Advice on setting up my own computer.

I really could use some help here and advice on setting up/building my own computer.

What would be the best 3x2gb memory for my settings?
Corsair? maby Kingston Hyper x? Ocz?

And for all this what would i need for a power supply?

Intel Motherboard SKT1366
Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD3R, X58/ICH10R, S1366, ATX

Intel Processor SKT1366
Intel i7-930, 2.8Ghz, S1366, Box

2x XFX Radeon HD 6850 Black Edition 1GB
PN: HD-685X-ZNBC | 3D-chip: AMD Radeon HD 6850
DirectX 11.0, Interface: PCI-Express x16

Thanks for the help and advice.
Steve
The Netherlands
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  1. Hi Steve,

    You haven't given a budget or stated any usage, but I guess this is a gaming rig and you have a little to spend.

    This Corsair kit is a good price and CL8
    http://www2.hardwareversand.de/articledetail.jsp?aid=27050&agid=1193

    This G.skill kit would be a nice upgrade from that. It's CL7 and only 1.5V:
    http://www2.hardwareversand.de/articledetail.jsp?aid=38433&agid=1193
  2. for PSU, at least 850W. You can verify it at Corsair website where it calculates minimum wattage depending on what you select for CPU, graphics, and number of HDDs
  3. Thnx for the reply.

    I wanne build my own pc based on gaming and a litle of video editing, blueray,ect Now my budget would be something like -, 800/900$ but if it must be higher the so be it. but thats not the prob. i just dont know what kind of memory runs great of better on my settings. somthing like 100$/130$ for 3x2gb triple chan.
    some say the kingston Hyper x?

    and what for power supply do i need for all of this?
  4. If it's just 2 6850s and an overclock you can get by with a good 650W. Corsair 650TX would be one less expensive choice.
    The two cards themselves will not pull more than 250W:
    http://forums.atomicmpc.com.au/index.php?showtopic=264
    Add another 200W for the rest of the system and throw in another 200 for margin, and a good 650W is fine.

    However, if that is your total budget you should probably not be looking at i7 950. That's more like an AMD budget. Perhaps a 6-core CPU.
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