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  1. PiPBoY New Member

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    hello ppl
    i don't know much about hardware and stuff like that
    i need ur help and advise to build my ultimate gaming PC:respect:

    1. i want to buy a motherboard
    which one do u recommended with ddr3?

    2.which one is the best CPU , amd \ intel ?

    3.whats the difference between & which one is the best
    AMD Athlon 64 FX
    or
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core

    4.who is the best : memory manufacture(ram) \ VGA card \ Hard disk \ cpu
    for gaming!!!!!!!!!!!!

    if there is somethin i forgot plz mention
     
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    Power Supply. Probably need it to make the computer work.:toast:
     
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    1. Are you positive you want DDR3 capable motherboard?

    2. Intel has the best CPU chips at this time.

    3. The difference is that the FX is more of a premium chip, generally with higher L2 cache,...I think.

    4. Populars are:
    Memory - Crucial, Mushkin, G.Skill, Corsair
    VGA - EVGA, BFG, XFX
    Hard disk - Western Digital, Seagate
    CPU - Intel

    I don't agree with the VGA ones, but that's what sells.

    And yes, you'd need a PSU. Silverstone ones are great.
     
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    ASUS and DFI have the better MoBo's
    Intel for CPU
    Memory see newconroers post
    HDD as above,
    PSU, just spend as much as you can afford, the more then better and make sure its brand named.

    and lasty the case, make sure it can move a lot of air
     
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    The more appropriate question is how much is your budget? Give us a number and we will try to come up with the best bang for your bucks.
     
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    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    What about OCZ ;)
     
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    thanks:rockout:

    i heard ddr3 r much better in gaming performance
    thanks alot:toast:

    UNLIMITED:rockout:

    thanks

    thanks:nutkick:
    thanks ,i have asus MB , it's the best MB i tried till now:rockout:
     
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    Give us a better Idea as to your budget, and preferences, and we can give you a much more specific answer, even a list of parts.
    If we know where you live we can even find the best prices for the parts.

    :toast:
     
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    i've got more than $20K budget for the pc . i live in palestine:rockout:
    plz give me the best list :respect:
     
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    Do you prefer Intel or AMD. ATI or Nvidia. Anything else?
     
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    i don't know which is the best
    plz gimme the best
    i heard that Intel is better u know it support DDr3 , Nvidia always better i guess
     
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    OK, sounds good. Do you plan on Overclocking, and whats your PC building experience?

    :toast:
     
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    in the past i worked with a guy in building PC's
    i still consider my skill as average ,
    sorry what u mean bu overclocking?
     
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    Overclocking - Increasing the CPU speed, Increasing Component Voltage settings, Increasing Memory speed through the BIOS in order to increase System performance overall(ETC).

    Some Motherboards are better for overclocking Adjustment than others.

    :toast:
     
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    thats what i want:rockout:
     
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    OK, one more thing, it can get kind of hot where you live,

    Any intrest or experience in water cooling?

    :toast:
     
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    if u have unlimited funds - i would advise a pre built pc, alienware are pretty high spec.
     
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    the weather condition is average
    if this feature-water cooling- is best for the performance
    it's ok:toast:
     
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    thanks man i'll check it out:toast:
     
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    Watercooling can be complicated...but realy allows for high overclocks and optimium performance. It cost a lot more than AIR-Cooling....

    I sugest you check out the "Case Gallery" here @ TPU, and look at some Watercooled systems to make sure thats what you want to do.

    :toast:
     
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    lol just give him a 2x intel quadcores at 3,8ghz 4x hd3870 8gigs of ram and watercooling
    or wait for the intel nehalem cpu's
     
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    Here is the absolute best of the best in regards to high-performance PC parts:

    CPU - Intel Yorkfield QX9650 (3.0 GHZ)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115034

    Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-X38T-DQ6
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128068

    Memory - Super Talent 2GB DDR3 1600
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820609237

    Video Card - MSI Geforce 8800 Ultra (Overclocked)
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127288

    Power Supply - PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750 Quad
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817703009

    All parts might not be available at the moment, but just letting you know what to look for :)
     
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    I would wait next month (or Jan of next year) to build a new rig. Nvidia is coming up with its new 780i chip set that can support the triple sli. Also they may have new high performance dx10.1 cards in the making.
     
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    hey what abouth intel skulltrail gaming machine?
     
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    this is so complicated and sophisticated:)
    i'll take the air colling
    what u mean 2X intel quadcores
    u mean dual CPU?
    which MB support this?:(

    thanks:toast:

    this is so confusing:confused:
    thanks
     

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