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Hi!


I'm just sitting and waiting for the money to roll in on February 1st, and I thought I just wanted to share with you guys, what my build will include

So here goes nothing:


Externally:
Logitech EX110 cordless keyboard
Logitech MX518 wired optical gaming mouse
Razer Mantiis mouse pad
Several external HDD's
- 1x 320 Gb. 7200rpm SATA
- 1x 250 Gb. 7200rpm SATA
- 1x 500 Gb. 7200rpm IDE

^internal without casing

- 1x 500 Gb. 7200rpm SATA/USB2.0 WD Elements (Grey)
- 1x 500 Gb. 7200rpm SATA/USB2.0 WD MyBook (Black)
- 1x 1.5 Tb. 7200rpm SATA/USB2.0 WD Elements (Black) - casing died, but HDD still working!

^External with casing (WD Elements Grey + WD MyBook Black)

Microsoft Xbox 360 controller
SteelSeries H4 gaming headset

^ all re-used from old rig


Case:
Cooler Master 690 II Advanced black - already purchased


Cooling:
Front intake: Sharkoon System-Fan P 140mm. 83CFM
Bottom intake: 2x Sharkoon System-Fan P 120mm. 137CFM
Left side intake: 2x Sharkoon System-Fan P 120mm. 137CFM - already purchased
Rear exhaust: Corsair H50 stock fan 120mm. 60CFM
Top exhaust (1st slot): Cooler Master Silent Fan Blue LED 140mm. 60.1CFM
Top exhaust (2nd slot): Reserved for H50 CPU heatsink
Right side exhaust:: SilenX iXtrema PRO 80x15mm 24CFM


Case accessory:
Sunbeam Rheobus Extreme BLACK fan controller
Interior: 2x 100mm GREEN cold cathodes - think it will look great together with the blue LED's from the CM Silent Fan 140mm.


Internal hardware:
PSU:: OCZ ModXStream Power PRO 700W modular
Motherboard: ASRock P67 Extreme4
CPU: Intel i5 2500k - need it only for gaming - will OC to whatever my limit will be
CPU cooler: Corsair H50 (already purchased) + 2x Phobya G-Silent 12's in Push/Pull pulling OUT of the case
RAM: Either 8Gb. Corsair XMS3's or Kingston HyperX 1600Mhz. CL9
GPU: 2x Gainward GTX 460 "GS-GLH" SLI - one already purchased
HDD: 1x 64 Gb SSD - haven't decided vendor, but cheap (SYSTEM) + 1x 320 Gb. 7200rpm HDD - already installed (GAMES) + 1x 1Tb. 7200rpm HDD (DATA)
DVD-burner Pioneer DVD-DVR-15 - already purchased


Extras:
ATX 24pin 30cm. extension cable
10x 3-pin 60cm. extension cables
4x 3-pin Y-splitter cables - one already purchased
1x 4-pin MOLEX Y-splitter
Arctic Cooling MX-3 thermal paste (4g)


NO, I will not get a SSD I believe they are too overrated, expensive and there's nothing a Velociraptor can't handle + it has 300 Gb.

Do not complain about the rig Just wanted to share with you. I also did a HUGE amount of thinking on EVERY little thing in it, so no need to comment on hardware - any of it

Maybe in the future, I will get a new keyboard... Kinda tired of having a cordless. Plus, I kinda did sweat away my W, A, S, D, Shift, Left CTRL, E, and F keys...



It all comes to a total price of (new parts only): ~$1513



I will post pictures when I get the stuff



If you think this is a good rig, then gimme some looove!
Edited by WhitePrQjser - 1/15/11 at 3:16am
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post #2 of 19
Very nice, meticulously thought out rig!

Maybe you can pick up a nice SSD later this year. The 25nm flash lithography should be out it puts SSD price at $1.61/GB, though 2012 will be the year of the SSD because they will match HDD's in price per gigabyte.

