Could someone look over what I have and see if there is anything wrong with the list. oo and I have a SSD hard drive already and can someone recommend a CD drive and ram?
thanks in advance
Qty.Product DescriptionSavingsTotal Price
ASUS GeForce GTX 770 GTX770-DC2OC-2GD5 Video Card
Return Policy: VGA Replacement Only Return Policy
NVIDIA Gift - Watch Dogs
Return Policy: Standard Return Policy
Intel Core i7-4770 3.4GHz LGA 1150 Desktop Processor
Return Policy: CPU Replacement Only Return Policy
CORSAIR CSM Series CS750M 750W Power Supply
Return Policy: Standard Return Policy
ASUS SABERTOOTH Z97 MARK1 ATX Intel Motherboard
Return Policy: Limited Replacement Only Return Policy
NZXT Phantom 410 Series CA-PH410-B1 Black Computer Case With Side Panel Window
Return Policy: Standard Return Policy
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
I've used it in the past to identify and fix everything from blue screens (BSOD's), ActiveX errors, corrupt files and processes, dll/exe/sys errors, recover lost memory, Windows update problems, defragging, malware removal etc.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloadreimage.com/directdownload.php. (This link will automatically start a download of Reimage that you can save to your computer.)
Possibly, no one has commented because 1. people want to hear what you are aiming for - a gaming PC? CAD/CAM? Web-surfing? etc., and 2. you sure piled on a list of pricey items without any argument for why you need such pricey items when you can do nearly as well by sliding down the price range a lot, and 3. you have not said what size the SSD is - it might not be large enough to comfortably support operating system plus a few multi-player games.
A first-time build does not have to be the ultimate Win experience. Largely, builders work for a trade-off between cost and function. For your first build, you may want to build something that is straightforward, not too expensive, and can be upgraded in the future.
If money is no object, just get the most expensive of everything and enjoy. Just make sure everything is compatible.
I am not trying to be rude. Just kinda surprised by the price tags, and the lack of responses thus far.
My current system was upgraded to windows 7 32bit from vista 32bit (I bought the windows 7 home premium upgrade disc when it was first released). I am going to build a complete new system. Can I install windows 7 64bit from the same windows 7 disc? Or do I have to buy a new windows 7 disc? Is there a way around buying a whole new disc?
It won't activate and you will end up in Safe Mode permanently. One machne = one license. You need to buy another full version. But you can do it if you don't use 7 on the old machine. You will just have to activate by phone and explain. Then if you go online with both, one will deactivate and go to Safe Mode.
I plan on using this computer for games like FC Crysis Civ LoL look computer build, a good build? this First does like Arma Kerbal SP CoD SimCity torrenting and multitasking gaming music or gaming skype or all three I plan First computer build, does this look like a good build? on building it within the month I prefer performance over cost I have Windows Ultimate -bit I have a quot Samsung T B x Bose USB speakers and a mouse but I will need a keyboard I also have access to wired internet I m just wondering if anyone First computer build, does this look like a good build? has any suggestions on these parts seeing as I am new to computer building I did a good amount of research so far And also if these parts would fit and work well together Thank First computer build, does this look like a good build? you CPU Intel Core i - K GHz Quad-Core Processor CPU Cooler Cooler Master Hyper Plus CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler Motherboard Asus P Z -V PRO GEN ATX LGA Motherboard Memory Corsair Vengeance LP GB x GB DDR - Memory Storage Western Digital Caviar Blue TB quot RPM Internal Hard Drive Video Card Sapphire Radeon HD GB Video Card Wired Network Adapter Intel EXPI CTBLK Mbps PCI-Express x Network Adapter Case Cooler Master HAF Advanced ATX Full Tower Case Power Supply Antec Basiq Plus W PLUS Certified ATX V Power Supply Optical Drive Lite-On iHAS - DVD CD Writer Keyboard Lite-On SK- BS Wired Standard Keyboard Total from Newegg nbsp
The build looks good. I only have one question. Is the on-board LAN (network adapter) not suitable for your needs?
Hey people, sorry if the title is not very detailed or so, what I am having trouble with is my Download speed and browser speed
I created a new build recently (tuesday) and i've been spending every night since then for hours on end trying to fix this issue, every other computer in my house downloads things around 700kbps + where as my new build (very high end) is getting 20kbps and below... I am on wireless connection, I am operating on windows 7 64 bit
comment below if you can offer some help and advice if possible
I can provide additional information if required to go into depth about certain parts of the issue
Suggest you try the latest LAN drivers from the ASrock site.
Hello, I didn't know where to post this topic so I just did it here.
OK I want to build my own computer, but the thing is I don't know how, and I don't know what I need to build a good computer I am willing to spend up 1300 dollars on this computer. And I know there are sites out there that do that for you, but I am not sure if they are trustworthy, I remember I ordered an Alien ware like 2 weeks ago, and it froze like in the first hour I had it turned on, and when I had it fixed it froze the next day. So can anybody help me.
You need a case, CPU, motherboard, PSU, video card, RAM, a hard disk drive, an optical drive and maybe peripherals like a monitor, keyboard and mouse.
For any build suggestions, please post your intended use for the computer, budget, location, whether or not you're willing to buy online and what components you need.
So Im working on a computer build for under if i can ill try to bring it down to under What do you guys think is there any way i could save money somewere withought really a performance reduction Should i go AMD maybe ive always liked intel but for a cheep build i hear AMD is the way I will be buying stuff like DVD drive from a local store and already have my OS Does anyone know of any combo deals that would help with just slight modifications to the parts I didn t get ANY for Computer than $800? less build with these APEVIA X-JPJST-BK Black Computer Case With Side Panel Window http www newegg com Product Product aspx item N E GIGABYTE GA-P -S G ATX Intel Motherboard http www newegg com Product Product aspx item N E Intel Core Duo E GHz LGA W Processor http www newegg com Product Product aspx Computer build for less than $800? item N E Computer build for less than $800? Kingston HyperX GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory http www newegg com Product Product aspx item N E Western Digital Caviar SE GB quot SATA Gb s Hard Drive http www newegg com Product Product aspx item N E EVGA GeForce GT -P -N -AR Video Card http www newegg com Product Product aspx item N E SeaSonic SS- ES W Power Supply http www newegg com Product Product aspx item N E Total uhh i think i messed up somewere on the links I have one more link than i do items Thanks for looking nbsp
oh nice thanks. i tihk thats good enough.
Wait... i think that i will use a procesor with an FSB of 1066 lol.
What is the difference between the E6300 and the E6320?
or the E6400 and E6420?
wait wtf i was looking and it says the Antec 900 is DEACTIVATED??!!
WTF is this BS??! Why would it be deactivated? it makes no sense!!
Here are things im going to buy and the things i already have. Let me know what you all think, i will be placing the order around January 1st. This computer will be doing a lot of video encoding and even more playing video games.
GIGABYTE GA-X79-UD5 LGA 2011 $324
Mushkin Enhanced Redline 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 1866 $139
ZOTAC AMP2! GTX 580 already own
Mushkin Enhanced Chronos Deluxe 120GB SATA III SSD $209
CORSAIR H100 Cooler Now: $119
CORSAIR Professional Series HX850 PSU already own
COOLER MASTER HAF 932 already own
PLEXTOR Blu-ray Writer already own
Dell UltraSharp IPS-panel U24104 24" already own
Logitech G510 Gaming Keyboard already own
Logitech G500 Gaming Mouse already own
Nice build! I'm jealous
I am thinking of building a new computer. I already have a powersupply, case, and soundcard.
Can you check over this build and see if this is a good one and if I am missing anything.
Will that motherboard be a good overclocker? Will my powersupply handle this it is a Hipro 600 Watt with dual 20 amp rails.
And will my Windows Vista 32 bit Home Premium OEM version work with this build will I be able to install it and will microsoft let me do that.
Ain't that a great price......
An E6600 giveaway it is! A 32 bit OS will only allow you address 4 GB of RAM. Big deal. To get to the 8 GB they're claiming you would need to use 2 GB DIMMs. At in excess of $200.00 each, nobody needs them, and almost nobody can afford them. As long as your OEM Vista is not registered with another machine you can certainly use it. I don't think you're allowed to transfer an OEM Windows from another machine, the motherboard it's borne with is the one it dies with.
I saw that price (yesterday)on the Conroe and my credit cards started smoking in my pocket. Have fun!
Update, as of last night Newegg had already sold out of the C2D E6600. That came as no surprise in view of the price. Oh Well, they'll get more.
