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    Default entry level rig

    intel core i5 3550
    gigabyte z77 d3h
    kingston hyper x t1 4g x 2
    1tb wdc caviar blue
    bitfennix shinobi
    nzxt hale82 650w
    hd 7850

    i have this build in mind, any suggestions?

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    checked my post and missed the upper part, forgot to give out my greetings so let me repost

    Hi Guys!!

    I do hope you could help me with this looking for an IB rig, for gaming most of the time and some multitasking. heres what i have in mind,
    intel core i5 3550
    gigabyte z77 d3h
    kingston hyper x t1 4g x 2
    1tb wdc caviar blue
    bitfennix shinobi
    seasonic m12II 520w
    hd 7850

    hope you can help me with this one!! thx

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    Welcome:

    Go with the i5 3550K. It's only a little more will allow for better overclocks. A lot of us started off saying we didn't want to overclock, but soon changed our minds. Buy hardware that will grow with you in this hobby.
    I would also go with at least a 650 watt PSU to future proof the system and provide some headroom for overclocking. 750W would be even better if you can afford it. Your choice of brand is spot on. Seasonic PSU's are great!
    Also consider getting the Crucial Adrenaline SSC: Newegg.com - Crucial Adrenaline CT050M4SSC2BDA 50GB Solid State Cache for Windows 7-based PCs. Not a huge investment, they are easier to use than an SSD, and will really speed up your system.

    As for GPU, the 7850 is a very nice budget card, but you may want to hold off a little until the GTX660 drops. It's likely to be an awesome card for about the same cash as a 7850.
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    thx for the reply, well i can get an antec tp 750 here, and about the 3550k, well what we have in stores here is the 3570k, yup still waiting for the gtx 6 series cards, but i do think they do consume more power compared to amds 7 series cards

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    Where is here? You haven't filled out the info and system specs below your avatar.

    Check the reviews of the gtx 670 and 680s on this site and I think you'll find they are more power efficient than their AMD counterparts. I could be wrong about that but don't think so.
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    I would look at AMD's Llano A8-3750K. The processor is cheaper and so are the A75 motherboards. All you have to do is add a Radeon 6670 and it wioll run crossfire with the on die 6550D GPU. It will be much cheaper.

    If your going entry level, the 7850 is too much card IMO.

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    That's a good point, Jim. The build list he posted is more mid range than entry level.

    What is your budget, Sleepy?
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    sorry about that, im just new here. i called it entry level in the sense that im planning to do upgrades in the future. also i would really love to go for an intel set up this time, im from the Philippines by the way. about the cards, haent read any reviews, will be doing so now, thx for the reply guys, ive been to some forums and i believe its better here

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    Llano or your i3 would be a good choice but the i3 you chose will most likely be a bit better.

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    i believe it would be around 1000$ - 1200$ for the budget, prices here with regards to an i3 and i5 are not much thats why im choosing an i5, ill be doing some cad and some photo and video editting here as well, so i believe, id really go for an i5, ive read reviews for the 670 and 680 indeed they are better, but checking the price, well thats the problem, they are way expensive, currently right now the price here of an hd7850 is equal to gtx560ti, so im sticking with the hd7850 i believe

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    WELCOME TO PURE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
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    For $1200 get a i7 3770K in the rig. If your doing cad or photo editing a i3 will not cut it. The 3770KK is not much more than a and it has hyperthreading that does much better in those apps. The 3550 has a locked multiplier.... If the 3770K is too much get the 2600K, It is still better than the 3550.

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    Yep, get an unlocked chip for sure.
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    Welcome to Pure OC

    A 2500K, Z68 board and a GTX670 would be a good start. The Biostar Z77 is not an expensive board, but it looks good and it's a great ovcerclocking board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Welcome to Pure OC

    A 2500K, Z68 board and a GTX670 would be a good start. The Biostar Z77 is not an expensive board, but it looks good and it's a great ovcerclocking board.
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