New build for AMD processor Tags: New Build Systems Product Last response: February 10, 2011 11:57 PM in Systems Share bubbasmith1 February 9, 2011 3:47:47 PM Considering that Sandy Bridge is out of the question now, may I have help with the following: Approximate Purchase Date: Now Budget Range: 2000 dollars at most System Usage from Most to Least Important: Animation/Digital artwork/Video Games/Movies/Internet Parts Not Required: Monitor Preferred Website(s) for Parts: New Egg Country of Origin: Texas- USA Parts Preferences: Compatible with AMD processor Overclocking: No SLI or Crossfire: Either is fine Monitor Resolution: 1600x1200 Additional Comments: Built around this processor please: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168... Programs used are Maya 9, Photoshop Creative Suite (Photoshop/Illustrator/Soundbooth/Premiere/After Effects) and Zbrush. More about : build amd processor sandybridge February 10, 2011 1:20:57 PM What games do you play? AMD will release new cpu architecture this year. It's really a bad time for new pcs. Basically, everything in stock is old to me. SB is being recalled. http://www.rumorpedia.net/amd-llano-in-q2-2011-bulldoze... What's your current specs? Maybe you can upgrade some parts to tide you over to Bulldozer. m 0 l WR2 February 10, 2011 1:49:43 PM Hello bubbasmith1; As sandybridge mentions any AM3 system you build now won't have a upgrade path for the new AM3+ CPUs. We can look at what you're using now and maybe find some decent upgrades that you can carry forward into a new build. The Sandy Bridge systems will have an upgrade path through at least Ivy Bridge. Ivy Bridge 22nm works with H67 and P67 m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer hmdhruvarora February 10, 2011 11:57:51 PM sandybridge said:What games do you play? AMD will release new cpu architecture this year. It's really a bad time for new pcs. Basically, everything in stock is old to me. SB is being recalled. http://www.rumorpedia.net/amd-llano-in-q2-2011-bulldoze... What's your current specs? Maybe you can upgrade some parts to tide you over to Bulldozer. ^Seconded. There's a choice you'll have to make b/w GFX cards. The ATI FirePro cards work better in Maya, while NVIDIA Quadro cards are the best for CUDA-accelerated apps like Adobe CS5. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Building a new cpu with AMD processor Forum SolvedNew Build: MSI Z87-G45, Intel i7-4770k Processor Forum SolvedBIOS Update for new processor (AMD A6-4400m) -For Laptop Forum SolvedNeed a new AMD processor upgrade for gaming. Suggestions? Forum SolvedAMD processor on new motherboard? Forum SolvedNew Processor, AMD or Intel Ivy/Haswell Forum Solved970A-G46 AM3+ ATX AMD Motherboard does not display video ----- NEW PROCESSOR AND MOTHERBOARD --(fx 4130 3.9ghz ) I have tri Forum Solvedbuy a new amd processor or go intel? Forum SolvedNeed a new processor for a yet-to-be built budget gaming pc. And AMD or Intel?? Forum SolvedOpinions on this processor with new build Forum My new AMD processor came in the mail and I have a question about the fan. Forum SolvedNeed help choosing a new processor for my gaming build Forum SolvedWhich AMD Processor do I get for a budget $560 dollar gaming build? Forum SolvedHello guyz i am thinking to build a new high end gaming pc And my specs are these Processor-intel core i7 3690k 6core proce Forum SolvedNew build fails to boot (no POST)... Processor, motherboard, or something else? Asus Maximus VI Hero + 4770k Forum i want to buy new amd processor(8k) and motherboard(6k) around 15 k Forum I have a 12 yr old computer amd processor 512mb memory and 40 hdd runs on xp has died and have to buy new computer but am not Forum SolvedHi, I am building a machine with AMD FX 6300 processor & Gigabyte GA 78 LMT USB3 Mobo. I have a psu rated at 400W. My Mobo has Forum SolvedNew board to buy for amd processor Forum SolvedNew build; using old processor until new one arrives? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !