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post #1 of 20
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Hello

I need a new pc for work and gaming. It need to handle advanced draw programs, contruction programs, gaming and a few other heavy programs.
My budget is 4000, and I would love to get some screen tips aswell.
But the screen is apart from the budget

thanks for help
I hope I dident post in wrong section, but I dident find any New Rig forum
post #2 of 20
It would be nice if you at least made an attempt on a build. And what currency is this? Rupees?
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It would be nice if you at least made an attempt on a build. And what currency is this? Rupees?
4000 dollars.
Unfortunaly I do not know much about computers. I use order them from Dell and Apple . But now I understand that I can get much more bang for the buck if I order it myself.
post #4 of 20
OK

with that sort of money go with something like this

motherboard - P8P67 pro
CPU - Intel i7 2600k
Sli GTX580's
8Gb Gskill ripjaws 1600Mhz 7-8-7-24 memory
2x 60GB vertex 2e RAID0
3x 2tb samsung F4 RAID5
H70 CPU cooling
DVD drive
HAF-X case purely because it's good awesome airflow.
Corsair AX1200 PSU

And around a 28" screen since you're doing a lot of CAD design.
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be careful what you wish for...

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Why in gods name did you do a 1366 build? Also, he'd be better off raid0 SSD's as system partiton

The i7 2600k outperforms the 1366 hexcore.

Comps

EDIT - The corsair Obsidian is crap for aircooled cases. Even with my H50 it's still crap.
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Why in gods name did you do a 1366 build? Also, he'd be better off raid0 SSD's as system partiton

The i7 2600k outperforms the 1366 hexcore.

Comps

EDIT - The corsair Obsidian is crap for aircooled cases. Even with my H50 it's still crap.
-_- Your input is correct.
Edited by SZayat - 3/27/11 at 4:02am
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post #8 of 20
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Originally Posted by compuman145 View Post
OK

with that sort of money go with something like this

motherboard - P8P67 pro
CPU - Intel i7 2600k
Sli GTX580's
8Gb Gskill ripjaws 1600Mhz 7-8-7-24 memory
2x 60GB vertex 2e RAID0
3x 2tb samsung F4 RAID5
H70 CPU cooling
DVD drive
HAF-X case purely because it's good awesome airflow.
Corsair AX1200 PSU

And around a 28" screen since you're doing a lot of CAD design.
Thanks

How would this system be futuristicly?
You know, Id like to have system that I dont have to upgrade in a couple of years.
post #9 of 20
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-_- Your input is correct.
A. My GTX570 runs cooler in my antec 902.
B. http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/142?vs=287

It is better and you sir just got owned (the above link, make sure you check whether it's meant to be higher or lower. The i7 2600k beats the 980x in a number of things and costs a fraction of the price)

Back on topic, I'd expect it to last a few years at least. You could always throw some more memory in it and bump it to 16gb in 4gb strips.
post #10 of 20
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OK

with that sort of money go with something like this

motherboard - P8P67 pro
CPU - Intel i7 2600k
Sli GTX580's
8Gb Gskill ripjaws 1600Mhz 7-8-7-24 memory
2x 60GB vertex 2e RAID0
3x 2tb samsung F4 RAID5
H70 CPU cooling
DVD drive
HAF-X case purely because it's good awesome airflow.
Corsair AX1200 PSU

And around a 28" screen since you're doing a lot of CAD design.
I agree with this, I dont know if you really NEED two 580's, coud get away with just 1 i think.

setting up all that raid would be quite hard but performance is nice

and HAF X -Must be something with similar airflow that looks alot more...sleek lol

Also Get more than one monitor
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