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I3 build 18k - 20k budget

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December 27, 2012 12:31:06 AM

guys need some help are my parts compatible for each other?

Intel Core i3-3220 (3.3G) 3mb
Asrock H61M-DGS H61 VSL
500gb WDigital Green 64mb Sata3
G.Skill Sniper 8gb 1600
FSP HEXA HE500 (Eff>80%) 500w
CoolerMaster Elite USP100
Inno3D GTX550 Ti 1gb ddr5

so what do you think guys? is this a good build for a 18k - 20k range build?

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December 27, 2012 12:35:58 AM

Firstly I assume your 18- 20k range is not US dollars - it would help to know what currency you are using. I'd get a faster HDD (a 7200rpm at least) or an SSD. You gaming on it? If so you might want a better GPU also (the AMD GPUs are generally better value for the money).
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December 27, 2012 6:22:53 AM

tnx nitrium im from the Philippines and yes just gaming not going to use on editing stuff. just mid - high settings of game is good enough for me yeah im thinking of getting a hd7770 its just that inno3d gtx 550 ti price drops so low and im kinda short on budget i cant squeeze more juice XD...but what do you think of this build is this good?non compatibility issues?
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December 27, 2012 7:41:11 PM

kumijante said:
tnx nitrium im from the Philippines and yes just gaming not going to use on editing stuff. just mid - high settings of game is good enough for me yeah im thinking of getting a hd7770 its just that inno3d gtx 550 ti price drops so low and im kinda short on budget i cant squeeze more juice XD...but what do you think of this build is this good?non compatibility issues?

I'd just switch out that HD (those WD green drives are REALLY slow - they great for bulk storage, but hopeless for "work" drives). Get a 7200 RPM drive instead, e.g. Western Digital Caviar Black WD5003AZEX 64MB 500GB. Else if you can stretch the budget a bit, literally ANY SSD will be better (the Samsung 830 128 GB drive is a pretty good choice). An AMD GPU in the same price range as the nVidia are generally faster - but of course that depends on discounts etc.
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December 28, 2012 12:25:28 AM

ok ill change that hdd..hopefully i can get an ssd and push budget little more..thank you again nitrium really appreciate it. it helps me alot ..godbless :D 
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January 23, 2013 2:17:03 PM

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