First Time Build: NEED HELP!!!!!!! advice and recommendations please

hello, I'm looking to do my first build and need some advice on the components to get.
CASE: id like to get the Phanteks Enthoo Pro (white) or something similar being a white case with a side window and 360mm radiator support.
i don't feel a need for an SSD but would like a large amount of storage, around 3TB or more due to my need to hold massive amount of items. don't think i need it in raid
also need to run at least 32gb of ddr3 either 1866 or 2133
I'm going to be doing a fair amount of programing and editing for college and will be doing a fair amount of multitasking so lots of windows open at once and id also like to be able to relax with some games when i have a chance. need ideas for the rest of the build as well as recommendations for a monitor (nothing crazy expensive) and be able to max out current and future games at least 1080p also need a good webcam, microphone, keyboard, mouse, and a really good wireless card
im also looking to do a 360 mm closed loop cpu cooler (don't want the hassle of an open loop cooler) and am going to be doing some heavy OC)
also, not sure if its better to have the intel 4 cores and 8 threads or the and 8 cores 8 threads
would prefer nvidia GPU(s) due to the lower power draw but also don't want screen tearing on a 1080p monitor
I've tried do research what i could and have asked around a little but i still don't know much about what I'm doing in this department
thanks a ton for your help :-)
UPDATE FOR INTELTURTLEFAN:
Approximate Purchase Date: about 1-2 months

Budget Range: 3000

System Usage from Most to Least Important: College work (i.e. papers, data analysis, and program design), gaming, Bitcoin mining, white hat activities, movies

Are you buying a monitor: Yes


Parts to Upgrade: whole new pc, no parts yet

Do you need to buy OS: Yes
Please note that if you're using an OEM license of Windows, you will need a new one when buying a new motherboard.

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: no preference

Location: City, State/Region, Country - New York USA

Parts Preferences: nvidia gpu, intel cpu but not really a big deal if its not.

Overclocking: Yes

SLI or Crossfire: Maybe

Your Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080 or higher, have yet to purchase monitor

Additional Comments: quite and low energy consumption would be nice

And Most Importantly, Why Are You Upgrading: i need a very powerful one for college
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    Are you buying a monitor: Yes / No


    Parts to Upgrade: (e.g.: CPU, mobo, RAM) **Include Power Supply Make & Model If Re-using**

    Do you need to buy OS: Yes / No
    Please note that if you're using an OEM license of Windows, you will need a new one when buying a new motherboard.

    Preferred Website(s) for Parts: (e.g.: newegg.com, ncix.com -- to show us selection & pricing)

    Location: City, State/Region, Country - we need to know where these parts are being assembled and whether there are good store-only deals available

    Parts Preferences: by brand or type (e.g.: I would like to upgrade to Intel CPU)

    Overclocking: Yes / No / Maybe

    SLI or Crossfire: Yes / No / Maybe

    Your Monitor Resolution: (e.g.: 1024x768, 1280x1024, 1440x900, 1600x1200, 1680x1050, 1920x1080, 1920x1200 or if you're upgrading please state what you'd want to get)

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  2. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

    CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K 3.3GHz 6-Core Processor ($362.95 @ SuperBiiz)
    CPU Cooler: Swiftech H240-X 90.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($183.75 @ Amazon)
    Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer ATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard ($249.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory ($299.99 @ Newegg)
    Storage: Crucial BX100 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($95.99 @ Adorama)
    Storage: Seagate Barracuda 3TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($81.90 @ Newegg)
    Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4GB SSC ACX 2.0 Video Card ($324.30 @ Newegg)
    Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro ATX Full Tower Case ($109.99 @ Newegg)
    Power Supply: EVGA 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($105.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Optical Drive: Samsung SH-224DB/BEBE DVD/CD Writer ($14.98 @ OutletPC)
    Wireless Network Adapter: TP-Link TL-WDN4800 802.11a/b/g/n PCI-Express x1 Wi-Fi Adapter ($38.84 @ Amazon)
    Case Fan: Noctua NF-A14 PWM 82.5 CFM 140mm Fan ($23.49 @ Amazon)
    Case Fan: Noctua NF-A14 PWM 82.5 CFM 140mm Fan ($23.49 @ Amazon)
    Monitor: Acer XB240H ABPR 144Hz 24.0" Monitor ($399.59 @ Newegg)
    Keyboard: Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid Wired Gaming Keyboard ($73.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Mouse: Corsair M65 RGB Wired Laser Mouse ($64.79 @ Amazon)
    Total: $2454.02
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-05-26 23:18 EDT-0400

    Not sure if you would like a headset, or stand a lone mic for your mic. But if you want a standalone mic and then have your webcam, I would be looking at these:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826104469&cm_re=c615-_-26-104-469-_-Product
    http://www.amazon.com/Blue-Microphones-Yeti-USB-Microphone/dp/B002VA464S

    Okay so let me give a brief run down of part selection. And yes, I know.. I have an SSD in there.