Hello Im building a new computer Ialready have a case cm but I wanted to build Computer be sure the parts are compatible heres the list GIGABYTE GA-MA GM-US H AM AM AM AMD G HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E AMD Athlon II X Regor GHz Socket AM W Dual-Core Desktop Computer build Processor ADX OCGMBOX http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E CORSAIR DOMINATOR GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model TWIN X - C D http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E XFX HD- X-ZNFC Radeon HD GB -bit DDR PCI Express x HDCP Ready CrossFireX Support Video Card http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Rosewill Libertas Series LIB- W Continuous C PLUS Certified Full Modular ATX V v EPS V v SLI Ready http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Western Digital Caviar Black WD AALS GB RPM SATA Gb s quot Hard Drive -Bare Drive http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Sony Optiarc CD DVD Burner Black SATA Model AD- S- B - OEM http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Microsoft Windows Home Premium -bit -Pack for System Builders - OEM Acer G HBbd Black quot ms Widescreen LCD Monitor Item N E http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Please reply as soon as possible nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/computer-build.951745/
Gday, I am looking at building a new gaming computer (having it built for me) unfortunatly I havent kept up will all the latest tech specs, so I have no idea what are the best parts to add.
I have had a bit of a search on the net and have come up with the following parts.
•Intel Core i5 760 quad-core processor
•ASUS P7P55 LX motherboard
•Radeon 6870 video card
•4GB PC10600 DDR3 memory
•Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB hard disk drive
Is there anything here that is a bad idea?
I want a fast gaming computer that will keep up with the newest games and be relativly cheap.
Are there any parts that could be substituted for something better at a similar cost or cheaper?
Yes I did look at the troubleshooting guide My Build Asus M A X EVO R AMD FX Corgsair XMS DDR Evga GTX ti Ultra X W power supply So basically this is my first build I got it quite a while back but i Havent been able to use it for the past couple months because of multiple troubles that it has been giving me So it worked for awhile but all of the sudden it began to blue screen frequently After trying to fix the problem for Help! Computer build about two weeks the computer just decided to give out After multiple tests I came to the conclusion that it must be the motherboard or the cpu Dont bother telling me its a power supply problem because i know it wasn t Now I rma d the motherboard first when i finally got it back the crashing problem persisted So the only logical thing left to do Computer build Help! was to RMA the cpu When i got it I installed it and when i turned it on it would not boot So I decided to barebone it and figure out why it wouldnt post Now my assumption is that for some reason its not recognizing the new cpu The thing is that the dram-led stays solid until i try using the mem ok button as directed in the manual and then it blinks indefinitely I dont believe its the ram because it posted before i rma d the cpu So basically ive pushed by computer skills and patience of over months BS to the limit I just want my computer to work because im sick of using my programs on my laptop because of the lag PLEASE HELP ME it would mean the world if you need any more info just say so nbsp
I had a same problem with new build computer
I just build a new pc with
Intel Pantoum 4 3.0GHz Socket 478 Rohs version processor-OEM/BIOSTAR P 4M900M4 478 VIA P4M900 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard - bought combo package
and EVGA 256-P2_N615-TX GeForce 7600GT 256MB 128-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16 SLI Supported Video Card
Corsair balueselect 1 GB 240-pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 667(PC2 5300)
MASSCOOL 9U291B1M3GO 70mm Ball CPU Cooler
When I tried to install the window xp pro with new pc, it won't install complet, so I have to take out hard drive and used other computer to install window than put back to new pc
it works sometime but, three out of two it reboots
I build few pc and it works fine just this one
what can they be? i think its motherboard but, i can be wrong
please someone help me !!!!!
Welcome to TSG...You're likely to have ongoing troubles if you installed Windows while the drive was in another machine.
You can try installing the VIA platform drivers available here.
If your board has the VIA onboard video chip, its driver may also have installed with Windows. Try disabling onboard video in the BIOS, then install this driver for your nVidia card.
Tell us how it goes...
I want to build a good, fast computer...
What are some parts out there that are good and inexpensive..
What will I need to buy to get one up and running...
Hello tech spotters I hope all is well Hopefully my buddies are still here because I m trying to build a computer and I need some advise This computer is used for home use primarily gaming computer build New photos and some video work Parts will be purchased from Micro Center and New Egg I am presently looking to use the following components Intel I- processor Asus P X D-E motherboard Mushkin redline GB x GB DDR - model Allready purchased Corsair CMPSU HW modular PSU Allready purchased Windows home bit Tower HAF i think Samsung spin point TB hard drive Allready New computer build purchased I need help with a video card setup I m thinking GTX SLI or HD now then adding another to CF down the road when prices drop Whatever setup I decide on I would like it cool running yet quiet I appreciate your input Hey Capt how was dancing with the stars Did you enjoy it this year I did nbsp
The 460's will be better than a single 5870, and a two 5870's will be better than that.
I am a big gamer and before i head off to college I was curious as to whether I should build a computer or buy one from Dell. Isn't going to be a lot more expensive if i build it from scratch? WIll the extra power in the computer be worth it? What about compatibility reasons? Please answer whatever you can, thanks....
I'd suggest build. You can get high quality parts, and ensure upgradability in the future.
With Dell you might actually be able to find a similar powered machine to one you can be build to be cheaper, but it wouldn't be by much if at all.
Compatibility shouldn't be an issue a little research and everything will go smooth.
Also if you ever wanted to overclock after you've strained all the upgrades you can get out of your system (or are just looking for a "free" boost in power), a custom built one if you bought quality parts will overclock nicely. Dells probably won't.
Others can give you other opinions, but I think on this board you'll find most people will suggest building your own.
i need to build a new pc for my studio and i need a little help it has to have atleast 4 PCI slots not PCI-E just PCI anyone know a mobo that can also it need to be able to support a dual core and DDR2 minimun of 6 gigs. also intel has the new conroe out whice is better intel conroe or an amd dual core plus 4 usb and 4 firewire 800 thanks for reading this.
I have moved your thread to our Cpu`s chipsets and mobo`s forum. I have also changed your thread title to something a little more appropriate. Please use proper thread titles from now on. Thanks.
I found that: http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=412312
apart from it only has 1 firewire
I am almost finifhed building a new computer but have hit a brick wall. I put a 160gb SATA hard drive in and when i put the windows cd in and start it up i get the BOOT DISK FAILURE message.
The BIOS is set to boot from CD first then the HARD DRIVE. After many exhausting hours of not getting it to work i pulled an IDE hard drive out of a working computer with XP on it and put it in the new compter.
Now i get the message NTLDR is missing. Then after pressing enter i get the BOOT DISK failure again. I have no idea on what to do now. Please help efore i loose my mind.
Hi there I ve got a question about my computer build Mostly it s just compatibility issues or choosing one over the other CPU i k I plan on help! build Computer overclocking - do you think I d make it to GHz - I got some thermal paste and the mm Noctua NH-D GPU Sapphire HD HD it s still not on the market OR GTX I m confused because the Nvidia cards allow PhysX and I don t know if ATi cards support it Will patching solve the problem RAM CORSAIR x GB MHz I plan on getting another kit once the time comes Motherboard rd Generation ASUS P Z -V Case CoolerMaster HAF comes with pre-installed mm LED and regular mm as well as optional mm - mm slots HDDs SSDs Got myself a Western Digital MB rpm GB and a GB quot Computer build help! with the proper bracket for quot SSD to install the Computer build help! system on PSU Corsair HX I m wondering - is this an overkill or not I ve ran a calc and it recommended a Watt Computer build help! PSU but I dunno if it s accurate - I could go with the GS instead which is price Also is it possible to install an additional PSU Monitor A regular x quot - I decided not to go any bigger than that not to have FPS drops OS Windows Pro Important I plan on using this system later on That s why I want another PSU I also plan on buying the same card later on to run in SLi or CrossFireX getting a new GB kit and overclocking my k This is a pretty heavy investment and I don t want to end up wasting all of it in the next years Speaking of money while I don t have a set budget I want to save as much as possible If you could recommend some places I could go off without losing performance such as the cheaper PSU a case with as much cooling but not paying for the brand style or flashy lights that d be great Thank you for your answers in advance nbsp
I have a couple of concerns about the case which may or may not be a problem; you need to check. In the case pictures I looked at there is a metal bracket on the bottom of the case, located behind where the power supply would be. You need to verify the HX1050 power supply will fit, since it is 180 mm long. Also verify the bracket will not interfere with cables plugged into the modular connectors of the power supply. (Better yet if the bracket is removable).
If you choose a graphics card that is longer than 10.6 inches, you will need to remove the 3-1/2 drive bays behind it. Not a problem if you can use the other drive bays, or the card is shorter.
