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I am building a new system and I'd like to order it today.. lol good luck.. but I have the money and am ready right now so I'm not one of those "help me make a system I will never buy" guys.. I just could really use some help on knowing if this stuff is compatible, I have all the links to copy and paste in new egg for all the components. please if someone could, let me know if this will work and what I'm missing if anything. I know I need cables and an OS but thats gonna have to wait til next week.. I'd really appreciate any help you could give, I'm completely new to this and don't want to blow 1,300.00 bucks.. I work hard like u..lol.. thank u God for income tax returns :p






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buy it now :D
 

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looks good but don't go with the 6400 they are a waste of money. you should go to the 6600 or down to the 6300
 

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Do not get that Power supply.
APEVIA makes crap PSUS.
Get an OCZ 600W Gamexstream (they arent as expensive as other good brands)
 
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Do not get that Power supply.
APEVIA makes crap PSUS.
Get an OCZ 600W Gamexstream (they arent as expensive as other good brands)

so the 600 watt will be enough power to cover future expansion? I will be getting another geforce 8800 gts to sli with the one im getting and I'll get a quad core once they come into my price range.. also I'll have blue fan lights for 2 120mm fans and 2 80 mm fans..

thanks a ton for the feedback guys.
 
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looks good but don't go with the 6400 they are a waste of money. you should go to the 6600 or down to the 6300
dang.. ok ill look for a 6600 then.. guess the 63 and 66 are more overclockable or just more stable?

crap. it's like 315.00 for a 6600 lol.. ouch.. and the 6300 is only 1.8 ghz /cry..lol..
 
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Nither, i have the E6400 and am lovin it!

But if you have a little more to spare, then get the e6600, it will be much more suited to that motherboard due to the higher (9x) multiplier.
 
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get the e6600.... in the end you will thank yourself
 

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so the 600 watt will be enough power to cover future expansion? I will be getting another geforce 8800 gts to sli with the one im getting and I'll get a quad core once they come into my price range.. also I'll have blue fan lights for 2 120mm fans and 2 80 mm fans..

thanks a ton for the feedback guys.
The 600W one wont be enough for SLI of 2 8800GTS.
You need the OCZ 700W one if you want that.
Just take a look here and it shows you all of Nvidia's approved PSUs for SLI with certain cards ( http://www.slizone.com/object/slizone_build_psu.html ) .
It is quite helpful
 
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Nither, i have the E6400 and am lovin it!

But if you have a little more to spare, then get the e6600, it will be much more suited to that motherboard due to the higher (9x) multiplier.
ok ill try to squeeze the 6600 but if not i guess ill run the 6400 and upgrade to the quad core once they come into my range. cools, thanks again.. any recommendations are more than welcome.. believe me I can use all the help i can get lol..:D
 
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The 600W one wont be enough for SLI of 2 8800GTS.
You need the OCZ 700W one if you want that.
Just take a look here and it shows you all of Nvidia's approved PSUs for SLI with certain cards ( http://www.slizone.com/object/slizone_build_psu.html ) .
It is quite helpful

sweet, thanks for the link.. guess im running up to a 700 then.. lol this thing keeps getting more and more expensive, but I saw that coming. ;)
 

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Yea I am going to pick up an OCZ 700W myself....might wait a bit though since they may drop in price with bigger PSUs coming out.

Also, if you wait a month, Intel has huge price drops coming :) on all C2D procs
 
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Yea I am going to pick up an OCZ 700W myself....might wait a bit though since they may drop in price with bigger PSUs coming out.

Also, if you wait a month, Intel has huge price drops coming :) on all C2D procs
lol figures.. and if i wait a month after that they'll come out with something even better..lol bastards.. think im stuk with the 6400 for now and ill jump to a quad later this year after prices fall and stabilise.

thanks again u guys.. the help is very much appreciated, i'd of already made a fatal mistake with the power supply and now i have some good processor info as well.. muchos gracias me amigos :pimp:

( that means thank you very much) lol.. fyi..
 

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lol figures.. and if i wait a month after that they'll come out with something even better..lol bastards.. think im stuk with the 6400 for now and ill jump to a quad later this year after prices fall and stabilise.

thanks again u guys.. the help is very much appreciated, i'd of already made a fatal mistake with the power supply and now i have some good processor info as well.. muchos gracias me amigos :pimp:

( that means thank you very much) lol.. fyi..
Nah the prices are mostly being dropped big for the E4300, E6300, E6400, E6600 and the E6700.
Pretty much the E6600 will be the price that the E6400 is now and the E6700 will be the price fo the E6600 now.

After April, price drops will not happen until the end of Q2/Q3 by Intel.
I would wait a month and get the E6600 instead of the E6400.
 
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Nah the prices are mostly being dropped big for the E4300, E6300, E6400, E6600 and the E6700.
Pretty much the E6600 will be the price that the E6400 is now and the E6700 will be the price fo the E6600 now.

