Help config a pc for game :P

Hi there all im gona post here a pc config and hope you guys give-me some opinions if its good, what to change etc..

First of all im gona buy this pc and the main goal if gaming :P and the budget its 1100€ more or less.

Im gona buy the pc at www.f13pc.pt its near from home and they are one of the best stores in Portugal :P




these are the things im thinking in buy


box NOX COOLBAY SIDE WINDOW SILVER 53.50 €


the mainboard in not sure what to choose from these

ASUS P6T DELUXE V2 249.95 € or ASUS P6T 219.95 €


the power supply also gona depend on the other part in not sure , that is the graphic card


ATI or GEFORCE ?

Single card or dual

but they not pass 300€ more or less


if geforce single BFG GEFORCE GTX 275 OCX 896 MB GDDR3 249.95 €

if geforce dual BFG GEFORCE GTX 260 OC MAXCORE 55 896 MB GDDR3 179.95 € (x2) = 358€


if ati single ASUS HD 5850 1024 MB GDDR5 284.95 €

if ati dual ASUS HD 5770 CuCORE 1024 MB GDDR5 154.95 € (x2) = 309€


cpu
INTEL CORE I7 930 2.80 GHZ 8 MB BOX 279.95 €


hdd
WESTERN DIGITAL 1 TB 64 MB DE CACHE SATA II GP 89.95 €

ram CORSAIR PC3-12800 XMS3 1600MHZ TRI CHANNEL 6GB 179.95 €


and then depending on graphic would choose the power supply


thank you all and sorry if i misstype anything my english its not the best ;)
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  1. That's a nice configuration... At least the budget allows it ;)

    The motherboard is certainly very capable... why limit the RAM then to just 1600MHz (I have the same RAM for my Phenom II X4). The MOBOs are both similar in capabilities. If you're planning on sticking with your RAM (XMS3) it only supports 1600MHz, which only the Deluxe board seems to support so that ought to narrow things down on that front, unless you change your RAM. I would probably recommend the Corsair Dominator series of RAM with lower latencies.

    Regarding the video cards, I would probably go with the dual GTX260. You'll rip through anything for a long time :). Though ATI cards tend to save you some money for competitive performance. I mean, in this configuration, getting a 275 or a 2x260 will let you play the latest games in style at any resolution. In light of that, you'll need a solid PSU though, like anything north of 850W in the least to say.
  2. Yeah that's a nice rig :)

    I would stick to the 5850 if I were you. Dual GPU solutions can be prone to problems like microstuttering. The 5850 overclocks very well and supports DirectX11. And its very fast.
  3. RickyT23 said:
    Yeah that's a nice rig :)

    I would stick to the 5850 if I were you. Dual GPU solutions can be prone to problems like microstuttering. The 5850 overclocks very well and supports DirectX11. And its very fast.

    Agreed.
  4. Yes the HD 5850 is good, but still, 2xHD5770 especially since X58 isn't bottlenecked to x8/x8 like the P55, so it would run in x16/x16 mode

    Hmmmmm.............
  5. I'd go with the 5850 over the dual 5770s simply because of the hassle of multi-gpu configs mentioned earlier. However, i can say that neither of those GeForce setups would really be worth your money because they are both old and do not support the latest technology, DirectX11
  6. thank you guys ;) gona wait 2 or 3 days and gona buy the machine with 5850.
  7. Sorry, dump the i7 930 and get something based on Intel Core i5-750

    Waits for the laughs but take a look ..

    http://www.yoyotech.co.uk/item-detail.php?products_id=3775018

    If they can do that for a shade over £1000, I'm sure you can some up with a worthy competitor.
  8. not bad at all
  9. After thinking and digging some i think i gona buy this config

    GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD5

    INTEL CORE I7 920 2.66 GHZ 8 MB BOX

    GSKILL PC3-16000 RIPJAWS 2000MHZ TRI CHANNEL 6GB

    SAMSUNG 1 TB 32 MB DE CACHE SATA II SPINPOINT F3

    SEAGATE BARRACUDA 1 TB 32 MB DE CACHE SATA II

    ASUS DRW-24B1LT DVDRW 24X DL LIGHTSCRIBE SATA

    ASUS HD 5850 1024 MB GDDR5

    CORSAIR HX-750W MODULAR

    THERMALTAKE V9 WINDOW

    ASUS VH232T LCD 23,5" 5MS

    but im not sure if i gona change the board to ASUS P6X58D PREMIUM
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