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    Hmmm.

    I heard Nvidia was better though?

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    Last edited by ZeroTroubles; 01-24-2012 at 12:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    Hmmm.

    I heard Nvidia was better though?

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    Yes but right now AMD recently released a new graphics card, 7970, which is pretty much the best single GPU card out there.
    AMD's stuff are cheaper and bang for your buck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    Wait wut.

    So you're saying that this Alternate thing is pretty much the same as the Alienware x51 (The premade PC that is)

    The Alienware x51 though has an i7 processor, the Hercules here only has an 1.5

    On the other hand the Alienware has a GTX 550 and the Hercules a GTX 560..


    Then my question is, if you buy this Hercules, and replace the i5 processor with an i7 processor, will it make difference? I mean, the budget will stay around 1100 then. Then it's pretty much the alien ware but with a GTX 560

    I wrote this Wordpad file, with the parts I possibly will get in my PC then.

    Code:
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    GRAFISCHE KAARTEN:
    =========================
    
    GIGABYTE GV-N580UD-15I 						€464,-
    De GV-N580UD-15I van GigaByte is gebaseerd op de NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Chip en beschikt over 1536 MB GDDR5 Geheugen dat via een 384 bit brede interface aangesproken wordt. De GPU heeft een kloksnelheid van 795 MHz en het geheugen een snelheid van 4008 MHz. 
    http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/Grafische_kaarten_NVIDIA_PCIe/GIGABYTE/GV-N580UD-15I/518305/?baseId=700007
    
    MSI N580GTX Twin Frozr III 15D5 Power Edition/OC	€519,-
    De N580GTX Twin Frozr III 15D5 Power Edition/OC van MSI is gebaseerd op de NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Chip en beschikt over 1536 MB GDDR5 Geheugen dat via een 384 bit brede interface aangesproken wordt. De GPU heeft een kloksnelheid van 810 MHz en het geheugen een snelheid van 4008 MHz.
    De N580GTX Twin Frozr III 15D5 Power Edition/OC valt onder de zogenaamde 'Military Class II' GPU's, door de gebruikte materialen voor onder andere de Solid State Choke's en de condensatoren. Dit betekend dat de N580GTX Twin Frozr III 15D5 Power Edition/OC beter tegen hoge en lage temperaturen bestand is, waardoor deze een langere levensduur heeft en verder kan worden overklokt.
    http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/Grafische_kaarten_NVIDIA_PCIe/MSI/N580GTX_Twin_Frozr_III_15D5_Power_Edition-OC/616783/?baseId=700003
    
    =========================
    HARDE SCHIJVEN:
    =========================
    Samsung HD204UI  (2000 GB, 32 MB Cache) 			€119,90
    De HD204UI van Samsung heeft een opslagcapaciteit van 2000 GB en een cache van 32 MB. De 3,5 inch SATA harddisk is voorzien van een Serial ATA/300 interface.
    http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/Harddisks_3,5_inch_SATA/Samsung/HD204UI/471783/?articleId=471783&
    
    Samsung HN-M101MBB (5400 rpm, 8 MB Cache			€92,90
    De HN-M101MBB van Samsung heeft een opslagcapaciteit van 1000 GB, een toerental van 5400 rpm en een cache van 8 MB. De 2,5 inch SATA harddisk is voorzien van een Serial ATA/300 interface.
    http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/Harddisks_2,5_inch_SATA/Samsung/HN-M101MBB/564509/?articleId=564509&
    
    =========================
    BEHUIZINGEN:
    =========================
    Sharkoon Scorpio 1000  						€64,90
    De Scorpio 1000 van Sharkoon is een stijlvolle Midi-tower, met vier externe 5,25", drie interne 3,5", twee 3,5" fast swap en vier interne 2,5" inbouwsloten. De behuizing, bied plaats aan een vijf à zes case-fans, waarvan er twee zijn mee geleverd.
    http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/Behuizingen_Midi_Tower/Sharkoon/Scorpio_1000/466745/?baseId=699754
    
