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December 3, 2013 9:46:27 PM

I have updated my "shopping cart" and here is what I have. I would like to know if these parts will fit together and even fit in the case. Also one thing is that if you have any better possible deals I could get for each thing, and maybe a better deal for a better part. And Finally if these parts are any good for what I'm paying, and if there's any better parts that I can afford (Budget= 550-650) THANKS

Disk Drive : Price:$18. LITE-ON DVD Burner - Bulk 24X DVD+R 8X DVD+RW 12X DVD+R DL 24X DVD-R 6X DVD-RW 16X DVD-ROM 48X CD-R 32X CD-RW 48X CD-ROM Black SATA Model iHAS124-04 - OEM

Case : Price: $36. Fractal Design Core 1000 FD-CA-CORE-1000-USB3-BL Black Steel MicroATX Mid Tower Computer Case

Motherboard : $55. MSI H61M-E33/W8 LGA 1155 Intel H61 HDMI Micro ATX Intel Motherboard with UEFI BIOS

RAM : $45. CORSAIR 4GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333 Desktop Memory Model CMV4GX3M1A1333C9

Graphics card ; $99. ASUS GT640-2GD3 GeForce GT 640 2GB 128-bit DDR3 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card

Processor : $300 . Intel Core i7-3820 Sandy Bridge-E 3.6GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost) LGA 2011 130W Quad-Core Desktop Processor BX80619i73820

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December 3, 2013 10:36:57 PM

That is a really badly configured build, as you will have a horrible bottleneck for your CPU by your GPU and RAM. I recommend getting an i5-4670k, GTX 760 2GB, and 8 GB of RAM. Try pcpartpicker.com next time, as your motherboard isn't even compatible with your CPU.
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December 4, 2013 4:49:05 PM

Nuclear101 said:
That is a really badly configured build, as you will have a horrible bottleneck for your CPU by your GPU and RAM. I recommend getting an i5-4670k, GTX 760 2GB, and 8 GB of RAM. Try pcpartpicker.com next time, as your motherboard isn't even compatible with your CPU.


Thanks! But I still have some question.
1) does pcpartpicker.com tell if the parts are compatible?
2) what kind of ram should I be getting?
3) what kind of motherboard should I be getting?
Thanks and it helps a lot for my first PC build, mostly because I would like this to be a well working computer.
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December 4, 2013 5:38:01 PM

ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
That is a really badly configured build, as you will have a horrible bottleneck for your CPU by your GPU and RAM. I recommend getting an i5-4670k, GTX 760 2GB, and 8 GB of RAM. Try pcpartpicker.com next time, as your motherboard isn't even compatible with your CPU.


Thanks! But I still have some question.
1) does pcpartpicker.com tell if the parts are compatible?
2) what kind of ram should I be getting?
3) what kind of motherboard should I be getting?
Thanks and it helps a lot for my first PC build, mostly because I would like this to be a well working computer.


1. pcpartpicker.com is one step ahead of you :D  it automatically filters out un-compatible parts eg. you choose an i5-4670k, it will filter out all amd motherboards, all non-lga 1150 motherboards, etc. until it reaches 100% compatability

2. I recommend Corsair Vengance Pro/Dominator Platinum if you have the money. Also, for gaming, 8 GB (2x4Gb) is enough. My recommend speeds and timings are: DDR3-1600 or 1866 at CAS of 9.

3. I recommend a motherboard by either AsRock, Asus (The sabertooth and maximus vi series are the best, but not for your budget range, sadly), Gigabyte (Sniper series only), or MSi (Gaming Series or MPower).
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December 10, 2013 4:04:01 PM

Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
That is a really badly configured build, as you will have a horrible bottleneck for your CPU by your GPU and RAM. I recommend getting an i5-4670k, GTX 760 2GB, and 8 GB of RAM. Try pcpartpicker.com next time, as your motherboard isn't even compatible with your CPU.


Thanks! But I still have some question.
1) does pcpartpicker.com tell if the parts are compatible?
2) what kind of ram should I be getting?
3) what kind of motherboard should I be getting?
Thanks and it helps a lot for my first PC build, mostly because I would like this to be a well working computer.


1. pcpartpicker.com is one step ahead of you :D  it automatically filters out un-compatible parts eg. you choose an i5-4670k, it will filter out all amd motherboards, all non-lga 1150 motherboards, etc. until it reaches 100% compatability

2. I recommend Corsair Vengance Pro/Dominator Platinum if you have the money. Also, for gaming, 8 GB (2x4Gb) is enough. My recommend speeds and timings are: DDR3-1600 or 1866 at CAS of 9.

