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The rest of the system is very good. What is your budget for this build? this is what I`ve choosed so far: mobo: ASUS P6T DELUXE V2 videokard: PINE/XFX GF9400GT PCI-E 1GB DDR2 DVI VGA HDTV RAM: OCZ TECH DDR3 1600MHz Value Gold Tri Channel 6GB 3x2GB Harddrive: WD 1TB SATA DESKTOP STORAGE 7200 RPM 32MB CACHE Prossesor: Intel Core i7 920 2,66 GHz PSU: MIST, 800W DVD Rom: Sony DVD-burner AD-5240S +R/+RW -R/-RW SATA LCD screen: ASUS Monitor 22" Wide WSXGA+ 1680x1050 DVI-D mouse: Roccat Kone Gaming mus 3200 Dpi keyboard: LOGITECH Media Keyboard 600 USB any comments are appricated.   The graphics card is a big let-down. Or if possible a GTX 275.  

At least get yourself a GTX 260 / HD 4870 1GB.



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First computer build, does this look like a good build?

I have Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, I have a 24" Samsung T24B350 (1920x1080), Bose USB speakers and a mouse but I will need a keyboard. CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K 3.3GHz Quad-Core Processor $219.99

CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus 76.8 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler $18.99

Motherboard: Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 ATX LGA1155 Motherboard $134.99

Memory: Corsair Vengeance LP 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory $139.99

Storage: Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive $94.99

Video Card: Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 3GB Video Card $289.99

Wired Network Adapter: Intel EXPI9301CTBLK 10/100/1000 Mbps PCI-Express x1 Network Adapter $28.99

Case: Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced ATX Full Tower Case $129.99

Power Supply: Antec Basiq Plus 550W 80 PLUS Certified ATX12V Power Supply $69.99

Optical Drive: Lite-On iHAS124-04 DVD/CD Writer $17.99

Keyboard: Lite-On SK-1788/BS Wired Standard Keyboard $12.98

Total: $1246.86 from Newegg
 




The build looks good. And also if these parts would fit and work well together. I plan on building it within the month, I prefer performance over cost.

Is the on-board LAN (network adapter) not suitable for your needs?
 

I only have one question. I'm just wondering if anyone has any suggestions on these parts seeing as I am new to computer building, I did a good amount of research so far.


I plan on using this computer for games l...


Can someone build me a very good computer?

I am thinking about
-Two 2gb DDR2
- ATI x900(Thats the best video card right?)
-An athlon proccessor
-140gb HD
-Iono about Mobo
 



I want the best computer possible for gaming.


Am I good to go (computer build)?

Do I need anything else? Also I am having great difficulties choosing a good monitor, after a lot of research, I am going to go with this: http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236117
Any good? What about cooling? I will not list the price as it changes through shipping and tax.

Any recommendations? I want a fast response, good quality and HDMI support.

This is my first time building a custom PC.

Here is my list:

Case: Cooler Master RC-932-KKN5-GP HAF 932 Advance Full Tower Case - ATX, Black, SuperSpeed USB 3.0

Power Supply: XFX P1850BNLG9 Pro Series XXX Edition ATX Semi-Modular Power Supply - 850W, 80 Plus Silver, 135mm Fan, Active PFC

CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K BX80623I52500 Unlocked Processor - Quad Core, 6MB L3 Cache, 1MB L2 Cache, 3.30 GHz (3.70 GHz Max Turbo), Socket H2 (LGA1155), 95W, Fan, Retail

Motherboard: ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 LGA 1155 Intel Z68 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard

RAM: Patriot Signature 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory with heatshield Model PSD38G1600KH

Video Card: PowerColor AX6950 2GBD5-2DH Radeon HD 6950 Video Card - 2GB, GDDR5, PCI-Express 2.1 (x16), Dual-DVI, HDMI, 2x Mini DisplayPort, DirectX 11, Dual-Slot, Eyefinity, CrossFireX Ready

Hard Drive: Western Digital WD5000AAKX Caviar Blue Hard Drive - 500GB, 3.5", SATA 6Gbps, 7200RPM, 16MB

Optical Drive: Plextor PX-L890SA-26 24X DVDRW Optical Drive - Internal, SATA, Lightscribe

CPU Fan (for overclo...


A Good Time to Build a New Computer....?

if possible...)

Conroe is coming out (July 23?) at surprisingly cheap prices I've been thinking now is the time to buy! and when do some of you folks plan on buying new rigs?
 




Wait a year.
 

I've got about 2500 dollars in my wallet and really wanna get one... Good idea?




Argh I?ve been contemplating on when to buy a new rig for a while now. Why? But anyways with Vista w/ DX10 and Conroe coming out and who knows what next year anybody have a suggestion as to when would be a good time to buy? (I need an answer better then never here...

However I wanna wait till DX10 cards become available and hopefully by then the prices on the Conroe processors and mobos will have dropped a bit. I want one sooooo badlyyyyy... Anyways, is it a bad idea?