Finally, yes you can use two power supplies, but I don't recommend it. The motherboard, CPU fan, and graphics card or cards should be powered from the same supply. Damage can occur if one supply isn't working, or if they don't power on & off together. You can use a second supply for drives, case fans and lighting; though these don't use much power so you might as well just use one supply.
Right now I'm looking for a computer with...
1 GB of RAM
A graphics card that will run Half Life 2 in 1024 x 768 with no slowdown
And around a 3 ghz processer
Decent sound card
40-60 GB storage
One cdrw/dvd drive
I just need standard XP and I don't need a monitor, speakers, keyboard or mouse. The budget is around 500, a little more or little less
Is there a reliable site I can customize and order a computer like this? Also can anyone give me an estimate(if you know) how much this might be? Thanks ahead of time.
I recently played medieval total war and got addicted. I want to play medieval 2 total war, but my computer system is really slow even on the lowest graphic settings. I have a 6 year old dell with 512 MB of Ram (I have more but it won't take any more than), Nvidia 5200 FX video card, and 173 MB hard drive (most it will allow).
I know a little about building a computer, but I am far behind in the latest motherboards, graphics cards… All I know is that AGP is going out and PCI is the way to go. Can some one please help me configure a nice gaming computer that I can play this game and possibly be able to upgrade later in case Total War 3 comes out. My budget is about $750, let me know if I can work with this.
You guys have helped me before I am hoping you can help me now Alright here s the problem I have just built my first system from scratch Here s my complete build ASUS P E Deluxe WiFi-AP LGA Intel X ATX Intel Motherboard Intel Core Quad Q Kentsfield GHz SAMSUNG Spinpoint F HD LJ GB RPM SATA Gb s Hard Drive LITE-ON X DVD R DVD Burner with LightScribe Black SATA Model LH- A L- - Retail EVGA -P -N -AR GeForce GTS G MB -bit GDDR PCI Express x HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video Card Thermaltake Armor Series VA BWS Thermaltake CL-P mm Full-Range Fan build computer with Help CPU Cooler CORSAIR CMPSU- TX W ATX V EPS V Power Supply OCZ Platinum Help with computer build GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model OCZ P GK Microsoft Windows Vista -Bit Home Premium for System Builders Single Pack DVD - OEM Now here s the problem I have gotten it to install Windows Loaded provided ASUS CD Everything works until I reboot or turn the computer off Once I do that and reboot windows does not load The power comes on I can hear the Video Card running but nothing The only thing I can do is turn off the comp clear the CMOS and then it boots to a screen that tells me quot Please enter setup to recover BiOS settings Press F to run setup Press F to load default values and continue quot IF I press F I can go into the BIOS setting I have tried to set the priority boot drive as my HD but when I save and reboot I get the problem of not booting into the system fans run vid card runs but nothing on screen If instead of F I press F I can get in windows and do everything that would seem normal but when the comp is turned off and rebooted I am back where I started from I really enjoyed building my comp but I am at a loss I figure it has to be something I am doing in the BIOS setting but I don t know what I am doing wrong Please help this beginner builder nbsp
I have a case power supply wtts from a year a to want May computer build old Dell Motherboard went bad so I removed everything I have good hard drives USB card and the case is good I would like to put together another computer to be used only as a work May want to build a computer station No gaming no audio some photo editing all using the older hardware I already have Also need a network card which I do have also I can use the old OP system since it will be on the drive to be installed Even have the old ram I should be able to use Is there any place that your aware of I can go to try to acquire a new older motherboard I may also use the nd drive to install a Linux program My main reason for doing this is I want to continue using XP so I can have Front Page on the drive I m aware of being able to use this in using Virtual comp Not quite sure of what I am asking here I know what I want to do however not sure if it can be accomplished Thanks nbsp
I am trying to build a computer for the first time I have compiled a list of components I need and where to get them Unfortunately I do not have all the money I need right now so it is likely I will post an updated version later Here is the list Motherboard- Intel BOXD XBX KR LGA X ATX Intel Motherboard- URL www intel com buy desktop boxed-board embedded htm sSKU BOXD XBX KR Processor- Intel Build Computer Core Quad - URL www intel com Computer Build buy desktop boxed-processor embedded htm sSKU BX Q Video Card- EVGA Nvidia GeForce GT DDR - URL http rd ss yahoo com SIG sgve amp Sku E - amp SRCCODE YAHOODF amp CMP SPC-YAHOO P S- w Power Supply- URL www tigerdirect com applications SearchTools item-details asp EdpNo amp CatId Computer Case- Tagan Aplus EL Diablo Case Black- URL www xoxide com tagan-aplus-diablo-black html Hard Drive- GB hard Drive RPM- URL www academicsuperstore com market marketdisp html PartNo RAM- GB of Random Access Memory May not be needed - URL www Crucial com DVD CD Dual Layer Combo Drive- URL www tigerdirect com applications SearchTools item-details asp EdpNo amp Sku L - Windows Vista Home Premium- URL http www amazon com gp offer-listing B HCZ AW ref dp olp Total Without RAM- Total With RAM- I would like to know if I build a system with these parts will it function properly I actually think it would be cheaper to build this system on www CyberpowerPC com or www IBuyPower com so if you think this is the case please let me know nbsp
Yeah, looks nice, and all of this will work right? no conflicting parts?
This will be my first computer build This spec is worked on i think its what i ll go with unless theres some good ideas here i just wonted to be sure before i spent over vista so spending on these parts Intel Quad Core Q Watt G Stepping x Ghz Mb Cache FSB Quad Core Processor http www novatech co uk novatech specpage html IL-Q E Hiper Watt ATX v Temp control Act PFC Sli Cert http www novatech co uk novatech specpage html HYP- M MSI P My computer first build NEO -FR Intel P Socket PCI-E DDR SATA II Raid http www novatech co uk novatech specpage html MSI-P N F Geil Black Dragon PC - Mhz GB Kit x GB http www novatech co uk novatech specpage html GEL-BD G Seagate Barracuda GB SATA II rpm Mb Cache ms Mb s Hard Drive http www novatech co uk novatech specpage html SG- S Sapphire ATI Radeon HD MB GDDR TV-Out Dual DVI HDMI PCI-Express Graphics Card - Retail http www novatech co uk novatech specpage html SAP- Antec Nine Hundred Ultimate Gamer Case http www novatech co uk novatech specpage html ANT-NINE Samsung DVD Rom Drive SATA Black OEM http www novatech co uk novatech specpage html SAM-DVDS any ideas are helpful thanks Rob nbsp
what are hiper psu's like?
i heard very good and bad things about them ?
Ok alittle new to all this wanna see what i can do, Just built a new computer afew days ago got everything hooked up first few boots were perfect. Now when i shutdown and try to boot my screen is all weird looking like white squares and the graphics are all messed up but other times it boots fine and everything is ok. No i dea what to do here have upgraded all the drivers to 64 bit since im using windows 7 ult 64 any suggestions?
MSI 790fx-gd70 mobo
AMD phenon II x4 955 black
8 gig cosair XMS DD3
duel ATI HD 4890 running in crossfire
windows 7 ult 64
What Power Supply are you running?http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/new-computer-build-436004.html
suggestion to go a little bit cheaper please and a good computer case planning on sli later on VisionTek Bigfoot Killer Gaming Network Card My build computer Item N E Return Policy Standard Return Policy Protect Your Investment expand for options - My computer build Instant EVGA -P - -RX GeForce GTX Fermi MB My computer build -bit GDDR PCI Express x HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card Recertified EVGA -P - -RX GeForce GTX Fermi MB -bit GDDR PCI Express x HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card Item N E Return Policy Limited Replacement Only Return Policy Protect Your Investment expand for options - Instant Mail-in Rebate Card Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD Sound Card Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD Sound Card Item N E Return Policy Standard Return Policy - Instant SPARKLE COMPUTER CORP Gold Class GW-EPS DA W ATX V EPS V PLUS GOLD Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply SPARKLE COMPUTER CORP Gold Class GW-EPS DA W ATX V EPS V PLUS GOLD Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply Item N E Return Policy Standard Return Policy - Instant Rosewill RCR-IC -in- USB quot Internal Card Reader w USB Port Extra Silver Face Plate Rosewill RCR-IC -in- USB quot Internal Card Reader w USB Port Extra Silver Face Plate Item N E Return Policy Standard Return Policy Protect Your Investment expand for options CORSAIR DOMINATOR GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Desktop Memory Model CMP GX M A C CORSAIR DOMINATOR GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Desktop Memory Model CMP GX M A C Item N E Return Policy Memory Standard Return Policy GIGABYTE GA-P A-UD -B LGA Intel P SATA Gb s USB ATX Intel Motherboard GIGABYTE GA-P A-UD -B LGA Intel P SATA Gb s USB ATX Intel Motherboard Item N E Return Policy Limited Replacement Only Return Policy Protect Your Investment expand for options - Instant Mail-in Rebate Card Intel Core i - K Sandy Bridge GHz GHz Turbo Boost LGA W Quad-Core Desktop Processor BX I K Intel Core i - K Sandy Bridge GHz GHz Turbo Boost LGA W Quad-Core Desktop Processor BX I K Item N E Return Policy CPU Replacement Only Return Policy Protect Your Investment expand for options CORSAIR CWCH Hydro Series H High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler CORSAIR CWCH Hydro Series H High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler Item N E Return Policy Standard Return Policy Subtotal nbsp
suggestion to go a little bit cheaper please and a good computer case planning on sli later onVisionTek Bigfoot Killer 2100 Gaming Network Card $89.99
EVGA 015-P3-1480-RX GeForce GTX 480 (Fermi) 1536MB 384-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card $284.99
Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD Sound Card $158.99
SPARKLE COMPUTER CORP Gold Class GW-EPS1000DA 1000W ATX12V / EPS12V 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply $219.99
Rosewill RCR-IC001 40-in-1 USB 2.0 3.5" Internal Card Reader w/ USB Port / Extra Silver Face Plate $16.99
CORSAIR DOMINATOR 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model CMP8GX3M2A1600C9 $114.99
GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD7-B3 LGA 1155 Intel P67 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard $289.99
Intel Core i7-2600K Sandy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo Boost) LGA 1155 95W Quad-Core Desktop Processor BX80623I72600K $314.99
CORSAIR CWCH60 Hydro Series H60 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler $69.98
Subtotal: $1,560.90Click to expand...
