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[Q] Thats a compatible?


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#1 Captha

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Posted 28 November 2015 - 06:19 AM

Hello, on start sorry for my english (Poland :(

I have one order for full proffesional pc for 25 000 zł (~5900 Euro)

i prepared one System configuration but .. im not sure thats all will working fine..

 

All components are here : http://www.morele.net/inventory/info/awir5b/

 

If u cant understand that language :

 

SATA DATA III (6GB/S) 50CM

Western Digital Red 2TB 3.5 SATA 6GB/s 64MB (WD20EFRX)

Noctua NT-H1

CPU Be Quiet! Dark Rock 3 BK018

SilentiumPC Brutus M25 Pure Black BT-M25 USB 3.0

SSD Samsung 850 PRO ASAP 512GB SATA3 (MZ-7KE512BW)

Intel Core i7-5960X LGA2011 64bit 3GHz 140W 20MB BOX

SLI-Bridge, elastic (2-way), 89 mm

EVGA GTX Titan X Superclocked, 12GB GDDR5, DVI, HDMI, 3xDP

Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro P11 modular Netzteil 850 Watt 

ASRock WS-E/10G, X99, DDR4-2133-3200, SATA3, USB 3.0 

Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4, 4x8GB, 3200MHz, CL16

 

so.. whats have to be changed and thats will work? Thanks for all answer ! 



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#2 richcbro

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Posted 28 November 2015 - 08:35 AM

I don't see any problems with the motherboard/processor/memory, the PC should be fine.

 

What are you going to do on this PC? It seems like this is overkill for most users.


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Posted 28 November 2015 - 11:00 AM

3D graphic and rendering 4k



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Posted 28 November 2015 - 10:26 PM

Rendering can use up all processing power you give, but the i7-5960X is not worth because of the price. The i7-5930K or 5820K have almost the same power as 5960X, and cost less than the 5960X. If you want even cheaper go for the i7-4790K or 6700K. For 4790K you have to change the mobo to Z97 and RAM to DDR3. For 6700K the mobo needs to be Z170.

 

Next, the GTX Titan X graphics card is not worth, like 5960X. I would encourage you to buy a GTX 980 Ti or GTX 980. They are much cheaper and offer very good performance.


Edited by batman1234, 28 November 2015 - 10:27 PM.

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Posted 28 November 2015 - 11:58 PM

You can use https://de.pcpartpicker.com/part/intel-cpu-bx80644e52630v3 to assemble the system.

 

You should also be cruising the forums of the applications you use to see if GTX type cards are better than Quadro for your purposes. 

 

There are three forms you can use, 1151 sockets for a very fast processor like the i7 6700@4GHz or the 2011 with a 5960/5930 or even the 1150 with a fast Xeon@3.7GHz.

 

Faster and less cores vs more cores and slower clock speed.

 

It looks like whichever way it goes you want a quiet PC build.



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Posted 29 November 2015 - 08:45 PM

The titan will be worth it. Titans are geared for the professionals, while 980s are gaming cards. The 5930k and 5820k won't have essentially the same performance as the 5960x, they have 2 fewer cores.

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