Solved Good setup for the price?

November 28, 2011 at 20:42:13
Specs: Windows 7, Intel i5 2500 3.3GHZ

Specs:
CPU: Intel Core i 2500 Sandy Bridge 3.3Ghz/3.7Ghz turbo core x4 Quad Core LGA 1155 6MB Cache.

Motherboard: Intel H61 LGA1155 DDR3 USB 3.0 Sandy Bridge ready feature packed motherboard.

Graphics: ATI Radeon HD6770 1GB GDDR5 Memory DX11 Ready. HDMI/DVI/VGA outputs

RAM: 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3-1333 Dual Channel Memory.

HDD: Seagate/WD 1TB SATA Hard Drive

DVD: 24X Dual Layer DVD-RW

AUDIO: 8 Channel HD Audio

NETWORK: Gigabit Ethernet controller, broadband ready.

Case: Quality Foxconn TLA785 piano black case + AcBel 510W Silent PSU.

Monitor: ASUS VE228H 22" (21.5" Viewable) Energy Saving, HDMI Widescreen LED Full HD 1920x1080 Inbuilt Speakers (3 years warranty)

USBs: 6 Back (2 x USB 3.0) and 2 Front

Logiech MK250

OS: Windows 7 Home Premium


Total cost $1,077.25 USD


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November 30, 2011 at 20:53:20
Ditto about the power supply (agree)
If you are building, then my preference would be Western Digital hard drive and Gigabyte or Acer motherboard with Intel chipset rather than an Intel board.

If you know someone well in the USA, they could obtain all above a substantial savings, even considering shipping it to you via FedEx 3Day Air... Just a thought.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.



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November 29, 2011 at 02:34:40
Total cost is huge i guess u are not from US right?
Don't purchase system case with PSU because most of time the unit is junk.
Look for 500 - 550W unit from antec, corsair and rosewill.
Make sure the case mount PSU at top and not bottom.

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#2
November 29, 2011 at 19:57:40
I'm from New Zealand, what difference does mounting the psu up top make to mounting it at the bottom?

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#3
November 30, 2011 at 06:45:18
The disadvantage is PSU will suck-in dirty and any other crap found at bottom of the case. Another disadvantage is PSU will be closer to the video card, as PSU heat transfer up it will make video card run hot.

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#4
November 30, 2011 at 16:17:47
Ok thanks, I'll ask the guy I'm buying it off about the PSU

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November 30, 2011 at 20:53:20
✔ Best Answer
Ditto about the power supply (agree)
If you are building, then my preference would be Western Digital hard drive and Gigabyte or Acer motherboard with Intel chipset rather than an Intel board.

If you know someone well in the USA, they could obtain all above a substantial savings, even considering shipping it to you via FedEx 3Day Air... Just a thought.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#6
November 30, 2011 at 20:57:14
I am planning to buy off a guy here in New Zealand, but I'm going to the USA early next year, would it cost less buying a PC over there and getting it shipped to my house instead of buying one nationally?

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