Gaming and work

Approximate Purchase Date: a month

Budget Range: 900 - 1500

System Usage from Most to Least Important: programming, adobe suite, gaming of all kind pong to battlefield 3

Parts Not Required: no need of peripherals

Preferred Website(s) for Parts: no one

Country of Origin: Italy

Parts Preferences: Intel iX

Overclocking: No

SLI or Crossfire: No

Monitor Resolution: full hd 1920x1080

Additional Comments: silence, please
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  1. Seasonic, PC Power & Cooling, and Corsair have top-end quiet power supplies at an affordable price. I would recommend those.
  2. Where do you buy your parts - is there a website. That would make it easier for us to pick components for you.
  3. abekl said:
    Where do you buy your parts - is there a website. That would make it easier for us to pick components for you.


    Probably http://www.e-key.it/ , but I have no real preferences.
  4. Many thanks abekl for the suggestion! :)

    A SSD to side at the HDD is too "early"? Prices too high, size too small?


    Anyone else wanna give it a try? :hello:
  5. shmk said:
    Many thanks abekl for the suggestion! :)

    A SSD to side at the HDD is too "early"? Prices too high, size too small?


    Anyone else wanna give it a try? :hello:


    I wouldn't: just not yet. They're too expensive for me, but if you don't mind spending for it, buy it.
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