It would help if you could give us a general idea how much you're trying to knock off the cost of this build.
I am going to build my first computer build soon and I am looking to see if you guys think this build is good so far. And I am also looking for a cheap but good quality monitor, CRT or LCD doesn't matter so suggestions are welcome. Thanks All!
XFX GeForce 9800 GT
Ultra LS600 Lifetime Series 600W Power Supply
Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 500GB Hard Drive
Apevia X-Discovery Black ATX Mid-Tower Case
Asus M3N72-D Motherboard - NVIDIA 750a SLI
AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Processor
Had another disaster, first time using a 775 chip. My fan for the old 478 obviously isn't going to fit Imagine that
I just happened to have the good luck of being given this fan:
On past builds, when there has been the grey "matter" attached to the fan, I usually soak it off and reapply thermal paste, however, this one is a copper bottom, and I'm wondering if I should give it a go with what is there, or should I still scrape it off and go the thermal paste route?
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ok so i have a question...and i dont even know if this is the site or place to post it....but i don't know where to post it...see i have never built a computer before...and i am planning on doing so...and i have a parts list that i was wanting some people's opinion on...like if all the parts will go together..or if the power supply will support them all?
thats the link to all the parts for the build
I have read the sticky on a computer build, but my question is this what is better to get first - the case or the motherboard as this will be my first build. I just really don't know where to start.
D945GPM Intel Desktop Board with Pentium D 840 3.2 Ghz Processor.
I attached the RAM, Video Card, Optical Drives, HardDrives, Fans, Lights, Exc. and now it does nothing, it turns on and hums and the fans and lightsand everything go on but neither the on baord graphics monitor output nor the graphic card's visual output put out a signal.
What should I try?
Here is a list of things I made to do with a problem build. Follow the set of instructions under you assembled it and the system will not post.
What to do with a “Problem Build”
First are you getting the board to post [power on self test] If yes follow the first set of instructions
Board posts however there are lockups, bsod, cannot install windows
1) Since it posts, check your temps in the bios. It is very difficult to say what a “Normal” temp should be since each type of cpu [P4, Athlon, AMD64, etc] has a normal temp. What you should see in the bios is a stable temp of <55C. If the temp is much higher than that, you probably have the heatsink fan installed incorrectly.
2) If the temps are ok, pull all cards from the system except the video card. Disconnect any peripherals such as printer, scanner, usb hub, etc. Is it stable now? If so you have a problem with a piece of hardware or its driver.
3) Test the memory with a tester like memtest86. Just because you see a memory test during post means nothing. All that does is check to see if the memory is there. It does not check each memory address. Note this test is run from bootable media ie CD or floppy; there is no need for an operating system to be installed.
4) Power supply. A modern P4 or AMD64 needs a quality power supply. It is difficult to say what wattage you will need since this is dependant on many things; the number of fans, the number of hard drives you have installed, the type of video card you have installed, amount of ram, etc. A bare minimum would be in the neighborhood of 350W. The power supplies that come with many cases [however not all] are junk. Since modern systems make a very high demand on the 12V rail of the power supply, what you are looking for is something around 20+ amps on the 12V rail. Some good brands of power supplies are Antec, Enermax, Enlight, Sparkle, and some models of Coolmax. There are other quality units, however those are what I use in my builds.
You assembled the system, and it will not post
1) Remove EVERYTHING from the case
2) Set the motherboard on a non conductive surface. The motherboard box is perfect for this. .DO NOT PLACE THE MOTHERBOARD ON THE STATIC BAG! The outside of some of these can actually conduct electricity! We are going to try and assemble a running system outside of the case.
3) Install the CPU and heat sink.
4) Install the RAM (only install 1 stick for SDRAM, 2 for RDRAM)
5) Install the video card. Do make sure the card is FULLY seated.
6) Connect the monitor to the video card.
7) Connect the power supply to the motherboard.
8) Connect power to the power supply
9) Do NOT connect ANYTHING else. Make sure you have the power connector on the CPU fan connected.
10) Use a small screwdriver to momentarily short the power switch connector on the motherboard.
If all is well, it should power up and you should get a display. You now have found you have a mounting problem. The board is shorting to the case. If not, then you most likely have a faulty component. You will need to swap parts with known good units ie power supply, cpu, ram, video card.
How to mount a new board in a case
1) Remove the IO plate from the back of the case.
2) Place the board in the case and use something like a sharpie or a pencil to mark the case where you will need to install the standoffs.
3) Remove the board and install the standoffs.
4) Install the IO plate
5) Place the board on the standoffs and slide it into the IO plate. Secure it with the screws provided with the case.
Just a reminder do not buy cheap parts!!!
I have one rule.
Quality hardware and properly installed software do not lockup, bsod, reboot itself, etc
Thanks for checking guys, please read over this build and point out to me if there are any glaring errors. Thanks alot.
Case : EV Black Mid Tower Gaming Case
PSU : Coolermaster eXtreme Power 650W PSU
Motherboard : ASUS M3A78 PRO 780G
Processor : AMD Phenom X4 9950 2.6GHz Black Edition
Graphics card : PowerColor HD 4850 PCS+ Edition 512MB GDDR4
Hard Drive : Seagate ST3500320AS 500GB Hard Drive SATA II 7200rpm
*NOTE* This hard drive is OEM, can you please tell me if this is an advisable choice or not
Memory : OCZ 4GB Kit (2x2GB) DDR2 1066MHz/PC2-8500 Reaper Memory
And that's my lot, thanks a lot in advance guys.
I'm Building a New Computer so i can play Vanguard and Lord of the rings online and I cant seem to find a good Graphics Card. I've been looking at the XFX 8600 GT XXX. I just wanna know if it will be able to run Vanguard/LOTRO on Medium or high settings. I have around 150$ to spend on a card.
What I have so far -
AMD 6000+ 3.0 Dual Core
EVGA nforce 590 MotherBoard
500w power supply
250 Hard Drive
*This is my first computer build*
Do you have Vista and is DX10 what your looking for? If so you could get a 8600GTS for around $150.00
If not the 7900GS or GT would give you a better gaming experience. Also the 8600's have a 128bit memory bus and the 7900's have a 256bit.
I am interested in getting a new computer primarily for video editing, and lately I've been reading a great deal about building a computer from scratch and figured it'd be fun and a great way to save some $$.
I was wondering if I could get some pointers on what I'll need, what I'll want, and what to avoid.
And hey, since going to Toys 'r' Us for a friend's birthday present was always nearly as fun as going for yourself--if somebody wanted to pick me out a discount dream machine on newegg I'd be much abliged!
Thanks in advance.
Just wanted to know if this list of parts is good or not so good. Thanks.
The price is in the Parts List 2 picture. If anyone can beat that price with a better quality build let me know. Thanks.
