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post #1 of 66 (permalink) Old 06-20-2012, 02:07 AM - Thread Starter
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Hi guys, im looking for a new build for my computer.. I already have 8gb RAM corsair 1333mHz, SSD agility 3 240gb sata 3, GPU Sapphire 6950.
I have a case too but i would like to change it to a full tower. So i need from you guys to suggest me a good Motherboard and a CPU.
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I reccomend a rampage 4 formula, or extreme if you have the money, the LGA2011 is a great platform and none of the issues everyone has with Ivybridge. I am running a 3930K and is a beast even at stock and is a great starting point. Again I have heard excellent things about the extreme edition and that its meant to be the best extreme edition there has ever been, so if you can afford it then go for that. GPU definitely an nVidia 600 series

Corsair 800D is the best full tower you will ever find, I am in love with mine, so roomy and easy to build into

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what's your budget and what are you using it for?

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well my budget is around 600$ and i want my build for gaming
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I reccomend a rampage 4 formula, or extreme if you have the money, the LGA2011 is a great platform and none of the issues everyone has with Ivybridge. I am running a 3930K and is a beast even at stock and is a great starting point. Again I have heard excellent things about the extreme edition and that its meant to be the best extreme edition there has ever been, so if you can afford it then go for that. GPU definitely an nVidia 600 series
Corsair 800D is the best full tower you will ever find, I am in love with mine, so roomy and easy to build into
it's a very nice case but a little bit expensive need something around 200 $
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Intel Core i5-2500k or Intel Core i5-3570K
Corsair Hydro Series H80
ASRock Z77 Extreme4
.. maybe something like the NZXT Switch 810 or Phantom?
it's personal preference; i don't prefer either of those, but you might smile.gif

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Intel Core i5-2500k or Intel Core i5-3570K
Corsair Hydro Series H80
ASRock Z77 Extreme4
.. maybe something like the NZXT Switch 810 or Phantom?
it's personal preference; i don't prefer either of those, but you might smile.gif
what about and amd fx 8120?? is the intel core i5-2500k-3570 better??
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Intel Core i5-2500k or Intel Core i5-3570K
Corsair Hydro Series H80
ASRock Z77 Extreme4
.. maybe something like the NZXT Switch 810 or Phantom?
it's personal preference; i don't prefer either of those, but you might smile.gif
what about and amd fx 8120?? is the intel core i5-2500k-3570 better??
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Intel Core i5-2500k or Intel Core i5-3570K
Corsair Hydro Series H80
ASRock Z77 Extreme4
.. maybe something like the NZXT Switch 810 or Phantom?
it's personal preference; i don't prefer either of those, but you might smile.gif
what about and amd fx 8120?? is the intel core i5-2500k-3570 better??
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Intel Core i5-2500k or Intel Core i5-3570K
Corsair Hydro Series H80
ASRock Z77 Extreme4
.. maybe something like the NZXT Switch 810 or Phantom?
it's personal preference; i don't prefer either of those, but you might smile.gif
what about and amd fx 8120?? is the intel core i5-2500k-3570 better??
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