Help Needed regarding building a new pc Tags: Western Digital Gigabyte Overclocking Last response: May 30, 2009 8:23 PM in Overclocking Share umeshkumawatsa May 30, 2009 3:18:38 PM Hello! I am going to build a new pc and quite very confused regarding this. Please tell which will be better of the gollowing setup: 1. a. Intel Core 2 quad q9650 3.0 ghz b. Gigabyte Ga-x48-dq6 c. 4 GB of ddr2 ram 1066 Mhz d. Msi r4870 1gb e. Gigabyte Odin GT 800 PSU f. Gigabyte Sumo Case g. 500 gb WD hard disk f. DVD WR OR 2. a. Intel i7 920 2.66 ghz b. Gigabyte ga-x58-extreme c. 6 GB of ddr3 ram 1600 Mhz d. Msi r4870 1gb e. Gigabyte Odin GT 800 PSU f. Gigabyte Sumo Case g. 500 gb WD hard disk f. DVD WR Guys i need your help please help me i want to build a gaming pc More about : needed building tijmen007 May 30, 2009 4:43:09 PM Second one is clearly better because of the Processor.. + DDR3 + more memory starams5 May 30, 2009 8:23:10 PM I second that. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNeed some Advice regarding a new pc build ForumNew to PC Gaming ( Need help on building one) ForumA few questions regarding a new gaming build ... ForumI need help regarding a new pc that I wanna buy. ForumQuestions regarding the building of a new rig ForumNew Intel Build , Questions Regarding RAM and PSU ForumNeed serious help .... Regarding trading setup... ForumNew OC'er, a few questions regarding my rig ForumQuick Question regarding Sound Card and building new PC ForumQuestions regarding new system ForumNeed help regarding pc boot ForumHelp needed , regarding new PC ... ForumPreliminary questions regarding a new multimedia/gaming PC ForumI need help regarding gpu and psu ForumNew Member, New to building a PC , advice on parts needed . ForumNeed help building a new gaming PC - Please ForumPSU Help ForumEmachines Case Removal HELP! - T3656 ForumNew processor and mobo needed ForumHelp with a cpu 754 More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !