1

I would like to thank everyone in this forum. Your pictures and vast knowledge of PCs were the driving force behind me wanting to do this...and of course the gaming aspect as well biggrin.gifthumb.gif
Edited by Rawse - 1/28/14 at 2:36pm
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Hello everyone! I've been reading these forums for quite some time drooling over builds while saving my money and in another 2-3 weeks i will have my target amount of $2500 USD to spend on a gaming rig. After my last one got stolen due to a house burglary a few years back I was hesitant to build another one again. After doing some research and putting in a good amount of overtime, I am ready to build another beast. I just wanted some constructive feedback on some parts that I want to buy so that I make the best choice possible.

Seeing the 600T for the first time I knew I was in love lol. Here is what I would like to put inside of the beautiful mesh body :


http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Jff1

I would like to thank everyone in this forum. Your pictures and vast knowledge of PCs were the driving force behind me wanting to do this...and of course the gaming aspect as well biggrin.gif:thumb:

Assuming you are going to be using it only for gaming, I would bring the ram down to 8gb. You really don't need more than that unless you are planning on running virtual machines or some other crazy multitasking goodness. Also, with your budget, I would consider getting a better power supply. Perhaps move the money saved from the ram over to the psu? I say that because the CX series is Corsair's base line model, and with a build like this one, baseline doesn't seem to be the objective. I would also get one with a higher efficiency rating and at least semi modular. In my first build I went non modular and it was a huge regret for a long time. There are a lot of people that really love the Corsair HX series. Also, some people have differing opinions on this, but my personal opinion would be to get at least a 750W psu, especially with your 780Ti. Now, you probably won't need all of that right off the bat, but at least then you will have some more headroom for expansions and overclocking. Oh, and I don't know about you, but I am a fan of being able to see my build, so if you want to get a window for your case, Corsair sells them here.
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I wanted to go with the higher amount of ram for future proofing more than anything but what your saying does make sense. I wasn't gonna worry about SLI or anything for awhile so I figured that going with a baseline PSU would get me by in the meantime and stretch my dollar further. Your suggestion seems like a fair trade-off actually. Speaking of the windowed side panel, I was actually planning on spending some of the left over money buying that since its only $30 bucks with shipping, as well as maybe some NZXT hues.
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I wanted to go with the higher amount of ram for future proofing more than anything but what your saying does make sense. I wasn't gonna worry about SLI or anything for awhile so I figured that going with a baseline PSU would get me by in the meantime and stretch my dollar further. Your suggestion seems like a fair trade-off actually. Speaking of the windowed side panel, I was actually planning on spending some of the left over money buying that since its only $30 bucks with shipping, as well as maybe some NZXT hues.

Ok, well in my opinion, it is much easier (and probably a bit cheaper) to add more ram later than it is to replace the power supply. I would seriously consider getting either this Corsair HX750 or even better (depending on sales, it may increase in price) is this Corsair AX760. You can do as you choose, but this is what I would advise you to change. After having a non-modular, baseline psu for a long time, I absolutely love my fully modular upper-end one. Keep in mind, there is only one psu slot in the 600T, but there should be an extra two slots for more ram in the future.

EDIT: Also, for what its worth, I have 16GB of ram because I found it on sale for a decent price and I liked the way it looked. The only time I get even remotely close to using all of it is when I am running virtual machines.
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Ok, well in my opinion, it is much easier (and probably a bit cheaper) to add more ram later than it is to replace the power supply. I would seriously consider getting either this Corsair HX750 or even better (depending on sales, it may increase in price) is this Corsair AX760. You can do as you choose, but this is what I would advise you to change. After having a non-modular, baseline psu for a long time, I absolutely love my fully modular upper-end one. Keep in mind, there is only one psu slot in the 600T, but there should be an extra two slots for more ram in the future.

EDIT: Also, for what its worth, I have 16GB of ram because I found it on sale for a decent price and I liked the way it looked. The only time I get even remotely close to using all of it is when I am running virtual machines.

When I did the changes in PC parts picker, price wise its a nearly even trade-off financially. Not to mention that the AX760 actually matches the color scheme that I am going for so I actually get the aesthetic benefit as well. I had another question about the front 200mm fan in the 600T. Would it be better to take out the front hd bays underneath the optical drive bays and place those 2 Noctua 120mm fans there for better air flow?
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Ok, well in my opinion, it is much easier (and probably a bit cheaper) to add more ram later than it is to replace the power supply. I would seriously consider getting either this Corsair HX750 or even better (depending on sales, it may increase in price) is this Corsair AX760. You can do as you choose, but this is what I would advise you to change. After having a non-modular, baseline psu for a long time, I absolutely love my fully modular upper-end one. Keep in mind, there is only one psu slot in the 600T, but there should be an extra two slots for more ram in the future.

EDIT: Also, for what its worth, I have 16GB of ram because I found it on sale for a decent price and I liked the way it looked. The only time I get even remotely close to using all of it is when I am running virtual machines.

When I did the changes in PC parts picker, price wise its a nearly even trade-off financially. Not to mention that the AX760 actually matches the color scheme that I am going for so I actually get the aesthetic benefit as well. I had another question about the front 200mm fan in the 600T. Would it be better to take out the front hd bays underneath the optical drive bays and place those 2 Noctua 120mm fans there for better air flow?

I think the majority of us, as long as we don't have too many drives, move the bottom cage to the secondary position by the power supply. Also, I have been wanting to put dual 120mm fans in the front there for a while (I'm not a huge fan of the 200mm, I think 120mms are better), just haven't had the time or money. So you know though, it will require drilling new holes.

EDIT: You can see the secondary position in this pic of my rig (sorry for the bad quality, my phone takes crappy dark pictures).

Edited by roflcopter159 - 1/28/14 at 4:56pm
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Rofl why dont you just add another fan near the front 200mm??

This was the v1 of my rig
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Rofl why dont you just add another fan near the front 200mm??

This was the v1 of my rig

Love the red look Rofl and very clean setup as well Rec, especially with the PSU cover, water cooling and neon cords. Did you have to custom mount that fan for it to sit like that or is there a way to just screw it in nice and neat as you posted in the pic? My only issue with that setup is if the length of my GPU will allow that option. Do you have measurements by chance?
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Love the red look Rofl and very clean setup as well Rec, especially with the PSU cover, water cooling and neon cords. Did you have to custom mount that fan for it to sit like that or is there a way to just screw it in nice and neat as you posted in the pic? My only issue with that setup is if the length of my GPU will allow that option. Do you have measurements by chance?

I think he did it the same way that I did mine, using cable ties/twisties to mount it there.
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