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    New PC 2090€ Budget (2899 USD)

    So i got 2090 m0nies and I need a new PC...
    It needs CPU
    GPU, Mainbord, Power Supply, RAM, HDD, SSD, Optical Drive, Case, Monitor, OS (and maybe a new mouse pad)
    Leave me some suggestions :D
    btw I already have a mouse and I know that I'm gonna take this keyboard
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    $2758.86 USD
    http:// pc part picker.com/p/3DYho

    same thing just the correct currency

    €1842.38
    http:// de.pc part picker .com/p/3DYho

    You can just download Windows then use RemoveWAT to disable the annoying activation popups
    http://best-windows.vlaurie.com/boot-disks.html#full
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    I am not going to list actual parts because I am feeling rather lazy. I would start with a NZXT Case (my personal favorite) and replace stock fans with noctua fans because they rock.
    -Asus Z87 Mobo,
    -latest gen i7
    -water-cooling for your CPU
    -1200w modular power supply
    -24-36gb of whatever ram
    -500gb SSD
    -1TB HDD
    -dual (or a single) EVGA GTX 780 ti
    -two 1440p 27" monitor.

    In respects to the previous post, the processor is rediculously stupid. Sorry, AMD is way less reliable than Intel, Windows 7 can only use 6 cores anyway. I can overclock my 3.4ghz cpu to 4.4ghz and have no issues running absolutely anything. You dont need a 3tb HDD unless you plan on storing videos or rendering 3d shit. Titan is absolutely fucking stupid, the 780TI does nearly the EXACT same for $400 less, allowing you to get two, which is a win.

    Case/airflow/temperatures are what you want to focus on before you think about speeds....

    Want a REAL pro tip? cut out the second 780 ti and the second monitor, save $1000, take a vacation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by roguexx117 View Post
    Sorry, AMD is way less reliable than Intel, Windows 7 can only use 6 cores anyway
    What? 32-bit Windows 7 recognises up to 32 physical cores. 64-bit Windows 7 recognises up to 256 physical cores. In terms of what it actually uses is entirely up to the application. Please don't spread misinformation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post


    What? 32-bit Windows 7 recognises up to 32 physical cores. 64-bit Windows 7 recognises up to 256 physical cores. In terms of what it actually uses is entirely up to the application. Please don't spread misinformation.
    Thanks, couldn't find the actual number Win7 supported. I knew for fact it wasn't only 6 though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M14uM14u View Post
    So i got 2090 m0nies and I need a new PC...
    It needs CPU
    GPU, Mainbord, Power Supply, RAM, HDD, SSD, Optical Drive, Case, Monitor, OS (and maybe a new mouse pad)
    Leave me some suggestions
    btw I already have a mouse and I know that I'm gonna take this keyboard
    http ://pcpart picker.com/b/PQf
    You're left with like $300 so you can add it on to get a 780ti or something.
    Remove spaces.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Color View Post
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    http ://pcpart picker.com/b/PQf
    You're left with like $300 so you can add it on to get a 780ti or something.
    Remove spaces.
    I recommend this build. With $300 just splurge on games and such.

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