3. I recommend a motherboard by either AsRock, Asus (The sabertooth and maximus vi series are the best, but not for your budget range, sadly), Gigabyte (Sniper series only), or MSi (Gaming Series or MPower).



Does this look good?: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2inb1
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December 10, 2013 4:14:26 PM

ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
That is a really badly configured build, as you will have a horrible bottleneck for your CPU by your GPU and RAM. I recommend getting an i5-4670k, GTX 760 2GB, and 8 GB of RAM. Try pcpartpicker.com next time, as your motherboard isn't even compatible with your CPU.


Thanks! But I still have some question.
1) does pcpartpicker.com tell if the parts are compatible?
2) what kind of ram should I be getting?
3) what kind of motherboard should I be getting?
Thanks and it helps a lot for my first PC build, mostly because I would like this to be a well working computer.


1. pcpartpicker.com is one step ahead of you :D  it automatically filters out un-compatible parts eg. you choose an i5-4670k, it will filter out all amd motherboards, all non-lga 1150 motherboards, etc. until it reaches 100% compatability

2. I recommend Corsair Vengance Pro/Dominator Platinum if you have the money. Also, for gaming, 8 GB (2x4Gb) is enough. My recommend speeds and timings are: DDR3-1600 or 1866 at CAS of 9.

3. I recommend a motherboard by either AsRock, Asus (The sabertooth and maximus vi series are the best, but not for your budget range, sadly), Gigabyte (Sniper series only), or MSi (Gaming Series or MPower).



Does this look good?: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2inb1


I would recommend switching RAM to Corsair or G. Skill Sniper's. I would also get a better GPU to prevent bottlenecking.
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December 10, 2013 4:40:39 PM

Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
That is a really badly configured build, as you will have a horrible bottleneck for your CPU by your GPU and RAM. I recommend getting an i5-4670k, GTX 760 2GB, and 8 GB of RAM. Try pcpartpicker.com next time, as your motherboard isn't even compatible with your CPU.


Thanks! But I still have some question.
1) does pcpartpicker.com tell if the parts are compatible?
2) what kind of ram should I be getting?
3) what kind of motherboard should I be getting?
Thanks and it helps a lot for my first PC build, mostly because I would like this to be a well working computer.


1. pcpartpicker.com is one step ahead of you :D  it automatically filters out un-compatible parts eg. you choose an i5-4670k, it will filter out all amd motherboards, all non-lga 1150 motherboards, etc. until it reaches 100% compatability

2. I recommend Corsair Vengance Pro/Dominator Platinum if you have the money. Also, for gaming, 8 GB (2x4Gb) is enough. My recommend speeds and timings are: DDR3-1600 or 1866 at CAS of 9.

3. I recommend a motherboard by either AsRock, Asus (The sabertooth and maximus vi series are the best, but not for your budget range, sadly), Gigabyte (Sniper series only), or MSi (Gaming Series or MPower).



Does this look good?: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2inb1


I would recommend switching RAM to Corsair or G. Skill Sniper's. I would also get a better GPU to prevent bottlenecking.


Just asking what is a GPU?
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December 10, 2013 4:42:58 PM

ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
That is a really badly configured build, as you will have a horrible bottleneck for your CPU by your GPU and RAM. I recommend getting an i5-4670k, GTX 760 2GB, and 8 GB of RAM. Try pcpartpicker.com next time, as your motherboard isn't even compatible with your CPU.


Thanks! But I still have some question.
1) does pcpartpicker.com tell if the parts are compatible?
2) what kind of ram should I be getting?
3) what kind of motherboard should I be getting?
Thanks and it helps a lot for my first PC build, mostly because I would like this to be a well working computer.


1. pcpartpicker.com is one step ahead of you :D  it automatically filters out un-compatible parts eg. you choose an i5-4670k, it will filter out all amd motherboards, all non-lga 1150 motherboards, etc. until it reaches 100% compatability

2. I recommend Corsair Vengance Pro/Dominator Platinum if you have the money. Also, for gaming, 8 GB (2x4Gb) is enough. My recommend speeds and timings are: DDR3-1600 or 1866 at CAS of 9.

3. I recommend a motherboard by either AsRock, Asus (The sabertooth and maximus vi series are the best, but not for your budget range, sadly), Gigabyte (Sniper series only), or MSi (Gaming Series or MPower).



Does this look good?: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2inb1


I would recommend switching RAM to Corsair or G. Skill Sniper's. I would also get a better GPU to prevent bottlenecking.


Just asking what is a GPU?


