Going to build a computer for my brother and wanted to post the build here and get everyone's okay before I hit "add to cart".
Goal: 1.) High end gaming computer 2.) Will be hooked up to a new LED flat screen HDMI TV 3.) Just want 1 gpu, solid stable build that will not be overclocked - cooling is important and noise at a moderate/acceptable level.
PPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: This week
SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: Gaming
PARTS NOT REQUIRED: (e.g.: keyboard, mouse, speakers Monitor)
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: newegg.com is my favorite
PARTS PREFERENCES: Intel CPU, ATI GPU
MONITOR RESOLUTION: High resolution for an LED HDMI TV 1900x1650? I cant remember the highest resolution on it.
With the above goal in mind I have below the following. Please any suggestions or omissions.
Thank you! I posted that I would not overclock. Link tool in my interface does not work or supply the link correctly as in the advice post so this is the best I can do. Some links will not create a clickable hyperlink for whatever reason. Sorry when it comes to the links I feel they are easily readable and its the best I can do with the tools available.
**Updated original post**
So why the mobo change? - what significant positives are there over the other?
never had problem with gigabyte with reliability so I will stick with what I have. No other comments so I guess this build is solved. Thanks I guess. Will buy today.
i dont see what combo that 7200.12 is part of, so i would recommend going with the spinpoint f3 1tb which is only 70 at newegg right now, 15 bucks more for twice as much space, as good and sometimes better performance
also i would look for some better timings on ram, corsair or gskill will do the trick
HSF go with the hyper 212+ since its a great cooler for low price just in case u eventually decide to overclock (less hassle to build it rather than replace stock one later)
that gigabyte mobo is pretty sound imo
other than that, great build, good luck!