    So first up the CPU choice was quite simple. 5820k has some pretty awesome OCing headroom and since you will be doing some heavy multitasking, you will definitely benefit from the extra cores/threads.

    Then for the cooler you said you wanted a 360mm rad. Part that sucks is that there aren't really any 360mm AIOs on the market other than the one from Thermaltake and maybe another company (not going to even bother looking it up because the H240x will beat it anyways). The H240x is basically the best performing AIO on the market. And it is also one of the best valued ones.. As is the H220x. The Noctua fans that I added have the best static pressure (good for rads) over any other fan out there. They aren't necessary but you seem pretty serious about OCing so if you are, I suggest getting those.

    Memory.. You asked for DDR3 but since any modern 6/8-core Intel processor uses DDR4, we don't really have a choice there.

    Now comes the SSD/HDD :) You said you wouldn't fine must use from an SSD. Well you don't really need to use it. Just put your OS and drivers on it and forget that it even exists. (other than the fact that it is your C: drive.. Don't really want to forget that.) Reason to put your OS on it?
    Couple reasons (and I suggest putting some programs on it too which is why I made it 250GB and not 120GB):

    -OS will boot quicker.. Like a lot quicker. Usually takes around 7-15 seconds for an OS to boot if it is on an SSD.
    -Any background tasks will running with your OS will be much quicker
    -Programs (and games) will open a lot quicker. (not a huge benefit)


    Any modern computer should have any OS on an SSD. Period. (IMHO)

    HDD choice.. Not really much to say here. You could go with a 3TB black series but thats just added money for not a lot of added performance.

    GPU, you said you wanted to max 1080p games out for a while and wanted an Nvidia card. Well you don't have much of a choice other than the 970. I have two of them running in SLI and they're great :)

    PSU, since you will be doing some serious OCing you will definitely need a good PSU. The EVGA G2 is a Tier 1 unit that is practically perfect. It will also allow you to SLI the 970 if you feel like you need it (in the future).

    For the keyboard, I picked the quickfire because it is hands down one of the best valued (mechanical) keboards. I also picked Blue switches for it because that is my preference. They click pretty loud but you will get used to it. I'm not sure how your roommates will feel about it though.

    Haha so for the monitor I am being kind of a smart ass. You said you didn't want tearing. Tearing is basically something you can't avoid. Well not unless you have G-Sync or FreeSync, that is. The monitor I choice has G-Sync and it is also a 144Hz unit which means everything will be super silky smooth. Honestly, the monitor is kind of overkill and I think that if you get a 1080p 60Hz, IPS panel, you will be more than happy.
    https://pcpartpicker.com/part/acer-monitor-umvh6aa003 (Best bang for your buck)

    Mouse choice: This mouse is great. Regardless of house you grip your mouse, the M65 is definitely one of the best valued gaming mice you can get. (Will obviously work great for normal desktop stuff, too)

    Okay so with that massive bill to swallow and information to take in, don't hesitate to ask any questions. :D
  3. MasterDell said:
    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

    CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K 3.3GHz 6-Core Processor ($362.95 @ SuperBiiz)
    CPU Cooler: Swiftech H240-X 90.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler ($183.75 @ Amazon)
    Motherboard: ASRock Fatal1ty X99X Killer ATX LGA2011-3 Motherboard ($249.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory ($299.99 @ Newegg)
    Storage: Crucial BX100 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($95.99 @ Adorama)
    Storage: Seagate Barracuda 3TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($81.90 @ Newegg)
    Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 970 4GB SSC ACX 2.0 Video Card ($324.30 @ Newegg)
    Case: Phanteks Enthoo Pro ATX Full Tower Case ($109.99 @ Newegg)
    Power Supply: EVGA 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($105.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Optical Drive: Samsung SH-224DB/BEBE DVD/CD Writer ($14.98 @ OutletPC)
    Wireless Network Adapter: TP-Link TL-WDN4800 802.11a/b/g/n PCI-Express x1 Wi-Fi Adapter ($38.84 @ Amazon)
    Case Fan: Noctua NF-A14 PWM 82.5 CFM 140mm Fan ($23.49 @ Amazon)
    Case Fan: Noctua NF-A14 PWM 82.5 CFM 140mm Fan ($23.49 @ Amazon)
    Monitor: Acer XB240H ABPR 144Hz 24.0" Monitor ($399.59 @ Newegg)
    Keyboard: Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Rapid Wired Gaming Keyboard ($73.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Mouse: Corsair M65 RGB Wired Laser Mouse ($64.79 @ Amazon)
    Total: $2454.02
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-05-26 23:18 EDT-0400

