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March 27, 2012 6:56:00 AM

would appreciate any feedback

Case: * Apevia X-Cruiser 2 Mid-Tower Case w/ Side-Panel Window & MultiMeter Display [-54] (Black Color)
Laser Engraving: None
Laser Engraving Message:
Internal USB Extension Module: None
Neon Light Upgrade: None
Extra Case Fan Upgrade: Default case fans
Noise Reduction Technology: None
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-3820 Quad-Core 3.60 GHz 10MB Intel Smart Cache LGA2011
Performance Tuning Protection Plan by Intel: None
Venom Boost Fast And Efficient Factory Overclocking: No Overclocking
Cooling Fan: Asetek 510LC Liquid Cooling System 120MM Radiator & Fan (Enhanced Cooling Performance + Extreme Silent at 20dBA) (Single Standard 120MM Fan)
Coolant for Cyberpower Xtreme Hydro Water Cooling Kits: Standard Coolant
Motherboard: (3-Way SLI Support) ASRock X79 Extreme 4 Intel X79 Chipset Quad Channel DDR3 ATX w/ UEFI bios, XFast LAN, Charger, & USB Technology, 7.1 HD Audio, GbLAN, USB3.0, SATA-III RAID, 3 Gen3 PCIe X16, 2 PCIe X1 & 2 PCI
Memory: 8GB (2GBx4) DDR3/1600MHz Quad Channel Memory (Corsair Vengeance)
Video Card: AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB 16X PCIe Video Card [-46] (Major Brand Powered by AMD)
Freebies: None
Video Card 2: AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB 16X PCIe Video Card [+114] (Major Brand Powered by AMD)
Video Card 3: None
Power Supply Upgrade: 800 Watts - Standard Power Supply - SLI/CrossFireX Ready
Hard Drive: 1TB SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 32MB Cache 7200RPM HDD (Single Drive)
Data Hard Drive: None
Hard Drive Cooling Fan: None
External Hard Drive (USB3.0/2.0/eSATA): None
USB Flash Drive: None
Optical Drive: 24X Double Layer Dual Format DVD+-R/+-RW + CD-R/RW Drive (BLACK COLOR)
Optical Drive 2: None
Sound: HIGH DEFINITION ON-BOARD 7.1 AUDIO
3D Vision Glasses: None
LCD Monitor: None
2nd Monitor: None
3rd Monitor: None
Speakers: None
Network: Onboard Gigabit LAN Network
Keyboard: Xtreme Gear (Black Color) Multimedia/Internet USB Keyboard
Mouse: XtremeGear Optical USB 3 Buttons Gaming Mouse
Mouse Pad: None
Gaming Gear: None
Extra Thermal Display: None
Wireless 802.11B/G Network Card: None
External Wireless Network Card: None
Wireless 802.11 B/G/N Access Point: None
Bluetooth: None
Flash Media Reader/Writer: INTERNAL 12in1 Flash Media Reader/Writer (BLACK COLOR)
Video Camera: None
Headset: None
Printer: None
Cable: None
Power Protection: None
IEEE1394 Card: None
Internal USB Port: Built-in USB 2.0 Ports
USB Port: None
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit Edition)
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March 27, 2012 6:57:37 AM

Build your own system, they are ripping you off. Yes I am sure it will, but D3 ultra specs aren't released yet.
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March 27, 2012 7:03:12 AM

thanks, seems like it would be worth it though, how much cheaper would it be if i built my own system.. and i'm not very good with computers i dont even think i could put one together on my own , so it seems like dishing out an extra 100 bucks or so wouldn't be so bad to have it all done for me ... what would be a good site to go though to get the components to build my own?? appreciate the feedback !
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March 27, 2012 7:17:02 AM

thank you , shoulda known to look on youtube haha... again, appreciate the help
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March 27, 2012 9:36:01 AM

so i looked up all the parts seperately on newegg and it turns out it would actually be cheaper to have it built by cyberpower than it would to build it myself, and i would have the hassle of putting it together... doesn't make much sense, does anyone have an opinion on buying pre-built computers from cyberpower?
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March 28, 2012 7:19:00 AM

They have crap parts, for ex: power supply, and cooler. Many people have had their power supplies blow up, especially the ones by cyberpower. Honestly you don't need the 3820, an i5-2500k build will give you near the same performance in games.
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March 29, 2012 2:27:28 AM

Go with an i5 2500K build. You'll save at least $150-175 off mobo & processor and the performance will be exactly the same

And you can throw some of that into a better video card if you want/need to. Unless you are buying a hex core processor or using 3+ video cards, LGA 2011 doesn't seem the way to go, and I would strongly suggest building your own instead of Cyberpower
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March 29, 2012 5:54:47 AM

I'd say go for building it yourself. You will learn quite a bit more about computers during the process which is rewarding in itself. The annoying part for me my first time was hooking up the pwr, led plugs from the case to the mobo.

