Hey guys, I've been shopping around for a new PC for a long time now (I had another post like 2 months ago, but I've been so busy with school I stopped searching for a bit), and I think I might be making the purchase on Monday. This is what I have selected right now, from Avadirect:
# INTEL, Core™ 2 Duo E6750 Dual-Core, 2.66GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 4MB L2 Cache, 65nm, 65W, EM64T EIST XD, Retail
# ZALMAN, CNPS9700 Copper CPU Cooler, Socket LGA775/AMD754/939/940/AM2, Blue LED
# ARCTIC SILVER, Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound, Polysynthetic Silver
# SERVICE, Overclocking, Dual-Core CPU, 20-30% Performance Increase
# eVGA, nForce 680i SLI 775 T1, LGA775, nForce 680i SLI, 1333MHz FSB, DDR2-1200 8GB /4, PCIe x16 SLI /2, SATA 3Gb/s RAID 0+1 /6, HDA, GbLAN /2, FW, ATX, Retail
# CORSAIR, 2GB (2 x 1GB) XMS2 Dominator PC2-8500 DDR2 1066MHz CL5 (5-5-5-15) SDRAM 240-pin DIMM, Non-ECC, Heatsink
# eVGA, e-GeForce 8800 GTS Superclocked 576MHz, 320MB DDR3 1700MHz, PCIe x16 SLI, 2x DVI, HDTV/S-Video Out, Retail
# SAMSUNG, 300GB SpinPoint T133, SATA II 300MB/s, 7200-RPM, 8MB Cache, OEM
# RAID, No RAID, Independent HDD Drives
# MITSUMI, Black Internal 1.44MB 3.5" Floppy Drive
# LITE-ON, LH-16D1P-187 Black 16x48x DVD-ROM Drive, IDE, Retail
# SAMSUNG, Super-WriteMaster™ SH-S183L Black 18x DVD±R/RW Dual-Layer Burner w/ LightScribe, SATA, OEM
# ANTEC, Nine Hundred Black Mid-Tower Case, ATX, No PSU
# CUSTOM WIRING, Standard Wiring with Round Cables (Choose upgrade)
# THERMALTAKE, Toughpower 700W Power Supply w/ Modularized Cable Management, 24-pin ATX12V EPS12V, Quad +12V, SLI Ready
# MICROSOFT, Windows XP Home Edition w/ SP2b, OEM
# GAMING PC, Silver Warranty Package (3 Year Limited Parts, 3 Year Labor Warranty)
# SERVICE, Standard Shipping (UPS, DHL, or Fedex)
This comes to $1891.71, $1941.72 with shipping.
What do you guys think?
Well, it looks great to me! But I'm not one who should be giving out advice.
But maybe a bit more info will get you a quicker response, though it's saturday so things may be slow around here.
I assume this is a gaming rig? What kind of monitor are you going to use? I read somewhere that for the really high resolution textures you may want your GPU to have more memory. But that's assuming this is a gaming rig, you want to play in really high resolutions and my memory is correct. So don't take my word for it .
In any case I'm jealous, it looks really nice.
Thanks for the response, yea you are probably right, some more information would help lol. I plan on using it for gaming, and the monitor I'm using is pretty old, its a Samsung Syncmaster 171v.
right the system looks good with a few adjustments it will be great
like ConBas said a 8800 would be better so a 8800gtx/ultra with finish it off nicely or if your budget can't stretch that much make sure you get a 640Mb 8800gts to make sure games will run smooth.. a 320Mb is good but the more the merrier
about your choice of OS, windows XP i would advise you go with vista home premium 64bit or... if you still like XP dual boot XP and Vista.
also im very happy with the warranty 3 years
also a few other things i would like to ask...
what keyboard, mouse and speakers you using for your GAMING rig theres no point in spending $2000 on a PC and you cant interact with it properly.
Last edited by George Hallam; 09-16-2007 at 01:40 PM. Reason: other thoughts
CPU: Q9450 @ 3.6Ghz(OC'd)1800Mhz FSB
Mobo: EVGA 780i
GPU: HD 5870 (I have two but only got one in at the moment)
PSU: 1000w Corsair
Ram: 4GB Corsair dominator DDR2 1066Mhz
Soundcard: Asus Xonar D2
Monitor: Samsumg 226BW 22" and secondary 17" LCD
Speakers: logitech Z5400
Case: Silverstone Tj07
Loop 1: Mobo NB & Mofset with Zalman resorator
Loop 2: CPU (Ek supreme) with MCP 355 XSPC acrylic top 360 & 240 mm rad
haha well i was just planning on using the generic microsoft keyboard and mouse combo that came with my old Alienware computer, and taking the speakers from that same computer set up (My monitor, mouse, speakers, and keyboard are all from my 4 year old alienware)
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