Total: $967 + case = $1100... so we've got $200 to spend wherever... I'm sure someone can help you either upgrade your GPU to a GTX 680 (which is probably what you should do) or get more RAM, or whatever...
It's generally better to do it on one thread to stop people from getting vewy angwy...
I did one thread a month back to get a basic idea, and will do one more to get final feedback right before I buy it... in a few weeks. (No, that doesn't mean I don't know much about hardware, it means I want input from people based on sound emitted... I'm going silent).
Well, I always change something or think of something to get more money into my budget, so it always changes before I post. The only reason I made this thread is because I wanted to see what someone else would build instead of me to see if it was better.
Well... I'm not questioning, or anything. I chose to help, gary didn't. I guess that just makes me a better person than him
Anyway, is the build I posted okay with you? I'm sure you could go with a GTX 680 instead of the 7870, as well.
Yeah, thats practically what I was going to pick. Know any 1920x1200 21.5 Monitors out there under $400? I can goto 23" to
There are no 1200p res monitors under 24". Starting at 30" for TN panels is where 1200p begins (24" for IPS panels).
I have no idea... sorry. I know nothing of monitors. May want to look at 1080p, though... it's a favorite. A lot of people buy monitors on ebay and stuff... that's all I know.
For $340/400, you can get a 24" Dell U2412M, an IPS panel that is 1920x1200.
Sounds good, Azeem. I will look into them. The reason I'm going for 1200 is because I want to get into Paintshop/video editing and I heard the extra pixels help.