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Please Help!!! I Finally get to buy a new pc!!!

By:

JibbitsJr
Saighdear na Faolchu
GW2: Jibbitsjr.4708

Posted On: 05/21/2012 at 06:59 PM

Hello Family,

  I finally get to buy a new computer, after 4+ years of gaming on cannibalized desktops and laptops. I have not built a system for gaming in a very long time and need some advice. I want to put together a decent rig for around 1.1k.   I am concerned that the 500w power supply maybe a little weak. According to the power consumption calculators I should only need 457 watts. Also If you have a better build in mind for the price point please share. Thank you in advance for any info.

 

pci 3.0


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Update19-116-504
Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo) LGA 1155 77W Quad-Core Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 4000 BX80637I53570K
Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo) LGA 1155 77W Quad-Core Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 4000 BX80637I53570K
Model #:BX80637I53570K
Item #:N82E16819116504
Return Policy:CPU Replacement Only Return Policy
In Stock
 
$239.99   $239.99
Update14-127-664
MSI R7770-2PMD1GD5/OC Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card
MSI R7770-2PMD1GD5/OC Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video ...
Model #:R7770-2PMD1GD5/OC
Item #:N82E16814127664
Return Policy:VGA Standard Return Policy
In Stock
Mail in Rebate Card14-127-664
 
$139.99   $279.98
Update17-139-020
CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX650 V2 650W ATX12V v2.31/ EPS12V v2.92 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC High Performance Power Supply
CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX650 V2 650W ATX12V v2.31/ EPS12V v2.92 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC High Performance Power ...
Model #:CMPSU-650TXV2
Item #:N82E16817139020
Return Policy:Standard Return Policy
In Stock
Mail in Rebate Card17-139-020
 
$119.99 -$30.00 Instant $89.99
Update13-157-271
ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Model #:Z68 Extreme3 Gen3
Item #:N82E16813157271
Return Policy:Standard Return Policy
In Stock
 
$129.99 -$8.00 Instant $121.99
Update22-148-767
Seagate Barracuda ST500DM002 500GB 7200 RPM SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive
Seagate Barracuda ST500DM002 500GB 7200 RPM SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive
Model #:ST500DM002
Item #:N82E16822148767
Return Policy:Standard Return Policy
In Stock
 
$84.99 -$5.00 Instant $79.99
Update20-233-254
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model CMZ8GX3M2X1600C7R
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model CMZ8GX3M2X1600C7R
Model #:CMZ8GX3M2X1600C7R
Item #:N82E16820233254
Return Policy:Memory Standard Return Policy
In Stock
 
$84.99   $84.99
Update32-116-986
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64-bit - OEM
Model #:GFC-02050
Item #:N82E16832116986
Return Policy:Software Standard Return Policy
In Stock
 
$99.99   $99.99
Update11-156-262
RAIDMAX Blade ATX-298WY Black / Yellow Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
RAIDMAX Blade ATX-298WY Black / Yellow Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Model #:ATX-298WY
Item #:N82E16811156262
Return Policy:Standard Return Policy
In Stock
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$59.99   $59.99
Subtotal: $1,056.91

 

 

 

 



» Edited on: 2012-05-22 18:07:09



» Edited on: 2012-05-30 18:28:39



» Edited on: 2012-05-30 18:42:50

-Jibbs

Member Response:

By:

Alyindar
Saighdear
GW2: Alyindar.7253

Replied On: 05/22/2012 at 10:52 AM

Tough call. I personally have an i5-2300k dual core processor in my machine, with an ATI 5670 graphics card, but Rift comes out in low 20's FPS at medium-high graphics settings (although I get low 50's in SWTOR, SC2, and Diablo 3 at High graphics settings, albeit with shadows low/off). In my experience I've experienced poor lifespan with AMD processors, they scale very poorly at higher temperatures, which is common with games using intense graphics processing. However I find better versatility with AMD/ATI graphics cards for multi-desktop viewing, especially since I tend to play with my game in a fullscreen window and have a web browser up on the other monitor (spoiler sites or You Tube playing most often). Still, I'd say processor over any other hardware, and go for rig #2 if you're set between those two choices.

