780 ti pay up the money 610 is garbage and everything else is garbage
780 ti pay up the money
they did it because they cant tell the difference between a fact and a lie and the true thing is 780 ti is good card
The 4670k is enough. Not much need to go any higher, unless you run a lot of CPU intensive programs.
Really? Why did you scrimp on the GPU? The 7750 is outdated, in the eyes of an enthusiast. For $139 a 750 ti would beat it by far.
$200 sound card? Is this a joke? Intergrated sound will do unless you're an audio wh_ore. If you didn't get a sound card you could have saved and gotten a 770 GPU.
Also, what happened to your CPU and case?
What do you think of this one then? http://www.microcenter.com/product/425477/CS_Series_CS750M_750_Watt_ATX_Modular_Power_Supply
I thought cooler master was good.
BTW those brands are mostly out of my price range. Interestingly enough, I heard that rosewill sucks at making PSUs as well. Is that true?
Changed my mind. I decided I would go for this one:
Still a small bit skeptical, but I think it's sufficient.
Thanks, I think I'll just pick up a 650w PSU at microcenter later.
pushing it? as in it would still work fine?
YOUR ESTIMATED WATTAGE IS 428watts. WHY DO YOU NEED SUCH AN EXPENSIVE PSU
You guys are absolutely awesome.
You would have rather had a 650 ti? Come on man, the 7970 kills the 650 ti in terms of performance.
Your CPU is bottlenecking your GPU, just saying.
Why not go dual-channel RAM? It's even slightly faster.
The ATI FirePro and FireGl series were never designed for gaming. The card you have is a workstation card.
The card doesn't even run directx11.
I don't understand the MB. You don't really need a $100 motherboard when you're running a Pentium.
Also, if you wanted to crossfire, I feel you shouls have bought a CF compatible motherboard from the start.
Just throwing out my personal opinion, you guys can disagree if you want.
Great build, for a cheap one. Just want to say LOL for the AMD cpu and the Intel ssd.
My monitor is 1600x900. I'm considering making the leap to 1080p. Is it even really worth it?
Thanks. I'll wait for more suggestions to roll in.
Nope. Its true
Dammm nice gpu
How's the case? Is it easy to work with?
wow. that was an excellent deal for gpu. how come i keep missing out on all the deals!!!???
guys, this build is actually a troll. the pc has an i5/i7 sticker on the case.
oh. i'll need a LOT of ram for my future build because I multitask on my pc, and 3gb of ram is by far not enough on my current setup.
how's the 750? i'm considering it for my next build.
what's wrong with using a lower end keyboard. it doesn't make much difference for gaming, other than some good eye candy. you could use a 1997 windows 95 keyboard on a $2000 build and it still wouldn't make a difference.
this is obviously a very well sought after build, but i think a $1600 build should at least have 16gb ram, but it's just my opinion.
still an awesome pc. +1
The PSU needs to go. Period. No exceptions.
But still, this is unbeatable at the price.
really solid, inexpensive build.
GPU is on the low end spectrum, but Minecraft works well with almost anything, even intergrated graphics. This is a decent PC at the price point.
This is amazing, how you can get everything for so cheap.
Epic build. For $1600, you managed to put together an epic high performance build.
I gagged when I saw this. Clearly you put zero research into your build.
7770 in a $3000 build? Your GPU choice is a little odd, but everything else looks solid.
I took a look at it. Full ATX case, plenty of room to work with. I think I'll be fine going with a mid tower though.
Uncommon for first time builds.
I liked how neat the inside of the PC was.
+1 for the lack of dangling wires in the computer.
amazing what 215 can get you. epic pc dude
This is truly the absolute worst build I have ever seen in my life. I'll explain to you what you did wrong.
CPU: A Celeron does not belong in an $800 build. For this price range, you should be sporting an i5 or a 6-core AMD.
CPU Fan: No need for it. A stock cooler will work fine with it, especially because Celerons were weak to begin with and there is no OCing.
Motherboard: You got ripped off at $110. With RAM no faster than DDR3-1600 and max RAM at 32GB with 4 slots, WITH crossfire support, you could get a mobo at $80.
RAM: Nothing wrong, carry on.
Hard Drives: 3TB one is good. The 500GB was an awful deal, at 5400rpm and $78. You could get a 1TB 7200rpm one at $60. The SSD is completely unnecessary, although I will say it's a good deal, for an SSD.
Case: Case looks hideous. I don't see why you would even buy it. And it's really expensive too. Ugh.....
PSU: Considering it's Corsair, it's fine.
DVD Drive: Good
Network adapter: Why? Intergrated wireless is fine.
Case fan: Meh. If you wanted one for the actual purpose of cooling the system, you could buy one a lot cheaper.
Speakers: Decent. No problems.
Overall, this is a poorly sought-after build. You could have done so much better.
+1 just for mentioning witcher 2.
Epic well-sought-after build, especially with the 780.
Some kid in my school built a $1500 PC with a 760. What a rip, I know.
I'm just saying, if you just chose Windows 7 Home Premium, you could use your savings to get a 7770 GPU. Just saying.
This is an awesome idea. I'm thinking of building a drawer PC too. By far the most creative build I've seen here so far.
Damn, this is great for the price.
Excellent job. +1
better than an alienware by far for the price
320Gb at 70 bucks? damn.
Floppy disc drive. Nice addition.
Not too bad, could have been better though
this was an awesome idea. maybe i should gut my old hp m8120 and rebuild it.