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post #1 of 11
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Procesor Intel® CoreTM i7-2600K SandyBridge, 3400MHz, 8MB, socket 1155-1.369 Lei/320 Euro

Cooler procesor Cooler Master V10-514,99 Lei/120 Euro-This is socket 1156.What cooler u guys think i should i get.I 'am from Romania so i hope it will be avalible in my country.

MOBO Gigabyte P67A-UD7, Socket 1155-1.399 Lei/327.87 Euro

Kit Dual Channel Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB), DDR3, 1600MHz, radiator-769,99 Lei/180.46 Euro

GPU Gigabyte GTX460, 1024MB, DDR5, 256bit, mini-HDMI, DVI-I, PCI-E-789,00 Lei/182.80 Euro

From eMag.ro will cost-4843RON/1136EURO

I will use my old Antec True Power Trio 650W.

And my old Gigabyte GTX460, 1024MB, DDR5, 256bit, mini-HDMI, DVI-I, PCI-E so it will be 2 GTX 460 in SLI.

All this will go in an Thermaltake Sharck Case.

What do u guys think.Is this good.What would u change in this build.I really what the best bang for my buck so any sugestions will be greatly appriciated.

I know i posted a topic to overclok my curent rig but i decided to just change it.
This will be a long worklog.I am planyng to get 1part/month.
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Seagate 350 GB Asus DVD Win 7 Philips 233V5 
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post #2 of 11
Not sure the components' price there but it looks solid to me.
post #3 of 11
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I had to change the setup because of the $$$$.
Here it's the new one.
Procesor Intel® CoreTM i5-2500K SandyBridge, 3300MHz, 6MB, socket 1155-969Lei/227.58Euro

Cooler procesor Scythe SCMG-2100 Mugen 2-219,99 Lei/51.67Euro

MOBO Gigabyte P67A-UD4, Socket 1155-854,99Lei/200.81 Euro

Kit Dual Channel Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB), DDR3, 1600MHz, radiator-769,99 Lei/180.46 Euro

GPU Gigabyte GTX460, 1024MB, DDR5, 256bit, mini-HDMI, DVI-I, PCI-E-789,00 Lei/182.80 Euro

From eMag will cost-3604RON/846.45EURO

It's this better?I mean i could get same overclok for less the money.
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Seagate 350 GB Asus DVD Win 7 Philips 233V5 
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Seagate 350 GB Asus DVD Win 7 Philips 233V5 
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post #4 of 11
Can't exactly go with intel for the best bang for buck unfortunately. Their stuff is overprices and you get more performance for your money with AMD.

I'd suggest an AMD 955 Black Edition or above
An AMD SLi motherboard (rare to find, but findable and cheaper than you might think)
The powersupply is decent, but I'm not sure about SLi'ing those cards, check on corsairs website with regards to how much power you need to supply those cards with.

I'd say the RAM is sweet, but bang for buck, I'd go with G-Skill Ripjaws, or Echo, they're a lot cheaper and quite stable.

If you're after an intel system, I'm pretty sure you've got it nailed apart from the more expensive RAM.

If I'm wrong someone tell me, cause I've obviously been badly informed
    
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post #5 of 11
I am going to second the above post here and recommend G.Skill Ripjaws. They provide rock solid memory that can be overvclocked until the cows come home, whilst looking awesome to boot.

If you insist on going for Intel, the build you linked is fine if you change the memory. If you want to save some money, go with AMD and get either a 955 or a 1055T.

Personally I'd go with a Corsair HX 650 or 750 if you plan to SLi in the future, although that Antec should have enough juice in it to cope.
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post #6 of 11
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I found only 1 retailer that sells G.Skill in my country.I mailed them to get some prices and i didn't get an answer.
I am going 4 an Intel build because i had some problems whit AMD/ATI build in the past.For the power supply-i found that mine can power 2x460 Gtx and an I7@4000Mhz.
So my I5 2500K and 2 Gtx 460 will do just fine(i hope).
Overall it's a good selection if i go for G.Skill Ram.If i can't get G.Skill what other ram would u guys suggest?
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Seagate 350 GB Asus DVD Win 7 Philips 233V5 
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post #7 of 11
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Should i be worried about “Socket burnâ€.I have read in some forums that the Socket burn is back with Sandy Bridge?!?
They tested the exact mobo i want to get.They say u are all good if u don't overclock, but buyng a I5 2500k and can't overclock it it's just bad.
Shark
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Seagate 350 GB Asus DVD Win 7 Philips 233V5 
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Seagate 350 GB Asus DVD Win 7 Philips 233V5 
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post #8 of 11
i am not 100% sure but I think you need a bigger psu if your doing SLI gtx 460's...i use a 750watt and its decent for sli gtx260s...i think you might need to look at that
    
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post #9 of 11
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Originally Posted by overquad View Post
i am not 100% sure but I think you need a bigger psu if your doing SLI gtx 460's...i use a 750watt and its decent for sli gtx260s...i think you might need to look at that
A good 650W is fine for GTX 460's. I'm pretty sure his PSU will be fine.

If you cant get any G.Skill, GeIL or Corsair are good options, just buy the normal Corsair rather than their stuff with fancy heatspreaders, its usually a hell of a lot cheaper.

I'd also switch the CPU cooler to something like a Megahalems or a Venomous X.
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post #10 of 11
your psu will handle it according to psu calcs...but in the future if you plan on upgrading it your are very close to your limit...however the rest of the build the second plan looks like a great bang for the buck!!! imo the v10 is not worth the cost i would agree with the fusion racing on this
    
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