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Hello my custom build finalised please rate from 1 to 10

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November 11, 2011 2:58:49 AM

hello this my custom config

1.processor-intel core i7 2600k sandybridge
2.mptherboard-asus p8z68-v pro
3.graphic card - gtx 580 (1536 vram)
4.cabinet-cooler master haf x
5.ram-g.skill 4gb x 2
5.hdd - western digital caviar black 1 tb
6.psu - corsair enthusiastic series tx850 v2
7.monitor - benq 18.5 inch lcd
8. keyboard - razer lycosa mirror special edition
9.mouse - razer deathadder black edition
10.water cooler - external cooler please suggest under 5000
11.wifi card - please suggest under 2500 capable of packet injection ans supported by windows and linux
total - rs 96,000
i live in india so suggest accordingly

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November 11, 2011 3:04:43 AM

If its for gaming go with the i5 2500k its not that much off from an i7 except hyperthreading is better

Up the ram to 8GB its cheap enough now of days G.Skill has one for around $45 in the US

CHange the HDD to a Seagate Barracuda or Samsung Spinpoint F3

For Gaming I would go with a 23" monitor

Water cooler I would suggest a Corsair H100

Don't know much about wifi cards so I'll leave that to someone else

Besides that your build is really good I just gave you a couple ways to save money a little bit (except for the monitor a 23" in the States will cost about $170)
November 11, 2011 3:36:44 AM


Looks solid but I would highly consider 8GB of RAM, you could get a i5 2500k (almost identical to the i7 2600k besides the hyper threading) you don't need water cooling for your CPU, just get a high end heatsink like the Noctua NH-D14, good choice on the keyboard (the non-slip edition usually wears out over time on the keys).

Which GPU are you getting (model specific)? I would also advise on a SSD for the mean while because of the current HDD shortage (you will get boot time really quick).

750W is easily enough to power you GPU if you dont plan on going SLI (get a good quality 1000W PSU if you decide you want to SLI a gtx 580). Everything else looks good except for the monitor. 18.5 inch is too small especially if you plan on gaming, I would say a good 21.5-24" would be sufficient.

Good luck!
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November 11, 2011 3:44:56 AM

he has 8gb of RAM ppl .. it's 4Gbx2
yeah go with 24" + monitor
add SSD
November 11, 2011 4:12:06 AM

An H100 is overkill for nearly everyone. Even an H60 will provide better performance than most, if not all 120MM tower heatsinks.
November 11, 2011 4:58:28 AM

hello guys thanks for reply i will be going with 22 inch benq monitor and h60 water cooler cause plan to overclock but an ssd cant buy i dont want my budget to exceed 95,000 and i forgot
intel core i5 2500 k is my aim but i need recommendation about wifi card thanks