Too much on the Case, ECS is a joke and there is no need for a cheap aftermarket cooler when Intel stock is good. Also, you could step up the GPU, and the G3258 wont OC unless its on Z97/87. Something along this -
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Right now its in Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon, but I will probably just use Ubuntu once I get around to doing something with it, just because it is much easier to maintain and use.
The inside of my house is usually about 22C
It wont fit in teh Core 1000
Then home media it is :)
DO NOT get a diablotek PSU.
What is your budget? Do you need an OS or peripherals?
That is all good. Just upgrade the HDD to 1TB, but besides that you're gold.
"Max settings" my arse...
The 270 has 1 6-pin PCI-e connector. 430w is plenty enough for that build.
Six cores is not necessary for gaming. All will work great on that board,including the GPU, but switch the 6600K for a 750K. Its the same CPU, just with no integrated GPU which you dont need because of the R9-270. Also, look into a 1TB drive. Games are getting larger and larger, so more stage is the key.
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Did you mean Newegg and not Amazon?
Yeaaaaa buying from amazon would be better. Damn those prices are expensive... Give me a moment, redoing the list.
What is your budget in your local currency?
WD Blues and Seagate Barracuda's are the HDDS that most recommend. As for the GPU, all GTX 760's are good and the DCUii from ASUS is one of the best.
Well what country are you from?
You just posted this.... Anyway.... That would be enough for titanfall, but like I said in the other thread, this would give you better price:performance
I would take this if the price you said discludes the motherboard
This should fit her needs perfectly fine.
This build is sex. Wonderful +4805174651048365023407652034965
Dat cable management....
Dude im 14 also. +1
Awesome. +1. Can you link us to the original build?
Could be better. More pic. PPPIIIIICCCCSSS.
Dammit. Now I have to go clean myself. And my pants.
You just made my Floppy Drive a Hard Drive.
False. I used two 4GB Ripjaws Z's with one 8GB stick of Corsair Vengeance LP. The timings were different on the Corsairs and on the Ripjaws. I OC'd both to 1866.
They haven't done build logs of the week in a while
How exactly did you go about painting the PSU?
Congratulations on have the second lowest rated build on PCPP. I hope you're proud of yourself.
You think thats a lot? http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2ODBE
I cant fit anything behind my case either, but I still did a good job (last picture http://pcpartpicker.com/b/Kjc) Word of the wise; zip-ties are your best friend
PSU and RAM are overkill, but a nice all-round build. +1
Its not the best in terms of price/performance, but it will suffice just fine
Stronger single GPU's are always better than dual weaker GPU's
Same PSU, CPU and GPU Chip. +1
Well, that is 100% dependent on test environment, hardware, files and many other things. For all we know, their test could've had a 1MB file transferred to a RAID 0 array of SSD's in a PC with quad Xeon E7's.
This is awesome. Great build and great cable management. +1
"People" also say that you need an X79 i7 to max out games. The SSDNow is amazing. The dude got it for a steal, and its an SSD. Need I say more?
Its corsair, and it has a warranty (if I remember right). It is good quality.
You do realize that his system will never be under full load? The man plays MOBA's. That GPU will never be used fully, and on the rare occasion that it is, it will be fine.
No it is the max amount. Click on the watts. It gives you a calculator. That system will NEVER succeed 484 watts.
Nope. That amount of watts is under load. It will be OK. PSU's can sometimes put out about 50 more watts than what they are rated for, and I know for a fact that that one can. The PSU is fine. You will be fine. Nothing will blow up, and when idle you will only use about 200watts.