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December 9, 2013 6:09:41 AM

Brother Iam building a New Pc Which can Play just like Next gen and is Superior in Games I will list Things you make my Choice Simple tell if there are compatible . So here. :
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Processor :
Intel Core i5-4670 3.40GHz Haswell Socket LGA1150
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Intel Core i5-3570K 3.40GHz Ivybridge Socket LGA1155
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1Motherboard :
ASRock Z87 EXTREME4 Intel Z87 Socket 1150 DDR3 ATX
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WHAT U ADVICE
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2Graphic Card :
Nvidia GTX 660ti Royal Queen (Club3d)
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AMD Radeon HD 7850 Royal King (Club3d)
NOTE: I have Gtx 660ti but if Hd 7850 is better than if u say ill buy it .
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3Internal Hard Drives
http://www.iamextreme.net/category.php?CategoryId=12
NOTE: I dont know what does internal hard drive mean Take a look brother and do tell me what 1 if I need okay and what will Work on my Processor (Check Westren Digitle ones TOO!!! )
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4Ram
Dont laugh but whats Ram? And do i need it?, how much? I found some Kingston and Corsair Admit it brother They have no style just a piece of Chipboard from the lake of Yabadudu Eyehive O.o oh well
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5Disk Driver
idk :/  I thought They were like cheap.., I will plan to buy a nice 1 okay here
Samsung SH-B083L
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ASUS BC-12B1LT
NOTE: price is same , Asus Bc has Light Scribe Tech which i really Like :D 
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6Sound card
Q: Does 5.1 Headset Support Pc with 7.1 Sound card?? Like Roccat kave
I only found Creative Sound 5.1 Cards but Found no Card saying " 5.1 Surround sound card" I mean is Creative sound 5.1 cards same as 5.1 Surround sound cards?? For roccat kave? IDK WHY THEY ARE SO CHEAP??? If i buy 5.1 card can it support Stereo Sound headset too?
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7 Headset,Mouse,Keyboard.
Keyboard : Roccat Isku / Roccat Shit
Mouse : Roccat Kone +
Headset : Roccat kave 5.1 (GAMING)
Headset : BeatsPRO (Music)
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8 Case :'( 
I dont understand this Shit U might So please
Xigmatek ASGARD 328 black/black
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Gigabyte Sumo A
------------------------------- Do answer all please GOD BLESSYOU!!!!! AND UR FAMILY!
EDIT : NEED for Hard core Long romantic gaming (FPS TOO ) & Movies and Downloading and Playing Online games eg Contract wars, Red crucible 2....
December 9, 2013 6:22:56 AM

What do you need it for and how much is your budget?

For one these are the things you can't skimp on.
MoBo: Any MoBo with a Z87 chipset and compatible socket
RAM: Kingston HyperX 8GB Blu 1600MHz (YES YOU NEED IT!!!)
HDD: 1TB Seagate Barracuda HDD
ODD: Any DVD-RW drive will do

Case: Choose one from CoolerMaster, Antec, Thermaltake, or Corsair (bigger is usually better but you may want to get one from the mid-range)
Sound Card: Unless you're using 7.1 surround, the onboard hardware will suffice. (or you can invest in those Digital to Analog converters)
Music Headset: Audio-technica ATH-M50. (DO NOT BUY BEATS! YOU MAY REGRET THAT DECISION)
Gaming Headset: Corsair Vengeance 1500 (These connect by USB so you don't need a sound card)
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December 9, 2013 6:25:46 AM

CPU (#0?): 4670. Newer, and no offense, but I don't really want someone with your level of knowledge too close to an overclockable chip. I'd go for something like an i5-4430 though.

1: Cheapest H87 board they have from ASRock, Asus, Gigabyte, or MSI.

2: 660Ti out of those two. Might want to look into a 760 or R9 270X, too. Or even move up to a R9 280X. I wouldn't go for Club3D; see if you can get a Gigabyte, Asus, Sapphire, or MSI one. If you already have a 660Ti, stick with that.

3: This: http://www.iamextreme.net/product.php?ProductId=239 500GB WD Blue.

4: I can't find any RAM on that site (strange). But you want 2x4GB DDR3-1600 CL9 1.5V. Cheapest is fine.

5: Whatever, so long as it reads DVDs. You can even do without, if you want to install an OS from a USB drive.

6: Don't bother; your motherboard has a perfectly good one built in.

7: Whatever you want. Peripherals are largely up to you.

8: Largely Aesthetics. Any ATX case will probably do fine.

You'll want a PSU, though. Anything 500W+ from tiers 1, 2, or 2b of this list: http://www.eggxpert.comhttp://m.bestofmedia.com/sfp/ima...
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December 9, 2013 6:27:24 AM

Thanks for Reply!
Well Budget is low I have to buy PS4 too And Thats all for Case
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December 9, 2013 6:27:53 AM

internal hdds just go in your case. external 1s sit outside it in there own separate enclosures.
stay clear of light scribe, it pollutes the internals of the drive leading to read errors and write fails in a very short time. the fumes created settle on the lens which eventually stop it focusing correctly. so if you have 1 dont use the lite scribe function unless your willing to replace the drive in 6 months.

ram for a gamer 8 gigs. productivity 16+gigs just reading an email of 3 then 2-4 gigs is enough. yes you need it, its used by the pc as a space to run programs in. (its not the same as a HDD.)

