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Old September 14, 2012, 10:23 PM
syaoran7li syaoran7li is offline
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On the monitor.. It will support 3d if you buy a glasses kit etc BUT as GTR7 said, it's more for smoother game-play in fps games..
Personally I would go for a 24"IPS as it's more useful more of the time (better colour reproduction, better resolution etc etc)
Ohhh... Well i dont like 3D tat much but if the monitor has that feature then even if i change my mind i could buy those glasses and watch 3D movies and games.... But as for now IPS is enough for me... isnt there anything which has both IPS and 3D hehe.. ^_^.... So which monitor would u suggest???

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z77 sabertooth or P8Z77 V Pro.. Both Asus. matched to a 3770k (as your encoding and stuff)..
If you think you'll be doing much more encoding, rendering etc in the future and may upgrade to a hex core then the 2011(x79) boards and sb-e chips are worth a look.. If not stick to the 3770k
Well ya thats what i wanted like having an upgrade option is better than not having a option upgrade at all... so in LGA 2011 which board and processor would u suggest???...

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16GB Gskill 1600 ram.. you will not notice any real world performance difference in speeds above this... don't spend silly money and Gskill is used by more people here than the vengence.. read from that what you wish.
Ohhhh ok... changed my mind..... will go for G Skill.....

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Seasonic make PSU's for other companies such as XFX, Corsair and antec... if you find out which you can save on the seasonic branded stuff.
This part i did not understand can u explain a bit...???

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Seagate barricuda 7200.14 2 TB, just built a machine for my brother with one of these and they are hella quick for the money.. but short warranty.. WD is still a good choice. I would buy 2 and have them mirror in case 1 failed..
Big budget means you have no reason not to have a back-up HDD
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ohhhh ok... will think of buying another one too....


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CPU cooler, either a noctua ND H14(or something like that) or a corsair H100..
on Noctua this model Noctua NH-D14 SE2011 is it the same as ND H14???.... Corsair H100 Has a huge radiator does that make any difference???

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SSD I would definately go 256GB.. with your budget there is no reason not to and it allows you to have more programs and games on the ssd and to get the benifit.. You don't want to run apps off a wd green..
ohh ok... willl think of it too....

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GPU, the MSI PE 670 is as fast as a stock 680.. for $100 less.. If you find it's lacking power then you will see little difference to a 680 especially at your (new) resolution.. Go 670 or sli 670's IMO..
Well where i checked the price difference is almost the same... so i will stick with 680.... ^_^

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What headset(headphones) are you getting?
I'm no guru on sound but I do know that mid range stuff will see a bit of an increase in quality from a card.. I got a D1 recently and it's improved my sound.. but now the speakers are the limiting factor.
Unless your looking for audiophile levels of quality I would back down the range a bit to a DX / D1 rather than the ST. They produce great quality sound for most people at a fraction of the cost..
Well Sennheiser HD 700.... not right away but will buy it.. so having this sound card will be good tats wat i thought cuz it has Built-in headphone amp....


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Currently Selected Products for my Pc Build..

Motherboard:
Graphics Card: Asus Geforce GTX680 2GB
Processor:
Sound Card: ASUS Xonar Essence ST
Sound System:
Monitor: BenQ XL2420T
Keyboard: Razer BlackWidow Mechanical Keyboard(Dragon Age II Edition)
Mouse:
Case/Cabinet: Cooler Master Cosmos II
CPU Cooler:
Case Cooler:
RAM: G.Skill RipjawsX 16 GB RAM (F3-12800CL10D-16GBXL)
Power Supply:
HDD: Western Digital Caviar Green 2TB
SSD: OCZ Vertex 4 128GB SSD

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