Personally, I've shopped for my last two computers from cyberpowerpc.com after being recommended there by a friend, and I'm very happy with both the hardware and post-sales support I've received. Here's a PC I threw together with some similar specs (i5-3570k quad core processor, 2x4GB Crucial memory, ASUS P8Z77-V LX motherboard, dual AMD Radeon HD 6670 1GB video cards, etc.), price is $935, plus $75 shipping inside US, so you've got some wiggle room to add to the specs and still be within your budget. I hope you find something you like!

http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/saved/1E6MNA

"Mind the gap."

By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/22/2012 at 11:39 AM

well i would suggest u to for the 3.0 rig not as it is composed right now cause the 3.0 pci express works only with an ivy core wich means the i5 3570k or the i7 variation of it but if ur not doing any movies etc u dont need the i7 also i would w8 with the ssd or buy one wich u only use for bootup and and a few games and get another normal hardrive .board is okay aswell as the rest well the gpu dpends on ur bugget im more a nvidia geek so no clue on amd i would suggest a 570 min or if u hav emore cash above 350 bugs the 580 or the 600 series also just an advice from me get urselve also cpu cooler cause the stock cooler sux of intel for exampel u could get an artic Freezer i30 best air cooler out there and ofc use a extra thermal liquid not the one wich is on it doesnt matter much the brand some like artic silver but oh well the power supply hmm i would say atleast a good brand 650w hope i could help u or talk to me on vent

By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/22/2012 at 11:49 AM

also dont dont go for the amd crap that socket is not good at all for gaming and dont forgett u need a ivy core for the 3.0 pci express wich if u want to use u would have to buy a 600 nvdia card series but u dont need it really since it works with a 2.0 card too but keep in mind when u buy a board and cpu its always in a time window of 4-5 years so i would buy the good stuff 3.0 and a i5 and w8 with the gpu for the moment (the 600series)jut get the one from ur list since normaly u buy a gpu every3 years or more depending on how good it was

By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/22/2012 at 11:52 AM

btw heres my spec right wich i like so far i5 3570k asrock z77 extreme 4-m 6 gigs of corsair ram 1600 gtx580 and 1 normal 2 tb hardrive...

ps when u look for a gpu try to look for something wich is simple to clean like gpu with minium 2-3 fans on it and dont forgett the cpu cooler i wrote above in the text wall

By:

JibbitsJr
Saighdear na Faolchu
GW2: Jibbitsjr.4708

Replied On: 05/22/2012 at 06:26 PM

TYVM for the input guys.

I have adjusted my original post to take into account my mistake on the Ivy proc. I also ajusted the video cards, and hard drive. I added the zallman cpu cooler I am using now. As for the psu, I have an old 700w I can use if the 500w fails to meet my needs.

The price does not take into account the rebates, and promo gift cards. Also the cpu cooler. $50 in rebates + the $45 for the cpu cooler = $95 off the subtotal. That gives us a total of $976. Dynomite!! Thank you for the help guys. I think I may have a beasty for under a grand. TY TY TY

Please review the adjusted build and let me know if I have made any other mistakes.

-Jibbs

By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/22/2012 at 09:14 PM

well so far so good u could get a bigger harddrive but it depends on u what u do with the pc also u could go an buy just windows7 home premium would save u some money

By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/23/2012 at 07:52 AM

gpu seems fine too about ur cooler well zalman doesnt tell me any details if it supports the ivy core s so u can try but download cpu temp and check the temp with it of ur cpu also download 3dmark 11 just the basic version and let it run one time then ull see the max temps etc till 65°C it still ok but it should keep above 70°C the issue why im saynig this is simply the ivy cores do way more heat so u need to verify

By:

Oldmanjenkinz
Saighdear
GW2: Oldman Jenkinz.3045

Replied On: 05/24/2012 at 03:54 PM

I just had my system built in March and I used This site to decide on what I put into my system. Under the Budget Builds I went with the midranged. I opted out of a sound card and added in liquid cooled. Then bought Razor keyboard. I already had the Razor mouse. I also bought a really nice "gaming" LED monitor that has a 2ms response time. I took every thing to a pro and had him build it as well as start the windows 7 64 bit install. Then I finished the install and did all the drive installs myself to save some money on labor. But I figured for the amount of money I had just invested I wanted to make absolutely sure that all the hardware was correctly installed. I really didn't want to buy another motherboard or processor.... or both because I did some little thing wrong. So for my own peace of mind it was worth the $200 to have a pro do it for me. With every thing total it came to $1200.

