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    Just throwing a heads up out there

    Newegg has a 256gb samsung 840 series ssd on sale for $179.99 right now

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    Final Rig Update
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    Case: Cooler Master CM II Advanced
    Processor: AMD FX 8320 8 core OC to 4.8 GHZ
    Motherboard: Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3
    Memory: HyperX 4x 4 16GB DDR3-1600
    SSD: OCZ 120 GIG
    HDD: Baracuda 1 Terabyte 7200 RPM
    External HDD: 1 Terabyte Passport
    Video Card: Radeon Gigabite 7870 OC Edition
    Power Supply: Corsair TX750
    Liq Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series H100
    Fan Cooling: Front 2 X 140mm Bottom 1X140mm side 2x 120mm
    Keyboard: Logitech G110
    Mouse: Cooler Master SENTINEL Advance II AVAGO 9800 DPI
    Speakers: Sony 5.1 Surround
    Head Phones: Turtle beach X12
    Main Monitor: 54" SAMSUNG LED
    2ND Monitor: HP2311 24" LCD


    That's it for now soon will be doing case moding:

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blkclk550 Click here to enlarge
    Final Rig Update
    Full AMD rig


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    Case: Cooler Master CM II Advanced
    Processor: AMD FX 8320 8 core OC to 4.8 GHZ
    Motherboard: Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3
    Memory: HyperX 4x 4 16GB DDR3-1600
    SSD: OCZ 120 GIG
    HDD: Baracuda 1 Terabyte 7200 RPM
    External HDD: 1 Terabyte Passport
    Video Card: Radeon Gigabite 7870 OC Edition
    Power Supply: Corsair TX750
    Liq Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series H100
    Fan Cooling: Front 2 X 140mm Bottom 1X140mm side 2x 120mm
    Keyboard: Logitech G110
    Mouse: Cooler Master SENTINEL Advance II AVAGO 9800 DPI
    Speakers: Sony 5.1 Surround
    Head Phones: Turtle beach X12
    Main Monitor: 54" SAMSUNG LED
    2ND Monitor: HP2311 24" LCD


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    I think you made a big mistake with the processor but other than that, very nice.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I think you made a big mistake with the processor but other than that, very nice.
    enough for me at 4.8 it's fast enough

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blkclk550 Click here to enlarge
    enough for me at 4.8 it's fast enough
    It isn't necessarily just the clock speed that is important but your computer your rules.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
    Just throwing a heads up out there

    Newegg has a 256gb samsung 840 series ssd on sale for $179.99 right now

    Use this coupon code and it comes out to $150 Shipped! I'm probably gonna buy this hard drive and return the 128gb pro840 i have that i bought for the same price Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blkclk550 Click here to enlarge
    Final Rig Update
    Full AMD rig


    Case: Cooler Master CM II Advanced
    Processor: AMD FX 8320 8 core OC to 4.8 GHZ
    Motherboard: Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3
    Memory: HyperX 4x 4 16GB DDR3-1600
    SSD: OCZ 120 GIG
    HDD: Baracuda 1 Terabyte 7200 RPM
    External HDD: 1 Terabyte Passport
    Video Card: Radeon Gigabite 7870 OC Edition
    Power Supply: Corsair TX750
    Liq Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series H100
    Fan Cooling: Front 2 X 140mm Bottom 1X140mm side 2x 120mm
    Keyboard: Logitech G110
    Mouse: Cooler Master SENTINEL Advance II AVAGO 9800 DPI
    Speakers: Sony 5.1 Surround
    Head Phones: Turtle beach X12
    Main Monitor: 54" SAMSUNG LED
    2ND Monitor: HP2311 24" LCD


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    Interesting selection. I love my H100.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I think you made a big mistake with the processor but other than that, very nice.
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    enough for me at 4.8 it's fast enough
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    It isn't necessarily just the clock speed that is important but your computer your rules.
    +1000

    Its not the clock-speed at all. Its the clock-speed + the micro architecture + cores + way the processor handles types of data + physical vs theoretical threads + OCing headroom + etc etc etc. The one main advantage the AMD has over the Intel line-up (besides the price, of course) is the 8 physical cores. The 3770k will outperform it though, and it has 8 theoretical cores (4 physical) due to HT. The 8320 performs under an i5-3570 at stock clock,even though it has twice the cores. Hopefully programmers will start to incorporate programs/games that use more than 1 or 2 processor cores (threads). The most processor intensive game is BF3 (as of now. There might be some simulators that are more intensive, but i dont mess with that field of software) and it doesnt see a benefit past 4 cores of processing (physical or not).
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    i Wanted to see what AMD and Radeon was all about i never owned one so this was new to me, i will be building video editing rig and that will be Intell and Invidia.

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    So here was all the stuff before I finally started to dig into it.
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    This was after about 3 hours of routing cables, and mounting crap up, before I became way too tired.

