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May 31, 2013 11:37:23 AM

Hello,
I am buying this
Intel Core i7 3770 3RD GEN. 3.4GHZ 8MB CACHE MAX TURBO FREQUENCY 3.9GHZ

and these motherboard are in my price range
Intel DP67DE -P67 CHIPSET

Intel DH77EB-DIMM-H77 CHIPSET

Intel DH77KC -DIMM-H75 CHIPSET

Intel DZ77SL50K-DIMM-Z77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77- DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77-V DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77-V LE -DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

GIGABYTE GA-H77-DS3H--DIMM-H77CHIPSET

and these two are a lil bit out from my price range but also writting their names too

Asus P8Z77-V LK ---DIMM - Z77 CHIPSET

GIGABYTE GA-Z77-D3H---DIMM-Z77CHIPSET

I need a pc for CGI stuff,rendering and doing some small freelance work and i think i never need to overclock them..

I want a fast combination for fast results

also my card will be Evga 660, and mem 16gb

Please tell me which board should i buy and why and also what are the difference in H77,H75,P67 and Z77 chipsets

Regards



May 31, 2013 11:41:48 AM

tkshamsi said:
Hello,
I am buying this
Intel Core i7 3770 3RD GEN. 3.4GHZ 8MB CACHE MAX TURBO FREQUENCY 3.9GHZ

and these motherboard are in my price range
Intel DP67DE -P67 CHIPSET

Intel DH77EB-DIMM-H77 CHIPSET

Intel DH77KC -DIMM-H75 CHIPSET

Intel DZ77SL50K-DIMM-Z77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77- DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77-V DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77-V LE -DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

GIGABYTE GA-H77-DS3H--DIMM-H77CHIPSET

and these two are a lil bit out from my price range but also writting their names too

Asus P8Z77-V LK ---DIMM - Z77 CHIPSET

GIGABYTE GA-Z77-D3H---DIMM-Z77CHIPSET

I need a pc for CGI stuff,rendering and doing some small freelance work and i think i never need to overclock them..

I want a fast combination for fast results

also my card will be Evga 660, and mem 16gb

Please tell me which board should i buy and why and also what are the difference in H77,H75,P67 and Z77 chipsets

Regards





You didnt list your price range or what the purpose is for, youre going to want the z77 Mobo since it is the current gen and also if your going to get the i7-3770 you might wait a few days for the haswell chipset and could wait for the new new z87 Mobo, for the Haswell set i would get a i5-4570k for gaming and a i7-4770k for gaming/video editing
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May 31, 2013 11:52:19 AM

RaisingTheBarHD said:
tkshamsi said:
Hello,
I am buying this
Intel Core i7 3770 3RD GEN. 3.4GHZ 8MB CACHE MAX TURBO FREQUENCY 3.9GHZ

and these motherboard are in my price range
Intel DP67DE -P67 CHIPSET

Intel DH77EB-DIMM-H77 CHIPSET

Intel DH77KC -DIMM-H75 CHIPSET

Intel DZ77SL50K-DIMM-Z77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77- DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77-V DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77-V LE -DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

GIGABYTE GA-H77-DS3H--DIMM-H77CHIPSET

and these two are a lil bit out from my price range but also writting their names too

Asus P8Z77-V LK ---DIMM - Z77 CHIPSET

GIGABYTE GA-Z77-D3H---DIMM-Z77CHIPSET

I need a pc for CGI stuff,rendering and doing some small freelance work and i think i never need to overclock them..

I want a fast combination for fast results

also my card will be Evga 660, and mem 16gb

Please tell me which board should i buy and why and also what are the difference in H77,H75,P67 and Z77 chipsets

Regards





You didnt list your price range or what the purpose is for, youre going to want the z77 Mobo since it is the current gen and also if your going to get the i7-3770 you might wait a few days for the haswell chipset and could wait for the new new z87 Mobo, for the Haswell set i would get a i5-4570k for gaming and a i7-4770k for gaming/video editing


My price range is in rupees and i think it will not help alot and regarding the new haswell tech i think it will be very much expensive after release so certainly out of my range. Also i have only listed the MoBo which are available at the shop from which i am buying so it will be great if you can point out which Mobo should i buy for perfect and fast combination. Regards
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May 31, 2013 11:55:17 AM

i am Indian....give ur Rupees price range
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May 31, 2013 11:55:20 AM

