Case - Cooler Master "COSMOS S" Black Full Tower Case Model "RC-1100" Retail
Hard Drive - WD Caviar Green 1.5TB 7200RPM 64MB Cache S-ATA II Hard Disk Drive Model "WD15EARS" OEM
Power - Blue Diamond (Gview) 750w
I will hope to Cross Fire the 5870 when I get a chance, now the real question is... is this all compatible & will it all work together well? Also am I missing something? Any advice or suggestions are very much welcome
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What is your budget? What will you be using this system for? Where are you buying these components? It would help us a lot if you edited your post to follow the format in the "How to ask for new build advice" sticky at the top of the forum.
I see a couple issues with the build. First off, the "Green" drives are meant for HTPC or purely storage use. They're to slow for a system drive. That would make a great storage drive, but you should get a fast 500GB/platter 7200RPM drive as the main system drive. I don't know where you're purchasing, so I'll use newegg links.
You also NEED a quality PSU. A quality PSU is the key to a stable system. You should stick to the known good manufacturers like Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, Seasonic, Antec, OCZ, etc... Trust me, you'll regret trying to save a buck on the PSU when it blows up and fries your fancy new computer.
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Like lots of L.E.D’s & Cooling
I originally just wanted to upgrade my previous computer but due to my ignorance I didn't realise the new & the old are not compatible even though it’s all PCI-E
So I am already sitting on a 5870 with the Gview Blue Dimond 750w & with that bought already I still have around $1500 left in my budget but the biggest problem is I live in Thailand & the only decent online website is http://www.thanni.com So my budget on there would be 50,000 THB
The PSU I have looks decent but I just bought it but if you think its a crappy one, I will see if I can trade it in for a bigger better Corsair