[2,400£]New Desktop Gaming/Rendering/Stream

Discussion in 'Desktop Computers' started by iVECTIM, Feb 10, 2013.

  1. iVECTIM

    iVECTIM New Member

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    Hey Guys.
    Today my computer for games crashed [was 4 years old] so I am deciding to buy new and what's more not any which! I have for the edition 2.400 of pounds. 2.400 of Pounds to very computer, 200 pounds to the good setup gaming and water cooling for 300 pounds. Into the composition of the computer he is accessing 3 good monitors of course:) best GTX680 when not it some good Radeon with factory O/C or so which I can do O/C on. best on Amazon.co.uk or Novatech

    Colouristically, of course the colour red.

    I apologise too my bad but it is very bad English, but I am a Pole which only just can write and speak well in English
     
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  2. Jiniix

    Jiniix Well-Known Member

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    With your budget I would build this PC:
    Total cost: £1705

    Need an OS? +£100

    The PC I've composed will be able to handle any game. With your budget I've chosen to go for a very high end power supply, which will serve you well for a long time.
    You could add 2x4GB more RAM if you wanted, or you could go for 2x8GB instead, leaving room for more RAM in the future.
    With either CPU cooler I've linked, you can overclock to 4.6GHz easily and remain cool - do that.
    Both graphic cards are overclocked higher than ASUS DirectCU TOP by 40MHz and the Gigabyte cooler is very good.

    Leaves plenty of cash left for monitors and such.
     
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  3. iVECTIM

    iVECTIM New Member

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    What do you think about this? :
    Processor : Intel Core i7-3930K £444.97
    MoBo : Asus Rampage IV Extreme/BF3 Motherboard £340.27
    Graphics Card : Gigabyte GeForce GTX680 4GB GDDR5 £482.53
    RAM : G Skill 2x 8GB PC3-19200 DDR3 2400MHz x2 £242.78
    Hard Drive Disk : Seagate 3TB £103.00
    Solid State Drive : Samsung 840 Series 120GB £73.90
    Case : Cooler Master CM Storm Stryker XL-ATX Case £136.58
    Sound Card : Creative Sound Blaster ZxR £181.97
    Monitors : LG IPS237L-BN x3 £412.17
    PC Power Supply : Seasonic X-750 Full module 750W £128.99

    All : £2547.16
     
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  4. spirit

    spirit Moderator Staff Member

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    I think you would better off getting an i7 3770K and a good Z77 board instead of getting the 3930K and an X79 board. Just saves you some money.
     
  5. Jiniix

    Jiniix Well-Known Member

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    I agree with spirit.
     
  6. iVECTIM

    iVECTIM New Member

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    I mean, the idea is that supposed to be good at BF 4 cores, so I wanted to take a 6-core processor to take. Do you think that the 4-core enough? 'Cause I know just the general 2x AMD FX-8150 Bulldozer : D
     
  7. spirit

    spirit Moderator Staff Member

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    Well the 3770K has 8 threads, 4 cores. It's actually overkill for gaming anyway, so a 3930K is serious overkill. Just get the 3770K if you want an i7.
     

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