In hind-sight I kind of wish I went with a Logitech keyboard instead. I love the Razor Naga mouse though. I truly love my computer. It's amazing to play games with every thing cranked to max and have zero lag. Even in heavy populated areas. In Rift I don't even need to turn off other players spell effects. I can see it all with 30 or so players around me and not a hint of lag and it all looks amazing. Hope this helps

» Edited on: 2012-05-24 15:59:23

» Edited on: 2012-05-24 16:00:26

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By:

Briseadh
Draoi na Iompróidh
GW2: Briseadh.7386 ESO: @Briseadh

Replied On: 05/25/2012 at 01:10 PM

Lots of good points here - I will just say that you should always have some buffer on a power supply. This way if in the future you upgrade a piece of it, you have the power room. I would go with the 700W you have for more play room and to be sure. That's my two cents on that and now I'm off to REcheck my power setup for a graphics card. HA!

Go for 'G' rated. I dare you! =D Your words carry far more weight and power than you will ever know. Never expect people to take them the same way either.

Don't mess with the Mama Bear or her cubs (aka this family). =D

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By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/25/2012 at 01:14 PM

and dont forgett if u buy a new psu dont get cheap shit get something decent with some 80 + symbol on it

By:

Bloodmaw
Ard Tiarna na Fhiaigh
GW2: Bloodmaw.9170 ESO: @bloodmaw

Replied On: 05/25/2012 at 01:19 PM

I'd say for sure that the Psu, should go. Yes you stated that you have a req of 450, or so, but that leaves little room for spikes and larger draws. I've got a 800w in mine, and love it. It was a steal as well, so .. *shrug*

My system cost me near 1.1k as well, and I went with a bit stronger on various components. Lemme see if i still have links around for what i got. *goes to rummage*

By:

Bloodmaw
Ard Tiarna na Fhiaigh
GW2: Bloodmaw.9170 ESO: @bloodmaw

Replied On: 05/25/2012 at 01:24 PM

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820145345

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115095

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129021

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125363

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131781

These are all i can find atm, but the Psu was a Corsair 800w. HD was a 1tb Seagate 6sata.

The case i love!! It runs so stupid quiet and in full load for a game i sit maybe at 55*c. Every game i own on max settings and runs like a dream with no hiccups at all.

Hope it helps, or at least gives a few ideas.

-Ted

Also.. why windows Professional?

» Edited on: 2012-05-25 13:25:28

By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/25/2012 at 01:36 PM

yup home 64bit is pretty much ok for now even though i woudldnt buy any new windows for now just w8 for win 8 and ofc corsair is good brand for the psu too bit expensive but really good ,well the case is kinda oh well but everyone has his taste i prefer this one wich own ofc http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146068

By:

Bloodmaw
Ard Tiarna na Fhiaigh
GW2: Bloodmaw.9170 ESO: @bloodmaw

Replied On: 05/26/2012 at 02:10 PM

I'll agree about their being a bit pricy vs competition, BUT, i've never had anybody i know, complain about a corsair PSU going down in flames.

The reason for the case is the fans and the size. (also it's LED blue inside WEEE!!) It has a bigboy 200 on top that is silly quiet even on high. 2 front, 2 back, and a slot for a side panel fan. The thing is quiet and extra cool. Hard to beat in most cases.

By:

JibbitsJr
Saighdear na Faolchu
GW2: Jibbitsjr.4708

Replied On: 05/28/2012 at 11:41 PM

I am dropping to the home edition. I will update the post accordingly tomorrow.

-Jibbs

By:

Signal
Saighdear na Sailetheach
GW2: Signal.9763

Replied On: 05/30/2012 at 08:01 AM

If your goal is a fast PC, predominantly for gaming, I have a few suggestions. Being that you're on a tight budget, where you put your money is critical in getting a high performing, balanced system.