0.0 wow... A GPU is the Graphics Card. I recommend at least a GTX 660 Ti or GTX 760. Do NOT get the reference designs. They are just awful in temperature. What's your budget for the GPU?
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December 10, 2013 4:57:40 PM

Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
That is a really badly configured build, as you will have a horrible bottleneck for your CPU by your GPU and RAM. I recommend getting an i5-4670k, GTX 760 2GB, and 8 GB of RAM. Try pcpartpicker.com next time, as your motherboard isn't even compatible with your CPU.


Thanks! But I still have some question.
1) does pcpartpicker.com tell if the parts are compatible?
2) what kind of ram should I be getting?
3) what kind of motherboard should I be getting?
Thanks and it helps a lot for my first PC build, mostly because I would like this to be a well working computer.


1. pcpartpicker.com is one step ahead of you :D  it automatically filters out un-compatible parts eg. you choose an i5-4670k, it will filter out all amd motherboards, all non-lga 1150 motherboards, etc. until it reaches 100% compatability

2. I recommend Corsair Vengance Pro/Dominator Platinum if you have the money. Also, for gaming, 8 GB (2x4Gb) is enough. My recommend speeds and timings are: DDR3-1600 or 1866 at CAS of 9.

3. I recommend a motherboard by either AsRock, Asus (The sabertooth and maximus vi series are the best, but not for your budget range, sadly), Gigabyte (Sniper series only), or MSi (Gaming Series or MPower).



Does this look good?: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2inb1


I would recommend switching RAM to Corsair or G. Skill Sniper's. I would also get a better GPU to prevent bottlenecking.


Just asking what is a GPU?


0.0 wow... A GPU is the Graphics Card. I recommend at least a GTX 660 Ti or GTX 760. Do NOT get the reference designs. They are just awful in temperature. What's your budget for the GPU?


$100-120 maybe, trying to keep this build not to costly, because I am not really in the position to get a high-priced PC.
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December 16, 2013 7:13:23 PM

I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.
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December 16, 2013 7:27:32 PM

Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?
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December 16, 2013 7:39:05 PM

ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.
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December 16, 2013 8:08:54 PM

Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.
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December 16, 2013 8:46:46 PM

ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.


Its under the "storage" tab.
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December 17, 2013 5:25:48 AM

Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.


Its under the "storage" tab.


Yes, but I mean do I search for 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO or what...
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December 17, 2013 2:45:35 PM

ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.


Its under the "storage" tab.


Yes, but I mean do I search for 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO or what...


Yes, just search for that.
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December 17, 2013 5:10:14 PM

Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.


Its under the "storage" tab.


Yes, but I mean do I search for 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO or what...


Yes, just search for that.


Gees, Pricey, okay so this look like a good final? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2m0sv
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December 17, 2013 5:29:33 PM

ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.


Its under the "storage" tab.


Yes, but I mean do I search for 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO or what...


Yes, just search for that.


Gees, Pricey, okay so this look like a good final? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2m0sv


Yep, that's a great build.
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December 17, 2013 6:59:47 PM

Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.


Its under the "storage" tab.


Yes, but I mean do I search for 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO or what...


Yes, just search for that.


Gees, Pricey, okay so this look like a good final? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2m0sv


Yep, that's a great build.


wait one last thing is that memory (120 gb) enough? Because I do some Medium video editing and stuff and use fraps and such.
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December 17, 2013 9:05:57 PM

ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.


Its under the "storage" tab.


Yes, but I mean do I search for 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO or what...


Yes, just search for that.


Gees, Pricey, okay so this look like a good final? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2m0sv


Yep, that's a great build.


wait one last thing is that memory (120 gb) enough? Because I do some Medium video editing and stuff and use fraps and such.


So how big are your videos, as now you need to purchase a 1-2TB WD Caviar (Black is highly recommended but blue can work) (Add green drives for less used videos)
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December 18, 2013 3:48:08 PM

Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
ThatVikingMoose said:
Nuclear101 said:
I will recommend changing the CPU cooler to a Hyper 212 EVO but that's pretty much it.


And is it necessary to get some storage?


Oh whoops :)  totally missed that. I recommend a 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO with a WD Caviar Blue 1-2TB. For light to medium video editing, 1Tb is enough, for heavy video storage, use 2Tb.


Um, on partpicker, what exactly is it that I should be searching to find this? Can't seem to find it, sorry.


Its under the "storage" tab.


Yes, but I mean do I search for 120 GB Samsung 840 EVO or what...


Yes, just search for that.


Gees, Pricey, okay so this look like a good final? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2m0sv


Yep, that's a great build.


wait one last thing is that memory (120 gb) enough? Because I do some Medium video editing and stuff and use fraps and such.


So how big are your videos, as now you need to purchase a 1-2TB WD Caviar (Black is highly recommended but blue can work) (Add green drives for less used videos)


like 35 secs and it was 2gb big.
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