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  • Started 1 year ago by tomfranklin
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tomfranklin
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To how to geek,
I have read your tutorials on building a computer. And I have included a list on my computer build. Please tell me if the build is good enough to run later and now games.

Thanks Thomas Franklin. http://www.ebuyer.com/lists/list/60697

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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tomfranklin,

Welcome to HTG.

Will research and get back to you. :) ;)

Rick P.

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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SUGGESTIONS:

(1) Tested Memory Kit
http://www.ebuyer.com/389627-c.....m4x1866c10
Technical Specifications
•Size: 32GB Kit (4 x 8GB)
•Performance Profile: XMP
•Fan Included: No
•Heat Spreader: Vengeance
•Memory Configuration: Quad Channel
•Memory Type: DDR3
•Memory Pin: 240
•Memory Format: DIMM
•Tested Voltage: 1.5
•SPD Voltage: 1.5
•Speed Rating: PC3-15000 (1866MHz)
•SPD Speed: 1333MHz
•Tested Speed: 1866Mhz
•Tested Latency: 10-11-10-30
•SPD Latency: 9-9-9-24
•Warranty: Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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(2) Vertex 4 SSDs in Raid 0 Array
http://www.ebuyer.com/353111-o.....5sat3-128g
Specifications:
•128GB Capacity
•SATA 6Gbps Interface
•Up to 560MB/s Max READ
•Up to 430MB/s MAX WRITE
•90,000 IOPS (Max 4K Random Read)
•85,000 IOPS (Max 4K Random Write)
•120,000 MAX IOPS
•Access Latency as Low as 0.02ms
•Strong performance at Lower Queue Depths
•TRIM Support
•2Xnm Synchronous Multi-Level Cell (MLC)
•2.5 Inch Form Factor
•Indilinx Everest 2 NAND Controller
•99.8 x 69.63 x 9.3 mm Dimensions
•2 million hours MTBF
•ECC corrects up to 128 random bits/1KB Data Path Protection
•256-bit AES-compliant, ATA Security Mode Features Data Protection
•Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) Support
•Indilinx Ndurance 2.0 Technology (Flash Endurance Management)
•TRIM (requires OS support), dynamic and static wear-leveling, background garbage collection Performance Optimization
•Secure Erase Enabled via OCZ Toolbox (Windows and Linux only)
•Idle: 1.3W Active: 2.5W Power Consumption
•0°C ~ 70°C Operating Temperature
•-45°C ~ 85°C Storage Temperature
•1500G Shock Resistance
•RoHS, CE, FCC, KCC, C-TICK, VCCI, BSMI Certified
•Compatable with Windows XP 32-bit /64-bit; Windows Vista 32-bit / 64-bit; Windows 7 32-bit / 64-bit; Linux; Mac OS X
•5 Year Warranty

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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Intel Core i7 3930K Processor (Allows for Over Clocking)
http://www.ebuyer.com/288239-i.....619i73930k

Type / Form Factor
Intel Core i7 3930K
Multi-Core Technology
6-core
64-bit Computing
Yes
Processor Qty
1
Clock Speed
3.2 GHz
Max Turbo Speed
3.8 GHz
Compatible Processor Socket
LGA2011 Socket
Core Voltage
0.65 V - 1.35 V
Manufacturing Process
32 nm
Thermal Design Power
130 W
Architecture Features
Enhanced SpeedStep technology, Hyper-Threading Technology, integrated memory controller, Execute Disable Bit capability, Intel Virtualization Technology, Intel Turbo Boost Technology, Intel 64 Technology, streaming SIMD extensions 4.1, streaming SIMD extensions 4.2, Intel Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX), Intel AES New Instructions (AES-NI), Intel Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)
Cache Memory
Installed Size
L2 - 6 x 256 KB - L3 Cache - 12 MB
Expansion / Connectivity
Compatible Slots
1 x processor - LGA2011 Socket
Miscellaneous
Compliant Standards
Halogen-free
Package Type
Intel Boxed
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support
3 years warranty
Service & Support Details
Limited warranty - 3 years

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tomfranklin
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Thanks very much

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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IMPORTANT:

You need the Suffix K CPU above for Gaming !!
is a 130W Processor
AND Don't forget a Cooler !!

They all go away so fast when start suggesting a Great Build with specs. :( :(

Rick P.

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i544cj0n35
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It's okay Rick. They still appreciate your hard work researching! At least include a thank you tho, right?

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tomfranklin
Posts: 3

It is alright I will buy next month.
Thanks Thomas

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raphoenix
raphoenix
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I understand and is no problem for sure. :) :)

Money is tight all over the world and New Builds get expensive very quickly.

Rick P.

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