If you're not planning on overclocking then I would just stick with the included Intel CPU cooler. I know it's not the most efficient cooler but it works just fine, even if you run a mild overclock. Personally, I don't overclock anymore. Modern CPUs have so much power that gaining even 10-15% more by overclocking just isn't necessary.

Put the money into more GPU power instead.

Which brings up my second recommendation... drop the two Radeon HD7770s. That frees up another $280. That plus the $45 you save by sticking with the stock CPU cooler gives you $325 to play with. Search your sofa cushions, look in your sock drawer, raid your spouse's stash (just kidding!)... do whatever you can to come up with another $75 and order yourself an Nvidia GTX670 for $399 to go with your new system. I would even consider dropping down to 8GB of RAM to free up some more money as 16GB is overkill for just about all PC users, including gamers.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130782

This will give you all the graphics power you'll need for several generations of games and, in my opinion, will be a much better investment than what you're currently considering. Right now the GTX670 is the best graphics card in existence for the money. It offers 95% the performance of a GTX680 at $100 less and lower power usage. Even better, NewEgg actually has a few in stock, which is a bit rare.

-----GW2------
Carlotta The Red
Maira Mayhem
Decimus Augustus
Valena Caladon

-----Rift-----
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Illidriel

-----WAR-----
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By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/30/2012 at 10:08 AM

only issue i see in this is the case of gpu is kinda bah very hard to clean also one fan on gpu is nowadays not really good since it gets pretty hot 2 fans -3 or min and a easely to acces heatpipe is what i preferand yeah the 70´s are pretty good too

By:

Signal
Saighdear na Sailetheach
GW2: Signal.9763

Replied On: 05/30/2012 at 05:17 PM

Due to the new 28nm fab process used on the GTX670 and GTX680, they run lower voltages and therefore cooler temps than previous generation GPUs. Under full load my 670 runs in the mid 60s celcius. At idle it will run around 37 celcius. (For reference, my water cooled i7-275k CPU will run 42 celcius at idle and as high as 80 celcius under full load.) The blower style fan assembly that is typical of reference designs works just fine, is very quiet, and offers the added bonus of blowing the hot air out the back of my case rather than depositing it inside. This helps keep the entire system temp down.

Whichever way you go Jibbits you're going to love your new system! You can't really go wrong one way or the other and everyone has given you good advice. I used to build myself a new system every eight months to a year to keep chasing the latest technology. Nowadays, like you, I only build a new system once every four or five years. So when I do I like to make sure I build as "future proof" a system as I can for my money.

My current rig is:
Intel i7-275k CPU
Nvidia GTX670 GPU
4GB Mushkin RAM
1TB Western Digital hard drive
Antec "True Power" 750w power supply
27" ViewSonic 1080p LCD display

If you go with the GTX670 like I did, your system would actually be faster than mine. I play all my current games (SW:TOR, Skyrim, Mass Effect 3, Battlefield 3, etc...) at full detail 1920x1080 and my framerate is always pegged at my refresh rate of 60Hz. This includes using all the image quality enhancements such as FXAA, adaptive v-sync, and 16xAF. Notice that I only have 4GB of RAM and it doesn't hold me back one bit. And the best part, the system is very quiet in the following case, even under full load:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129066

I especially like the 140mm fan on top that blows hot air out the top of the case.

Hope this give you something to think about and eventually helps you get the best system you can!

» Edited on: 2012-05-30 17:19:03

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Maira Mayhem
Decimus Augustus
Valena Caladon

-----Rift-----
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Illidriel

-----WAR-----
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By:

JibbitsJr
Saighdear na Faolchu
GW2: Jibbitsjr.4708

Replied On: 05/30/2012 at 06:04 PM

Wow tons of good info tyvm guys. I want to use this pc just for GW2, and maybe some Minecraft. My game room stays at a balmy 65f, and the pc sits so that the ac is blowing into the intake fan :} Central Air cooled system... lolz! That is why I went with the el cheap o case. I do not plan to oc anything on the system. That being said; I have some questions.

Will the cross fire cards running at 8x out preform the single card?
Will I see a drop in preformance changing from 16g of ram to 8g?

I am working on an updated rig I will post when done.

Thank you in advance.

