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February 4, 2013 3:48:33 AM

Hello,
Hello,
:hello:  ! I wanted to build my own computer. Is there any suggestion from the community?:)  I just need it for Photoshop, Coreldraw, Movie maker, Microsoft Office, and some games but not much, like NBA 2K13.. and other stuffs, I prefer this things, correct me if I'm mistaken alright?' I want a fast performance and high quality, thanks! I'm not that good when it comes to specifications. haha'

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Processor
Intel Core I5-3330 (3.0G) 6mb 22nm

INTEL CORE I5-3470 (3.2G) 6mb 22nm


Motherboard
MSI H77MA-G43 VSL/Ddr3/Usb3

Asus P8Z77-M


Memory
G.Skill RipJaws 8gb 1600 (12800CL9D) 2x4

GSkills Ripjaws 16gb F3-12800CL10D-16GBXL


Power supply
FSP AURUM Series 80 GOLD (500w)

Add to CartCOUGAR ST500W

FSP HEXA HE500 (Eff>80%) 500w


Video Card
Asus GT640-2GD3 2gb ddr3 128bit videocard

Evga GTX650TI SC 1GB GDDR5 128bit hdmi



Hard disk
500gb WDigital Green 64mb Sata3

500gb Seagate Barracuda



just let me know if it doesn't complicate to each other ok? thanks!
and if you have a better suggestion just go, i will appreciate it! :D  and I wanted to buy at "PCexpress"

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February 4, 2013 4:40:26 AM

Is money an issue? AMD is a lot cheaper than Intel while still getting similar speeds. You can save some money on the cpu and get a better graphics card. I recommend something higher than 128-bit. Maybe 192-bit or even 256-bit. That's just my opinion. Someone else may say different. Money has always been an issue with me lol.
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February 4, 2013 5:53:22 AM

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Is money an issue? AMD is a lot cheaper than Intel while still getting similar speeds. You can save some money on the cpu and get a better graphics card. I recommend something higher than 128-bit. Maybe 192-bit or even 256-bit. That's just my opinion. Someone else may say different. Money has always been an issue with me lol.



yeah I'm also working in a budget.. I can only spend about $750 below, but still I want a fast performance and high quality that will fits my need. :D  but thanks for the suggestion. :)  anyway do you really think that AMD would do? just wanna know, what kind? can you help me for the specs of the ff:

Procie:
Memo:
MoBo:
Gpu:
Psu:
HDD:

I appreciate ur suggestion thanks bjvanwash! :) 
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February 4, 2013 2:19:23 PM

This topic has been moved from the section CPU & Components to section Systems by Mousemonkey
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February 4, 2013 3:01:16 PM

Procie: either ok
Memo: GSkills Ripjaws 16gb F3-12800CL10D-16GBXL (req 64bit os though )
MoBo: Asus P8Z77-M
Gpu: Evga GTX650TI SC 1GB GDDR5 128bit hdmi
Psu: never heard those brands but mayby think about more name brand ones corsiar's or silverstone ST50F 500w
HDD:o f the two go the seagate over the wd or try 500gb Hitachi Sata 7200rpm. I use 1tb hitachi's as system drives not one has failed on me yet whereas had both seagates and wd failed over the years
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February 18, 2013 9:23:10 PM

thanks guys for that suggestion! but what if I used the AMD? what would you suggest?

Procie: AMD
Mobo: ASUS
Ram: G.skills
HDD: Seagate
GPU: Nvidia but the cheapest I can get.
PSU: "any"

budget is issue' :)  I just can spend about $350 - $400
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