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    And this is the final product which I finished last night :-)

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    I'm pretty sure I have to reinstall windows on my SSD, I was messing with the hard drive options last night and I changed my data drive (HDD) to a "simple drive" so I can just drag and drop $#@! on there and now the computer wont boot. Both hard drives are hooked up via SATA cables. Should I disconnect the HDD and just try booting up with the SSD only? If anyone can shed some insight it would be appreciated. But for the 30mins I had it up and running the thing was DUMB fast!! Click here to enlarge

    Rig is as follows:

    Case: Corsair 300R
    Processor: Intel I7-3770k
    Motherboard: Asus P8Z77-Vpro
    Memory: Gskill Ripjaw 16GB
    SSD: Samsung pro 840 series 128GB
    HDD: Seagate 1 Terabyte 7200 RPM
    External HDD: 1.5TB Seagate portable
    Video Card: None yet
    Power Supply: Corsair HX850
    Liq Cooling: Corsair H80i
    Fan Cooling: Front: 1x 140mm | Side: 2x 140mm | Top: 1x 120mm | Rear: 2x120mm Corsair push-pull setup w/ radiator
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
    So here was all the stuff before I finally started to dig into it.
    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...01/nI7r9-1.jpg

    This was after about 3 hours of routing cables, and mounting crap up, before I became way too tired.

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...01/lhemT-1.jpg


    And this is the final product which I finished last night :-)

    http://www.bimmerboost.com/images/im...01/15Zgx-1.jpg

    I'm pretty sure I have to reinstall windows on my SSD, I was messing with the hard drive options last night and I changed my data drive (HDD) to a "simple drive" so I can just drag and drop $#@! on there and now the computer wont boot. Both hard drives are hooked up via SATA cables. Should I disconnect the HDD and just try booting up with the SSD only? If anyone can shed some insight it would be appreciated. But for the 30mins I had it up and running the thing was DUMB fast!! Click here to enlarge

    Rig is as follows:

    Case: Corsair 300R
    Processor: Intel I7-3770k
    Motherboard: Asus P8Z77-Vpro
    Memory: Gskill Ripjaw 16GB
    SSD: Samsung pro 840 series 128GB
    HDD: Seagate 1 Terabyte 7200 RPM
    External HDD: 1.5TB Seagate portable
    Video Card: None yet
    Power Supply: Corsair HX850
    Liq Cooling: Corsair H80i
    Fan Cooling: Front: 1x 140mm | Side: 2x 140mm | Top: 1x 120mm | Rear: 2x120mm Corsair push-pull setup w/ radiator
    Keyboard: Logitech G110
    Mouse: Logitech G400
    That's looking good!

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    wish I caught this earlier.

    I would have suggested going with some "Noctua NF-P12" fans, they are a little costly at ~$18 each on amazon, but I have 6 of these in my case - along with a corsair h100 liquid cooling system and they are amazing, move a good amount of air and are scary quiet (54.36 CFM and ~19.8db)

    I have 4 of them on the radiator in a push/pull and 2 of them on the sides. My case stays really cool, and it's REALLY quiet. Only time it gets loud is when I ramp up the speed on my video card fans.

    looks good though, hope you have plenty of fun.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by chrisisnapping Click here to enlarge
    wish I caught this earlier.

    I would have suggested going with some "Noctua NF-P12" fans, they are a little costly at ~$18 each on amazon, but I have 6 of these in my case - along with a corsair h100 liquid cooling system and they are amazing, move a good amount of air and are scary quiet (54.36 CFM and ~19.8db)

    I have 4 of them on the radiator in a push/pull and 2 of them on the sides. My case stays really cool, and it's REALLY quiet. Only time it gets loud is when I ramp up the speed on my video card fans.

    looks good though, hope you have plenty of fun.
    The fans I have in there now keep the PC incredibly quiet! I couldn't believe how quiet it was actually, sometimes I had to double check to make sure the damn thing was on lmao. I was thinking about maybe putting in another intake fan at the front of the case. For now though, I'm gonna monitor the temps and see where I can make some adjustments. If I get a worried I will definitely check those fans out!

    Anybody have any recommendations on a video card that is good for dual monitor use (potentially) and will run CS:go and Starcraft II with ease? I was thinking a GTX 660ti should fit the bill

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    That's looking good!
    Thanks dude! Surprisingly with all this nice equipment the build only ended up costing me around $1200, although, I still don't have a video card yet lol
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
    Thanks dude! Surprisingly with all this nice equipment the build only ended up costing me around $1200, although, I still don't have a video card yet lol
    So $1000 for video card and you're done.

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    Well I got my PC running smoothly finally and man is this thing awesome.

    Like I said I just need a video card

    @Eric335 how is that GTX660 holding up?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
    Well I got my PC running smoothly finally and man is this thing awesome.

    Like I said I just need a video card

    @Eric335 how is that GTX660 holding up?