    Not sure if you would like a headset, or stand a lone mic for your mic. But if you want a standalone mic and then have your webcam, I would be looking at these:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16826104469&cm_re=c615-_-26-104-469-_-Product
    http://www.amazon.com/Blue-Microphones-Yeti-USB-Microphone/dp/B002VA464S

    Okay so let me give a brief run down of part selection. And yes, I know.. I have an SSD in there.

    So first up the CPU choice was quite simple. 5820k has some pretty awesome OCing headroom and since you will be doing some heavy multitasking, you will definitely benefit from the extra cores/threads.

    Then for the cooler you said you wanted a 360mm rad. Part that sucks is that there aren't really any 360mm AIOs on the market other than the one from Thermaltake and maybe another company (not going to even bother looking it up because the H240x will beat it anyways). The H240x is basically the best performing AIO on the market. And it is also one of the best valued ones.. As is the H220x. The Noctua fans that I added have the best static pressure (good for rads) over any other fan out there. They aren't necessary but you seem pretty serious about OCing so if you are, I suggest getting those.

    Memory.. You asked for DDR3 but since any modern 6/8-core Intel processor uses DDR4, we don't really have a choice there.

    Now comes the SSD/HDD :) You said you wouldn't fine must use from an SSD. Well you don't really need to use it. Just put your OS and drivers on it and forget that it even exists. (other than the fact that it is your C: drive.. Don't really want to forget that.) Reason to put your OS on it?
    Couple reasons (and I suggest putting some programs on it too which is why I made it 250GB and not 120GB):

    -OS will boot quicker.. Like a lot quicker. Usually takes around 7-15 seconds for an OS to boot if it is on an SSD.
    -Any background tasks will running with your OS will be much quicker
    -Programs (and games) will open a lot quicker. (not a huge benefit)


    Any modern computer should have any OS on an SSD. Period. (IMHO)

    HDD choice.. Not really much to say here. You could go with a 3TB black series but thats just added money for not a lot of added performance.

    GPU, you said you wanted to max 1080p games out for a while and wanted an Nvidia card. Well you don't have much of a choice other than the 970. I have two of them running in SLI and they're great :)

    PSU, since you will be doing some serious OCing you will definitely need a good PSU. The EVGA G2 is a Tier 1 unit that is practically perfect. It will also allow you to SLI the 970 if you feel like you need it (in the future).

    For the keyboard, I picked the quickfire because it is hands down one of the best valued (mechanical) keboards. I also picked Blue switches for it because that is my preference. They click pretty loud but you will get used to it. I'm not sure how your roommates will feel about it though.

    Haha so for the monitor I am being kind of a smart ass. You said you didn't want tearing. Tearing is basically something you can't avoid. Well not unless you have G-Sync or FreeSync, that is. The monitor I choice has G-Sync and it is also a 144Hz unit which means everything will be super silky smooth. Honestly, the monitor is kind of overkill and I think that if you get a 1080p 60Hz, IPS panel, you will be more than happy.
    https://pcpartpicker.com/part/acer-monitor-umvh6aa003 (Best bang for your buck)

    Mouse choice: This mouse is great. Regardless of house you grip your mouse, the M65 is definitely one of the best valued gaming mice you can get. (Will obviously work great for normal desktop stuff, too)

    Okay so with that massive bill to swallow and information to take in, don't hesitate to ask any questions. :D

    so what would an SSD do to the build? i don't really get the benefits of it
    why the 970 instead of the 980?
    should i get 2 gpu's?
    are there any other cases you would suggest? looking for a white one with a side window, good airflow, and a flat side panel (going to have it painted pretty cool)
    I'm taking out an extra college loan of about 3000 for this whole build, thats to get everything including the OS and all peripherals. i have a nice set of Beats solo 2 wireless for headphones but don't know if they have a built in mic that would be good enough for music or perhaps gaming and youtube. and do i need a sound card? id also like to do some green or blue case lighting.
    my overall needs are Powerful, reasonably quite, little to no upkeep needed, and no need to upgrade any components for a while and still have good performance in two or more years.
    and whats the best wireless card? or at least one that has good stability and can handle gaming and streaming and whatnot. for the programs and simulations i need to be able to do for college i need something pretty damn powerful, should i go down to 16gb of ram to put more money aside for the GPU? i do have about a 3000 budget but would like to not get that high on the price tag if possible, or a lot more money to go to other needed components
  4. The SSD will make everything a lot more snappy. I wish you could see the difference with a computer running an HDD compared to one with an SSD.