7.1 sound card will support 5.1 headsets. if it doesnt support it directly it will disable the left right back speaker output to do so all cards support stereo as the basic standard but you will have to make that selection yourself in windows or you will end up with missing or dropped audio.

as for the headset its garbage mate... perfectly fine for sitting on the bus listening to your ipod but its not a gaming headset or an audiophile headset... its basically an advert for DR DRE. and are not good quality audio gear. so get something better that costs way less money.

the xigmatek case is better layout for cooling and has more options for drives and cable management. so unless the gigabyte is substantially cheaper xigmatek is the better option.
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December 9, 2013 6:33:37 AM

HEXiT said:
internal hdds just go in your case. external 1s sit outside it in there own separate enclosures.
stay clear of light scribe, it pollutes the internals of the drive leading to read errors and write fails in a very short time. the fumes created settle on the lens which eventually stop it focusing correctly. so if you have 1 dont use the lite scribe function unless your willing to replace the drive in 6 months.

ram for a gamer 8 gigs. productivity 16+gigs just reading an email of 3 then 2-4 gigs is enough. yes you need it, its used by the pc as a space to run programs in. (its not the same as a HDD.)

7.1 sound card will support 5.1 headsets. if it doesnt support it directly it will disable the left right back speaker output to do so all cards support stereo as the basic standard but you will have to make that selection yourself in windows or you will end up with missing or dropped audio.

as for the headset its garbage mate... perfectly fine for sitting on the bus listening to your ipod but its not a gaming headset or an audiophile headset... its basically an advert for DR DRE. and are not good quality audio gear. so get something better that costs way less money.

the xigmatek case is better layout for cooling and has more options for drives and cable management. so unless the gigabyte is substantially cheaper xigmatek is the better option.

What do you Advice sir

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December 9, 2013 6:39:48 AM

xigmatek for the case.
stenhiesers for the headset. if you can afford them. plantronics do a decent cheap headset that gives great audio for the price and the mic's not to shabby either.
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December 9, 2013 6:40:59 AM

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stay clear of light scribe, it pollutes the internals of the drive leading to read errors and write fails in a very short time. the fumes created settle on the lens which eventually stop it focusing correctly. so if you have 1 dont use the lite scribe function unless your willing to replace the drive in 6 months.


Really? I've got a ~6 year old lightscribe drive that burned around 50 cds that's still going strong today (plus another drive that hasn't done as much lightscribing, but still years old and fine). Source?

Don't bother with a dedicated soundcard. Waste of money. And I would be suspicious about spending any significant sum on headphones without reviews.
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December 9, 2013 6:46:33 AM

Hi Go with the i5 4670 or 4670k processor and the ASRock Motherboard you listed AS for the Optical Drive go with the LiteON iHAS124-04. It has lightscribe ( running one in here ). As for internal Hard drive, just get a 1tb western digital Caviar black or Seagate Barracuda. For CPU cooling, the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO is good. For RAM Corsair, GSkill, Crucial, & Kingston are all good. 2 x 4gb sticks of 1600Mhz will be good. Either Video card is fine, but you should have a Power supply of at least 550w. Seasonic, Corsair, PCPower& Cooling, Silverstone, & XFX all al reliable PSUs. I don't think you really need an audio card as the onboard stuff these days is pretty good. I am using the onboard chipset with a Creative Tactic 3D Alpha headset and it does fine in both Music and gaming. As for a case the Cooler master 912 HAF or 922 HAF mid towers are both good.
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December 9, 2013 6:46:34 AM

HEXIT's answer Solved some But now my thead says Solved? :'(  Should i remake it agian?
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December 9, 2013 6:50:33 AM

It says 'Solved' because you hit the 'Pick as a solution' button.

See the second link in my sig for good PSUs.
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December 9, 2013 6:51:01 AM

Jacob Aline said:
HEXIT's answer Solved some But now my thead says Solved? :'(  Should i remake it agian?


No. You should just be able to click the unselect button.
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December 9, 2013 7:03:00 AM

What botton
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December 9, 2013 7:23:53 AM

i have unselected best answer for you... next time wait till you get all the info you need than pick best answer. you only get 1 chance to do this so pick carefully for the most deserving reply... why? because not every 1 is like me and will take best answers where they can get em where as i prefer to earn em for actual best answers...
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December 9, 2013 7:31:55 AM

Someone Somewhere said:
It says 'Solved' because you hit the 'Pick as a solution' button.

See the second link in my sig for good PSUs.


That first link is a good lesson on cheaping out on a PSU. I have heard of baking a Graphics card when they appeared to be dead and bring them back to life ( not always ).
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December 9, 2013 7:57:16 AM

Okay okay So the Answer is
Intel Core i5-4670 3.40GHz Haswell
Westrean digitle 1tb? does color matter like blue ,red,black,green?
Not yet answer for opticle driver :/ 
Okay as for ram ill buy 8gb of Shiity No Style Ram :D  any 1 i get okay
Not yet answer for Sound card
for GPU 660ti hm okay but u said thing that club3d not right i can give it to my buddy and buy new but whats difference both are 660 ti ?O.o
Do need 5.1 sound card?? and hesaid Roccat kave is shit is it worth it? its the best looking headset i ve seen
And for music tell the GREAT best but not the num 1 not Too pricey O.O okay thnks!
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December 9, 2013 8:16:36 AM

Hi, To make things a bit easier, just go with a Seagate 1 or 2 TB Barracuda hard Drive. As for the Video Card, the 660ti should be fine. As for the 3D thing, I can't speak to that as I don't use it. I can sya that there have been a number of Driver Updates and other updates that may have taken care of that. I am running a 560Ti in my other desktop and it does great on the games I have run and some of those have been pretty intensive. I would go with the ASRockboard you picked out and 4670k processor, or you can save a bit with the 4670. Your choice. As for power supply, get a 500 - 550 watt Seasonic ( preferably a 550 watt because of the video card ).
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