Build me a $800 PC with video card.

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by JumperR, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. JumperR

    JumperR Master Guru

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    Intel. ^^
     
  2. deltatux

    deltatux Ancient Guru

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    Don't you already have a gaming rig?

    If you want an Intel rig, wait until Sandy Bridge is out next week. No point in building anything now.

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  3. JumperR

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  4. JumperR

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    I made my mind and chose the corsair cooler.
    SO how is it ? Good?
     

  5. lehtv

    lehtv Ancient Guru

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    You made your mind about the cooler, but then you ask about its performance afterwards .... ?
     
  6. JumperR

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    I meant the built, or what ever.Sorry.
     
  7. deltatux

    deltatux Ancient Guru

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    He can't wait 9 days for something way better to come out? I feel he might regret it if you buy now.

    I still don't recommend building right now. As for the motherboard, I'd get something better than BIOSTAR if I were you. Get either ASUS or GIGABYTE.

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  8. superweapons

    superweapons Master Guru

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    In anticipation of Sandy Bridge processors...

    Sandy Bridge i5 2400
    4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1600
    Asus/Gigabyte P67 motherboard
    Samsung F3 HD103SJ (or HD502HJ)
    GTX 460 or HD 6850
    Corsair CMPSU-650TX
    Cooler Master Hyper212+
    DVD Burner
    Antec Three Hundred

    This build should be a bit cheaper, by maybe $50 USD or so. Including the DVD burner and case, it should round back up to about the same price as your posted build.
     
  9. FeAr3d

    FeAr3d Member Guru

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    No, you build your own you lazy no good for nothing piece of ****!


    :argue:


    Then we can tell you what you should have done.lol
     
  10. deltatux

    deltatux Ancient Guru

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    Not sure if the OP already built the rig. If not, ya, I'd +1 on this design.

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  11. Neo Cyrus

    Neo Cyrus Ancient Guru

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    Do what everyone else is saying and wait for Sandybridge, why not considering it's so close. Go with a Gigabyte motherboard, I've never had one blow up on me and Hilbert even posted a video a while back of their quality testing, it seemed to be good.

    Edit: Off topic, but holy crap your core voltage is at 1.42V? Isn't that a little overkill? 1.42V is what I would use if I had water cooling and I was aiming for 4.5GHz or higher.
     
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