-Jibbs

By:

JibbitsJr
Saighdear na Faolchu
GW2: Jibbitsjr.4708

Replied On: 05/30/2012 at 06:34 PM

Ok so this is without the questions from above answered. This build shows a price tag of $1056 and change. After I subtract the rebates the total is $966.

The change in ram lowered the cas latency down to 7!!! The power supply bumped me up 150w. I think we have a winner, provided the cross fire does out preform the 670.



» Edited on: 2012-05-30 18:43:56

-Jibbs

By:

Signal
Saighdear na Sailetheach
GW2: Signal.9763

Replied On: 05/30/2012 at 09:17 PM

That's not even close. A single GTX670 will offer much greater performance than a pair of HD7770s in crossfire. Likely close to an extra 30% to 50%, maybe more, depending on the game and resolution. While there are no direct comparisons available, use the link below to see comparisons of HD7770 in crossfire v.s. other graphics solutions. In particular, note that a single GTX580 offers 123% the performance of two HD7770s, normalized across all resolutions.

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/HIS/HD_7750_7770_CrossFire/22.html

Then consider that the GTX670 offers roughly 120% the performance of a GTX580. Then add in the advantages of FXAA and adaptive v-sync and that performance gap will widen even further over a pair of HD7770s, likely to close to double. You will spend more (if you can) on the GTX670 but you'll have a much faster gaming system. Also, down the road if you want an easy upgrade just pop in a second GTX670 in SLI and almost double your performance again.

And yes, going to less RAM can often raise performance by reducing the latency. It also has a lot to do with the quality of the RAM you purchase. My 4GB of Mushkin Enhanced DDR3 runs at a timing of 6-8-6-24!

-----GW2------
Carlotta The Red
Maira Mayhem
Decimus Augustus
Valena Caladon

-----Rift-----
Serinda Maira
Illidriel

-----WAR-----
Illidriel

By:

Themau
Saighdear na Iompróidh
GW2: thexmau.1805 ESO: @themau

Replied On: 05/30/2012 at 09:18 PM

the change from 16 to 8 gigs will not really be notetable not so sure about the gpu s though the thing with case is even if u have the nice air conditioned room the airflow inside the case might be not as good and stuff will heat up alot with heat up i mean like 75°c above my case bit expensier but it has style and alot possile fans
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146068

but even in the worst case that u notice that it gets pretty hot u can still do some modding and cut some round wholes into and put in some fans ^^

By:

Signal
Saighdear na Sailetheach
GW2: Signal.9763

Replied On: 06/07/2012 at 11:05 AM

If you haven't already purchased your parts here's a good article to read.

http://www.techspot.com/review/537-max-payne-3-performance/

The benchmarks use the upcoming Max Payne 3 game and show the impact of the 4 different DirectX engines, nearly every major video card in production the last couple years, and the impact of CPU on most modern games.

The bottom line is that if, like you, you're building a new gaming system then you're far better off putting more money in the GPU than anything else. All else being equal, the difference between an old AMD Athlon II X4 645 CPU v.s. the latest $1000 extreme edition Intel Core i7-3960X CPU is virtually unnoticable.

Regarding the GTX670, here's a quote from the article backing up my previous advice... "[Those who want to game]...in all of its glory will need quite a lot of GPU grunt. For example, at 1920x1200, high-end hardware such as the GeForce GTX 580 or Radeon HD 7870 are recommended, though the ultimate value card in our tests was the GeForce GTX 670, which beat the 7970 in most tests with ease."

» Edited on: 2012-06-07 11:06:44

-----GW2------
Carlotta The Red
Maira Mayhem
Decimus Augustus
Valena Caladon

-----Rift-----
Serinda Maira
Illidriel

-----WAR-----
Illidriel

By:

JibbitsJr
Saighdear na Faolchu
GW2: Jibbitsjr.4708

Replied On: 08/09/2012 at 06:55 PM

I pulled the trigger tonight!!!!!!



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Plus another $65 off in mail in rebates.

-Jibbs

By:

Vilde
Treubh
GW2: Vilde.9364

Replied On: 08/09/2012 at 07:11 PM

That looks like a nice build. Let us know how it turns out.

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