In that case I would go with whichever H77 is in your budget. I recommend Asus and Gigabyte from those choices.
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May 31, 2013 11:55:56 AM

tkshamsi said:
RaisingTheBarHD said:
tkshamsi said:
Hello,
I am buying this
Intel Core i7 3770 3RD GEN. 3.4GHZ 8MB CACHE MAX TURBO FREQUENCY 3.9GHZ

and these motherboard are in my price range
Intel DP67DE -P67 CHIPSET

Intel DH77EB-DIMM-H77 CHIPSET

Intel DH77KC -DIMM-H75 CHIPSET

Intel DZ77SL50K-DIMM-Z77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77- DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77-V DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

Asus P8H77-V LE -DIMM - H77 CHIPSET

GIGABYTE GA-H77-DS3H--DIMM-H77CHIPSET

and these two are a lil bit out from my price range but also writting their names too

Asus P8Z77-V LK ---DIMM - Z77 CHIPSET

GIGABYTE GA-Z77-D3H---DIMM-Z77CHIPSET

I need a pc for CGI stuff,rendering and doing some small freelance work and i think i never need to overclock them..

I want a fast combination for fast results

also my card will be Evga 660, and mem 16gb

Please tell me which board should i buy and why and also what are the difference in H77,H75,P67 and Z77 chipsets

Regards





You didnt list your price range or what the purpose is for, youre going to want the z77 Mobo since it is the current gen and also if your going to get the i7-3770 you might wait a few days for the haswell chipset and could wait for the new new z87 Mobo, for the Haswell set i would get a i5-4570k for gaming and a i7-4770k for gaming/video editing


My price range is in rupees and i think it will not help alot and regarding the new haswell tech i think it will be very much expensive after release so certainly out of my range. Also i have only listed the MoBo which are available at the shop from which i am buying so it will be great if you can point out which Mobo should i buy for perfect and fast combination. Regards


Well the new haswell chip will most likely be the same or less than the i7-3770k but it also depends on what do you plan on doing with the Pc
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May 31, 2013 12:08:26 PM

Okie, i read a lil bout haswell and they are saying it will be released on june 3 i can wait until then i dont mind :)  regarding what i will do . i want to do small freelance work on Maya,blender,zbrush need my animation and scenes to be render in PC. And my range in from 10k-15k Paki ruppes :) 
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May 31, 2013 12:13:48 PM

tkshamsi said:
Okie, i read a lil bout haswell and they are saying it will be released on june 3 i can wait until then i dont mind :)  regarding what i will do . i want to do small freelance work on Maya,blender,zbrush need my animation and scenes to be render in PC. And my range in from 10k-15k Paki ruppes :) 


check out the i5-4570k when it gets released it should work for what you are doing but if you could spend about 6500 rupees more then you could get the i7-4770k which has hyper threading which would work great for rendering out videos.
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May 31, 2013 12:15:08 PM

go for the Asus or Gigabyte ones
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May 31, 2013 12:20:13 PM

ASRock is great too, and for the cost they give a good bang.

You need to tell us what case size you use, that way we can say whether you need full ATX or mATX.
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May 31, 2013 12:31:57 PM

For better cooling someone say that i should buy this casing so i might go for this one. but now if i wait for haswell then i might change my mind for this casing and go for the recommended one. BUT the thing which bother me is .. What if this new Haswell tech Flop then what will happen. i mean i would buy something which is already been used and tried before and got good comments rather than jump in to an unknown abyss

http://www.corsair.com/pc-cases/carbide-series-pc-case/....
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May 31, 2013 2:55:03 PM

axehead15 said:
ASRock is great too, and for the cost they give a good bang.

You need to tell us what case size you use, that way we can say whether you need full ATX or mATX.



Hmm....that's nice but I don't see Asrock in the list he's choosing from do you?

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June 1, 2013 4:22:14 AM

KnowItAll said:
axehead15 said:
ASRock is great too, and for the cost they give a good bang.

You need to tell us what case size you use, that way we can say whether you need full ATX or mATX.



Hmm....that's nice but I don't see Asrock in the list he's choosing from do you?



Nope, good call.

In that case either go with the Asus or Gigibyte ones that are in your price range. Thing is, you need to make sure it has enough fan plugs for your case, has enough PCI slots to fit your needs, and can support future upgrading concerning RAM and PCI. This is why I suggest an ATX board, because you will always have enough room on it. And in the case you plan on getting, there is plenty of room for a full ATX board.
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