Nice rig!
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When SSD's match HDD's in price per GB I'll be a happy camper.
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Nice setup there, SSD is a nice thing to have, but if you don't see the need for it then keep what you have...
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That looks really solid and yes get a Gainward version GTX460, Mine is very good and runs cool (Max 60c)
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Originally Posted by BizzareRide View Post
Very nice, meticulously thought out rig!

Maybe you can pick up a nice SSD later this year. The 25nm flash lithography should be out it puts SSD price at $1.61/GB, though 2012 will be the year of the SSD because they will match HDD's in price per gigabyte.

Nice rig!
Thank you I have given it a lot of thought yet Going slightly mad of the waiting, but I hang on in there

Naah, SSD's is totally overrated for my use I won't feel the difference, but when they match HDD's in price, I will be happy to replace my system HDD with an SSD

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Originally Posted by Nickzorz91 View Post
When SSD's match HDD's in price per GB I'll be a happy camper.
Totally It's too expensive for SSD's still...

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Originally Posted by CSHawkeye View Post
Nice setup there, SSD is a nice thing to have, but if you don't see the need for it then keep what you have...
Thank you I hope it'll blow me away Yeah, no SSD's for me... Kinda think people in this thread get it now

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Originally Posted by Jesse^_^ View Post
That looks really solid and yes get a Gainward version GTX460, Mine is very good and runs cool (Max 60c)
Thanks I sure do hope, it's a solid build I already have a GTX 460 from Gainward, and I'd like for my second to match it

I would say it runs cool though... May be because of my ambient temps or case temps, but I always crank the fan up to max speed when gaming

Never gets over 50 on full fan speed though



Edited the build

Instead of 2x Scythe GentleTyphoons AP-15's (had to wait for 3-4 months for them to be in stock!), I will get 2x Phobya G-Silent 12's, which are equal at performance to the Noctua NF-P12's (these were my second choise before), and they have a KILLER design!
Edited by WhitePrQjser - 1/12/11 at 4:30pm
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It's fine to say that you don't want an SSD, but honestly I think paying $170 for a 300GB Raptor is more of a ripoff than paying $209 for a 120GB SSD.

If you're going to stick with a hard drive, I say save some money and just buy a normal Samsung F3 or Western Digital Black. I can't believe you'll spend so much money on a 10000 RPM hard drive but won't throw out a bit more cash for an SSD which is much, much faster. I've owned a Velociraptor before, and I didn't notice any speed improvement over a normal 7200RPM drive. It was a much different story when I got my SSD.
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I wish i could plan ahead like that. I usually order everything then realise i've forgotten one very important part.

The only change i'd make is that i'd swap the raptor HDD for a 64GB solid state drive.
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It's fine to say that you don't want an SSD, but honestly I think paying $170 for a 300GB Raptor is more of a ripoff than paying $209 for a 120GB SSD.

If you're going to stick with a hard drive, I say save some money and just buy a normal Samsung F3 or Western Digital Black. I can't believe you'll spend so much money on a 10000 RPM hard drive but won't throw out a bit more cash for an SSD which is much, much faster. I've owned a Velociraptor before, and I didn't notice any speed improvement over a normal 7200RPM drive. It was a much different story when I got my SSD.
I won't go SLI. I mainly focus on capacity THEN speed. Now I've had 7200rpm's for a long time now, and I want something a little bit faster, but with enough capacity.

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I wish i could plan ahead like that. I usually order everything then realise i've forgotten one very important part.

The only change i'd make is that i'd swap the raptor HDD for a 64GB solid state drive.
64 Gb. is way too small for me. Even 80 Gb... Even 128/160 Gb. is too small... It reminds me of back in the day, and I wont pay $200+ for 64-160 Gb.

Therefore I go with the Velociraptor. Even though I might not see a change, I can install games, and leave them for quite some time without having to uninstall, and then I can always come back to them

So a 300 Gb. Velociraptor > 64 Gb. SSD because of space

But thanks for the input anyhow, but until the capacity and price isn't really complementing each other, I go for a HDD any day
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SSDs are NOT overrated, HDDs are overrated. All you do is put OS on SSD and that is it, you will never go back to HDD.
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