    970 instead of 980 because the value of the 980 is quite poor. Honestly, if the 970 wasn't such a good value, I would go for a Titan X and not even waste my time with anything else.

    2 GPUs? Definitely not needed for 1080p gaming.

    Well an ATX Full Tower is quite the big case. One of my favorite cases right now is the white and blue, Noctis 450. Some more ATX mid tower cases that are well respected is the NZXT H440, and NZXT Phantom 410. (I have the Phantom 410).

    No you will not be needing a sound card with those headphones.

    For LEDs, you will be wanting to look at this kit: http://www.amazon.com/Sylvania-72344-Mosaic-Flexible-Light/dp/B008COVFUA

    If you need help with setting it up when you get it I can help. I have it in my computer build right now and it's great.

    The Noctis 450 already has some blue under glow but you can't change the color of it like you can with the lighting kit. The lighting kit also lets you change brightness, and there are different modes which like flash, fade and do some other features.

    The wireless card I added in the build should be more than enough. Not unless you want something insane like this: https://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-wireless-network-card-pceac68

    You would like a quite build but I will warn you that with OCing does not come quietness.

    If the simulations you are going to be doing are powerful then I don't exactly recommend switching to 16GB of memory.

    Keep the questions coming :)
  5. MasterDell said:
    The SSD will make everything a lot more snappy. I wish you could see the difference with a computer running an HDD compared to one with an SSD.

    970 instead of 980 because the value of the 980 is quite poor. Honestly, if the 970 wasn't such a good value, I would go for a Titan X and not even waste my time with anything else.

    2 GPUs? Definitely not needed for 1080p gaming.

    Well an ATX Full Tower is quite the big case. One of my favorite cases right now is the white and blue, Noctis 450. Some more ATX mid tower cases that are well respected is the NZXT H440, and NZXT Phantom 410. (I have the Phantom 410).

    No you will not be needing a sound card with those headphones.

    For LEDs, you will be wanting to look at this kit: http://www.amazon.com/Sylvania-72344-Mosaic-Flexible-Light/dp/B008COVFUA

    If you need help with setting it up when you get it I can help. I have it in my computer build right now and it's great.

    The Noctis 450 already has some blue under glow but you can't change the color of it like you can with the lighting kit. The lighting kit also lets you change brightness, and there are different modes which like flash, fade and do some other features.

    The wireless card I added in the build should be more than enough. Not unless you want something insane like this: https://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-wireless-network-card-pceac68

    You would like a quite build but I will warn you that with OCing does not come quietness.

    If the simulations you are going to be doing are powerful then I don't exactly recommend switching to 16GB of memory.

    Keep the questions coming :)




    well, if i got the monitor you recommended, thats a 4k right? so wouldn't i need 2 gpu's? I'll be going college for computer science so ill be doing a lot of brute force emulating so power is priority, but also not absurdly loud with squeaky fans and such. the titan just seems to have to much Vram for a single gnu processor. would it be okay to contact you in a pm sometime for some guidance when i build the rig? don't want to screw it up and snap a motherboard or something. are there another things i should get? and how much hd space would i need for a large game library, media (like a ton of movies and music) and a variety of hefty sized programs. worried that 3tb won't be enough and i don't want to have to go back and change anything. plus i want to optimize each item with all the others as best i can
  6. If you are going to be storing tons of media.. Then 4TB might be a better route. Rather than a 4TB HDD, two 2TB drives would be better. (They have easier access to the storage over a single 4TB drive, thus making them "quicker")

    For the monitor I recommended, no. It is not 4k. It is just a really special 1080p monitor. It has a super quick response time, G-Sync technology which eliminates tearing (very special), and it also has 144Hz, which will not cap you off at 60 FPS and thus making everything smoother.

    And you're right about the Titan X by the way.. I don't thing anyone has been able to push the Titan X past 8GB in a single card config. I may be wrong though..

    Yes you can definitely message me when building the computer.. You certainly are not the first and will definitely not be the last and I am always more than happy to help. :)

    If really necessary, you can always add another HDD down the road. It takes like 5 minutes, tops. But honestly I don't know how big your libraries are so I can't judge how much storage you will need. But what you could do is just loosely add it all up and that way you at least get an estimate.

