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Build Advise please? :D

Approximate Purchase Date: Black Friday/Cyber Monday
Budget Range: ~$900 after tax

System Usage from Most to Least Important: gaming, graphic design, video editing, homework, web surfing

Are you buying a monitor: no


Parts to Upgrade: all of them? haha

Do you need to buy OS: No


Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg/amazon/tigerdirect I would like to buy most of the parts on one website

Location: San Diego, CA, USA

Parts Preferences: Intel i5 cpu, Nvidia graphics card

Overclocking: Yes

SLI or Crossfire: Maybe

Your Monitor Resolution: I forgot which resolution my monitor is but i think its the most standard one

Additional Comments: I am beginning graphics design and video editing and i am on a budget so the i5 will be fine for now. Also, I want a nice corsair case (corsair carbide 500r) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811139010
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  1. check my signature builds :D
  2. Also I can list the parts that i have picked out already if needed.
  3. for ~900$ you can buy this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/gIXb you can drop the SSD to get a better GPU like a 7950/GTX660ti and buy it later.
  4. idroid said:
    check my signature builds :D


    Nice! i think i see one that i can modify a little bit
  5. reddragon0328 said:
    Nice! i think i see one that i can modify a little bit


    Cool, let me know which one so i can help you tweak it ;)
  6. idroid said:
    for ~900$ you can buy this: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/gIXb you can drop the SSD to get a better GPU like a 7950/GTX660ti and buy it later.


    Wouldn't it be a pain to get the ssd later? And instead drop the hdd and get it later? would that be a better option?
  7. reddragon0328 said:
    Wouldn't it be a pain to get the ssd later? And instead drop the hdd and get it later? would that be a better option?


    Well... no, not really, there are millions on free tools you can use transfer your Windows 7 installation to your SSD, you can also install a completly new windows on your SSD and drag the things you need from your HDD later...
  8. Best answer
    reddragon0328 said:
    k thanks for all the help :D


    you're welcome! if you are all set then pick a best answer.
  9. idroid said:
    Well... no, not really, there are millions on free tools you can use transfer your Windows 7 installation to your SSD, you can also install a completly new windows on your SSD and drag the things you need from your HDD later...


    k thanks for all the help :D
  10. Best answer selected by RedDragon0328.
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