After April, price drops will not happen until the end of Q2/Q3 by Intel.
I would wait a month and get the E6600 instead of the E6400.
lol i need something to run my computer for the next month. I don't think it will run on hope and air.. but I can try..lol hell i still cant even get an os for it. im stuck running my old xp til i do i guess and old cables.. im gonna need hdmi cables.. i hope i can run hdmi with this stuff otherwise my nice new tv will be nicely pissing me off.. lol
 
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Ok, so here it is, my most recent updated list. I'm holding onto the 6400 for a month or 2 or til the quads drop I guess. the 6600 brought me into the 1500.00 range and thats just to much caviar for my fishies. :p I did however go to the 700 w ocz PS thank you for the tip.. Man lol wanna know what my system is right now? lmfao.. dimension 8100 geforce mx2 , pentium 4 with 256 mb ram.. lol.. so pathetic huh..I am like the lag king right now. I'm so looking forward to this. tytyty..

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Before someone yells at me for double standards....tell me a more meaningful thread title and I'll change this thread to it. "A little help please" is not a very good thread title :p. How about something like "Building a new rig, when should I do it?"
 
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Before someone yells at me for double standards....tell me a more meaningful thread title and I'll change this thread to it. "A little help please" is not a very good thread title :p. How about something like "Building a new rig, when should I do it?"
lol u can do anything u want.. change it to ching chang walla walla bing bang.. :D

Nah I agree though. I'm just computer illiterate still is all. so the standard term is "rig" then i see..lol. learn something new everyday.
seriously though, I had like no idea what I was doing. Spootity helped me out alot. If he hadn't given me all the general info and pointers I would of been completely blind.. thanks spoot. u rok.. :rockout: :rockout:
 
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Done, I love my job :).
 
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Sweet..lol.. u rok too
 

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Hey!!! I rok more!! :D
 
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I have a blue orb - the only issue with them is the wide area they occupy.
On my board, I had to add a few spacers to the mounting screws so it wouldn't contact my P5W DH Deluxe's funky heatpipe setup.

Personally, I think the 6400 is the better cpu option. You'll hardly need the extra cache of the 6600, and they OC better than the 6300s. More bang for the buck IMHO. I've got mine @ 3.2g with only a slight vCore increase 24/7 and I have no doubt it would run much higher if I tried pushing the envelope, better cooling etc.

Look at infrared's specs above.
 
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#24
I have a blue orb - the only issue with them is the wide area they occupy.
On my board, I had to add a few spacers to the mounting screws so it wouldn't contact my P5W DH Deluxe's funky heatpipe setup.

Personally, I think the 6400 is the better cpu option. You'll hardly need the extra cache of the 6600, and they OC better than the 6300s. More bang for the buck IMHO. I've got mine @ 3.2g with only a slight vCore increase 24/7 and I have no doubt it would run much higher if I tried pushing the envelope, better cooling etc.

Look at infrared's specs above.

Ahh thank you, thats very reassuring to know I didn't just blow 230 bucks on a hard piece of toilet paper lol.. awsome, 3.2 ghz, thats what I'm talkin about.. I still need some time learning overclocking the cpu though. I got overclocking the video card down no problem, but the bios I have on this piece of crap wont let me edit any settings and no overclock software works on it either..lol trust me I tried , unless u know something I don't, which is highly likely.. but I wander...

I have 2 120mm fans and 2 80mm fans as is.. i put the blue orb back I think at last minute or is it still on there? lol.. woops if so.. i hope 2 120's and 2 80's will be enough.. I'll keep my eues open with the mounting brackets as well, thanks for the info there, believe me it's all very very helpful lol.. ur all gonna hate me once i get my parts and ask who will help me put it together lol.. I have to learn someday, I like doing this stuff, it's a very mentally stimulating hobby..

I dont know what u mean with the v core ratio 24/7.. wait.. lol like 24/7 24 hours 7 days a week? oh so your telling me it runs stable even when it's always on.. cool, very good to know.. u think I'll have cooling issues or anything though? I hope not..

If I took the blue orb off my list and it's not on the way, I think I'm gonna order it anyway just because it has good reviews and I want to be safe.. If I need to, I'll go to water cooling or whatever but that stuff worries me even if they call it non conductive lol..


thanks again for the info.. sorry it took me abit to respond..
 
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If the blue orb wasn't a pain to install/uninstall I'd probably go for something different. I'm just too lazy to take the works apart just to change it right now.

I found the AC Freezer Pro to be a good cooler also, but one of the cheapass plastic mounting clips broke when I was reseating it. I had to go local (Radio Shack) to get the Tt blue orb fast. It's OK but I'd go for something that helps push the air out the back of the case.

Yeah, I meant 24 hrs/day....:p