Hey, I need help with a pc that I am building with Cyberpowerpc.com. First of all, I’m not sure if cyberpowerpc is the best website to go to for building a pc. I ventured from site to site, and this one seemed to be the cheapest overall. But I haven’t heard the greatest reviews about it.
I am trying to make a descent pc for video gaming and multipurpose use. I don’t know very much about computers, but I have been learning quite fast. A few questions that I do have are about the power supply, RAM, and compatibility with hardware.
I’m not sure if 750 Watts will suffice for the computer that I have, I do know that I wanted SLI ready power supply for the compatibility with the video cards. I think that it is enough power, and I can’t see myself adding much more to the computer other then things like a wireless network card.
RAM on the other hand I know very little about, besides that you need a lot of it. I’m not sure what the difference between a “PC1333 DDR3 PC3 10666 Triple Channel Memory” and a “DDR3/1600MHz Triple Channel Memory Module” are.
The cost for everything comes to $1840.00, which didn’t seem that bad of a deal. So any insight on my build would be very much appreciated. Here is my build;
I ordered from Cyberpower about two months ago. The entire process was flawless. A friend did the same and the only issue was a delay due to a back ordered part.
That being said, and I think most here will agree, build it yourself. What I'd recommend is pricing all of those pieces on newegg and see what the price difference is. If the price difference is worth it to have it built for you, go for it. BTW, you can save money and get the same performance with 2 4850s in Crossfire over the GTX260.
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Throw in another 4850 for crossfire ($100), add another 3gb of Ram ($50), and you have basically the same performance for half the price.