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Old 09-18-2011, 06:47 PM   #11
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I've allways liked AMD, I seem to always have isuses with Intel with overclocking
then i suppose that you are having bad luck.
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Old 09-18-2011, 07:27 PM   #12
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Ur amazing echo!!
thank you very much. ^^
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then i suppose that you are having bad luck.
Maby my Basic Input Output System is config wrong

OH MAN!!!
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Old 09-20-2011, 04:31 AM   #15
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for amanikshot:
i can see you have limited your budget even more now. but for that i think your setup looks just fine.

i will just make sure you understand that your CPU can not be overclocked. at this time there is no sandy bridge I3 processor that can be overclocked.
also about that GTX 550TI: for not much more money yo can get a 560 (non TI). it is like an overclocked 460 with better power management. and it can be overclocked to a 560 TI. (and depending on what 560 you are getting you can actually pass it)
it does not cost much more and i will definitely recommend make room in your budget to get that insted.
i found a review that should make my point clear: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 1GB Review

it should be only 25 Euro more for a gtx 560 (non ti).
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Old 09-20-2011, 07:13 PM   #16
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isent this going abov your budget? it's 768 euro.
this is a much better setup. but also more expensive.

note that you have choose the "ti" version of the 560. i recommended a non ti 560 for your budget. becouse that it was only 25 euro more expensive then the 550ti and much more powerfull.
if what i said about that the i3 could not be overclocked made you chance CPU, then be aware that THAT i5 can not overclock ether. it needs to be a "K" version. but it is much better then the core i3 you choose before. but also more expensive.
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I know about the budget it's for my bro he's budget is 800 so it's all good but the GPU I just prefer the ti
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yeah i prefer ti as well.
i will say this setup looks just fine.

the psu is kinda in the low end according to the watt. i dont think you need more, but maybe you should make a new thread where you ask about if the watt is enough.
because i am not sure. some people are saying that you need a psu at like 700 watt, but my pc when i am gaming is only using like 300W(dont remmember. might be 350W). so you might ask why do you need more...
well.. the reason is that there is sommething called power peek . it is when the PSU need an extra boost in a matter of seconds. but i dont think a peek can be more then 100W. but i am not sure.
it is just hard to imagen.
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the psu is kinda in the low end according to the watt. i dont think you need more, but maybe you should make a new thread where you ask about if the watt is enough.
because i am not sure. some people are saying that you need a psu at like 700 watt, but my pc when i am gaming is only using like 300W(dont remmember. might be 350W). so you might ask why do you need more...
well.. the reason is that there is sommething called power peek . it is when the PSU need an extra boost in a matter of seconds. but i dont think a peek can be more then 100W. but i am not sure.
it is just hard to imagen.
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I think he's fine with just the 550W. It wouldn't be a bad idea to go with 700W, but it may not be necessary.
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