    
    Aerocool Vx-R LE 							€67,90
    De Vx-R LE van Aerocool is een Midi Tower met plaats voor een ATX voeding. De behuizing beschikt over vier externe 5,25", één externe 3,5", vier interne 3,5" inbouwsloten, welke toolless zijn ingericht, heeft 7 Full Size slotopeningen, welke toolless zijn ingericht en heeft 2 slangopeningen voor waterkoeling.
    De Vx-R LE wordt geleverd met drie casefans en biedt plaats aan één extra casefan. De behuizing biedt plaats aan grafische kaarten met een lengte tot 290mm.
    http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/Behuizingen_Midi_Tower/Aerocool/Vx-R_LE/383197/?baseId=699755
    
    =========================
    PROCESSORS:
    =========================
    Intel® Core™ i7-2600K 						€289,-
    De Intel® Core™ i7-2600K CPU, codenaam "Sandy Bridge", beschikt over vier verwerkingseenheden en is geschikt om op een moederbord met Socket 1155 te plaatsen. De processor beschikt over 4x 256 KB Level 2 en 8192 KB Level 3 cache en werkt op een snelheid van 3400 MHz met een HyperTransport bus van 5000 MT/s. De Intel® Core™ i7-2600K beschikt over een interne geheugen controler, met twee geheugen kanalen en bevat een Intel® GMA HD 3000 interne Grafische Chip.
    http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/CPUs_Socket_1155/Intel(R)/Core_en_trade_i7-2600K/483760/?articleId=483760&
    
    
    ========================
    (BEHUIZING MODS:)
    ========================
    OCZ ModXStream Pro 500W 					€52,90
    De ModXStream Pro 500W van OCZ is een ATX voeding en levert een vermogen van 500 Watt met een efficientie van 86%. Deze voeding heeft één 135mm Fan ingebouwd. Verder beschikt hij onder andere over 4x 5,25" molex, 6x SATA, 1x PCIe 6 pins en 1x PCIe 6+2 pins aansluitingen.
    http://www.alternate.nl/html/product/Voedingen_tot_600_Watt/OCZ/ModXStream_Pro_500W/288514/?articleId=288514&
    I don't get this anymore. Should I get this alien ware, or should I get this Hercules with an other processor, or should I build my own from the alternate site~..
    Whatever you build yourself > the Hercules > Alienware. The difference between the 2500K and 2600K is minimal when talking about gaming and non-existent when talking about normal work. Buying the Hercules and switching parts is pointless, if you want to build a PC do it properly - from scratch. I dunno what you're doing picking two gfx cards, within that price range I recommend you stick to a single card, preferably the 560 Ti if you want to save a bit of money or the 580 / 7970 if you want the best. I definitely recommend a 600W+ psu too and a decent case, such components can really heat up (for the more mainstream "gaming" looks go for an Antec Eleven Hundred, for something better but plainer Fractal Design's Core 3000).

    With that kind of money you definitely should stop looking at 5.4k rpm disks and even 7.2k rpm disks (I recommend something like Samsung's Spinpoint F3 or WD's Caviar Black) should serve as backups / data storage rather than primary ones - you can easily get an SSD (Crucial m4 / Patriot Pyro SE are good choices). Don't forget the ram either (if you have the money get something like 1600MHz CL8 with low voltages (OC ftw?), otherwise some normal 1600MHz CL9. I recommend you grab a decent CPU cooler if you're getting the unlocked version of the CPU, should really aid with OCing (Noctua's NH-D14 is an awesome already combined set, Prolimatech's Megahalems is downright epic when combined with good fans, just like the Tuniq Tower 120 or w/e it's called; you might even consider something like Corsair's H100 set).

    Don't forget a decent P67 board either.

    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    Hmmm.

    I heard Nvidia was better though?

    @Sir Ragealot
    @Alen
    Depends on a lot of things, such as what games you want to play, what kind of features you need etc. Overall I definitely prefer Nvidia because they don't fuck stuff up and there's way more stuff you can do with em, but the average gamer is most likely better off with what's cheaper.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Ragealot View Post
    Yes but right now AMD recently released a new graphics card, 7970, which is pretty much the best single GPU card out there.
    AMD's stuff are cheaper and bang for your buck.
    ^ something like that, though around the 560 Ti's price range I would recommend Nvidia over AMD.

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    Could anyone give me a list with all the parts that I need to build myself a computer?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    Could anyone give me a list with all the parts that I need to build myself a computer?.
    Do you mean the parts needed to build a PC, or the specific parts you would want?


