Hey all im buildin my first computer from the 27th of december 2011 to the 30th which is next week i need to know thou before i go and buy it if this build is a good build or not and advice the build is:
System Cooler: Antec Cyclone Blower Slot Mounted Cooler
OS: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit with SP1 OEM
Optical Drive: Samsung SH-222AB SATA DVDRW Drive
GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 560 Ti Hawk 1GB
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z68X-UD3-B3
PSU: Corsair CX-600 V2 Power Supply
Price: 1,192 < thats all the parts + $50 in delivery costs + $20 in delivery insurance + 2% extra for credit card payment
Ive worked out the power to be atleast 525w or 550w so went with corsair because everyone says its the best quality psu brand and if it says 600w on a corsair then it is 600w unlike some other brands saying 600 or 700 or 500w and instead givin you less then that so please tell me what u think and if its a good system or not
You have an SLI / CF MoBo but picked a PSU that won't let you do SLI or CF. If that's OK, Id get the 650W XFX Core edition instead .... however if ya wanna plan for an ez GFX upgrade in the future, the 850 watter will let ya add that 2nd card no problem....you cud get a 750, but its the same $90 price as the 850 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
This is a much better cpu and it has an unlocked multiplier in case you want to overclock.
You are going with Windows 64bit so you should go with a bit more ram just because it is relitively inexpensive right now.
the ram u suggest is $55 here in australia and its $50 for the ram im getting whats the difference between the 2 different Corsair Ram the one im getting and the Corsair ram you suggest ? and i am on a budget i mean i could put in more i was gunna get this other computer build for 1,415 that also included a monitor but i rather have $200 left over for some games for my new pc and buy some christmas presents as well but if i didnt i would get the i5 2500 not the i5 2500k because i dont wanna venture into that right now maybe in my next build