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Try it again now its public:

https://secure.newegg.com/WishList/M...px?ID=14799405
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post #12 of 30
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Originally Posted by 2010rig View Post
Ok, let me give this a try.

It's a balance of NewEgg and Amazon Deals, I prefer Amazon due to some bonuses and the FREE Shipping on some items.

Intel 2600K - $338 FREE Civilization V + FREE Shipping

Gigabyte UD4 - $189

Corsair 4GB Memory - $49.95

SSD X25-M 120GB - $229

Samsung Spinpoint F3 1TB - $59.95

If you're going to do design work, you'll benefit from CUDA and an Nvidia card.
EVGA GTX 570 - $359 ( Recommended )
EVGA GTX 580 - $509
MSI GTX 470 - $250 AR ( Dual 470's overclocked to 800-1600-1800 provide best price/performance for $500.)

Corsair 600T - $149 AR FREE Shipping

Noctua NH-D14 - $79.95 ( Recommended )
Corsair H70 - $92

HX-750 - $129 AR

Windows 7 Premium Builder's Edition - $99

24" Monitor 1080p 2ms refresh - $199

Grand Total $1830.95 with solid parts that will work well together.

You have room to spend more on monitor/s.
OP - this is a great start. I would switch the RAM for this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231401

With this budget and your intended usage, should get a MINIMUM of 8gb of RAM - perhaps 16 would be wise.

and I would definitely get a couple of these in mirrored RAID for backups and media storage (leaving your SSD and 7200rpm for OS/programs respectively):
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822152245

and you should probably aim for a larger PSU to allow for future upgrades.

The rest looks fine, and any of the GTX570/580 series would be wise, as the nVidia cards are Adobe native (right?). If its a design PC which will be used for work/school at some point, then go the nVidia route (unless you use Revit design, which has better ATI/AMD support)
post #13 of 30
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Originally Posted by willibj View Post
With this budget and your intended usage, should get a MINIMUM of 8gb of RAM - perhaps 16 would be wise.
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This is absolutely incorrect. Overkill on RAM is a bad thing, not a good thing. It will hurt your overhead and hurt your overclock. Just because you have the budget does not mean more is better when it comes to memory. Do not get those 8GB sticks. Get 2x2 for dual channel. If you feel like you really need 8GB (most people do not), then get 4GBx2.
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post #14 of 30
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This is absolutely incorrect. Overkill on RAM is a bad thing, not a good thing. It will hurt your overhead and hurt your overclock. Just because you have the budget does not mean more is better when it comes to memory. Do not get those 8GB sticks. Get 2x2 for dual channel. If you feel like you really need 8GB (most people do not), then get 4GBx2.
You have not read the OP:

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Originally Posted by GRoger View Post
First of all i dont wanna be lazy or something but i would love if someone could assemble me a super awsome pc setup (gaming/design)
Specifically stating intent to use the PC for DESIGN applications, which chew up RAM. Anyone intending to use their rig for productivity suites such as Adobe (the quintessential starting point in design applications) will notice measurable increases in performance from additional RAM, worth FAR more in real-world and benchmarking effects than a slightly higher CPU OC. Thus the additional room for expansion by purchasing 2x4gb sticks now is the wisest option.

Such is a logical rationale for my decision, the fact the the OP's budget is in excess of $2000 is just gravy for my argument.

OP - get 8gb of RAM minimum, it's the wisest choice for your budget/situation.
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Originally Posted by willibj View Post
You have not read the OP:

Specifically stating intent to use the PC for DESIGN applications, which chew up RAM. Anyone intending to use their rig for productivity suites such as Adobe (the quintessential starting point in design applications) will notice measurable increases in performance from additional RAM, worth FAR more in real-world and benchmarking effects than a slightly higher CPU OC. Thus the additional room for expansion by purchasing 2x4gb sticks now is the wisest option.

Such is a logical rationale for my decision, the fact the the OP's budget is in excess of $2000 is just gravy for my argument.

OP - get 8gb of RAM minimum, it's the wisest choice for your budget/situation.
Firstly, I did read the OP and I did see that he intended to also use the machine for design.

Secondly, I left it up to him to determine (based on which software suites he would be using) how much memory he would need. That's why I said if he needed it, he should get 4GBx2. 16GB is, in all likelihood, overkill, and it's why I advised against the 8GB module.
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I suggest this....

EDIT: Sorry i didnt notice the ram for 69.99 that added itself, cancel that out and get a mid-range xonar card or something to your liking

Edited by mojoopo - 1/10/11 at 10:47am
    
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I agree on the RAM part, I definitely need more ram than an avarage user cause i'm working with big photoshop files that goes up to 200 mb each file --> eats a **** load of RAM

Also is it possible to buy a 300 GB velociraptor + 120 gb SSD in RAID-0 ? or would it not benefit the speed of the ssd

@willibj I was planning to get a 2/tb hard drive for storing my large files (almost everything expect games/software/os)

About the NVIDIA part .. I really would love a AMD 6990
Convince me of not waiting for it and go with a 580 in sli maybe? or something else bad ass plz

I wanna eat all games @ 1080p maxed out.

Everyone thx allready for putting effort in this! I really appreciate it.
Oh and I have a windows ultimate 64-bit so no need for software!

So, I agree with this:
  • Gold AX850 power suply
  • i7 2600K
  • ASUS P8P67
  • h70 Cpu cooler
  • Corsair Vengeance DDR3, 1600MHz 8GB 2x240 Dimm, Unbuffered, 8-8-8-24, Vengeance Heatspreader (whene I notice I need more, i'll pop in another 8 GB)
  • 600T corsair case

Edited by GRoger - 1/10/11 at 1:57pm
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The next logical step would be to throw a 580 or two in there.

Order it from EVGA. That way, if the 595 comes out soon, you can Step-Up .
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Yeah but thats the problem I buy my stuf from a tax free website linked with a company i can buy stuf trough

they only have this:
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580 AMP! Edition <-- 614.965 dollar
  • ASUS ENGTX580/2DI/1536MD5
  • Gigabyte GV N580D5-15I-B
  • ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580
  • MSI VGA NVIDIA GeForce PCIE 2.0 GTX 580 1536MB . GDDR5 384bit 2DVI
  • HDMI DirectX11 Fan overclocked
  • PNY GeForce GTX 580

Sorted on price range
Edited by GRoger - 1/10/11 at 1:41pm
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post #20 of 30
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Originally Posted by Plex View Post
Firstly, I did read the OP and I did see that he intended to also use the machine for design.

Secondly, I left it up to him to determine (based on which software suites he would be using) how much memory he would need. That's why I said if he needed it, he should get 4GBx2. 16GB is, in all likelihood, overkill, and it's why I advised against the 8GB module.
The kit I suggested is a 2x4gb. Your argument keeps changing, or was confused from the start. The OP was asking for direction based upon his needs, I gave it to him - you are confusing the matter unnecessarily.

Your suggestion isn't well considered in denying the extreme benefit of 8gb (2x4gb) of RAM in a designers machine, regardless of the context of a $2000+ budget, this suggestion is terribly lacking in logical thought.

It's okay, the OP took the advice he should have anyways...
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