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post #21 of 31
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Originally Posted by Spykerv;11872658 
No problem.
More specifically: i5 2500k (price unknown)(prob $200 possibly)
mobo: Rampage ( guessing around $200)
RAM: 4gb ($50-100) either Muskin or Gskill, something with low timings (7-7-7 or 8-8-8)
PSU: Seasonic x-850 or antec equivalent $150+
GPU: evga 570 : $350
HDD: Spinpoint F3: $60
Case: personal choice
SSD: Crucial C300 (depends on capacity, starts at $140 For 64gb)
CPU cooler: TRUE, SLIVER ARROW or NOCTUA NHD14. doesn't matter really, just get a cheap cooler that's silent, air cooling gets you to 5+ ghz on ES samples for the 2600k before. So basically any cooler that you fancy.
Hope this helps.
Once you get more money:
Buy a second 570 and more ram



Do you mean Asus maximus...., No such thing as Rampage extreme p67 mobo wink.gif



Don't overlook the gigabyte 1155 boards the ud4 has great features at a real good price, Not to mention there all smokin hot especially the ud7
Edited by Chewy - 1/3/11 at 7:18am
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post #22 of 31
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Do you mean Asus maximus...., No such thing as Rampage extreme p67 mobo



Don't overlook the gigabyte 1155 boards the ud4 has great features at a real good price, Not to mention there all smokin hot especially the ud7
Whoops forgot about that thanks for correction

Asus fan boy so yeah I don't really like gigabyte
     
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post #23 of 31
Thread Starter 
I heard that gigabyte's boards have a problem with SSD+HDD in RAID or multi.
I was looking at a borad from Gigabyte which looked great but since I want an SSD, I might go with Asus which has fewer features for the same price
post #24 of 31
Thread Starter 
It seems in 6 days the first Sandy Bridge processors will be available (2500K & 2600K) at around $280 and $390
The price difference (of more than $100) makes me want to go for the i5-2500k
I was looking at motherboards and I kinda like Asus P8P67-PRO (given the price compared to Deluxe) (http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_I...2YL&templete=2)

However I read that the new SB processors require DDR3 memory that has a lower voltage than previous line. How can I identify these memories? There's no voltage specifications for the memories, only some "Standard", like PC3-10660 or PC3 12800 or ST3-12800
post #25 of 31
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It seems in 6 days the first Sandy Bridge processors will be available (2500K & 2600K) at around $280 and $390
The price difference (of more than $100) makes me want to go for the i5-2500k
i5-2500K is $225 and i7-2600K is $330 on Newegg. For gaming, i5-2500K offers best value.
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post #26 of 31
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Originally Posted by Spykerv View Post
Whoops forgot about that thanks for correction

Asus fan boy so yeah I don't really like gigabyte

I am normally an Asus fanboy as well, but these Gigabyte P67 boards are the way to go, they have had known of the problem that MSI and Asus have had.
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post #27 of 31
Thread Starter 
I actually heard that Gigabyte boards don't play nice while using SSD + HDD in raid or multi.
Anybody know anything about this?
post #28 of 31
Thread Starter 
How about some 4G RAM Dual channel
Team Xtreem DDR3 1600Mhz 2GBx2 CL7-7-7-21, 1.65v, Low Voltage P55 ?
Would it be OK to go for this instead for the
Dual Channel Kingston 2 x 2048GB, DDR3, 1600MHz, CL9, Black Limited Edition?

I'm thinkg of CL7 vs CL9, and the CL7 is about $15 more, but it's a brand I don't know.
An OCZ CL7 is about $100 more
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I can't buy from them because they're in US, and I'm in Europe
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