Hi guys, i just joined, because iv been looking on here for a while and have decided im going to make a gaming pc
ok, what i wanted to do was find out whether all these components work together properly, and would have sufficient overclocking capabilities
I would also like to know what you think about the components, good quality for the price or not? i cant afford more than £400 for everything thanks for reading and hopefully i get somewhere.
1x AMD Athlon II X3 445 3.1 GHz cpu : 58.12
2x Kingston 2GB DDR3 1600MHz HyperX Memory ram : 52
1x sus ATI Radeon HD 5770 "CuCore" 1024MB GDDR5 graphics : 110
1x Asus M4A88T-V EVO/USB3 880G Socket mobo : 77
1x Antec three hundred case : 50
2x Coolermaster 120x120x25mm SickleFlow Green LED Case Fans : 14
1x Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro cpu cooler : 16
1x 550W ATX Silent Neon PSU power supply : 25
1x Arctic Silver 5 Thermal paste thermal cpu paste : 5.50
1x @ amazon Grounding wristband : 5
hd : got
wireless thingy : got
everything at ebuyer.com part from the stuff that says @ then company name
oh and the main reason for this is because my dell mobo is rubbish, cant support anything even half decent, and this rig will (hopefully) be able to withstand some current games, but at least i have the option for upgrading cpu and graphics, and mobo if i wanna crossfire
you didnt read the x2 thing on this
2x Kingston 2GB (2x1GB) DDR3 1600MHz HyperX Blu Memory Kit CL9 ram : £58
its 4gb to fill all 4 slots ok, the ram is a bit pricy :S unless its just opn another site, i only found this http://www.ebuyer.com/product/226283
and the reason for the power supply is that i am going to probarbly end up buying a six core amd thing and overclocking etc, maybe get another mobo if i feel the need for crossfire, and i want to keep it for a looong time
err, the mobo is pretty good, pricy though maybe if i get a cheeper psu i could afford it, got a suggestion for 500-550w psu for about 25? is this ok? http://www.ebuyer.com/product/102994
plenty of good reviews
do you think i should go for the athlon ii x3 3.1ghz or get something better? i thought ghz meant everything, sorry for my noobyness
hmm, wouldnt lemme edit my message... heres what i was gonna type
ok, iv seen your mobo, but found this http://www.ebuyer.com/product/236462
it has 2 pci x16 crossfire compat, seems future proof and i think i can afford it with the cheeper psu, anything else? ill edit the first post
so would that be a decent pc?
with the mobo posted above and the psu above, with the stuff at the top, is that decent?
also, i was wondering of 2 things, 1 would be to try and find £50 extra and get some sort of better processor, but would that bake a tremendous difference? this will be primarily gaming/3d desighn, so i dont know. also, is ram worse if i fill up all the ram slots, or just as good as using 2...
lastly, do you know an atx case for £50 or under with a usb 3 port, if not, is their a way to install one?
yeah, thats one of the features of the board ima go with the antec three hundred, amazing reviews, and no, i wouldnt game and render at the same time, however.... that would be better than watching rubbish telly for 1 hour... what would i need either way...? (so in the background or doing both seperatly) like would i need better cpu or more ram, rams expensive
hey, mal mental, i read what you wrote in this thread: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/296836-13-need-buil...
and was wondering weather i should do that, my pcs pretty crud though...
here are specs... then i can save? (maybe
well motherboard is inspiron 530
2gb ddr2 ram (lol)
radeon hd 2400
500gb 7200 rpm hard drive
e5200 duel core intel chip 2.5ghz
ok, i think this is a goo didea, but final consultation me thinks
get whats at the top, ill change in a sec
and then get another 5770 to crossfire
get phenom x4 3.4ghz black edition
and maybe liquid cooling
after i build whats at the top, so i only lose out on £50 of the amd x3
and i can have a decent pc till then, i should have a quad core 3.7-3.8ghz overclocked phenom ii, watercooled ofc 4-8gb of ddr3 ram, crossfire 5770 ati cards, and thats mostly it, you think tis a good idea??
by the way is it possible to crossfire a 5770 and a 5830 ? or would 2 5770s be around the same performance. i was also wondering what kinda performance (settings) crossfire of them would handle on fps games such as the call of duty series, and rts games (scii) i would like around high settings, and was wondering the mid spec crossfire cards for it