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    Thumbs up 1800$ Build what u think about it and What can i Do Better

    1800$ Build what u think about it and What can i Do Better


    Mainboard : Msi 990FXA Gameing $150
    Cpu : Amd FX9590 4.7-5.0 Ghz stock $240
    Graphic card : 2x Crossfire R9 390 8GB MSI $660
    HDD : Seagate 7200Rpm 1TB $49
    SSD : Samsung 850 Evo 250GB $87.99
    Power Supply : Corsair Rm Series 1000W $145
    DDR3 Ramm: Kingston Hyper X 16GB 4parts 2133Mhz $112
    Fan Controller : NZXT 6 Channel 30w per Channel $30
    Thermaltake CPU Water Cooler 360mm=3x 120mm Fans $117
    Thermaltake RGB Fans x2 $30
    Big Tower : Corsair Graphite 780T $178


    Total 1800$

    I will Optimize my Air Flow

    3x120mm Front Intake in through the Water Radiator of my Cpu
    2x120mm Buttom Intake
    1x140mm Exhoust on the Back
    2x140mm Exhoust on top of the Case


    Pls tell me what u guys Think About this match up or tell me what i can do better For more Power with the same budget

    Greetings
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    If you put that much fans to it, you have to clean it often. Use larger fans and less fans. I use just one 200 mm intake fan and 120 mm and 200 mm fans for throwing air out

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    i would recommend you get DDR4 ram for future proofing and general performance increase

     


     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by meap01 View Post
    i would recommend you get DDR4 ram for future proofing and general performance increase
    Look at the Price of mine DDR3
    DDR4 is very expensive and i have to change my mainboard DDr4 supportet also Much Expensiv and Cpu is also not Supporting very fast Mhz
    so its hard to invest 1800$ for me i cant go for more ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by anansuka View Post
    If you put that much fans to it, you have to clean it often. Use larger fans and less fans. I use just one 200 mm intake fan and 120 mm and 200 mm fans for throwing air out
    The Case is dustproof and i muste use 3x120mm intake for the front becouse the radiator Supports that.
    at the top i cant go bigger than 140mm thas why i use 2x 140mm.
    bottom and back also.

    I will use so much Fans couse i want to Overclock Like a Freak ^^

    Actually there is no way to go Water cooled with the Crossfired R9 390 i rly want them to Water Cooling

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS1N4N View Post
    1800$ Build what u think about it and What can i Do Better


    Mainboard : Msi 990FXA Gameing $150
    Cpu : Amd FX9590 4.7-5.0 Ghz stock $240
    Graphic card : 2x Crossfire R9 390 8GB MSI $660
    HDD : Seagate 7200Rpm 1TB $49
    SSD : Samsung 850 Evo 250GB $87.99
    Power Supply : Corsair Rm Series 1000W $145
    DDR3 Ramm: Kingston Hyper X 16GB 4parts 2133Mhz $112
    Fan Controller : NZXT 6 Channel 30w per Channel $30
    Thermaltake CPU Water Cooler 360mm=3x 120mm Fans $117
    Thermaltake RGB Fans x2 $30
    Big Tower : Corsair Graphite 780T $178


    Total 1800$

    I will Optimize my Air Flow

    3x120mm Front Intake in through the Water Radiator of my Cpu
    2x120mm Buttom Intake
    1x140mm Exhoust on the Back
    2x140mm Exhoust on top of the Case


    Pls tell me what u guys Think About this match up or tell me what i can do better For more Power with the same budget

    Greetings
    drop the 9590 :/ I was thinking about getting one but the suck ballsacks, get a 8350 or 8370, far more worth, they run soooooo much cooler, I had my old 8350 oc'd to 5.1ghz stable ez. Just my opinion but ya, that 9590 will generate ALOT of heat, and consume so much power, its just not worth it
    Last edited by Fatal; 01-22-2016 at 10:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiId View Post
    drop the 9590 :/ I was thinking about getting one but the suck ballsacks, get a 8350 or 8370, far more worth, they run soooooo much cooler, I had my old 8350 oc'd to 5.1ghz stable ez. Just my opinion but ya, that 9590 will generate ALOT of heat, and consume so much power, its just not worth it

