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My Dream PC Gaming Need Advices [From Paraguay] 1.700,00 U$ (pcpartpicker)

SLI or Cross: Yes
Monitor: No
SO: No
OC: Yes
Goal: Gaming

Please advices

PC Option 1 = 1.663,00 U$ Here PY
Intel i7 4770K PCPARTPICKER

PC Option 2 = 1.715,00 U$ Here PY
AMD FX-8350 PCPARTPICKER


The prices and the options i have here

Mobos Z87
ASROCK EXTREME4 178,00 U$
ASROCK EXTREME6 225,00 U$
ASROCK EXTREME6 AC 243,00 U$
ASROCK Fatality 277,00 U$
Asus Z87-K 143,00 U$
Asus Z87 Plus 193,00 U$
Asus Z87 Pro 243,00 U$
Asus Z87 Sabertooth 288,00 U$
Asus Z87 Expert 278,00 U$
Asus Maximus Gene VI 228,00 U$
Gigabyte Z87M D3H 139,00 U$
Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H 224,00 U$
Gigabyte Z87X-UD5H 270,00 U$
Gigabyte Z87X-UD3H 236,00 U$
Gigabyte Z87-D3HP 161,00 U$
Gigabyte G1 Sniper M5 245,00 U$
MSI GD65 Gaming Z87 212,00 U$
MSI MPOWER Z87 255,00 U$

Mobos FX
Asus Sabertooth 990FX 216,00 U$
Gigabyte GA-990FXA-U3D 163,00 U$
MSI 990FXA-GD80 200,00 U$
Asrock 990FX EXTREME4 167,00 U$
Asrock 990FX EXTREME9 216,00 U$


Memorys
92,00 U$ G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series (2 x 4GB) 1600 Mhz Model F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL

92,00 U$ G.SKILL Sniper (2 x 4GB) F3-14900CL9D-8GBSR

104,00 U$ G.SKILL Trident X - F3-2400C10D-8GTX (2 x 4GB) 2400 Mhz

70,00 U$ Mem Kingston HyperX Blue (2 x 4GB) 1600 Mhz

CPU
CPU i7 4770k 375,00 U$
CPU i7 4670 332,00 U$
CPU i5 4570 218,00 U$
CPU i5 4670 231,00 U$
CPU i5 4670K 265,00 U$
FX 8350 215,00 U$

Cases
Corsair 300R 100,00 U$
Cooler Master 430 Elite 78,00 U$

Water Coolers
Corsair H80i 111,00 U$
Corsair H100i 127,00 U$
Zalman LQ 310 87,00 U$

HD SSD
SSD Samsung 840 PRO Series 120GB 152,00 U$
SSD Samsung 840 Series 250GB 180,00 U$

VGAs

Gigabyte HD7970 GV-R797OC-3GD 1100M 520,00 U$
Gigabyte GTX 770 OC 2GB GV-N770OC-2GD 505,00 U$
MSI GeForce GTX 780 3GB Gaming Edition 750,00 U$

PSu
ATX 750W OCZ FATAL1TY 116,00 U$
ATX 650W Corsair TX 105,00 U$
ATX OCZ 550W Real 82,00 U$


PS: Dont need another HDD, and sry bad grammar
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  1. Whats the best config to play? Need to change?
  2. from your options, the FX-8350 build is better for gaming. you DO need a hard drive though, a 1TB seagate or barracuda or western digital 6gb/s should be fine, especially for gaming SSD's dont really help much other then boot time, and 120gb or 250gb will burn out really fast, considering most games today are anywhere from 12-35 GB.
  3. Felipe Lek said:
    Whats the best config to play? Need to change?

    I'd swap out your case options for something a little more expensive/better to increase cooling potential and options. For example, a 600T is a great, highly recommended case that can be used for water cooling if you wanted to, but is also a great air-cooling case. It's slightly more expensive at ~$169 USD though.
  4. Best answer
    IwinFTW said:
    Felipe Lek said:
    Whats the best config to play? Need to change?

    I'd swap out your case options for something a little more expensive/better to increase cooling potential and options. For example, a 600T is a great, highly recommended case that can be used for water cooling if you wanted to, but is also a great air-cooling case. It's slightly more expensive at ~$169 USD though.


    if brazil is an indication of what sort of parts he can get his hands on in paraguai, its in cases we get shafted on, not many to choose from, but the 300R from corsair is pretty good, especially if its the second revision with rubber grommets on the cable management and acrylic side panel with 2x120mm slot for fans.
  5. IwinFTW said:
    Felipe Lek said:
    Whats the best config to play? Need to change?

    I'd swap out your case options for something a little more expensive/better to increase cooling potential and options. For example, a 600T is a great, highly recommended case that can be used for water cooling if you wanted to, but is also a great air-cooling case. It's slightly more expensive at ~$169 USD though.


