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I've built tons of builds over the years on NewEgg, but have never actually bought them (never have actually wanted to anyways, just for fun). I've always been a laptop guy cause with college I'm always on the road and away from home, and need a PC on the go for the work.

But since that is all done with now, I'm actually going to make a desktop build I've always wanted to. Now I currently have a laptop (with a T9550 Duo 2.66 ~ 2.7, 4GB DDR2, 9600M GT), and this has actually been the best "PC" I've ever had since I've never really needed anything demanding. But this thing is getting old, and hot, and not the mention the HDD is beginning to fail. So I'm happily going to get a desktop.

Budget: $800-$850 (stretchable to $1000)
Used for: Visual Studio 2010, a TON of multitasking, some gaming (I want to sacrifice GPU power for CPU power and more RAM, but I still want a good GPU that can handle pretty well the games for today at Medium-Medium/High details)

Don't need mouse, or monitor (will just use TV via HDMI for now), but do need keyboard (was thinking about the ultra-thin Logitech one, came out fairly recently. I love the way laptop keyboards feel, so I wanted to go with something like that. Dont include the keyboard in the budget though. If the PC is $850, don't downgrade anything to fit a keyboard inside the $850 mark. Just add it.

For gaming, mostly MMOs, Oblivion, BC2, and possibly DA2. I play a ton of other games but rarely often and they aren't that demanding at all to be honest.

Will not be overclocking anything ever.

I didn't really bother building the PC yet, I mean, I did some rough builds, but scratched them all when they came over my budget, but I was looking at having the build with atleast the following parts. And I need help with the rest of the pieces from here out on. If y'all can build better without these though, by all means scratch them and start a new.

CPU: i5-750/760 or i5-2500K(haven't looked up anything on Sandy Bridge though, but all I have heard is that it's good, haha)
RAM: This
HDD: This

Also, kind of offtopic, but I've never actually had a gaming PC, or a high-end desktop for that matter, which is what I want this to be, and I'm worried about loudness. Are high end PC's generally loud, because I will usually leave this PC on overnight (mainly to do some stuff in my games), and I want to get to sleep soundly.

Thanks in advance anyone.

UPDATE 1 (3/12/2011) : Build so far:

CPU: i5-2500K Sandy Bridge 3.3GHz (3.7GHz Turbo Boost)

RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666)

HDD: SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 HD103SJ 1TB 7200 RPM 32MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive

GPU: MSI N560GTX-TI Twin Frozr II/OC GeForce GTX 560 Ti (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5

Fan: COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 Plus

DVD: ASUS Black 24X DVD+R 8X DVD+RW 12X DVD+R DL 24X DVD-R 6X DVD-RW 12X DVD-RAM 16X DVD-ROM 48X CD-R 32X CD-RW 48X CD-ROM 2MB Cache SATA 24X DVD Burner

PSU: CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX650 V2

Case: COOLER MASTER HAF 922

Mobo: ASUS P8P67 (REV 3.0) LGA 1155 Intel P67 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Edited by Invisible - 3/11/11 at 9:40pm
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A sandy bridge platform is more than enough to support your needs. i5 2300 is better for you. High end pc aren't that loud in terms of idling and even on load. If you're sensitive to sounds, a good case with a branded fans help to maintain the noise level.
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post #3 of 56
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A sandy bridge platform is more than enough to support your needs. i5 2300 is better for you. High end pc aren't that loud in terms of idling and even on load. If you're sensitive to sounds, a good case with a branded fans help to maintain the noise level.
The i5-2500K does seem to be extremely better though than the i5-750 I was looking at, since it's .7Ghz faster for only about $25 more. I'm not really sure what the turbo boost is though, if you or someone would mind explaining that to me.

If I did get a Sandy Bridge, I would have to wait until LGA 1155 mobos are available again, and I'm not sure when that would be.

And I've actually been looking at hyperthreading/OC'ing recently, and I've read that with the necessary fans (maybe just a Hyper 212) I could get like ~ 4-4.5Ghz, which seems to be godly fast, especially with a quad core. And since the Hyper is only $30, would getting that and OC'ing whatever CPU I get be worth the while. I've never OC'ed but I'm sure with the necessary cooling it would work fine. I'm just a bit worried about the lifetime of the CPU if I leave it OC'ed 100% of the time.

