Topic Title: crossfire plus mobo ,cpu and power build
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 12/19/2013 01:56 AM
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TheGrimereaper666
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hey, i know i have made a few topics in here ,but this is my final one, well for now and for this build, but yeah - the link should work

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2mEsu

 

would say this a great build for a extrame gamer ?

maybe abother cpu ,but yeah i am standing on to get a extra xfx card,new cpu ,mobo and power supplye, so that would be the main topic here -

any suggestions, or something, then i be glad to hear

 

and if you want to compare it to my currently build

this is it  http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2mF9W

 

p.s just a little thing,the keyboard on the list, is the black colored one , with red backlight

 

pp.s i live in denmark, "just saying



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 12/19/2013 02:18 AM
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This link doesn't work, an empty page waiting to be filled.



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 12/19/2013 02:18 AM
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...link just shows the partpicker utility...what did you "pick"??



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 12/19/2013 02:33 AM
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i think i got it wrong somehow, but yeah anyways, should damn well work now

 12/19/2013 02:46 AM
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Since you already are willing to spend $2500 on it, you may as well also put in a 256GB SSD for operating system , 1300W psu seems overkill, a high quality 850w one would do or a 1000w one to give breathing space.. and why not 1600-1866mhz ram?, 1333 is the low end of ddr3.



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 12/19/2013 02:52 AM
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Originally posted by: zipsi Since you already are willing to spend $2500 on it, you may as well also put in a 256GB SSD for operating system , 1300W psu seems overkill, a high quality 850w one would do or a 1000w one to give breathing space.. and why not 1600-1866mhz ram?, 1333 is the low end of ddr3.

 

okay, well compare to my currently build now , then you say i woulden need to upgrade my power supply , for the new mobo,cpu and a extra card ?

in other words, 1000w is enough ?-. i just thought, when one card needed 650 to run then 2, `1200  .., but i guss i was wrong ?

and of curse, ssd comes later , first i want mobo ,cpu and extra card up running first

 

and yeah maybe i should get some new ram to

 

p.s, price on the stuff - well so far i can get here in denmark

Asus Sabertooth X79 ATX LGA2011 Motherboard -- 2.181 kr = 244,99 GBP

extra card - XFX Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition 3GB Video Card - 2.307 kr = 259,15 GBP

cpu Intel Core i7-3820 3.6GHz Quad-Core Processor  1977 kr 222,08 GBP

 12/19/2013 03:00 AM
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That 650 figure comes from the power consumption of the whole system+then some, the card itself consumes like 300w under 100% load. You may also want to consider a single R9 290x instead (if it costs less than 2x 7970), because this forum is full of crossfire related issues, there are some games that won't use more than one gpu no matter what you do



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Originally posted by: zipsi That 650 figure comes from the power consumption of the whole system+then some, the card itself consumes like 300w under 100% load. You may also want to consider a single R9 290x instead (if it costs less than 2x 7970), because this forum is full of crossfire related issues, there are some games that won't use more than one gpu no matter what you do

 

okay,well thats a relife then - well okay. lets say then the R9 290x - a bit pricey i would say, but you have a point ther,with the crossfire thing.

http://www.edbpriser.dk/Search/General.aspx?q=r9%20290 i know it stands in danish,but would you look ? - i think 2 first  ,mostly Sapphire RADEON R9 290   is more okay price, so ?

with this,http://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=1859&gid2=975&compare=radeon-r9-290-vs-radeon-hd-7970-ghz-edition . not bad i would say

or other cards thats better then XFX Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition 3GB for under 336,99 GBP

 12/19/2013 04:48 AM
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hey mate,

if you are living in the UK do not buy anything from scan.co.uk.

im already in bad temper as they have a horrible after sales service.

forget about partpicker.

go to dabs.com and pick whatever they have there, im sure you can find everything cheaper there.

just take my advice and do not shop at scaM.co.uk.



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 12/19/2013 06:08 AM
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Originally posted by: deathcrush87 hey mate,

 

if you are living in the UK do not buy anything from scan.co.uk.

 

im already in bad temper as they have a horrible after sales service.

 

forget about partpicker.

 

go to dabs.com and pick whatever they have there, im sure you can find everything cheaper there.

 

just take my advice and do not shop at scaM.co.uk.

 

 

yeah okay, thanks. but the only reason i used  partpicker  , was that it was easy to see what there was, make a list over parts you need, and that kind stuff-make it easyer to see what you needed, building -  i never inteded to buy from it . so

i will check the link out " dabs

 12/19/2013 07:04 AM
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smart move.

 



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 12/19/2013 11:06 PM
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Don't believe any hype that you need faster ddr 3 than 1333Hz!  Benefit in gaming is nil.



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