    Here that case is too expensive (600T 259,00 U$ and a CM 932 200,00 U$) and i see the 300R supports H80i
  6. Felipe Lek said:

    Here that case is too expensive (600T 259,00 U$ and a CM 932 200,00 U$) and i see the 300R supports H80i

    Corsair and Cooler Master aren't your only alternatives. I'm sure you can find deals on Lian Li, Fractal Design, and Bitfenix cases, which are all great cases and should fit your budget (more or less).
  7. IwinFTW said:
    Felipe Lek said:

    Here that case is too expensive (600T 259,00 U$ and a CM 932 200,00 U$) and i see the 300R supports H80i

    Corsair and Cooler Master aren't your only alternatives. I'm sure you can find deals on Lian Li, Fractal Design, and Bitfenix cases, which are all great cases and should fit your budget (more or less).


    not sure about paraguai, but i've never found those brands here :)
  8. Rhavi Marques said:
    not sure about paraguai, but i've never found those brands here :)

    There are a plethora of online stores that ship internationally (Amazon probably does, don't know about Newegg and others), so that shouldn't be an issue unless you have a fascination with brick-and-mortar stores.
  9. IwinFTW said:
    Rhavi Marques said:
    not sure about paraguai, but i've never found those brands here :)

    There are a plethora of online stores that ship internationally (Amazon probably does, don't know about Newegg and others), so that shouldn't be an issue unless you have a fascination with brick-and-mortar stores.

    the problem is if they get caught in customs you'll have to pay tons more for it, at least in brazil it is so, and big things usually do (like cases)
  10. Rhavi Marques said:

    the problem is if they get caught in customs you'll have to pay tons more for it, at least in brazil it is so, and big things usually do (like cases)


    Yeah I *STRONGLY* encourage anyone who comes to this forum that if you buy PC parts, it's always best to buy locally. If you import from the US you probably will get hosed big time with shipping fees and import taxes. You'll also get better deals buying from a local distributor or online reseller.
  11. Rhavi Marques said:
    IwinFTW said:
    Felipe Lek said:
    Whats the best config to play? Need to change?

    I'd swap out your case options for something a little more expensive/better to increase cooling potential and options. For example, a 600T is a great, highly recommended case that can be used for water cooling if you wanted to, but is also a great air-cooling case. It's slightly more expensive at ~$169 USD though.


    if brazil is an indication of what sort of parts he can get his hands on in paraguai, its in cases we get shafted on, not many to choose from, but the 300R from corsair is pretty good, especially if its the second revision with rubber grommets on the cable management and acrylic side panel with 2x120mm slot for fans.


    IwinFTW said:
    Felipe Lek said:

    Here that case is too expensive (600T 259,00 U$ and a CM 932 200,00 U$) and i see the 300R supports H80i

    Corsair and Cooler Master aren't your only alternatives. I'm sure you can find deals on Lian Li, Fractal Design, and Bitfenix cases, which are all great cases and should fit your budget (more or less).


    I got this at the site here comprasparaguai.com.br
    ATX Sentey GS-6700 Spider 189,00 U$
    Thermaltake Overseer RX-I Snow Edition ATX Full Tower Case 168,00 U$ I guess the best option cons color
    Thermaltake Chaser MK-1 205,00 U$
    Thermaltake Revo Snow Edition 165,00 U$
  12. g-unit1111 said:
    Rhavi Marques said:

    the problem is if they get caught in customs you'll have to pay tons more for it, at least in brazil it is so, and big things usually do (like cases)


    Yeah I *STRONGLY* encourage anyone who comes to this forum that if you buy PC parts, it's always best to buy locally. If you import from the US you probably will get hosed big time with shipping fees and import taxes. You'll also get better deals buying from a local distributor or online reseller.


    Agree, ill buy here in paraguay... and the diference is small.
  13. Felipe Lek said:
    g-unit1111 said:
    Rhavi Marques said:

    the problem is if they get caught in customs you'll have to pay tons more for it, at least in brazil it is so, and big things usually do (like cases)


    Yeah I *STRONGLY* encourage anyone who comes to this forum that if you buy PC parts, it's always best to buy locally. If you import from the US you probably will get hosed big time with shipping fees and import taxes. You'll also get better deals buying from a local distributor or online reseller.


    Agree, ill buy here in paraguay... and the diference is small.



    What store are you buying from? If you post that we can suggest parts. Language doesn't matter - I use Google Chrome and it has a built in translator.
  14. g-unit1111 said:
    Felipe Lek said:
    g-unit1111 said:
    Rhavi Marques said:

    the problem is if they get caught in customs you'll have to pay tons more for it, at least in brazil it is so, and big things usually do (like cases)


    Yeah I *STRONGLY* encourage anyone who comes to this forum that if you buy PC parts, it's always best to buy locally. If you import from the US you probably will get hosed big time with shipping fees and import taxes. You'll also get better deals buying from a local distributor or online reseller.


    Agree, ill buy here in paraguay... and the diference is small.



    What store are you buying from? If you post that we can suggest parts. Language doesn't matter - I use Google Chrome and it has a built in translator.


    www.comprasparaguai.com.br
    multi stores sites in one all from paraguay

    To searche: Ordernar por (order by) Maior Preço = High Prices / Menor Preço = Less Price
    Cases = Gabinete
    Motherboard = mb (example mb msi z87 gd65)
    CPU = CPU (example CPU i7 4770K)
    PSU= Fonte (example fonte 750w ocz)
    Memory = Mem (example mem ddr3 corsair)
    Hard Disk = HD ( example HD 1tb seagate)
    Solid SSD = SSD (example ssd 120GB)
    Cooler = the models i want already is the topic
    VGA = Placa de video (example GTX780 / GTX770)
  15. Felipe Lek said:


    SSDs only improve loading time for games and boot time. It also speeds up your OS slightly because of the read/write speeds you can get with SSDs. Other than that, it doesn't make a noticeable difference. If you have the budget, you can easily get a 60GB SSD as a boot drive and use a hard drive for everything else.

    Also, I had no idea that customs confiscated stuff in (broad guess) the South American region. Here in the U.S., and I'm assuming it's the same in Brazil etc., we'd have to declare the case etc. but I don't know about Customs fees. Shipping fees would be definite.
  16. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3rvje This should do the trick for your gaming PC .
    Might be able to run all current games at ultra settings .
    I added the thermal paste in case you didn't have one
    If you want an intel cpu ....
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3rvli
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