    Im using the Gigabyte GTX670 Windforce 3. It tears BF3 a new arse-hole, but im not competitive (like competitions or anything). Very smooth IMO.

    btw, the build looks great! i used that mobo before i switch to the ROG. Didnt notice too big of a difference, but im not OCing right now (waiting until i feel the 3570k is slow lol). Nice choice on the 3770k. Wish i spent the extra $50 sometimes haha
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Eric335 Click here to enlarge
    Im using the Gigabyte GTX670 Windforce 3. It tears BF3 a new arse-hole, but im not competitive (like competitions or anything). Very smooth IMO.

    btw, the build looks great! i used that mobo before i switch to the ROG. Didnt notice too big of a difference, but im not OCing right now (waiting until i feel the 3570k is slow lol). Nice choice on the 3770k. Wish i spent the extra $50 sometimes haha
    I'm at a toss up between the 660ti or a 670. I'm gonna scope out some sales for the next week to see if it can pick up either of them for a good price.

    Thanks dude! I would have gotten the i5-3570k if I didn't see this 3770k on sale for $100 less than what it was normally selling for. I have my BIOS auto overclocking the cpu based on how the temperatures are looking its really not going much higher than stock clock which even still is fast as all hell.

    I'll probably crank it up in about a month of so. I'm just glad everything worked first time I started it up and none of my parts were DOA lol

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by folgrz Click here to enlarge
    I'm at a toss up between the 660ti or a 670. I'm gonna scope out some sales for the next week to see if it can pick up either of them for a good price.

    Thanks dude! I would have gotten the i5-3570k if I didn't see this 3770k on sale for $100 less than what it was normally selling for. I have my BIOS auto overclocking the cpu based on how the temperatures are looking its really not going much higher than stock clock which even still is fast as all hell.

    I'll probably crank it up in about a month of so. I'm just glad everything worked first time I started it up and none of my parts were DOA lol
    Its always a relief when nothing goes up in smoke Click here to enlarge im in the process of reviving an older Pentium4 computer to use as a gaming server for my school lol
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    So i had a few parts from old systems so i have put together a little test bench. To my Surprise if Runs games pretty well
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    CPU:Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Wolfdale 3.0GHz not over clocked (yet)
    Memory: Corsair 4 gig XMS DDR2
    HDD: 640GB WD Black
    Video Card: GeForce XFX GTS 250 1GB GDDR3
    Mobo: GIGABYTE S-Series GA-EP35-DS3L
    Power Supply: RaidMax Modular 630 Watts

    Total cost today parts from ebay is around $300-$350

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    @Sticky if you can add these 2 lines in there:

    Power Supply: RaidMax Modular 630 Watts

    Total cost today parts from ebay is around $300-$350

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blkclk550 Click here to enlarge
    if you can add these 2 lines in there:
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    Installed a 240Gb SSD as my boot drive this weekend.
    What a total PITA to port your existing OS (Windows7) to a SSD setup.
    Took me half my weekend to find the right procedure that actually worked in my setup. Saw some BSOD's and had to refer to the W7 rescue disk a few times while trying stuff Click here to enlarge
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    Anyway, got it done, silent running now for bootdisk with separate Asus SATA3 controller.
    Went from 5.9 to 7.5 performance index, my CPU now being the limiting factor Click here to enlarge

    $#@!ing fast boot now and lightning fast apps start. Which was the whole point.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    Installed a 240Gb SSD as my boot drive this weekend.
    What a total PITA to port your existing OS (Windows7) to a SSD setup.
    Took me half my weekend to find the right procedure that actually worked in my setup. Saw some BSOD's and had to refer to the W7 rescue disk a few times while trying stuff Click here to enlarge
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    Anyway, got it done, silent running now for bootdisk with separate Asus SATA3 controller.
    Went from 5.9 to 7.5 performance index, my CPU now being the limiting factor Click here to enlarge

    $#@!ing fast boot now and lightning fast apps start. Which was the whole point.
    in a month it wont be as fast =D mine slowed down a lot where a black caviar HDD was loading 20 secs faster, so i had to uninstall some games bring the SDD to 50% full and do some tweaks now it loads just a tad bit faster than a black caviar but nothing huge.

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    i will be putting together another test bench will run the discontinued LGA 1156 chip from Intel gonna do some liquid nitrogen OC on it.

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    upgraded my CPU from FX8320 to FX8350

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    Another system in Process:

    CPU:
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    Case:
    Crafted Series Phantom 410 Mid Tower ATX Computer Case - Black
    Motherboard:
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    Hard Drive:
    Western Digital Scorpio Black 500GB SATA 3.0Gb/s
    Graphics:
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    Power:
    CORSAIR CX Series CX750 750W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC Power Supply

    Total cost: $800 micro center has dirt cheap CPU's anywhere else this would be a 1k+ system. Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blkclk550 Click here to enlarge
    Another system in Process:

    CPU:
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    RAM:
    Kingston HyperX blu 8GB DDR3-1600 PC3-12800) CL9 D
    Case:
    Crafted Series Phantom 410 Mid Tower ATX Computer Case - Black
    Motherboard:
    ASRock Z77 Pro4 LGA 1155 ATX Intel Motherboard
    Hard Drive:
    Western Digital Scorpio Black 500GB SATA 3.0Gb/s
    Graphics:
    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 650ti HD E
    Power:
    CORSAIR CX Series CX750 750W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC Power Supply

    Total cost: $800 micro center has dirt cheap CPU's anywhere else this would be a 1k+ system. Click here to enlarge
    Wow nice! What is this PC gonna be used for?
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