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October 13, 2011 10:10:32 PM

hey all thanks in advance iam well knowledge computer guy thats on a budget but still wana buy a good pc that gona last for long
i came from amd sadly since bulldozer fx-81xx series are meant for servers not desktop altho iam keeping an eye for the fx-41xx series anyway i want ur opinions and they can help me alot what iam basically looking for is the best performace for the lowest price so here goes


P8H61-M LE/USB3 ================> 75
info :
no raid , but okay i wont need it .
umm usb 3.0 support via hack , which is not bad
Supports IntelĀ® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0
2 ram slots running at 1333 max, which is fine cause all i want is 8gb cause thats really all i need iam not adjusting to current solution ================> 50


1 pci express 2.0x16 that i wana use i dont know what to put here iam looking for a card
thats operate likes sapphire 6850 - 6970 range i know this is more like a old hersay but i know that
with a intel cpu its best to accompany with it an nvidia gpu i know this myth got debunked but if u know a good graphic card that are between those 2 saphires plz share ================> (140 -150)


cpu = either intel i5 - 2500 or 2400 will this mobo handle it consider its kinda cheap like other h67 or z67
iam not looking to overclock anything i like my stuff to live 10 years with me but will it give the full stock speed of those cores ================> 210

WD Caviar Blue 500 GB = basic hdd maybe sata 2 or 3 depends on which is more cheaper sata controller on mobo is sata 2 which is okay considering its not that much of break through ==========> 40

good power supply unit from good company (450 -500 watt)-------> 70

ook normal case nothing to fancy ---------------------------------> 40

asus cd dvd burner -------------------------------> well this can be left 4 dead i found a gr8 wat to install windows xp OSes from usb flash thumb drive which is pretty neat but it kinda leaves the question that u gona need an already windows installed platform to create this usb thumb drive kinda like who came first the egg or the chicken anway its 20 us dollars but iam able to skip it cause i belive its an old standard


so what u think is it balanced?



*all prices in dollar
*and plz no stupid stuff like if u had 30 more dollars buy this or that i clearly as u see dont have 30 more dollars
*sry for poor english skills look at my name u will understand

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October 13, 2011 11:04:15 PM

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P8H61-M LE/USB3 ================> 75
info :
no raid , but okay i wont need it .
umm usb 3.0 support via hack , which is not bad
Supports IntelĀ® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0
2 ram slots running at 1333 max, which is fine cause all i want is 8gb cause thats really all i need iam not adjusting to current solution ================> 50


Stupid to hack a motherboard when most even the bottom-line Intel and AMD chipsets support native USB 3.0, eSATA, and SATA 6.0. I had a barebones AMD 870 board that was running SATA 6 and USB 3 easily.

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1 pci express 2.0x16 that i wana use i dont know what to put here iam looking for a card
thats operate likes sapphire 6850 - 6970 range i know this is more like a old hersay but i know that
with a intel cpu its best to accompany with it an nvidia gpu i know this myth got debunked but if u know a good graphic card that are between those 2 saphires plz share ================> (140 -150)


That doesn't matter anymore. I've used every combination - AMD and NVIDIA, AMD and ATI, Intel and ATI, Intel and NVIDIA. GPUs aren't as socket-dependent as CPUs are.


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cpu = either intel i5 - 2500 or 2400 will this mobo handle it consider its kinda cheap like other h67 or z67
iam not looking to overclock anything i like my stuff to live 10 years with me but will it give the full stock speed of those cores ================> 210


Go with a low-end Z68 board, it's future proof enough that even the low-end boards will last you a few years, just make sure to get one that does not have built-in video if you're planning to use a GPU.

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WD Caviar Blue 500 GB = basic hdd maybe sata 2 or 3 depends on which is more cheaper sata controller on mobo is sata 2 which is okay considering its not that much of break through ==========> 40


Most regular HDs are SATA II/3GBs. You'll only find SATA III/6GBs on newer, larger hard drives. The Caviar Blue is pretty decent, the Black will give you better performance.

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good power supply unit from good company (450 -500 watt)-------> 70


Corsair, Seasonic, Antec, Cougar, and Cooler Master are all top-notch brands. Go with something like a Corsair Builder Series CX600 which is future proof enough, certified and rated 80+ Bronze, and is one of the few >$70 ones that supports SLI. (just make sure you don't get a power hungry card like the 580)

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ook normal case nothing to fancy ---------------------------------> 40

Go with something from Cooler Master like the RC430 or maybe the Antec 300 Illusion, it will run you a little bit more but it's worth it in the long run.

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asus cd dvd burner ------------------------------->


NO!!! Don't get an Asus DVD burner - I got one from Newegg and it got so hot it nearly exploded on me after the third burn, I suggest looking at Lite-On or Sony in that area.

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well this can be left 4 dead i found a gr8 wat to install windows xp OSes from usb flash thumb drive


You're still using XP? You should go buy a Windows 7 OEM disc pronto.

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which is pretty neat but it kinda leaves the question that u gona need an already windows installed platform to create this usb thumb drive kinda like who came first the egg or the chicken anway its 20 us dollars but iam able to skip it cause i belive its an old standard


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