Hey, I've been wanting to build a new machine for a while, I have finally saved up a decent amount, and I need the computer for school starting in January. I've learned a lot about all the components and what the specs mean so far, but my main concern is I don't want to over spend on high-end components I don't really need.
APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: early next month.
BUDGET RANGE: $1200 CAD, or approximately 1000 USD.
SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: 3d Modelling, AutoDesk products (Max, Revit, CAD), Secondary uses - gaming, Movies.
PARTS NOT REQUIRED: Keyboard, mouse, speakers, sound card, modem.
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: www.tigerdirect.ca, www.newegg.ca, anywhere that ships to Canada(southern Ontario) for a reasonable price.
PARTS PREFERENCES: I've been leaning towards Intel products but whatever gets the best performance within my price range will be fine.
OVERCLOCKING: I don't know anything about over clocking but I am certainly willing to learn. SLI OR CROSSFIRE: Same as overclocking.
MONITOR RESOLUTION: (e.g.: 1024x768, 1280x1024,)
I have one LCD monitor(VGA, 15") but I would like to have dual monitors So i'll need a new one, at least 17", Doesn't have to be DVI compatible.
As for the case I really like the sleek look of the Apevia X-DREAMER3 Mid Tower Case.
Obviously I want to keep it as cool and quite as possible.
Thanks a lot in advance.
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Sorry this one fell through the cracks. Do you still need help?
Ya, any help you got for me, I'll take. If you need more info on anything just let me know.