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Will this make a good work and gaming pc? (Reposted Due To Lack of Repliers)

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August 11, 2013 11:20:01 PM

I want to know if it's excellent for work and gaming. It'll be nice if you can suggest me different items for price/performance!
These all link to amazon.
(Reposted Due To Lack of Repliers)

Case - http://goo.gl/5TJdj9
PSU - http://goo.gl/n9kZjZ
MotherBoard - http://goo.gl/UaieFs
WaterCooler - http://goo.gl/Cq5SXR
Processor - http://goo.gl/NtTvA4
GPU - http://goo.gl/8BWR9t
GPU (Optional) - http://goo.gl/zs2Y8E
SoundCard - http://goo.gl/Oib27p
Memory - http://goo.gl/YAqZOd
HDD - http://goo.gl/KCyUw1
DiskDrive - http://goo.gl/VOiPSn
Windows8Pro (I don't really care how horrible it is) - http://goo.gl/DYx1Vo
MicrosoftOffice2013 - http://goo.gl/d9rjZK
Mouse - http://goo.gl/OgjOfh
Keyboard - http://goo.gl/SVP2G5
RazerNostromo - http://goo.gl/WIl4Sz
HeadSet - http://goo.gl/he6IST

All of this sums up to
$2974.06

$3325.36 With the Titan alone

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August 11, 2013 11:25:42 PM
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People normally don't bother replying if they have to check out 20 different links.

Thus it's good netiquette to list the items here too, by name, so people don't have to open

so many links. But I can tell you that a Titan isn't necessary. It's too expensive for what you get;

that's what most will tell you. A GTX 770 for instance would be preferable. "Work" is also a vague

term. Meaning people can't give you advice on what might be better, as work could cover anything

from document pushing to hardcore 3D work. Usually you don't have to spend more than 2K at the max

for a great gaming PC; depending on what you mean by "work" too.
August 11, 2013 11:32:56 PM

What X79 said...I clicked on this post and saw all those links. Go to www.pcpartpicker.com and make and share the list from that, to here. Also as he said, "work" is vague. If you want answers, we need answers.

Edit: Since you are willing to blow 1k on the extreme hexa core CPU, you MAY AS WELL grab a TITAN. You then can delete this topic and safely know you can handle anything.

Double Edit: What?? No SSD? GOTTA have a SSD man as well as your 1 TB HDD for storage.

Triple Edit: Drop that old sound card and grab the new and way more improved one
http://www.amazon.com/Creative-Blaster-Gaming-Control-S...
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August 11, 2013 11:38:07 PM

X79 said:
People normally don't bother replying if they have to check out 20 different links.

Thus it's good netiquette to list the items here too, by name, so people don't have to open

so many links. But I can tell you that a Titan isn't necessary. It's too expensive for what you get;

that's what most will tell you. A GTX 770 for instance would be preferable. "Work" is also a vague

term. Meaning people can't give you advice on what might be better, as work could cover anything

from document pushing to hardcore 3D work. Usually you don't have to spend more than 2K at the max

for a great gaming PC; depending on what you mean by "work" too.


Thanks
August 11, 2013 11:42:07 PM

Heironious said:
What X79 said...I clicked on this post and saw all those links. Go to www.pcpartpicker.com and make and share the list from that, to here. Also as he said, "work" is vague. If you want answers, we need answers.

Edit: Since you are willing to blow 1k on the extreme hexa core CPU, you MAY AS WELL grab a TITAN. You then can delete this topic and safely know you can handle anything.

Double Edit: What?? No SSD? GOTTA have a SSD man as well as your 1 TB HDD for storage.

Triple Edit: Drop that old sound card and grab the new and way more improved one
http://www.amazon.com/Creative-Blaster-Gaming-Control-S...


Thanks for the suggestions!
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