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March 19, 2010 12:52:03 PM

Hy everyone i will buy new PC and I need u for advice , the components are next

CPU: Core i5 750 , Socket 1156, 2660 MHz, L2 cache 1 MB, L3 cache 8 MB, BUS 1333 MHz
MBO: P7P55D , 1156, Intel P55, DDR3, 1600 MHz, PCI 3, PCIe x16 2, PCIe x1 2, PATA 1, SATA 6, RAID 0,1,1+0,5
RAM: Corsair 4GB (2x2GB) 9-9-9-24, 1600MHz XMS3 w/Classic Heat Spreader, Core i7, Core i5 and Core 2
GPU: Sapphire PCI-E ATI Radeon HD 5850, 1GB GDDR5, HDMI, 2xDVI, DP
HDD: HDD Desktop SAMSUNG SpinPoint F3 500GB 7200RPM 16MB cache Serial ATA II-300
Optical: LG GH22NS40 Super Multi, Double Layer DVD (+R) 22x, (-R) 22x, SecurDiscâ„¢
PSU: Corsair VX Series, 450 Watt, ATX, ATX DS+12V, PS/2, Power Supply, EU Version
TWR: Antec Gamer Three Hundred

Q: On i5 writes : BUS 1333MHz , should i pick some 1333MHz (Corsair,Kingstone) , stay at this Corsair 1600MHz , pick Corsair 1600MHz with higher voltage "for ADM CPUs" or pick Kingstone 1600MHz , 1333MHz Hyper X

Thanks very much .


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March 19, 2010 1:03:53 PM

What's your budget?

Get atleast a 650-750W power supply made by antec, corsair, pc power and cooling.
March 19, 2010 1:19:27 PM

My friend have almost same configutation and his Corsair 550W PSU keep it very vell im thinking abpout Corsiar 550W

My budget is 1000€
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March 19, 2010 1:28:44 PM

Pairing a 550W power supply with a 5850 is limiting yourself greatly. You won't be able to crossfire or upgrade in the future unless you get a 650-750W PSU.

I wouldn't ever build such a high end computer with a low wattage PSU.
March 19, 2010 6:17:02 PM

i will buy Corsair TX650W have you any advice for RAMs ?
March 21, 2010 11:25:06 AM

1333MHz or 1600MHz ?
March 21, 2010 11:45:42 AM

with your money you should be able to make an i7 920 or i7 930 build
March 21, 2010 11:52:03 AM

get an xfx 5850. lifetime warranty for a few bucks more
get a cas7 version of your memory, if not find something else.
Agreed but I would say to get a 700-750w psu to futureproof yourself with crossfire and ability to add more things as you would like in the future.
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