Build Question

So here is what I'm thinking of buying. Would you guys mind taking a look at it and let me know if I've made any horrible errors?

Azza Hurrican 2000 Full case
Enermax cooling fans
Sound absorbing foam
Power supply gaskets
Anti-vibration fan mounts

20% Overclocking
i7 2600K
Cyberpower liquid cooling w/ triple 360mm fans
Gigabyte GA-Z68A-D3H-B3
8GB (2GBx4) 1600MHz Corsair Dominator

Nvidia GeForce 570 1.2GB EVGA Superclocked x 2 in SLI
CoolerMaster Silent Pro Gold 80 Plus 1000 watts
1TB SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 32MB Cache 7200RPM HDD RAID 1 array

Samsung SH-B123L 12X BLU-RAY Player & DVDRW Combo
INTERNAL 12in1 Flash Media Reader/Writer
OPTI-UPS SS1200 AVR Voltage Stabilizer
Microsoft® Windows 7 Professional (64-bit Edition)

I don't see any glaring errors but any thoughts or ideas would be appreciated.
3 answers Last reply
More about build question
  1. Don't pay extra for the overclock, you can do it yourself in BIOS/UEFI just by raising the multiplier for the CPU! It is just a setting!
  2. That case will not be a quiet case. Your plan to add sound dampening is a waste in that design. With all the side fans it will cool well but will be a rather loud rig.

    Your suggested build will OC well but if you want quiet you need to go with a different case.

    I agree with Rolli that you should not pay for a OC'd kit, do the OC'ing yourself through the UEFI.

    You should also not pay for factory OC on the GPU, use reference clocked cards and OC them yourself with MSI Afterburner. Just buy GPU cards with good cooling like ASUS, MSI or Gigabyte multiple fan cards. You can OC the EVGA doubleshot GTX570 to 800 MHz (and beyond) easily. I run my reference PNY GTX 470 at 800 MHz.

    Nice build, but you should not pay extra for the OC-ing that you should control yourself.
  3. 2x570? You will use one monitor? One video card should be enough, a 570 or a HD 6970. The PSU is overkill even for two video cards, a good 850W is fine.
Ask a new question

Read More

Cyberpower Systems