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    Wink Need help finalizing components for a build

    After months of procrastination, I'm almost ready to start assembling my first computer build. However, I still have a few parts to choose and would like some feedback from a more knowledgable source. This PC will be primarily used for gaming, programming, and maybe a little video editing. My budget is roughly $1,000 to $1,500.


    Here are my components so far:
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge Quad Core 3.4GHz
    • Motherboard: MSI Z77A-GD65
    • Graphics Card: GIGABYTE AMD Radeon HD 7870
    • RAM: CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB(2x4G DDR3
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    • Wi-fi Adapter: TP-LINK TL-WN822N (USB, however, I'll probably connect directly to the router via an Ethernet cable)
    As far as I know, all I need now is a PSU and some fans. The case I'm planning on using is from an older machine, but I'm sticking with it because it's big and durable (although, argueably a bit ugly). The case's form factor is ATX, and measures 19" x 8" x 17". Regarding fans, it appears to have two in it already. I can supply pictures of the case if needed. I plan on using the SDD as a boot drive for the operating system, some games, and some other programs. Then, the HDD will be used for storage of everything else. I already have a mouse, keyboard and monitor.


    Here are my questions:
    1. Is this a good build, or are their some adjustments I should make?
    2. What PSU should I get?
    3. What kind of fans should I get and how many?
    4. Is there anything else I'm forgetting / advice you can give me?
    One last thing to note. I will plan on doing a little overclocking in the future, so that'd probably effect what kind of PSU I'll need. I hope I've given enough information. Otherwise, I can post whatever you want to know. Ideally, all the parts will be ordered by next monday or tuesday (16th or 17th) so that I can assemble the rig over Christmas break (week after next week), and if I'm lucky, get a day or two of gaming in. Your responses are much appreciated!

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    I wohld suggest an 800w PSU. you could go down to 500 without any real issues, but you wouldn't have much room for expansion. also you will want a good aftermarket CPU cooler. either a high end air cooler or an AIO sealed water cooler like corsair's h series. for fans I suggest cougar, enermax, and nzxt. just personal preferences really. you will most likely be looking for 120mm fans.

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    Also, I suggest you change the 7870 to a r9 280x or 270x. better performance, newer cards.

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    ASUS has som nice priced R9 -270 card's at the egg for around $179.99

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    Default Re: Need help finalizing components for a build

    I also suggest you change the 7870 to one of R9 mid range series (280x/270x), and psu between 600-800W (with 800W wil have headroom for future upgrades), also can suggest the Swiftexh Helix 120mm series fans (almost exact copy of Gentle Typhoon but with lower price), and if you plan to do OC you should consider AIO WC (Corsair, CM, Antec...)

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    There is nothing for me to say. You guys already have it covered! The GPU was the first thing I was going to say change.

    If you are on a tight budget you can go with Swiftech fans or the first silent series Bitfenix 120mm fans. Both are solid options for a tight wallet.

    Don't waste your time with a cheap 500w psu. 800w min to leave yourself some room for growth.

    After market cooling is a must if you plan on any amount of OC with Haswell. Shot me a PM and I can send you in the right direction for a PSU and Cooling solution.
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    Thanks for the responses! I think I'll change my graphics card to a Radeon R9 270X or 280X, depending on how my budget looks when I'm ready to order.

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    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Good.

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    I would like a pic of the case you're gonna use if ya don't mind :-). If you have the name of it then so much the better since that'll help with some fan selections as well as more definitive advice on cooling solutions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    I would like a pic of the case you're gonna use if ya don't mind :-). If you have the name of it then so much the better since that'll help with some fan selections as well as more definitive advice on cooling solutions.
    I posted some picture of my case awhile back on a previous post here: Need help with motherboard selection for PC build.


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    So I've taken your guy's advice on going with an AMD Radeon R9 270X or 280X GPU. I'm currently split between the ASUS AMD Radeon R9 280X and the MSI AMD Radeon R9 280X. The ASUS seems to be more recommended over the MSI for performance, warranty, etc. However, the ASUS cost almost $100 more than the MSI. Is the ASUS AMD Radeon R9 280X really worth the extra cost?

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    Well right now is honestly a hella bad time to buy an AMD graphics card based on the price inflation they are enduring (speculation is that it has all to do with "coin" miners). For that particular purchase I would either hold off or go for the nVidia equivalent, the GTX 770. In that case I would go with either the Gigabyte version or the Asus version, the coolers are some of the best around and both examples tend to overclock pretty well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    Well right now is honestly a hella bad time to buy an AMD graphics card based on the price inflation they are enduring (speculation is that it has all to do with "coin" miners). For that particular purchase I would either hold off or go for the nVidia equivalent, the GTX 770. In that case I would go with either the Gigabyte version or the Asus version, the coolers are some of the best around and both examples tend to overclock pretty well.
    I decided to take your advice and compare prices, and sure enough, the GeForce GTX 770 cards do appear to have a better price to performance ratio. The GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 770 2GB GDDR3 looks like it'd work fine, and for a notably lower price than the ASUS AMD Radeon R9 280X. If you guys think that's a good choice, then I just need to figure out my PSU and cooling solution.

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    For my PSU, I think I'll go with the SEASONIC X Series SS-750KM3 750w. It seems to be good quality and highly recommended. My second choice would be the CORSAIR HX Series HX750 750w, but the SEASONIC X-750 is consistently seen as superior based on what I've read. If that's a good choice, I just need to pick out some fans and I'll order everything either tomorrow or on Wednesday.

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    Hey Blobfish where do you live? The reason I ask is because I may be able to help you out with parts. I dont know if you are dead set on buying everything new but I have a few extra things I would be willing to sell at a reasonable price if you are in the usa.
    First of all that case, How many fan mounts does it have? I have a Corsair C70 Military Green case with a clear side window mod. It was used less than six months and is in excellent condition and complete. I upgraded to a Corsair 750d, not sure if that was much of an UPgrade but it is bigger. I also have about 10 or 15 extra high quality fans laying around, They are fairly new and even have the boxes. They are Corsair x2,Xigmatech x3, cooler master x2, etc. Oh and I have a brand new pair of swiftech HELIX PWM fans That someone else here suggested. Also I have a Corsair ax860i PSU I have been
    contemplating selling for a month or two so I can get a 1200 or 1300 watt PSU. It is less than a year old. I agree with the suggestion about the gtx 770, I had a classified and they are great GPU's. Get evga if you can they have excellent customer service and are the best IMO. If you would like pics of anything let me know.
    Anyway good luck on the build and PM me if interested in anything I mentioned or feel free to ask questions I will help in any way I can. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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