Thanks guys.
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$100 Fractal Design Define R3
$100 Corsair HX650 (or any other 80+ certified PSU)
$230 Core i5-2500k (very overclockable)
$150 P67 or Z68 motherboard
$20 CPU cooler (Hyper 212+, Dark knight, etc)
$50 4GB DDR3
$50 either the WD drive or a Samsung F3
$185 Radeon HD 6850 (overclockable)
$20 Some DVD-RW drive

The Define R3 is a great, quiet case. While my computer isn't loud, it's definitely not quiet lol. I can hear it hum when the speakers are off, and I wouldn't want to attempt sleeping by that. I strongly recommend the i5-2500k over any other CPU because of its great overclockability. It takes no voltage increase to overclock stably to 4.1,4.2ghz and a slight increase for 4.6ghz. Even at stock it's pretty fast but the overclocking is way worth it. You have to wait for the new motherboards to get back on sale. You need a P67 or Z68 for overclocking and H67 or Z68 for Quick Sync, which is using the integrated graphics to convert video super fast. Still for gaming, you'll need a good graphics card. The 6850 is a good card for the sub $200 range. I have the F3 and it is super fast so I recommend that. Get 4GB RAM for now and add more later if needed. It adds up to a little over $900, but you can find some great combo deals on newegg, for example this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboD...t=Combo.612802
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Overclocking to 4.5ghz on the i5 2500k shouldn't hurt the lifespan, and as long as you're not doing like 5.2GHz, it's fine lol. If you don't have to get the computer right now, definitely wait for sandy bridge motherboards. Turbo Boost is when the CPU automatically "boosts" to a higher frequency (it's like 3.7ghz for the i5-2500k) Again, overclocking the i5-2500k is effortless as all you do is adjust the multiplier and the voltage (for speeds over 4.2ghz). I read safe recommended is 1.35v max. It's like 1.52V on the intel website but try not to go over 1.35V to be safe. So the max is around 4.6GHz stable.
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Get a GTX460.

FOLD!!! Hahaha but seriously, get a GTX460, not a bad price, and does basically everything you want.
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Will not be overclocking anything ever.
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I could get like ~ 4-4.5Ghz,

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Haha, so true Sizzle. After actually reading the possibilities of OC'ing, and all that, I definitely will do it.

Also, updated OP with a current very rough build. This will not fit within my budget, but since I'm not buying it right now (waiting for Sandy Bridge), I can definitely save up more money, so for the moment, the budget is stretchable.

More questions:

Whenever I upgrade in the future (and I WILL upgrade, probably only the RAM and GPU though), is it literally just as easy and remove-insert new, for the RAM and GPU atleast? Besides possibly getting drivers for the GPU, is that all?

For the "turbo boost", how is it affected if the CPU is already OC'ed past the TB speed?

Will I need a 650W PSU? Could I step down a bit for money issues without the risk of the PSU imploding itself because I need more power? If that is a good power though since I will be upgrading in the future, then I understand.
Edited by Invisible - 3/1/11 at 6:44am
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post #9 of 56
For the case you could get a CM690 II Advanced or NZXT Phantom, both are great.

Downgrade the graphics card and get this RAM 8Gb 1333-CL7.
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For the case you could get a CM690 II Advanced or NZXT Phantom, both are great.

Downgrade the graphics card and get this RAM 8Gb 1333-CL7.
That is the exact same type of RAM I had in the first place (still contemplating getting 8GB and RAM and stepping down on the GPU, cause when I say I will be multitasking, I WILL BE MULTITASKING, haha. On my laptop ATM, I usually have my TV connected to it watching a movie [in 720p nonetheless], with VB open doing classwork, with a game open but just minimized), but I had this instead. What really is the difference of the two?

And I'm going to look at a few GPU benchmarks right now. 6850, 6870, 5870, GTX260, GTX460 is mainly what I would be looking at.
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