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candle_86

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candle_86

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#2
actully look at my system specs, this is what im ordering tomorrow if yall think it will all work well and play well with each other

I got an offer of 450 for my old rig and took it
 
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UK
System Name Dream Weaver
Processor 3770K @ 4.3GHz
Motherboard Gigabyte Z77 UD5H
Cooling NH-D14
Memory 8GB DDR3 @ 2000MHz 10-10-10-28 1T
Video Card(s) MSI RX 480 8GB Gaming
Storage Crucial M4 128 Gb + 4TB
Display(s) ASUS 27" 1440p 144hz FreeSync
Case Fractal Design Define R3
Audio Device(s) Asus Xonar DS
Power Supply Corsair HX 620W
Software Windows 10 x64
#3
Are you getting the Asus P5K or the Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3L?

If I were you I would get this (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130098R) instead. It's basically the same as the P35 Platinum, but with our firewire or the roller-coaster heatpipe design. I just ordered 1 myself due to it's good OC capabilities, all solid caps and silent heatpipe cooling.

the people in this thread (http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=161618) have got some great OC out of it.

I was looking for a budget P35 board like you but I ruled out the Asus P5K (they use low quality components for their low end motherboards) and cheap Gigabyte (prefered the MSI heatpipe system).

good luck!
 

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well with the extra money i was more thinking of using a brandnew board and the gigabyte is highly rated

after the problems with the MSI installed right now, i dont want another one, it does OC, but lacks stabilty with it, i choose it because my K8N Neo FSR did great, but this K9N Neo-F V3 sucks balls.
 
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System Name XPS 420
Processor q6600 2.4GHz
Motherboard Dell - Chipset:Intel® X38 (Bearlake) only one pci x16 slot...gay
Memory 3GB @ 667 MHz
Video Card(s) ATI HD 2400 PRO 128mb (will upgrade later)
Storage 320GB
Display(s) Samsung 22inches Model 220wm (1680x1050)
Case XPS 420
Power Supply Dell's Underrated 375w PSU
Software Vista Home Premium 32-bit
#7
i wouldnt get a rosewill power supply but if you trust it then go right ahead.

if you dont have a cpu cooler for the e2160 yet get this: ARCTIC COOLING Freezer 7 Pro 92mm . its cheap and its all you need for a e21xx processor to overclock over 3.0ghz.
 
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System Name Disco Vader
Processor i7 8700K
Motherboard Asus ROG Strix Z370-I Gaming
Cooling Corsair H80i V2
Memory 16GB G.Skill Trident RGB
Video Card(s) Nvidia Titan Xp Collectors Edition
Storage Samsung 850 EVO 250gb + 2x Samsung 750 EVO 500GB RAID 0
Display(s) LG 29UM69G-B
Case Phanteks Enthoo Evolv ITX Red/White
Audio Device(s) Logitech G933 + Logitech Z623
Power Supply Corsair RM750i
Mouse Logitech G900
Keyboard Corsair K95 RGB
Software Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
#8
Yeah unless you're gonna overclock that little bad boy, I suggest going for something with a little more power in the gigahertz area of things. I built a system for the next door neighbour with one of these, it's great for apps and lower intensity games, but with a 9600GT you're gonna want to crank that rez up real high.
 

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#9
i choose the gigabyte P35 DS3L as the board to pair it with just so i can push it to max on air lol. Ive heared 3.2-3.4 is quite possible