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i want to buy a new pc.. please describe me a good computer ( processor, ram, storage.........thanks!
Quote from: ammarbenali on 02. February 2012., 14:02:44i want to buy a new pc.. please describe me a good computer ( processor, ram, storage.........thanks!That depends on what do you want to do with it, and how much do you plan to expend.If you just want to make an OMG MOSNTER PC you should think in:Intel Core i7 ExtremeMotherboard that can support such a powerful processor2x nvidia GTX590at least 16GB DDR3-1600 for RAM4x WD Velociraptor (try to buy them all from same capacity, as much as you can find), you put them in RAID.1x BD burnerFor the case, you'll want something like a HAF-X or a tt V9.For the PSU... a Corsair 80+ 800+W, so it has the power to support that monster.You'll want to add water cooling too.And that's all I can think of now :p
I have almost the same configuration as above described.. Maybe it's litle bit different...but almost identical... -F
Well, if you want configurations, my system is:Intel Core 2 Duo E7600 (3.06 Ghz)Asus P5QL-EMECS GeForce 9800GT Green1x 320 Gb Seagate Barracuda SATA II (I got Windows installed here, and I'm regetting having bought this one...)1x 500 Gb WD Black Caviar SATA II1x Floppy :p1x LG DVD-RW IDE4x 1Gb Kingston DDR2-667 modulesPSU: Frontier 750W ModularCase: Thermaltake V9 Black EditionI dunno if you need other details :p
Its my gaming and coding rig :pIf Seagate haven't turned so bad after buying maxtor, this would fly... (but I'm too lazy to reinstall windows on the Black Caviar :p)(And here in Chile the HDDs have their prices still in the clouds, so buying a new BC is just not an option :/)
...As for the prices:I found a 1TB caviar Black Sata III at ~100.000 CLP, thats about 200 USDAnd a 7200.12 Seagate Barracuda 500Gb at ~69.000 CLP, about 138 USDSo here its almost time for changing PCs, just the harddisks would have to wait...
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