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Hi guys, I made my list of parts using newegg, and i asked for some criticism earlier.
Someone gave me an alternate list of parts, and i just wanted some comparison help.
Any suggestions are welcome, including hybrids between the two lists.

My list: http://secure.newegg.com/WishList/PublicWishDetail.aspx?WishListNumber=21165032

Alternate list: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/rVFg

This desktop will be for gaming and video editing/rendering primarily.
I may decide to overclock the CPU slightly, 4.5 max.

Thanks a lot,
Jonathan
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  1. That is a fantastic build, sir! props to you. You could cut out the i7 to save some moneys, but other than that +1!
  2. Zed_Spooge said:
    That is a fantastic build, sir! props to you. You could cut out the i7 to save some moneys, but other than that +1!

    Thanks for the reply. Which build would you think is better? Also, how much would I be sacrificing dropping to i5? I'm afraid my video rendering speeds will dip , especially since I'm using an i7 sandy now.
  3. Best answer
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/rVFg
    get that if you can^
    only thing a 3570k doesnt have that that i7 does is hyperthreading. -15 pecent performance and hyperthreading for 100 dollars off. not bad.
  4. I couldn't open the newegg link. However, the pcpartpicker looks awesome. I can't see why you wouldn't buy that for your video editing and gaming.

    Please tell me you have a 1440p monitor.
  5. envy14tpe said:
    I couldn't open the newegg link. However, the pcpartpicker looks awesome. I can't see why you wouldn't buy that for your video editing and gaming.

    Please tell me you have a 1440p monitor.


    I have 2x 1080's atm

    A 23 and a 27" asus
  6. envy14tpe said:
    I couldn't open the newegg link. However, the pcpartpicker looks awesome. I can't see why you wouldn't buy that for your video editing and gaming.

    Please tell me you have a 1440p monitor.


    And here's the correct newegg link, my bad. http://secure.newegg.com/WishList/PublicWishDetail.aspx?WishListNumber=21165032
  7. iSpecialTime said:

    On your first post the newegg link works but not the pcpartpicker.
  8. envy14tpe said:
    On your first post the newegg link works but not the pcpartpicker.


    they should both work now.
  9. Best answer selected by iSpecialTime.
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