     

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    Just like;

    Proccessor (Recommended: Intel i7)
    Graphics Card (Recommended: Blabla)

    The recommended is not needed. But I might just forget like to buy a harddrive xD

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    Just like;

    Proccessor (Recommended: Intel i7)
    Graphics Card (Recommended: Blabla)

    The recommended is not needed. But I might just forget like to buy a harddrive xD
    Well this thread shows you what parts you'll be needing, including a recommended setup.
    (It's not the best setup available, but should be very decent)

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    My bad: http://www.mpgh.net/forum/74-hardwar...ry-2012-a.html
    Last edited by Ravallo; 01-24-2012 at 12:24 PM.


     

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    In all honesty Ravallo's build isn't really good, as I already said you should aim for something like:

    Mobo: any decent P67 board
    CPU: i5 2500K (i7 2600K if you really want it, doubt you'll ever need it)
    CPU cooler: Noctua NH-D14 / Prolimatech Megahalems / Tuniq Tower 120 + 2 of the best fans you can get / Corsair H100
    Ram: 2x4GB or 4x4GB of 1600MHz CL8 or CL9 ram (Cl8 is preferred)
    Gfx: GTX 580 / HD 7970
    PSU: anything >600W that's decent
    Case: Antec Eleven Hundred (fancy stuff), Fractal Design Core 3000 (epic, plainer stuff)
    HDD: Spinpoint F3 > Caviar Black
    SSD: Patriot Pyro SE > Crucial m4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alen View Post
    In all honesty Ravallo's build isn't really good, as I already said you should aim for something like:

    Mobo: any decent P67 board
    CPU: i5 2500K (i7 2600K if you really want it, doubt you'll ever need it)
    CPU cooler: Noctua NH-D14 / Prolimatech Megahalems / Tuniq Tower 120 + 2 of the best fans you can get / Corsair H100
    Ram: 2x4GB or 4x4GB of 1600MHz CL8 or CL9 ram (Cl8 is preferred)
    Gfx: GTX 580 / HD 7970
    PSU: anything >600W that's decent
    Case: Antec Eleven Hundred (fancy stuff), Fractal Design Core 3000 (epic, plainer stuff)
    HDD: Spinpoint F3 > Caviar Black
    SSD: Patriot Pyro SE > Crucial m4
    I will check both of these builds out. I'll get back on you


    @Alen

    If I use your build, I'll reach the approx. amount of €1400 w/o shipping. I can't really afford that ATM. And then I take a i5 core
    Last edited by ZeroTroubles; 01-25-2012 at 08:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alen:5697071
    In all honesty Ravallo's build isn't really good, as I already said you should aim for something like:

    Mobo: any decent P67 board
    CPU: i5 2500K (i7 2600K if you really want it, doubt you'll ever need it)
    CPU cooler: Noctua NH-D14 / Prolimatech Megahalems / Tuniq Tower 120 + 2 of the best fans you can get / Corsair H100
    Ram: 2x4GB or 4x4GB of 1600MHz CL8 or CL9 ram (Cl8 is preferred)
    Gfx: GTX 580 / HD 7970
    PSU: anything >600W that's decent
    Case: Antec Eleven Hundred (fancy stuff), Fractal Design Core 3000 (epic, plainer stuff)
    HDD: Spinpoint F3 > Caviar Black
    SSD: Patriot Pyro SE > Crucial m4
    Depending on how much amps, I'm sure 650w is recommend for 580

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    Idk.. 1400 is too much >__>

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    Idk.. 1400 is too much >__>
    Lose the 580 / 7970 for a 560 Ti or 6950, get a budget board like the MSI P67A-C43, don't get the cpu cooler and get 1600MHz CL9 ram.


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    @Alen I was thinking of something like this;




    Am I missing crucial things? Or just any things you'll probably want

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    you should get the combined motherboard/ram/cpu deals, it's cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    @Alen I was thinking of something like this;




    Am I missing crucial things? Or just any things you'll probably want
    Nope, looks like you have everything you need. The mobo is kinda overpriced imo and doesn't really offer any advantages of any other gaming-grade mobo from GA or MSI, both which can come quite cheaper.

    Quote Originally Posted by Archangel View Post
    you should get the combined motherboard/ram/cpu deals, it's cheaper.
    ^ Listen to Archie, he knows more about what you Dutchies can get than I ever will.

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