As the others have suggested you can save some money by going with the 2500k as for gaming it is suggested quite a bit around these woods for a good reason and is cheaper. Power supply is a no no. Best not to skimp on a PSU of all things. Brands such as seasonic, corsair or antec are good brands. GL and happy gaming.
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March 31, 2012 5:22:21 AM

mustachio27 said:
would appreciate any feedback

Case: * Apevia X-Cruiser 2 Mid-Tower Case w/ Side-Panel Window & MultiMeter Display [-54] (Black Color)
Laser Engraving: None
Laser Engraving Message:
Internal USB Extension Module: None
Neon Light Upgrade: None
Extra Case Fan Upgrade: Default case fans
Noise Reduction Technology: None
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-3820 Quad-Core 3.60 GHz 10MB Intel Smart Cache LGA2011
Performance Tuning Protection Plan by Intel: None
Venom Boost Fast And Efficient Factory Overclocking: No Overclocking
Cooling Fan: Asetek 510LC Liquid Cooling System 120MM Radiator & Fan (Enhanced Cooling Performance + Extreme Silent at 20dBA) (Single Standard 120MM Fan)
Coolant for Cyberpower Xtreme Hydro Water Cooling Kits: Standard Coolant
Motherboard: (3-Way SLI Support) ASRock X79 Extreme 4 Intel X79 Chipset Quad Channel DDR3 ATX w/ UEFI bios, XFast LAN, Charger, & USB Technology, 7.1 HD Audio, GbLAN, USB3.0, SATA-III RAID, 3 Gen3 PCIe X16, 2 PCIe X1 & 2 PCI
Memory: 8GB (2GBx4) DDR3/1600MHz Quad Channel Memory (Corsair Vengeance)
Video Card: AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB 16X PCIe Video Card [-46] (Major Brand Powered by AMD)
Freebies: None
Video Card 2: AMD Radeon HD 7770 1GB 16X PCIe Video Card [+114] (Major Brand Powered by AMD)
Video Card 3: None
Power Supply Upgrade: 800 Watts - Standard Power Supply - SLI/CrossFireX Ready
Hard Drive: 1TB SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 32MB Cache 7200RPM HDD (Single Drive)
Data Hard Drive: None
Hard Drive Cooling Fan: None
External Hard Drive (USB3.0/2.0/eSATA): None
USB Flash Drive: None
Optical Drive: 24X Double Layer Dual Format DVD+-R/+-RW + CD-R/RW Drive (BLACK COLOR)
Optical Drive 2: None
Sound: HIGH DEFINITION ON-BOARD 7.1 AUDIO
3D Vision Glasses: None
LCD Monitor: None
2nd Monitor: None
3rd Monitor: None
Speakers: None
Network: Onboard Gigabit LAN Network
Keyboard: Xtreme Gear (Black Color) Multimedia/Internet USB Keyboard
Mouse: XtremeGear Optical USB 3 Buttons Gaming Mouse
Mouse Pad: None
Gaming Gear: None
Extra Thermal Display: None
Wireless 802.11B/G Network Card: None
External Wireless Network Card: None
Wireless 802.11 B/G/N Access Point: None
Bluetooth: None
Flash Media Reader/Writer: INTERNAL 12in1 Flash Media Reader/Writer (BLACK COLOR)
Video Camera: None
Headset: None
Printer: None
Cable: None
Power Protection: None
IEEE1394 Card: None
Internal USB Port: Built-in USB 2.0 Ports
USB Port: None
Operating System: Microsoft® Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit Edition)


I have been playing the D3 beta for a few months now. I can say the graphics are good but not that taxing on modern systems. All you need to play at max settings is a medium range Video card from $150 to $200. You could get a GTX 560 or better if you wish. My advice is to build your own system from scratch, you will save tons of money. Ivy bridge is coming out very soon or you could just build now using a I5-2500K.

I built my own system in Nov 2011 for $2000, I couldn't be happier. When I feel like it, I turn on Nvidia 3D Vision for some extra fun :) 
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March 31, 2012 5:24:48 AM

amuffin said:
They have crap parts, for ex: power supply, and cooler. Many people have had their power supplies blow up, especially the ones by cyberpower. Honestly you don't need the 3820, an i5-2500k build will give you near the same performance in games.


True. Never spend more than $200 something on a gaming processor. I5-2500K is the best price/performance CPU as of right now. For PSU's and other parts, I recommend Corsair. Don't ever skimp on components, get the best brand names.
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March 31, 2012 10:01:41 AM

jewie27 said:
True. Never spend more than $200 something on a gaming processor. I5-2500K is the best price/performance CPU as of right now. For PSU's and other parts, I recommend Corsair. Don't ever skimp on components, get the best brand names.


think i did ok, i ended up ordering all of the parts from newegg and i'm gonna attempt to build it myself, heres what i ended up with

CPU: Intel® Core™ i5-2550K 3.40 GHz
MBD: GigaByte Z68X-UD3H-B3
HSF: Thermaltake Frio Overclocking-Ready Intel
RAM: 8GB (4GBx2) DDR3/1600MHz Corsair Vengeance
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 1.2GB Superclocked
SSD: Crucial M4 CT064M4SSD2 2.5" 64GB SATA III MLC
HDD: Western Digital Caviar Green WD20EARX 2TB SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5"
OPT: ASUS DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS - OEM
PWR: Corsair Professional Series CMPSU-AX750 Gold 80 Plus
CSE: Corsair Carbide Series 400R Mid-Tower
FAN: (2) Antec 761345-75026-4 120mm Red LED Case Fan
MON: ASUS VH232H Black 23in Widescreen 1080p
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April 1, 2012 8:49:08 PM

Can you get a 7950 or 7870? I would get the hyper 212+ instead of the Frio.
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