The Help me computer a build new time has come to retire the current rig and I am looking to build a formidable gaming machine I am considering the following components Athalon FX- Asus SK V MoBo ATI x XT GB Corsair Mem GB WD Raptors in Raid The rest of the components will be whatever is on sale at the time Now for my questions Having never built a high end machine before how much cooling will I need Is the CPU heatsink that is bundled with the FX- Help me build a new computer good enough or should I use a Help me build a new computer third party s setup Do I need to buy a slot cooler or another fan for the case How big of a power supply will I need How big of a headache will it be to set up RAID Anyone had any experience with the RAID controller on the SK V And lastly of the components I listed is there anything you would do differently Thanks for your help I bought my last machine from a vendor so it s been about years since I built my own Lots of new stuff out there to catch up on nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-me-build-a-new-computer.277415/
Hello, I am trying to build my own computer for the first time and I don't know how compatibility works. I was wondering if these components are all compatible:
Rosewill RP550-2 ATX 2.01 550W power supply 115/ 230V CSA, CB, TUV, FCC, UL
Thermatake Tsunami VA3000BWA Black Aluminum ATX Mid Tower computer case
dimensions - 19.5" x 8.3" x 18.9"
CORSAIR XMS2 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory
XFX PVT84JUDD3 GeForce 8600GT 256MB 128-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16
ASUS P5N-E SLI LGA 775 NVIDIA nForce 650i SLI ATX Intel Motherboard
dimensions - 12.0" x 9.0"
Intel Core 2 Duo E6420 Conroe 2.13GHz 4M shared L2 Cache LGA 775
THANKS FOR THE HELP!
Everything looks good. I would get a different power supply, but that NewEgg Rosewill will likely be ok unless you are a big gamer.
Hello. I read over link590o's thread, and he was able to get an impressive list of parts for pretty much under 600$...Now, I'm not saying I would be able to even think about building this (whether or not I'll still be working from now to August is still uncertain), but I was wondering...What kind of system could you build for around 450-500$(Cost of Windows XP Home SP2 (100$ on Newegg) already deducted)? Again, since this is tentative, I could have a second job and be able to get some of these parts, and possibly raise the amount I can spend...Any and all suggestions are appreciated...
You could start with a barebones system from Newegg:
Motherboard, case and power supply for 1 price. Add CPU, CPU heatsink & fan, memory, hard drive and a CD/DVD burner
Hello ALL! just finished my computer build and keep double checking everything and i am very happy with my build and i just wanted to confirm it on the forum to fully make sure! Here is the build what do u guys think?
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Hi guys I a me new Help build computer was hoping you could help me make my choice on which parts to buy for my new computer that I will be buying as soon as the Intel price cuts take effect I have done some research and pretty much decided on these parts all of which I will be buying from a Help me build a new computer local computer store Intel Q eVGA GTS MB Seagate GB SATA II HD Liteon X DVD-RW SATA Now I just need to decide on the motherboard and RAM Here are the possiblities I ve identified for Help me build a new computer the mobo prices in CDN Asus P K Asus P B-VM The P K supports a MHz FSB but I don t know if this matters since it will be years before I upgrade again The P K will also allow for some overclocking I m not really into overclocking but if I could easily and safely overclock my q with the stock cooler and my above listed setup I might give it a try Will this be possible Taking this into account is the P K worth the extra As for the RAM I suppose that might depend on the answer to the overclocking question So here are some options all GB Crucial Rendition MHz Crucial Rendition MHz Kingston ValueRAM MHz OCZ MHz or w heatspreader Kingston HyperX and OCZ Platinum are significantly more expensive costing about for GB Any thoughts would be appreciated Thanks nbsp
I need some help. I am trying to build a machine using my friends Compaq Presario motherboard, processor and case. I am trying to add my hard drive and cd drives to this machine, basically using the new one as a barebones kit. This seemed easy, but Isn't working right. When I booted up the system it recognized my drives, but when it went past the Compaq screen It just stopped and all I got was a flashing cursor. My friend had Win ME on this machine when he was using it and I am trying to us Win 2K. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Hey Guys looking at building a new gaming computer to replace my current set-up I want to build a new computer completely so I can have this one for my family or friends when they come over Current Specs Intel i Ghz Turbo Ghz Coolermaster Slim CPU Cooler ASUS P H D-M EVO Motherboard Gb DDR Kingston Mhz Nvidia GeForce GTX GB WD SSD primary TB WD Black HDD Secondary Thermaltake MK-I Chaser Case What I m looking at getting G Skill Ripjaws X F - New Computer Build C Q- GXM x GB DDR LINK Intel New Computer Build Core i K LGA LINK ASUS P X -LE Motherboard LINK Corsair Force Series LS GB SSD LINK Western Digital WD Black TB WD FZEX LINK Corsair RM- Plus Gold Power Supply LINK Corsair Carbide R Black Mid-Tower Gaming Case LINK Cooler Master Hyper CPU Cooler LINK I was looking at setting up crossfire although this would be the first time I ve tried a Crossfire SLI set-up But I was looking at getting Gigabyte Radeon R X Overclocked GB LINK I live in Australia so sadly I m pretty limited to what I can get and its even worse in Western Australia I was also wondering what you guys would recommend for case cooling I ve never done and liquid cooling before and would prefer to just fill up all fan slots on the case if possible Thanks guys Flyer nbsp
Hey all Made an account for advice and reassurance First Computer Build on my first build I ve worked with computers for years but I ve First Computer Build always been on the software side I m jumping into a bit of a challenge here and I d appreciate any help you give I m turning my red-ringed xbox into a HTPC with blu-ray Furthermore I want it to look stock I started this with no knowledge of what I was doing and through a lot of magazines online First Computer Build articles and pestering people I work with I ve compiled a near-complete list of parts Motherboard Zotac H ITX-A-E http www zotacusa com zotac-h itx-a-e-lga- -mini-itx-intel-motherboard html CPU Intel Core i Clarkdale http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E RAM G SKILL ECO RAM x GB x GB -pin DDR SDRAM PC http www newegg com Product Produ amp cm re g skill eco ram- - - - - -Product CPU Heat Sink Akasa AK-CCE- HP http www akasa com tw update php lers amp type sub Low Profile First Computer Build amp model AK-CCE- HP Power Supply OCZ ModXStream Pro OCZ MXSP http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E amp Tpk OCZ OCZ MXSP ModXStream Pro Blu-Ray Player Sony NEC Optiarc BD- S http www amazon com gp product B XZM L ref ord cart shr ie UTF amp m ATVPDKIKX DER SSD Corsair GB Force Series http www amazon com gp product B N DID ref ord cart shr ie UTF amp m ATVPDKIKX DER HDD Western Digital Scorpio Blue GB WD KPVT http www amazon com Western-Digit ie UTF amp s electronics amp qid amp sr - ----- I plan to install the OS Vista or x or x I m undecided and my common programs on the SSD and keep my media on the HDD The SSD would be internal the HDD will be mounted inside the s detachable hard drive case My three biggest worries are Compatibility - Will everything work together Cooling - I ve been drafting ideas with my friends about liquid cooling with the reservoir in the s power brick Power Supply - I m fuzzy here I don t know what I need or what to look for So what do you think nbsp
Well, first off...I think this is a pretty cool project. While I'm not much immediate help, I'll keep tabs on this and contribute if and when I can.
Just wanted to say that this sounds like it will be pretty awesome when all is said and done.
Heyy guys, just looking for a little advice on building my own computer, im into FPS games like call of duty, BF3, I also like Skyrim and RPG games, And Gmod, im wanting a computer that can run at high settings, dosnt need to be ultra, just high, I will be playing at 1920x1080, I have keyboard, mouse and a monitor, all I need is the insides to be decent enough to run high-ish games, and the bigger titles,
My budget is 350-400 ish if its possible let me know but the cheaper the better .
Well, $400 doesnt get you much. If you can get the budget to $500 you can easily be talking a nice PC for the price.