    Yeah But You see that Watercooling Radiator ? witch is 3cm depth and over 360mm long with 3x 120mm Fans
    I dont Know but i Think the 9590 Has to run Cool if not i Bang His ass

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    I thought that too, but why waste 100$ and a bunch of power consumption for like not even noticeable performance D; idk just giving my opinion, I loved amd and am still using my 8350 until I finish my skylake rig.. Idk feel like that cpu is garbo

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    1800$ AMD Proccessor FailFish

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    NZXT liquid cooler for cpu

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS1N4N View Post
    Yeah But You see that Watercooling Radiator ? witch is 3cm depth and over 360mm long with 3x 120mm Fans
    I dont Know but i Think the 9590 Has to run Cool if not i Bang His ass
    And if you do go for the amd get the corsaie 110 or 110 gtx they outperform that cooler by sooo much, or a nzxt kraken x61

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    I can imagine your pain if you were do maintenance on your chassis down the road a year or two from then, the cable management and dust accumulation. Bigger size and lesser fan, really

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS1N4N View Post
    1800$ Build what u think about it and What can i Do Better


    Mainboard : Msi 990FXA Gameing $150
    Cpu : Amd FX9590 4.7-5.0 Ghz stock $240
    Graphic card : 2x Crossfire R9 390 8GB MSI $660
    HDD : Seagate 7200Rpm 1TB $49
    SSD : Samsung 850 Evo 250GB $87.99
    Power Supply : Corsair Rm Series 1000W $145
    DDR3 Ramm: Kingston Hyper X 16GB 4parts 2133Mhz $112
    Fan Controller : NZXT 6 Channel 30w per Channel $30
    Thermaltake CPU Water Cooler 360mm=3x 120mm Fans $117
    Thermaltake RGB Fans x2 $30
    Big Tower : Corsair Graphite 780T $178


    Total 1800$

    I will Optimize my Air Flow

    3x120mm Front Intake in through the Water Radiator of my Cpu
    2x120mm Buttom Intake
    1x140mm Exhoust on the Back
    2x140mm Exhoust on top of the Case


    Pls tell me what u guys Think About this match up or tell me what i can do better For more Power with the same budget

    Greetings
    For the amount you are planning on spending, I would go for INTEL all the way. AMD is more geared toward budgetted gaming, and only select few processors compete with newer i5 and i7's.

    an i5-4690k would suffice to out perform that FX chip. Pairing it with the MSI z97 or z87 gaming series motherboard, you are golden.

    or if you want to go i7, get the 4770kand/or 4790k. both perform magnificantly with hyperthreading and overclockability.

    Why not get an AMD Fury X? This offers way better performance with the HBM memory, and if you wait a while til later this year, they will be releasing GPU's with the new and improved HBM2 memory, which can stack up to 16GB, and have speeds up to 1TB of speed. The Fury X is fine in performance, and for what you want to pay for the PC, it seems fine.

    Everything else seems alright, you could just go with a simple sandisk SSD, if youre new to SSD's potential, it will be night and day either way compared to an HDD.


    This build seems better, and performs better on budget as well:


    CPU:Intel Core i5-4690K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor ($226.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Motherboard: MSI Z97-GAMING 5 ATX LGA1150 Motherboard ($132.98 @ Newegg)
    Memory: Kingston HyperX Fury Black 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory ($41.99 @ NCIX US)
    Memory:Kingston HyperX Fury Black 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory ($41.99 @ NCIX US)
    Storage:Samsung 840 EVO 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($99.88 @ OutletPC)
    Video Card:MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB Video Car ($651.39 @ Amazon)
    Case:Corsair 600T White Graphite ATX Mid Tower Case ($189.99 @ Amazon)
    Power Supply:EVGA 850W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($117.99 @ NCIX US)
    Total: $1503.20
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by ************ 2016-01-26 08:10 EST-0500

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    Also, it's not about how many fans you have, it's where you position them, and how much air they push/how fast they go. 2 fans in the front pushing more air than 5 pulling out air in the back and top would cause positive airflow in the case, this is good because it pusshes air out whereever it can out the case, which prevents settling of dust in the case.
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    I would def upgrade to DDR4 ram it doesnt make sense not too. It will just help you from having it be outdated so soon

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    AMD....... Ugh instead of buying 2x R9 390 Buy a R9 390x and a i7 2011-3

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