Help me build a good computer!!! I'm lost

I have my case, HD, CD/DVD+-RW drive, and a 19" LCD monitor, but I am lost as to what else I need. I know what I need, just not what kind/brand. I would like to get one of the ATI all-in-wonder cards, probably 128MB, would thius be enough for some decent gaming and stuff? I have heard a lot about different brands of RAM.

I would need a sound card for this, right? Is this true? What kind of specs should I look for?

How much u willing to spend? Okay, now some stupid questions (if all of thos weren't bad enough). Oh yeah, does it really matter what NIC I get? If so, what brand?

Well, that's it for now. I am thinking 512MB of dual channel ram would be enough, right? The motherboard and cpu is where I am totally comfused.

Well, I just found this site (just started looking) and I am already learning a lot, but I know there is a lot I am still missing.

Basically, I am trying to build a pretty decent computer, but IU have no idea where to start. If so, what brand, and what size/type/whatever? I have been told by some guys on other forums that I can get a decent combo for under $250. Can I get away with a $20 card?

If ur in USA try www.newegg.com its highly recommended on this forum by every1
I see that some are expensive, but a few people have told me that doesn't really matter. I want a computer that can do all the crap for school, some basic CAD stuff, but also play some decent games (probably nothing as crazy as Doom III)....


help trying to build a good computer that will handle games

This should perform much much better.
 

You're looking for a PCIe graphics card. As for your processor, it'll work with that motherboard as well, but Id recommend one of the core2Duos, maybe those new E2140 chips. I think its a reasonable choice for its price range.

This is the PCIe version of the card.


I have had this old Dell Desktop, sitting on the side of my room for a while now and today i opened it up and wanted to turn that into a simple gaming desktop.


can anyone give me good tips on how to build a computer

Dont fry anything. I think your gonna have to be a little less broad.
im a newb at this but im a very quick learner. i need good websites to help me step by step.



same as topic.


So building a computer through Cyberpower PC, is this a good build?

I want good gaming graphics on high, good performance, and something that is upgradable. I need to know if this is a good build for the money. This is off the bundle order below.

it is about $1000. Tell me if I am on mark or should change some things.CyberPowerPC EOS 206S Gaming Case with Power-Efficient Power Supply, BlackChange Adds $8.00Your 1 Motherboard & ProcessorCYBERPOWER PC AMD FX-6300 Vishera Six-Core Processor with Motherboard5 out of 5 Stars(2 Reviews)Change Adds $59.00Your 1 MemoryCyberPowerPC 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3-1600MHz G.SKILL RipjawsX Performance Gaming MemoryChange Adds $45.00Your 1 Hard DriveCyberPower CPHD500 500GB Hard Disk Drive2.5 out of 5 Stars(6 Reviews)Change Your 1 Graphics/Video CardsAMD Radeon R7 265 2GB GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 Graphics CardChange Adds $139.00Your 1 Optical DriveCYBERPOWER PC Samsung 24x DVD+/-RW Dual-Layer SuperMulti Optical DriveChange Your 1 Operating SystemCyberPower Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit Edition (PC)4.3 out of 5 Stars(3 Reviews)Change CoolingsCyberPower CPFA1010 Liquid Cooling System 120mm Radiator and Fan5 out of 5 Stars(1 Reviews)Change RemoveAdds $48.00MonitorsHKC 26" LED Widescreen Monitor (N2612)Change RemoveAdds $190.00Keyboard Mouse CombosCooler Master Storm Devastator Gaming Keyboard and MouseChange RemoveAdds $30.00NetworkingsCyberPowerPC PCI-Express 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0Change Remove That looks okay but you would be much better removing the liquid cooler and spending the money...


What parts would I need to build a good gaming computer?

Does the budget include the monitor and peripherals and do you have any parts you're going to reuse (e.g.


And is it hard to actually build a computer. gaming (if so which games), video encoding or just general usage? I've had no experience building a computer before but I'm not bad with computers in general, I just really need to know what I need, where I put them and how do I get it working.

e.g. DVD drive, hard drive, case, etc.)?
 

I've got a bit of a budget roughly 600-750
someone help?
 




What are you using the computer for?


Can someone please tell me a good computer to build using parts from newegg?

i would use this mostly for gaming but also would have it partitioned to double as a linux server. thanx. Rex
 




Do you need EVERYTHING? I.e., monitor, keyboard/mouse, windowsXP, case/psu etc.
 




Im trying to buy/make a complete computer for roughly $650. Id prefer all the parts to be from newegg.


Want to build a new system, any good 'build' guides you'd recommend?

Since the days of pentium 4, hyperthreading, socket 478, and AGP video cards are long gone, I'm looking for some advice and/or guides on where to look for ideas. I guess what I'm looking for is a decent mid range system that'll make look FSX and Vista look good without breaking my bank. I'm not real keen on the latest in technology (for instance, all I know a RAID to be is something we'd do in the middle of the night to the sorority houses looking for panties).




My current system (specs are below) is getting a bit dated and frankly, I'm just itching to build a new computer. I'm partial to Intel, ASUS, and ATI but I'd really be willing to try anything as I know the market changes like the winds. But, I do like quality. Any ideas or general directions you can point me in would be greatly appreciated.
 




What is your budget?
 