Dear all I am seeking a new computer build for a Animation Gaming and movie watching purposes I am a Flash Animator and will be working on a major Flash project from time to time I currently use a laptop to do Build Computer Help with my animations but it lags whenever details become slightly too complex My laptop has mb RAM The thing is I want to know what specific hardware I need to Help with Computer Build improve my animation experience so that it won t lag or delay Does the RAM affect the lag I keep getting or is it something else I also use my computer to listen to music watch a ton of movies and play online games Basically I need something that is great at multitasking and is able to work smoothly Fast is the keyword I love a speedy Help with Computer Build computer Who doesn t Please recommend me on the specific hardware I will need to look for to build my dream computer nbsp
Okay I ve come up with a new system build probably much more updated than my last and geared more towards the New Build Computer Home Theater system although I do plan to play games on this Chassis Tagan Diablo http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E amp Tpk Tagan Diablo Power Supply NZXT PP Watt Power New Computer Build Supply SLI Support ame http www amazon com PERFORMANCE-POWER- W-CrossFire-Supply dp B G MPLU ref sr ie UTF amp s pc amp qid amp sr - ame CPU Intel Core Quad Q GHz M L Cache http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Motherboard Gigabyte GA-EP -UD R LGA Intel P ATX Intel Motherboard http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E RAM Mushkin Xtreme x GB http www mushkin com doc products memory detail asp id Video Card XFX GeForce GX GB DDR http www compusa com applications E COMPYAHSDF amp cm mmc o QztBBCjCVRqCjCVRqCjCVRq Hard Drive s Western Digital GB RPM Drives http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Optical Drive LG BLU-Ray Rewritable Internal Drive ame http www amazon com LG-GGW-H L-Super-Multi-Blue dp B Y AFCS ref sr ie UTF amp s electronics amp qid amp sr - ame Speakers Logitech X- Watts Speaker http www newegg com Product Produ grabb r- -Speakers- -Logitech Inc - - OS Windows XP Home Edition ame http www amazon com Microsoft-Windows-Home-FULL-VERSION dp B PTRU ame Chassis----------- Power Supply --- CPU ---------------- Motherboard ----- RAM ---------------- Video Card ------- Hard drives ------- Optical Drive ----- Speakers --------- OS ------------------ Total --------------- Please not that the additional OS is not figured into the cost as I may be able to receive one for free Can you guys please tell me if this mother board will support everything i m trying to put into it Feel free to make suggestions about tweaking Thanks In Advance Here s a link to my previous build if anyone is interested http www techspot com vb topic html nbsp
If I were you , I would definately not get XP home. It will only support about 3 gigs of your ram, and a google search will reveal multi-core cpu compatability issues with XP home. I would get vista 64 bit, because it will support all your ram, and in my opinion, vista is superior to XP.
Ok I ve got everything except for a hard drive chosen for my computer build I need the almost done build, Computer wonderful people from this forum to do two things for me Check over all my parts and maake sure they are compatible and Help me pick out a hard drive that s also Computer build, almost done compatible I m looking for something around - gb or so for not too much money And for the hard drive I ve been informed that OEM comes without the cables screws and evertything else Please take Computer build, almost done into consideration that I have none of those and need them http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Cd dvd rom drive http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Computer build, almost done case and power supply http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E ram http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E processor http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E R motherboard and video card I d like to keep the price close to a low so if you can help me that d be great Any and all comments and suggestions would be appreciated Thanks nbsp
I got a MSI k n g delta L MB and had a Athlon xp processor I put it together the to computer Trying build other day amp put GB RAM pc in it When I tried to start it here is what happens On the screen it says Award Boot Block BIOS BIOS check sum error Detecting floppy Trying to build computer Drive A insert system disk and press enter When it gets to that last line it makes a high low sound but not a beep When I tried to put a windows floppy Trying to build computer startup disk in it says Drive Media is MB That s all the further it will go I can t get into the BIOS I changed the CMOS battery also I have a WD GB hard drive in it that I had started to put XP Pro on one time I would like to build this for a friend that has a computer yrs old and can t afford a new one Can anyone give me any suggestions please nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/trying-to-build-computer.850043/
ok since im having problems my own computer i am looking to build my own computer i i like to build own help? my would computer? always have wanted to but now more than ever so i have some questions and maybe some of you have tips for me my specs that i would at least like to have P Ghz PCI and AGP slots i think id like AGP to be compliant as ive read alot of new graphic cards require that room to hold HDs CDRoms inch floppy i would like to build my own computer? help? and ZIP drive RAM now since ive been looking at the inerds of my Packard Bell i have now it doesnt seem to hard to build one but ive gone to places like pricewatch to look for prices for things like motherboard combos and i get confused any help on that what motherboard companies do you recommend also whats better DDR SDRAM or RD RAM or what do you recommend what are ACR and CNR slots is integrated audio ok or do you recommend getting PCI slotted audio card also does just any tower work or with certain motherboards should you get certain type of towers any help would be great nbsp
I ve looked everywhere for some good answers and well I can t find any I am building a new computer for about ish and I picked out all my parts and will order from Newegg com Than I discovered that you can t run ATi cards on a SLI Build New Computer Mainboard but I already bought a Sapphire Pro which I don t plan on returning because of its power to price ratio These are New Computer Build the parts I plan on ordering Cooler Master Stacker SE w watt PSU Bought Already SAPPHIRE HD Pro Bought Already Asus Striker Extreme Mainboard Intel Core Quad Q CORSAIR XMS GB x GB -Pin DDR Western Digital Raptor X WD AHFD GB Sony NEC Optiarc Black X DVD-ROM X CD-ROM Thermaltake New Computer Build A mm Blue LED Case Fan SAMSUNG BW Monitor New Computer Build Don t harrass me for my build lol For the tech savvy people posting up Would AMD mb crossfire combo do better than what I have here because as far as I m concerned I ve heard nightmares about that Striker Extreme and I won t be able to SLI anytime soon because I already have the HD pro And I m really fond of intel and ATI but it doesn t seem as if they make half decent motherboards with both of them I want full x x crossfire w core quad btw Or should I attempt returning the pro and pick up a couple nvidias If so any picks If you guys would change anything up what would it be I want the full out of my I could go a bit over I guess and I don t want any hiccups at all I do plan on improving it over time which is another reason I picked the striker So any help Or is my build flawless lol ok I ll be thankful for any advice Price comes out to be excluding rebate I got the Stacker on sale nbsp
I need to upgrade my home computer. I use Dells for work, but decided to give clones a try. What I want is a Pentium 4, around 3G, 512MG ram bare bone system. I would like recomendatios for a system board manufacturer, (Looked at Asus and MSI) and a vendor. (Someone who doesn't sell junk)
Have you looked at newegg?
i was gonigng to build a pc with a p GHz with HT Build Computer and this was my setup Qty Product Item Unit Price Qty x Price Linkworld Black Silver ATX Mid Tower Case Model quot - -C quot -RETAIL Specifications Case Type Mid ATX CASE Color Black Computer Build Silver Material Metal Drive Bays quot x quot x Computer Build external internal Expansion Slots Front Ports x USB x Audio Cooling System fan rear side panel fan Motherboard Compatibility ATX Dimensions quot x quot x quot Features x Blue Head Light Lamps Carrying Handle more info- gt N E SAPPHIRE ATI RADEON X PRO Video Card Computer Build MB DDR -Bit DVI TV-Out PCI Express Model quot L quot -RETAIL Lite Box Specifications Chipset Core Speed ATI Radeon X PRO MHz Memory Effective Speed MB DDR MHz BUS PCI Express x Ports VGA Out Pin D-Sub TV-Out S-Video DVI Support D API DirectX OpenGL Max Resolution bit Color X Cable Accessories S-Video Adapter Driver CD Retail Lite Box See pics for details more info- gt N E Intel LGA Pentium GHz MHz FSB MB L Cache Hyper Threading Technology - Retail Specifications Model Intel Pentium Core Prescott Operating Frequency GHz FSB MHz Cache L K K L MB Voltage V Process nm Socket LGA Multimedia Instruction MMX SSE SSE SSE Warranty -year MFG Packaging Retail box with Heatsink and Fan Notice This Processor Works with SocketT LGA Motherboard ONLY more info- gt N E Kingston Pin MB DDR PC- - OEM Specification Manufacturer Kingston Speed DDR PC Type Pin DDR SDRAM Error Checking Non-ECC Registered Unbuffered Unbuffered Cas Latency Support Voltage V Bandwidth GB s Organization M x -Bit Warranty Lifetime more info- gt N E Western Digital Special Edition GB RPM IDE Hard Drive Model WD JB OEM Drive Only Specifications Capacity GB Average Seek Time ms Buffer MB Rotational Speed RPM Interface IDE ULTRA ATA Features High-performance with MB Buffer Manufacturer Warranty years Packaging OEM Drive Only more info- gt N E PHILIPS E quot CRT MONITOR - RETAIL Specifications CRT Type Flat Square Tube Dot Pitch mm Max Optimal resolution x x Frequency fh - kHz fv - Hz Features Outstanding front of screen performance Great convenience Green Design Dimensions amp Weight quot x quot x quot WxHxD lbs Manufacturer s Warranty Phone No -year warranty with a -year -hour advance swap guarantee - - more info- gt N E Samsung X DVD RW Model TS-H B WBCH Black OEM Bulk Specifications Write Speed X DVD R DL X DVD R X DVD RW X DVD-R X DVD-RW X CD-R X CD-RW Read Speed X CD-ROM X DVD-ROM Interface ATAPI E-IDE Buffer MB OS Support Windows XP ME SE Features Buffer Under Run Free Technology Packaging Bulk sre more info- gt N E Samsung Black X X CD-RW Drive Model TS-H A WBGH OEM Bulk Specifications Write Speed X CD-R X CD-RW Read Speed X CD-ROM Interface Internal IDE ATAPI Buffer MB OS Support Windows SE ME and XP Features Reduces noise and vibration with DVA Dynamic Vibration Absorber Packaging OEM Bulk Package see pics for details more info- gt N E Microsoft Windows Professional with Service Pack - OEM Full OEM Version Must be Purchased w Hardware more info- gt at newegg and i was wondering what mobo to get i was thinking about a foxcon but in the revews they all like eather the AUIS or ABIT I dont want onboard viedo but i NEED onboard sound AND IMPORTANT THIS IS PROSSER and i dont care about the lanbut if i could i would want it but its not a nissity nbsp