    How heavy of emulations are we talking here?
  7. MasterDell said:
    If you are going to be storing tons of media.. Then 4TB might be a better route. Rather than a 4TB HDD, two 2TB drives would be better. (They have easier access to the storage over a single 4TB drive, thus making them "quicker")

    For the monitor I recommended, no. It is not 4k. It is just a really special 1080p monitor. It has a super quick response time, G-Sync technology which eliminates tearing (very special), and it also has 144Hz, which will not cap you off at 60 FPS and thus making everything smoother.

    And you're right about the Titan X by the way.. I don't thing anyone has been able to push the Titan X past 8GB in a single card config. I may be wrong though..

    Yes you can definitely message me when building the computer.. You certainly are not the first and will definitely not be the last and I am always more than happy to help. :)

    If really necessary, you can always add another HDD down the road. It takes like 5 minutes, tops. But honestly I don't know how big your libraries are so I can't judge how much storage you will need. But what you could do is just loosely add it all up and that way you at least get an estimate.

    How heavy of emulations are we talking here?



    probably run modded xbox emulators. and since i have about 3000 to use for this build, are there any other items i should look into getting? I'm a bit worried about a single GPU being able to handle maxed out graphics, ah, I've seen monitors with the 144hz but never really understood what it meant. thanks. so with a 3000 dollar budget, what would your ideal build be? just so i get some other ideas to think about. ill also be doing some mobile device emulations for some personal projects of mine. as well as heavy crypto currency mining
  8. MasterDell said:
    If you are going to be storing tons of media.. Then 4TB might be a better route. Rather than a 4TB HDD, two 2TB drives would be better. (They have easier access to the storage over a single 4TB drive, thus making them "quicker")

    For the monitor I recommended, no. It is not 4k. It is just a really special 1080p monitor. It has a super quick response time, G-Sync technology which eliminates tearing (very special), and it also has 144Hz, which will not cap you off at 60 FPS and thus making everything smoother.

    And you're right about the Titan X by the way.. I don't thing anyone has been able to push the Titan X past 8GB in a single card config. I may be wrong though..

    Yes you can definitely message me when building the computer.. You certainly are not the first and will definitely not be the last and I am always more than happy to help. :)

    If really necessary, you can always add another HDD down the road. It takes like 5 minutes, tops. But honestly I don't know how big your libraries are so I can't judge how much storage you will need. But what you could do is just loosely add it all up and that way you at least get an estimate.

    How heavy of emulations are we talking here?




    so I'm looking at a
    blue yeti microphone
    i-75820k (although why not a i7-5930k?)
    h240-x
    x99x killer atx (what are the benefits of this board VS say, a x99 deluxe)
    ripjaw ddr4 2400 (should i do 2400 or higher like 3200 and whats the benefits of OCing ram? (I'm not even sure if you can)
    the 250gb Crucial SSD
    2 HHD's of 2TB caviar black
    GTX 970 4GB SSC ACX 2.0 (no clue what any of those last letters mean)
    Noctis 450
    evga 750w psu
    samsung optical drive
    should i really get the TP-link TL? I've been thinking about the TP-link ARCHER T9E
    the case fans (do they have blue colored or blue led case fans or are the ones you mentioned for the radiator cooling?)
    the acer 144hz 24inch monitor
    cooler master quickfire rapid keyboard (does it have backlighting? ill be doing a lot of work in the dark as to not wake my room mate with a light just to see my keyboard)
    corair rgb mouse
  9. MasterDell said:
    If you are going to be storing tons of media.. Then 4TB might be a better route. Rather than a 4TB HDD, two 2TB drives would be better. (They have easier access to the storage over a single 4TB drive, thus making them "quicker")

    For the monitor I recommended, no. It is not 4k. It is just a really special 1080p monitor. It has a super quick response time, G-Sync technology which eliminates tearing (very special), and it also has 144Hz, which will not cap you off at 60 FPS and thus making everything smoother.

    And you're right about the Titan X by the way.. I don't thing anyone has been able to push the Titan X past 8GB in a single card config. I may be wrong though..

    Yes you can definitely message me when building the computer.. You certainly are not the first and will definitely not be the last and I am always more than happy to help. :)

    If really necessary, you can always add another HDD down the road. It takes like 5 minutes, tops. But honestly I don't know how big your libraries are so I can't judge how much storage you will need. But what you could do is just loosely add it all up and that way you at least get an estimate.

    How heavy of emulations are we talking here?




    and sorry about the message spam, just one more thing before i for get to ask (lol prob still gonna have more questions) but should i invest in a 4k monitor or just stick with the 1080, and should i get 2 monitors? would take up a lot of room but would also help me to multitask when working. can you use two different monitors when doing that? so like a 24 inch monitor like the one you suggested and a small 19 inch one in some for of tandem?
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