I like to play games although I wouldn't consider myself a gaming 'geek' in that I need the latest $600 card and $1000 processor.


this a good build?




i am thinking of getting this

http://frontiernet.net/~unholyknights/comp/mycomputer1.html

plz tell wut u think, what to change, suggestions,etc...
 




You can get a cheaper 6800 GT card at price watch unless you really want to buy from new egg,
there is better ram at new egg for cheaper if you visit their clearance section

http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProduct.asp?submit=Clearance&catalog=147&Type=Clearance

everything else i like but i am sure there will be more members with input. :wave:
 


Is this a good pc build??


i want to build my first pc but i don't exactly know if my build will work/fit. This is my build: click here
Can you give me any advise/comments?


Good Build?



Well I Just Ordered 400 Dollars Of Parts Off Of Www.Newegg.Com And I Was Wondering Will My Build Run CSS At 100FPS And How Will It Do In Battlefield 2? P.S. My Build Is My Signature!
 



I would not think 100 fps out of that rig with that game but you won't know until you build,tweak and try it.
 


Is this a good PC to build?

Unlike earlier posts, I removed the NIC and added a reliable PSU, and a better CPU. A 380W PSU is cutting it a bit thin for those components... The Geforce 9400 card has Dual DVI ports.I will build this around the release date of Windows 7.

This PC will have Windows 7. I want to keep this for six years, so in 2012, I wont have to buy a new PC.167.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115037 CPU 084.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128380 MB 049.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820227195 RAM 049.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814133247 VDO 059.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371005 PSU 029.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147074 CASE 089.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148433 HDD 049.98 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827106281 DVDRW * 2021.66 SHIP604.57 TOTALCore 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHz4GB DDR2 RAMnVidia Geforce 9400GT1TB Seagate Hard Drive2 DVD RW Drives380W 80 PLUS ATX PSUNotes: I will add a floppy drive but I already bought it.Many computers have two DVD drives, even some in the market.I am not a gamer, I need two monitors.


Looking for a good build.

Just looking for some input. would two Radeon HD 4870 PCI-E 16x 512mb DDR5 cards be better then two ATI Radeon HD 3870 X2 PCI-E 16X 1GB Video Cards?


I am looking on www.cyberpowerpc.com to build a new desktop.

I am though not very knowledgeable on computers. I understand the basics. I believe the 4870 in Crossfire will romp all over the 2 x 3870x2.
 

Please comment on cases and cpus and such too.

I am wondering is Nvidia better or ati? Any information is helpful. I am into gaming and want a computer that is built for it.


Is this a good build?




Solved.
 




What did you decide on?
 


My new build..is it well..good?

is a hybrid of a budget but not budget gaming PC total cost considering i got 2 of the HDD was $1,016
good or should i have done something else?


good possible build so far?



Ok im going to be ordering a new system in july or so with a 1200 buck budget. lol
Heres what i came up with so far:


DFI LANPARTY nF4 SLI-DR Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce4 SLI ATX AMD Motherboard - Retail $196.00

ASUS VENTO 3600 Blue Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail $140.50

OCZ EL Platinum Revision 2 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200) Unbuffered Dual Channel Kit System Memory Model OCZ4001024ELDCPER2-K - Retail $180.66

AMD Athlon 64 3500+ Venice 1GHz FSB Socket 939 Processor Model ADA3500BPBOX - Retail $282.99

This is only so far.

Any ideas of what to do about my budget now? I still need a power supply, cd/dvd burner and reader floppy a hd and maybe some extra cooling and also my video card.


PC Build - Is this any good?

Case COOLERMASTER K350 GAMING CASE
Processor (CPU) Intel® Core™i5 Quad Core Processor i5-6600 (3.3GHz) 6MB Cache
Motherboard ASUS® Z170-E: ATX, LG1151, USB 3.1, SATA 6GBs
Memory (RAM) 8GB HyperX FURY DDR4 2666MHz (2 x 4GB)
Graphics Card 4GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 960 - DVI, HDMI, 3 x DP - 3D Vision Ready
1st Hard Disk 1TB SATA-III 3.5" HDD, 6GB/s, 7200RPM, 32MB CACHE
1st DVD/BLU-RAY Drive 24x DUAL LAYER DVD WRITER ±R/±RW/RAM
Memory Card Reader INTERNAL 52 IN 1 CARD READER (XD, MS, CF, SD, etc) + 1 x USB 2.0 PORT
Power Supply CORSAIR 450W VS SERIES™ VS-450 POWER SUPPLY
Processor Cooling INTEL STANDARD CPU COOLER
Thermal Paste STANDARD THERMAL PASTE FOR SUFFICIENT COOLING
Fan Controller NONE
Extra Case Fans NONE
LED Lighting NONE
Sound Card Creative Sound Blaster® Audigy™ FX OEM
Wireless/Wired Networking WIRELESS 802.11N 300Mbps/2.4GHz PCI-E CARD
Wireless Router/HomePlugs NONE
USB Options MIN. 2 x USB 3.0 & 2 x USB 2.0 PORTS @ BACK PANEL + MIN. 2 FRONT PORTS
Is this a solid functional build, or I have made some rookie mistake that will end in disaster?



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