I would go with a Asus motherboard avoid Abit like the plague make sure you have Sata
Get a power supply not one that comes with the case
A good power supply is one of the most things overlooked on a computer
Hard Drive I go with the Maxtor Dimond max 10 sata it the top one in the 7200 rpm range
So I am trying to build a machine and am having trouble I set the CPU on the motherboard installed the memory and video card and hooked the power and fan up I plugged the monitor in and turned it on and there is nothing on the screen The case fan spins the power light on the front comes on The fan on the cpu spins the fan on to build a computer... trying the video board spins and the little deal on the middle of the motherboard is flashing different colored lights Nothing on the monitor though I installed the floppy drive and when I turn the machine on with it installed I see and hear no activity there One more thing when I hit the reset button nothing happens Where do I go from here I have pulled the video card out and reinstalled it still the same Any help would be appreciated Here is the equipment I am using MSI P Neo FIS R Mainboard Pentium Processor GHz Kingston PC DDR MB Prolink PixelView GeForce FX MB DDR X AGP Video Card Samsung n LCD flat panel monitor Jeremy nbsp
Here s a list of my componts for my new computer I wanted to know if it was all compatible and fit together with links Case HEC R BB Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - OEM http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Motherboard ASUS CROSSHAIRV-FORMULA-R AM AMD FX SATA Gb s USB ATX AMD Gaming Motherboard with -Way SLI CrossFireX Support and UEFI BIOS http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Video computer build First card EVGA G-P - -KR GeForce GTX FTW GB -bit GDDR PCI Express x HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Powersupply RAIDMAX HYBRID RX- SS W ATX V V EPS V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Modular Power Supply New Version First computer build with Build-in LED Fan On Off Switch http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Processor AMD FX- Zambezi GHz Socket AM W Eight-Core Desktop Processor FD FRGUBOX http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Memory G SKILL Ripjaws Series GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Desktop Memory Model F First computer build - CL D- GBRL http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E CD-DVD ASUS Black X First computer build DVD-ROM X CD-ROM SATA DVD-ROM Drive Model DVD-E A T BLK B GEN - OEM http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Hard drive Western Digital Caviar Green WD EARX TB MB Cache SATA Gb s quot Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E CPU Fan XIGMATEK Apache EP-CD mm Sleeve CPU Cooler supports AM AM and LGA http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Case Fan COOLER MASTER R -BC R- FB-R mm Blue LED Case Fan http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E That s my list so all help would be appreciated If you have any suggestings that would be great or to make it any better the price is around THANKS TO ALL THAT HELP By The way this computer is mostly for gaming and school BTW I was wondering if I need a new CPU fan or diffrent one then that nbsp
That power supply isn't big enough for the 670. You need a power supply (500W min.) with +12 Volt current rating of 30 Amps (or more).
My brother is looking to get a new computer, and I have seen a lot on here about the "build your own". How difficult is it, do you have to wait around for a comptuter fair, & if not where is a good place to get the parts? My brother is pretty computer savy, and they would be sure to be happy to save money! Is there any soldering involved or just plugging in type stuff???
As always thanks!!! You guys are the best!!!
it's graduation time, i'm moving into an apartment, this computer is fine but i want something fast and reliable so i can turn this one into a computer for recording.
i know some of you have some free time on your hands, so if you want to show me all the parts i should get for a nice, fast computer, that would be awesome. i already have a monitor and keyboards and all that, so just stuff like mobo, cpu, ram, all that. if any of you could do that, that would be amazing.
thanks in advance
I want to build a computer. I have no idea on how to do this, so does anyone know of any guides that may help me? I am going to make a "cheap" computer first just for the learning experience, then maybe i'll build my dream pc lol. Thanks!
Im looking towards building my first computer and I am wondering if all parts will work together.
i have just built a tower and when i switch it on all i am getting is a bleeping noise and no picture on the monitor could you help me please
The beeping sound is probably an error code telling you something is wrong. The meaning of the beeps will vary depending on your BIOS. See the following article for more information:Computer POST / beep codeshttp://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/103421/computer-build/
Okay Build computer so I need to build a dual-core system I also need to have it Build computer super-efficient as much as possible while at the same time allowing me to OC it a bit I m going with non-integrated graphics The computer I m on drives me nuts In any case I m thinking of purchasing a C D since I hear they overclock and are much more overclockable Whether they re EE I wouldn t know I also want the system to be somewhat quiet even though I can t hear the blasted things X-D It will have at the very least - gigs of memory on it Provided I can get somebody to help me out I m also intending to install Vista on it later that is When the OS is a wee bit more affordable shall we say I have no idea when that s gonna happen In the meantime I guess I ll run Linux on it Or XP if I can find my retail CD I ll be keeping monitor mouse and keyboard so these are out fortunately Any suggestions Just so you know I ll be doing this piecemeal Budget is going to be very tight a little too tight for my liking but such is the way of life nbsp
Building a computer for a friend that i couldn t fix her Dell CPU over heated and fried motherboard also fried Below is what i have selected for to build If anyone would do me the favor and build Computer looking over and see if there is anything that you have heard and or experienced bad failures or issues w and letting me know I d appreciate it everything i ve selected i ve read the reviews and have worked w gigabyte motherboards and found no issues but my experience is limited to side project builds and fixes also a Desktop support for IT department But those are all Dell Desktops and HP blades and Thin Clients GIGABYTE GA-M PME-S AM NVIDIA GeForce nForce Micro ATX AMD Motherboard XFX PVT SWANG GeForce GS MB MB on board -bit GDDR PCI Express x Low Profile Ready Video Card AMD Sempron Manila GHz Socket AM Single-Core Processor Model SDA CNBOX G SKILL GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model F - CL D- GBPQ Seagate Barracuda ST AS GB RPM SATA Gb s Hard Drive HP X DVD R DVD Burner Black IDE Model i case and more thermal compound also on order nbsp
I am looking to build a computer as a treat/upgrade to myself.
I have had a laptop for a few years which has served me well, it's spec (that I know how to find) is AMD E-450 APU with Radeon HD grapics, 1.65Ghz 6GB ram, 64-bit operating system, x64-based processer
I would like to upgrade and build a new computer. I like MSI mo bo's, but know everyone has their preferences. Which board would be good with the AMD 64 dual processor...probably about 4200? I'm just starting to think about it and maybe start getting a few things over the next 2 or 3 mo. Just want some thoughts on it. Thanks and Merry Christmas to everyone.
I am planning to build a computer ive been looking for reveiws on this motherboard Asus p5ql pro ip43 socket 775 but can't find any.
Can anyone give me any advise on this board.
This is my planned build.
cpu e5200 dual core £62-03
motherboard Asus p5ql pro ip43 socket 775 £63-75
ocz 2gb kitddr2-800mhz/pc6400 £28-83
cooolermaster elite330 with 460w psu £51-99
samsung spinpoint 500gb hdd £44-40
gigabyte 512mb hd4670 gpu £62-63
samsung dvd rw l/scribe £18-55
could any one give me an opinion on this build
particularly the motherboard.
the computer will be used for family use plus editing home video and probably occasional gaming.
the gaming not really a priority at the moment.
Thanks for any help haddo.
