I dont plan to overclock
I've chosen a different case now never mind
Dude thats pretty much overkill what are you playing?
Ok well i will upgrade later i just want to be able to play bo2 right now
Ok cool and what about crysis?
Yea a bit so what is your budget?
Um I would'nt get the intel i3. But are you gaming? or just everyday things like e-mail and web surfing. The intel i3 would be fine for everyday use but for gaming I would the i5 will probably do whatever you want it to with a problem. The AMD's are usually cheaper so you could get a better video card with the saved money. It's really your choice of what you want to do though
Ok thank you very much
Oh ok thanks!
Oh ok well why cant you have two and just have one for the game display?
Ok i think i'll go with the 8320 but i would like to keep the pc under 675.
Is there a video card that costs 25 less but in the same ballpark performance wise? Or a different card and maybe put a water cooler in it?
Optical drive. some people don't even put those in there build so no need to worry. Your video card is good. As for motherboard get something that supports crossfire< usb 3.0, and up to at least 16 gb ram. I like gigabyte but its you personal choice. Memory< get at least 8gbs of ram an for storage get either from somewhere 500-1tb. No need for the cpu cooler the intel i5 comes with one.
Dude you have 7 holes then get another screw
Iwould rather not overclock the cpu and what about the 8 core processor?
And you should consider switching cases to something that has usb 3.0 on it.
Oh and I dont think you will need the sound card
Ok so I dont think you'll be needing the cpu fan as the intel i5 comes with one. Also all those extra fans will probably be useless. I would encourage you to upgrade the video card to a gtx 660 and your motherboard is overkill unless you planning on getting two video cards. Here is my set up if that can help you with anything. http://pcpartpicker.com/user/snipinheads/saved/1WfO
But remember this is your build so don't think that you have to do anything I say. And also do some research on the parts your buying to see if your really going to need them.
Frostbyter. I'm new to this so are you saying that Nvidia is better? Because i would agree with you there
So here is my updated build list. i got it to 675.
If the link doesnt work let me know and i'll write it out
I would personally go with the gefroce gtx 660 and that is actually in my build but I think that might go over your budget.
And your video card if you have it in the budget to get something at about 2gbs. yours is only 1. I will give you a link to my build list.
let me know if you can access the link above or not
Im looking at you parts list and it says it will only cost you 572 dollars so just upgrade to i5 and you will be at about 650.
just get a 700w power supply and you'll be fine. Why would you want to buy things twice. Save your money until you can buy the i5. or you will just be wasting 120 dollars
and I think you should go with this motherboard.
and it supports usb 3.
Get rid of the cpu cooler and add this ram. remove the one you have in there right now.
Including the monitor, keyboard, and mouse?
If you get a widescreen monitor you wont have the bessel problem.
Check this one out
What is your budget?
Yes i wanted to know if the parts would fit in the case.
ok here is the setup
Intel Core i5-3570 3.4GHz Quad-Core
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-B75M-D3H Micro ATX LGA1155
Memory Avexir Budget Series 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR3-1333
Avexir Budget Series 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR3-1333
Storage Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM
Video Card EVGA GeForce GTX 650 2GB
Power Supply Cooler Master 700W ATX12V / EPS12V
Optical Drive Pioneer BDC-207DBK Blu-Ray Reader, DVD/CD Writer
Operating System Microsoft Windows 8 (OEM) (64-bit)
Ok thanks and I would go up a bit in price if the video card made a lot of difference. here is my build.
should I down grade to an intel i3 and get a better video card? my budget i about 700.
Also if you can fit it in the budget I would suggest getting a bit better video card.
I dont think you will need the cpu cooler unless your case doesn't have a lot of room in it. The processor already comes with one.