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October 24, 2010 3:29:37 AM

hi guys, i was planning on almost building a new computer, are this parts okay???

http://secure.newegg.com/Shopping/ShoppingCart.aspx?Sub...

all this will be with a corsair tx650w psu and an hd 5850, maybe adding another one later



I've taken a lot of advice from you to make this build, is all of this going to work good together?


Thx guys!!

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October 24, 2010 5:47:58 AM

Sorry, but you can't point to your cart - all I see is my cart, and its empty :( 
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October 24, 2010 3:23:41 PM

damn, ill put the separate links then
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October 24, 2010 3:51:40 PM

good build but some things

1) will you overclock?
2) are you building yourself? if so do you have any experience?
3) get a 6850 or 6870 instead of the 5850....less power consumption and cheaper
4) do you want to be able to crossfire?

your PSU/GPU choices are good but a 6850 or 6870 will save you money (6850 is just below 5850 (barely in some its on par or better) in performance but above a GTX 4601gb the 6870 is better then the 5850 and almost=to a 5870

regardless the 6k series is cheaper then the 5k

also your PSU is a good one however if you decide you want to Crossfire id advice getting a bit bigger PSU (depending on which GPU you go with and also if you want to OC your CPU) meaning you may need 750 or 850w PSU.

a modular PSU will help with cable management as well and keep case temps a bit cooler as theres less clutter.

otherwise good build i see nothing wrong (id prob opt for the haf 922 though if you wanna crossfire as its a bigger case)
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October 24, 2010 3:52:42 PM

ohh and if you wanna OC your CPU you should get an aftermarket HSF (i suggest the Cooler Master Hyper 212+ its cheap and effective usually no more then 29.99$
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October 25, 2010 2:36:23 AM

jasonp12 said:
good build but some things

1) will you overclock?
2) are you building yourself? if so do you have any experience?
3) get a 6850 or 6870 instead of the 5850....less power consumption and cheaper
4) do you want to be able to crossfire?

your PSU/GPU choices are good but a 6850 or 6870 will save you money (6850 is just below 5850 (barely in some its on par or better) in performance but above a GTX 4601gb the 6870 is better then the 5850 and almost=to a 5870

regardless the 6k series is cheaper then the 5k

also your PSU is a good one however if you decide you want to Crossfire id advice getting a bit bigger PSU (depending on which GPU you go with and also if you want to OC your CPU) meaning you may need 750 or 850w PSU.

a modular PSU will help with cable management as well and keep case temps a bit cooler as theres less clutter.

otherwise good build i see nothing wrong (id prob opt for the haf 922 though if you wanna crossfire as its a bigger case)

hi man, thx for answering, i already have the videocard and psu, and i know how to build a computer haha. im not interested in overclocking the cpu, what i was thinking of was in selling my current hd 5850 card and wait for the 6900 series cards haha, and for the psu in crossfire, i have several friends with the same psu, and they are able to run even the 5870 in crossfire. but im not interest in Cf at the moment.

Thx for the reply man
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October 25, 2010 3:18:40 AM

Yes, it will all work together - but the HD is not one I'd buy. The Samsung Spinpoint F3s are the current fastest, and pricing is comparable to the Green you selected:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=E...
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October 26, 2010 4:33:23 AM

Twoboxer said:
Yes, it will all work together - but the HD is not one I'd buy. The Samsung Spinpoint F3s are the current fastest, and pricing is comparable to the Green you selected:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=E...

thx man!!! and that hd is 1TB haha, much better, thx, ill buy that one instead =D
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October 26, 2010 4:33:56 AM

Best answer selected by megagabobe1.
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