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Hi I have been researching about for a while now and have come up with A gamer Pc spec.

 

do you think it will cope with modern games.

 

it's a bit expensive

 

AMD Phenom II X4 965 'Black Edition' Quad Core CPU New 125w Model:

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Wow, wish I had your budget! :)

 

All of that will more than cope with anything you throw at it and in some cases it's a real overkill. But it will be a super sweet build for sure.

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Dont know if you are fussed or not but the some of the same parts can be bought for less

 

mobo

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I suggest go with the 955 instead of 965 because its almost the same and its cheaper. The other stuffs you picked are pretty decent.

 

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Processor: Intel i7 920 2.66ghz

Mobo:MSI x58 Pro-E crossfire

Videocard: Powercolor HD5770 1gb ddr5

Memory: Kingston 3x2gb ddr3 ram

HDD: Seagate 500gb + Seagate 80gb

PSU: Corsair VX550w

keyboard: Razer Lycosa

mouse: Razer Imperator

mousepad: Razer Kabuto

monitor: Viewsonic 22" VX2262wm

speakers: Altec Lansing VS4121

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

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To answer your question whether the parts you picked can cope up with modern games... the answer is DEFINITELY!

However what PSU are you planning to get? This is a very crucial part of a rig, especially using the components you picked out.

 

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Processor: Intel i7 920 2.66ghz

Mobo:MSI x58 Pro-E crossfire

Videocard: Powercolor HD5770 1gb ddr5

Memory: Kingston 3x2gb ddr3 ram

HDD: Seagate 500gb + Seagate 80gb

PSU: Corsair VX550w

keyboard: Razer Lycosa

mouse: Razer Imperator

mousepad: Razer Kabuto

monitor: Viewsonic 22" VX2262wm

speakers: Altec Lansing VS4121

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

>>>Add to favorites

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Also The software Which will be on this is

 

Windows 7 ultimate 64 bit

 

Windows xp Proffesional 64bit

 

Windows vista Ultimate 64bit

 

Should i scrap Vista for Osx snow leopard? or Maybe Linux?

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Wow, wish I had your budget! :)

 

All of that will more than cope with anything you throw at it and in some cases it's a real overkill. But it will be a super sweet build for sure.

 

 

Thanks!

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I suggest go with the 955 instead of 965 because its almost the same and its cheaper. The other stuffs you picked are pretty decent.

 

...........................................................

Processor: Intel i7 920 2.66ghz

Mobo:MSI x58 Pro-E crossfire

Videocard: Powercolor HD5770 1gb ddr5

Memory: Kingston 3x2gb ddr3 ram

HDD: Seagate 500gb + Seagate 80gb

PSU: Corsair VX550w

keyboard: Razer Lycosa

mouse: Razer Imperator

mousepad: Razer Kabuto

monitor: Viewsonic 22" VX2262wm

speakers: Altec Lansing VS4121

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit

>>>Add to favorites

 

 

 

THANKS!

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so you are going to game on 2 monitors? thats a little wierd to game on, and many games do not support it

If i were you, I would buy a 30 inch monitor or 3 of those monitors

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Okay so i see some things wrong here first of all why not just get a single 5870 or 5850 it will leave you room to expand later IF you need more power. When you already have a nice size ssd for your games and what not you don't need two drives in raid 0 plus it double your chances of losing all your data because only one drive has to fail. Why not go for a better case instead of a budget one when your clearly not on a strict budget which goes along with the fans as well, there are plenty of good fans out there that don't cost $20 a piece. You could add the money saved to get a better case. Just my two cents though.

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