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Need advice on my first (gaming) PC build


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#1 IronLion

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Posted 25 January 2016 - 08:58 PM

Hello,

 

I am planning to build my first PC and i would really like some thoughts and advice on the parts that i chose. My budget is around €1800 (Belgium).

 

This PC will primarily be for gaming, i play a big variety of games and i'd like to play all the latest games at max settings. I will probably also do a lot of other things on this PC. For now i play at 1080p but i will go higher later. I'm also planning to do some over clocking in the future.

 

I do not need a monitor, keyboard, mouse or operating system included in the build.

 

I'm having having a hard time choosing some of the components. I've made a selection (indicated with "/") but i'm not sure which one to pick, i would really appreciate some help with this (CPU cooler, motherboard, PSU, case, HDD). Overall are they good parts? Is one better than the other? Big differences or barely noticeable? Which one should i pick?

 

 

Here are the parts that i chose (prices from Alternate.be):

 

- CPU: Intel Core i7-6700K (€400)

 

- CPU Cooler: Cryorig H7 (€38)

                     / Cooler Master Hyper212 Evo (€35)

 

- GPU: GIGABYTE GTX 980 Ti G1 GAMING (€750)

 

- MOBO: GIGABYTE GA Z170X GAMING 3 (€165)

             / ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING (€170)

             / MSI Z170A GAMING M3 (€160)

             / MSI Z170A GAMING PRO (€170)

 

- RAM: DDR4 G.Skill 3000MHz CL15 16-16-35 Ripjaws V K2 GSK (€115)

(2x 8GB)

 

- HDD: Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm 1TB (€53)

         /  Western Digital Blue 7200rpm 1TB (€55)

 

- SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 250GB (€95)

 

- PSU: Seasonic M12II-620 EVO (Bronze) (€100)

         /  Corsair CS650M (Gold) (€100)

        /  Corsair CX600M (Bronze) (€90)

        /  Cooler Master G650M (Bronze) (€85)

        /  be quiet! Pure Power CM L8 630W (Bronze) (€100)

 

- Case: Fractal Design Define S (windowed) (€100)

         /  Fractal Design Define R5 (windowed) (€130)

 

 

 

pcpartpicker links:

 

Whole build with GIGABYTE Z170X GAMING 3 motherboard, Seasonic M12II-620 EVO (Bronze) PSU and Define S case (only getting one cpu cooler and one hdd):

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Freestyla/saved/3TKwrH

 

ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-motherboard-z170progaming

 

MSI Z170A GAMING M3: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-motherboard-z170agamingm3

 

MSI Z170A GAMING PRO: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-motherboard-z170agamingpro

 

 

 

About the motherboard: The msi gaming m3 doesn't have SLI. I would've liked SLI in case i buy a second graphics card in a few years, but if the msi gaming m3 is better i'm willing to give up SLI.

 

About the power supply: Do i need 600 or 650 Watt or more? Are the chosen power supplies good quality?

 

About the case: Do the Define R5 and Define S have the same cooling performances (air cooling)? Is one more silent than the other? Small or big difference?

 

Overall i would like a very well performing, silent PC with good airflow.

 

 

All advice is appreciated! The more the better!

I am really looking forward to having this PC!

 

 

Thank you very much in advance!



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#2 Captain_Chicken

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Posted 25 January 2016 - 11:13 PM

Motherboard/psu if you would ever like SLI I would get an 800+ watt psu.

Case: read a pcpartpicker.com review or google it. I don't know off hand. I would by some high quality low noise fans.

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