Thanks for this reply
I'll look into that GPU.
I chose that Case because I want a case that I'll be happy with. I'm looking to upgrade this system in the future. All the other components are easy to upgrade, but the case... I basically want a pc that I'll be satisfied with over the course of years.
I was thinking about another PSU, because the one I have atm doesn't look very promising, so I'll try.
Thanks for the feedback
I'd change the Mobo if I was you.
Ah, now I understand.
Thanks once again for the help!
I'm guessing the way to set a triple monitor display on 1 gpu is by connecting each monitor to the ports in the gpu?
Sorry if I'm wasting your time :/
Love this build. May I ask the quantity of Corsair cables you needed to buy? Because when I looked on their site, there was ones that were 30 dollars, 20 dollars and 70 dollars. Don't know which ones would be enough to be for the whole build
I just wanna know if it will be able to support 3 monitors. 1 780. I'm not familiar with how many ports it has:P
Haha, I don't plan on getting a build that can handle a triple monitor display for a while (years). But if I ever do get it, I'll probably use it for multitasking on different displays or just making them all on one tab, just a bigger display.
You bought these? http://www.corsair.com/us/power-supply-units/psu-accessories-1/professional-individually-sleeved-dc-cable-kit-type-3-generation-2-blue.html
If you have any time, could you link me to them? Thanks!
Yea, I do. But I dont exactly believe I can get this since my budget is just a bit lower. Probably $100 lower.
Awesome build. Did you use corsair cables? If so, how much did you purchase to have enough for the whole build?
Thanks. The hardest part is getting it to be a budget build :/
They do, from what I hear.
Is this a gaming build. If so, why a 560?
I would get an AMD card instead of the 660.
Yes, I'd like to know the answer to this question also
May I ask how that case is? I'm debating on whether a Corsair case or a Phantom case. Do you think Corsair cases, yours for example , beat NZXT Phantom Cases. Response would be appreciated. Thanks
Can we see some pictures from the inside ?
Are you going to leave that pc on the carpet?
Oh nice build btw
May I ask how that PSU is?
I think this is perfect. I put the EVO in because it performs just as the same or even better then the old fan you had and is a lot cheaper. I put a better PSU just in case you wanna upgrade GPUs in the future.
Cut down on the un-needed ram. 8 GB is all that is needed for gaming. With that money, get a better GPU.
I think this is the final build. Opinions wanted please. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/10uLx
I would just change the CPU to either a FX-6300 or a FX 6350 instead.
How's that case. I'm familiar with the Phantom series but not the 410.
How's the 660 working for you?
I like this list, but one question. Do you plan on getting a second GPU?
Cut down on the RAM and get a better GPU. If you don't plan on upgrading to another GPU, you don't need that PSU. So that means get a lower watt PSU if you don't plan on getting a 2nd GPU. And you definitely don't need 16 GB of RAM for gaming.
Case is kind of expensive but its for 1 main reason. Its very difficult to upgrade a case. And I don't plan on upgrading pcs if I do build this one.
The Power Supply however, is for upgrading reasons of the GPU. Might Crossfire it in the future with another 7870.
Everything else is pretty basic. Vengeance because I like that series very much. And to match the color scheme of the case in the future.
Ohhh. I was wondering how that was possible. Sorry about that, didn't really read it that deeply. Amazing build in that case.
Yea that's what I was thinking, thanks for the help. Will be sure to save your parts list cause it might really be the one I'm buying. Thanks again
You said you got the Sabertooth for 270 on craigslist? In that situation, then you got ripped off...
Alright, do you think I'm not going to need more then 500 w? I may be overclocking and upgrading GPU's in the future...
I agree with everything that you put in that list, only two things that I'm not exactly sure about are AS Rock and XFX. Never tried those brands before so I don't know if they're reliable. Are they?
Alright. Thanks for the response
Ah I understand.
I don't know if you're kidding or not...
An Intel Celeron?
You can definitely get a 100 % better build for 5000 dollars.
Ah thanks, Will look into it.
Yea if I ever do try to do it, its going to only be for how it looks, haha
Rotten Luck! You had a budget of 2500, the Titan would've just made it in. The 680's also a good GPU anyway. Awesome build
Awesome build. May I ask how that Kingston HyperX SSD is working for you? Trying to find a good SSD. Thanks