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Worth waiting for Boxing Day to buy these parts?

Hello all I've decided to take the pc gaming plunge and want to do so in style my budget is around 3 grand and I've mapped out what I want pretty much.. I'm curious tho will I be able to save any money on these parts on Boxing Day?

CPU: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/intel-cpu-bx80646i74770k

CPU Cooler:

http://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-cpu-cooler-h100i

Motherboard:
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX47977

Memory:
http://www.computervalley.ca/khx16c9t3k4/16x/16gb-1600mhz-ddr3-cl9-dimm-kit-of-4-xmp-beast-series

Storage:
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX47587

Storage:
http://pcpartpicker.com/part/western-digital-internal-hard-drive-wd1002faex

Video Card:
Will be going with the gtx 780Ti

Case:
http://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-case-750d

Power Supply:
http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=16950AC5548&vpn=CP-9020037-NA&manufacture=OTHERS

Monitor:
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX43207

Keyboard:
http://pcpartpicker.com/part/razer-keyboard-rz0300381900r3u1

Mouse:
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX45254

Windows 8.1
Also i live in canada so I'm trying to shop for parts here as it's easier.
Any and all help highly appreciated.
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  1. Executeorder66 said:
    Hello all I've decided to take the pc gaming plunge and want to do so in style my budget is around 3 grand and I've mapped out what I want pretty much.. I'm curious tho will I be able to save any money on these parts on Boxing Day?

    CPU: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/intel-cpu-bx80646i74770k

    CPU Cooler:

    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-cpu-cooler-h100i

    Motherboard:
    http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX47977

    Memory:
    http://www.computervalley.ca/khx16c9t3k4/16x/16gb-1600mhz-ddr3-cl9-dimm-kit-of-4-xmp-beast-series

    Storage:
    http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX47587

    Storage:
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/western-digital-internal-hard-drive-wd1002faex

    Video Card:
    Will be going with the gtx 780Ti

    Case:
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-case-750d

    Power Supply
    http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX40937

    Monitor:
    http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX43207

    Keyboard:
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/razer-keyboard-rz0300381900r3u1

    Mouse:
    http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX45254

    Windows 8.1
    Also i live in canada so I'm trying to shop for parts here as it's easier.
    Any and all help highly appreciated.




    1200 watt psu is overkill
  2. Ok I'm a pc gaming noob and have used this site as my roadmap to making my gaming rig. Could you give me a PSU that is great for the parts I've listed please?
  3. Executeorder66 said:
    Ok I'm a pc gaming noob and have used this site as my roadmap to making my gaming rig. Could you give me a PSU that is great for the parts I've listed please?


    If your looking to sli then the corsair 860i is a a good psu, or you can get a 700watt ish psu. Just because theoretically you can run it on 600 watts, a 700-750 watt psu allows head room
  4. ed d said:
    Executeorder66 said:
    Ok I'm a pc gaming noob and have used this site as my roadmap to making my gaming rig. Could you give me a PSU that is great for the parts I've listed please?


    If your looking to sli then the corsair 860i is a a good psu, or you can get a 700watt ish psu. Just because theoretically you can run it on 600 watts, a 700-750 watt psu allows head room


    Sorry for noob question but "sli" as in two graphics cards? For now it'll just be the one gtx 780Ti. But down the line I might add another one.
    I'm looking to run most games on ultra or high settings. Hoping that after tax I can hit a $3000 budget.. Is that possible for the gaming settings I'd want?
  5. Executeorder66 said:
    ed d said:
    Executeorder66 said:
    Ok I'm a pc gaming noob and have used this site as my roadmap to making my gaming rig. Could you give me a PSU that is great for the parts I've listed please?


    If your looking to sli then the corsair 860i is a a good psu, or you can get a 700watt ish psu. Just because theoretically you can run it on 600 watts, a 700-750 watt psu allows head room


    Sorry for noob question but "sli" as in two graphics cards? For now it'll just be the one gtx 780Ti. But down the line I might add another one.
    I'm looking to run most games on ultra or high settings. Hoping that after tax I can hit a $3000 budget.. Is that possible for the gaming settings I'd want?


    You should definitely hit ultra on a 780ti

    sli means 2+ nvidia cards

    crossfire means 2+ amd cards
  6. Thanks Ed for such quick responses and the help MUCH appreciated. I've edited the list to include the 860i PSU. I've basically went off of this site and Frankieonpcin1080p's setup lol.
    If you see anywhere I've made a mistake or complete overkill as you've said could you mention it? Although keep in mind I'd like to use this for gaming for at least two years IF possible*
  7. http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/1YcXK
    That is a semi-setup

    its hard to say the price of a 780ti... so i went overkill and put a titan in there (so it'll be less than that)

    change the ram to (2x8gb) so in the future by some miracle games need 16+gb of ram it allows you to add two more sticks in there


    I added some extra fans in there, as i like my rig as quiet as possible and can vouch for them, but they can also be added down the line
  8. Awesome thanks! Bookmarked that page and according to nvidia 780Ti will be priced at $700.
  9. Best answer
    Executeorder66 said:
    Awesome thanks! Bookmarked that page and according to nvidia 780Ti will be priced at $700.


    Should be about $3000 roughly then, sorry I couldn't be more specific but its hard to say when it isnt released

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