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    Ok i have a friend who wants to build a PC for no more than 800. He wants it for gaming and rendering videos in Sony Vegas / After Effect - so probably a fast SSD would be in mind with a nice GPU. I was looking to see if anyone can put together a list of products that would work well together to create a nice PC. Thanks,
    Any help is appreciated

    P.S this is a full build. No parts can be salvaged from a previous build.

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    Cooler Master Elite 430, 500W Corsair Builder Series 500CX, Radeon HD 7850 2048MB, Intel Core i5 3570k(Stock), 8GB DDR3 RAM, GIGABYTE GA-H61M-DS2, 2x Cooler Master SickleFlow Blue LED Case Fans(Way too noisy)

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    https://www.aria.co.uk/WishList/4LGz...fFKvOnRTmDhg,,

    GTX 660 TI for Cuda maybe? SSD Crucial and an i5 3570k.
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    • #3
      Had a look. I never thought of that graphics card, that would be a sick build.

      Am i right in saying Aria can build it for you?

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      Cooler Master Elite 430, 500W Corsair Builder Series 500CX, Radeon HD 7850 2048MB, Intel Core i5 3570k(Stock), 8GB DDR3 RAM, GIGABYTE GA-H61M-DS2, 2x Cooler Master SickleFlow Blue LED Case Fans(Way too noisy)

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      • #4
        yeah for an extra 58 including vat - up to 10 days
        Originally posted by gavbon
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        • #5
          Ahh Ok

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          Cooler Master Elite 430, 500W Corsair Builder Series 500CX, Radeon HD 7850 2048MB, Intel Core i5 3570k(Stock), 8GB DDR3 RAM, GIGABYTE GA-H61M-DS2, 2x Cooler Master SickleFlow Blue LED Case Fans(Way too noisy)

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          • #6
            https://www.aria.co.uk/WishList/9Q8GMBEV_bTW0kNt4U_EPA,, My wishlist which I am no longer building less than 800 you could add onto it if you wish and the 7950 can outperform the 660ti in some games with latest firmware. With this lot you could maybe upgrade the SSD.
            i7-6700K 4.00GHz, Thermalright Silver Arrow, Zotac GTX 980 TI AMP! 6GB, Phanteks Enthoo Pro M, Blu-ray Writer, Asus ROG Z170 Maximus VIII Hero, Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) 3000MHz DDR4

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            • #7
              Here you go, put in the 3770k to help with the rendering. If gaming is more important than the rendering drop the 3770k down to a 3570k and put a 7950 in there.

              If you don't need the hard drive you can upgrade the GPU to the 7950 and you would have a very nice machine.

              https://www.aria.co.uk/WishList/iVeUbo7dfp9JPTcr25YG1A,,
              Last edited by Hayling Laser Sailor; 02-11-12, 22:09.

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              • #8
                I would drop the 3770K to a 3570K personally. Rendering won't be that much faster in my eyes to warrant losing the graphics performance.
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                • #9
                  Does he also need a monitor/OS/keyboard/mouse/speakers?

                  Also agree with TMDD that a 3570K will be more than sufficient.
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                  • #10
                    7950 is probably the best card to go.
                    Unless there's a good deal on the 670.
                    +1 to the i5 instead of i7.
                    Maybe save some moneyz on the case?
                    Z11s are good and cheapish too.
                    Try and scrape a harddrive from somewhere else as they're, in my eyes, still too expensive.
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