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December 13, 2009 2:20:06 AM













I want the Estimation for the following setups with detailed price. In addition, I want the alternative part for any unavailable part that is equal in performance.

First option:
Case: Thermaltake Element T
Processer:CORE i7 920
Mobo: GA-EX58-UD3R
Ram: OCZ DDR3 / 1600 MHz / GOLD XTC / Triple Channel 6GB 3X2GB
HDD: WD 500GB 32M-7200
Optical Drive: DVD-RW 22X SUPER MULTI SATA II
Graphics: ATI HD 5770
PSU: COOLMAX 600W




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Case: Thermaltake Element S Silent Full Air System
230mm, 140mm, 120mm Cooling Fans
Processer: AMD Phenom II X4 965 3400MHz 140W AM3
Mobo: MA790GPT-UD3H AMD 790GX\SB750 Chipset DDR3 Motherboard by GIGABYTE
Ram: Major Brand 4GB DDR3 1600MHz PC3-12800 2x2GB Dual
HDD: WD 160GB 32M-7200
Optical Drive: DVD-RW 22X SUPER MULTI SATA II
Graphics: ATI HD 4670 1GB GDDR3, HDTV,DVI DirectX10.1
PSU: GIGABYTE ODIN Pro 800W Cable Management / 80+ / Quad PCI-E / 140mm Silent Cooling Fan

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a c 131 à CPUs
December 13, 2009 2:41:07 AM

Seriously dude? You want me to do all your research for you? I can give you some quick advise but I'm not going to do that.

first build:
the ati radeon 4870 is about the same in performance but runs more power and lacks DX11
I'd prefer an OCZ or Antec power supply

second build:
the 955 is cheaper, only 200MHz less and still has the unlocked multiplier. bump that up by 1 and you have yourself a 965. if you do want 965 though, make sure you get the 125W version not the 140W
the 4670 is really the best in it's pricerange.
You dont need an 800W psu for that build lol. you'd need less than your first build especially because of the low power 4670

other than that any alternative by a reputable brand will do.
In the meantime maybe you should check out my signature on how to ask for build advise.
a b à CPUs
December 13, 2009 2:42:56 AM

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December 13, 2009 3:01:01 AM

Quote:
other than that any alternative by a reputable brand will do.



okk :sol: 
a b à CPUs
December 13, 2009 4:32:06 AM

If you want advice on a build, check out the format in the link as advised by enzo. If you post that information in the homebuilt section, you'll get some very good advice on a build.

There's some holes in your different builds. The PSU in both builds should be avoided. This is the PSU I usually recommend for a single video card setup. It's a great price/performance PSU.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

One build you have a 160GB hard drive, and the other build has a 500GB drive. How much space do you think you'll need?

The budget and the OS you use will determine a lot about the recommended parts.
a c 172 à CPUs
December 13, 2009 3:42:10 PM

I think the Corsair 550VX is the better deal. More powerful 12 volt rail which means more usable power.
a b à CPUs
December 13, 2009 9:24:32 PM

jsc said:
I think the Corsair 550VX is the better deal. More powerful 12 volt rail which means more usable power.


True. But how many video cards pull more than 25amps? I'd take the OCZ for $20 less.
December 14, 2009 5:30:14 AM

I agree with you BDDazza. 100%

jumaa altamimi - clearly you have an idea of what your looking for and by what brands. What's stopping you from checking the prices yourself online and getting your own quote? Additionally, the way you asked was more of a demand than anything.

You can't just come on here and say, this is what i think i want, price it out for me. Do that yourself. If you want advice on parts, that's fine. But pricing? Come on man. Do something for yourself.

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