Hello all Can you please help me ill be doin it too but i want to find out how much it will cost me for pretty hot computer from www overclockers co uk :) NEW on BUILD!!! Help COMPUTER Built by myslef i will need only the followin Motherboard cross fire compatibal and one that will support a good gaming cpu CPU bestish for gaming but not over ish if possible Graphics card either hot single card or goodish cards which ever would be best im not sure Memory gig of nice memory good for gaming but still not stupid price tags if possble HDD i might use the ones in my current system because i cant see any major performance probles i will get wiv doin that but what do you think it is a gig rpm drive maker starts wiv quot W quot i think lol sorry Sound IF THE SOUND ON THE MOTHERBOARD IS NOT ALL THAT a good sound card me be added Floppy will be takin me currentone along wv me CD Drive will be re-using that too mousekeyboard monitor will also be kept also the case and psu tho could someone list a psu they would recomend for this system just incase the one i got Help on NEW COMPUTER BUILD!!! :) atm is not upto it Thank you very much for the help ill get back soon with the best i can comeup with ut imnot good at this so thingsmight not becompatibal with eacother BEST WILL Help on NEW COMPUTER BUILD!!! :) BE PICKED nbsp
Right heres my quick thow together for the moment. ill get back on here to morrow to see if any one has managed to get a good one cheaper
MB-005-SP Sapphire PURE RD580 CrossFire (Socket 939) PCI-Express Motherboard (PC-A9RD580) (MB-005-SP) 1
CP-129-AM AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4800+ (Socket 939) - Retail (ADA4800CDBOX) (CP-129-AM) 1
GX-045-CO ATI Radeon X1900 ***Crossfire/Master Edition*** 512MB GDDR3 (PCI-Express) - Retail (GX-045-CO) 1
MY-007-GS G.Skill 2GB DDR ZX PC3200 (2x1GB) CAS2 Dual Channel Kit (F1-3200PHU2-2GBZX) (MY-007-GS) 1
Building a gaming computer or attempting to Heres what I put together i wanna just doublecheck that everything is Computer Build! compatible ---- totally open to suggestions though I m stuck on that processor and motherboard just for the motherboard options -- Processor http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Motherboard http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E RAM http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E PSU http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E GPU http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E CASE http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E Total - with some change after all the deals and what not I m keeping hte price under and I need some suggestions for the thermal paste right now I got Artic Silver just Also any thing about watercooling I could benefit from I d like to try itttt buuuut never messed with it before nbsp
I would like to build my own computer. Specifically, it will be an AMD based computer.
I would like to find a fairly current "how to" article, preferably on the web (including an article that YOU have used) that closely details the steps needed in order to do this activity successfully. I am especially concerned about the mounting of, and the correct MOBO/CPU configuration.
Hi I know there are loads of threads about building Build Computer New new computers all over the net but I haven t managed to find the answers to all the questions I have about the computer I m planning to build Intel Quad Core Q G Stepping - Asus Striker Extreme - OcUK x GB PC - New Computer Build x New Computer Build - Xilence w Gaming Edition PSU - NZXT Hush Case - Geforce GTX Own brand mb - Samsung SM- BW Pebble quot - Logitech Z- watts - Vista Premium -bit - Pioneer DVD-RW Black SATA - Seagate FreeAgent Desktop GB External - That s what I m planning on getting I already have a GB internal SATA hard drive which I m going to continue using and the external drive is just for a bit of extra space These are the questions I had Is there any point in having the Asus Striker Motherboard if you re not definately going to overclock The NZXT Hush case has a lot of sound proofing will that keep in the heat and cause overheating Is there any point in getting a SATA DVD drive baring in mind they re only a couple of more Is there much point in getting Vista yet Should I go with the own brand OcUK RAM or pay an extra for some Geil Black Dragon RAM I don t really want to spend much more than I already am Does anyone know if these speakers will be ok This power supply should be enough for what I ve got here but would I be able to add another GTX at a later date if necessary Does anyone have any other recommended changes Here are some links for some of the other own brand things and components which are harder to find RAM - http www overclockers co uk showproduct php prodid MY- -OK amp groupid amp catid amp subcat Gfx http www overclockers co uk showproduct php prodid GX- -OK PSU http www aria co uk Products Comp ence w Gaming Edition PSU productId I ve read that there s no difference between each of the brands with the GTX does anyone know if that is true Thankyou for absolutely any help or advice you can give nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/new-computer-build.634725/
hi i just finished putting together a new pc i have a gb hard drive that i have used before gb of ddr a pentium ht processor with heatsink and a fan my floppy disk and my cd-rw drive all on my mother board my cd-rw drive does work when i only have the power cord plugged into it but it doesnt do anything at all when i have it plugged into the IDE cable the drive is set to trying to build help!! computer new slave its on the same cable as the hard drive the hard drive is in the IDE slot on the motherboard by the way i have a ECS L VXA motherboard that supports HT the cd drive isnt by biggest problem though i finally put my stick of memory into the slot and i powered up my computer and NOTHING well my hdd light comes on but the green power light does not come on my bias doesnt even start up my computer monitor stays neutral with an orange light on it i have a mb video card from ati a radeon idk if this has anything to do with plug and play though i had pci trying to build new computer help!! cards installed on it before but i removed those and rewired my entire motherboard with the tower over again after i removed the pci cards the only card i have in my pc is the AGP Radeon i mentioned earlier could someone please help me or lead me in the right direction of what i should do thanks tony nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/trying-to-build-new-computer-help.530250/
I need other people to confirm that this build is compatible it s for a friend that wants an very nice gaming computer and I have no budget also recommend a good case that will fit all of this that sn t boring more stylized no led s or see through windows simple and curvy http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E CPU http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E MOBO http www newegg com Computer Build Product Product aspx Item SIA ST P RAM http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E VPU http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E SSD http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E HDD http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E amp cm sp Cat CD b DVD Burners b Media- -Featured- - - - DIGITAL DRIVE http www newegg com Product Product aspx Item N E POWER SUPPLY nbsp
I want to build the computer I know there is 2 popular site to buy
But I tried in pricewatch I think there is not possible for me to buy because i live in Scandinavia countries or maybe i do mistake . is just for USA or also for Europe?
please if anybody has experience ( from Europe) and bought something from these 2 sites share with us of good and bad advantages.
please inform me in both websites .
dont you have any sites in your country - if the equipment is faulty may be a lot less hassel
also you may have to pay import tax or duty on anything from abroad - have a search and see if you are liable .
I only know about UK - and we dont have import duty but we do ave a 17.5% VAT tax that will be applied
I am in the processe of building a new computer and i realy need help with parts ect. I am trying to keep it between $600-700
Heres what i have so far
Mach speed v400 kt400 socket A mb w/xp2400 ATX power connectors 20-pin (ATX-pw)-$139.99
Sony 16x DVD-rom 40x CD-rom-24.99
Segate 120gb/7200/8mb/9.3/ATA-100 EIDE hard drive-(sorry forgot to write down price will repost the price i think it's -149.99)
OCz dual channel EL 512mb Pc27000 DDR 333 mhz (2x256mb sticks)
XFX Geforce 4 Ti4200 128mb DDR AGp8x Tv out and DVI video-119.99
Vortex Au8820 PCI sound card-9.97
i have a cable modem what kind of card do i need and if there are any compatiblity problems with the stuff i got thanks for thoughts and inf o
What is wrong with your first thread. No need to start two threads about the same subject.
about building a computer Hi i am going to be years old and i am into building computers i have learned alot computer build but im not quite shore that i am redy to yet Here is what i know I know how to bacily assemble the computer build computer I know what prosser is compatible with what board s example a LGA prosser is compatable with only a LGA motherboard know how to install cd drives flopy hdd ect know what slave master settings are and how to change them What i do not know I do not know what to do on first boot do not know how aPCI PCI express x pci express x looks different because i have only worked with regular pci and agp do not know what is better AMD or INTEL i think i know how to install indows but i not confident I do not know where the Sata Ide ata cable go into the motherboard the motherboard manual has that I do not know how to get ram to run in Duel Channel mode because i have never done it If u could help me and tell me if i am redy to build a computer I know where to shop for all componites besides case www newegg com Thank you PS IM thinking of a P Ghz -bit with gb of kinston ram with a nivida GT anda Western Digital GB hdd IDE ATA nbsp
also what is RAID and how does it work???
HEY i am going to buy a computer Me Help Computer! Build A but want help knowing if the parts are good and if not what i should get i also want to know if they are all compatible with each other let me know what you Help Me Build A Computer! think i want to purchase it within weeks so please help me case Antec Nine Hundred Tower Gaming Case with side window Black No PSU powerslupply Powersupply Antec Neo Highly Efficient W cpu Intel ATX E CORE DUO GHz MB CACHE FSB LGA motherboard Asus P B-Deluxe CORE EE P FSB PCIEI ram DDR Gig x G PC Mhz Dual Channel Geil - - - hardive Seagate SATAII NCQ GB RPM mb Cache graphics Asus EN GTS-HTDP- MB DDR PCIEx HDTV xDVI-I HDCP or Albatron GeForce GTS MB PCI Express Video sound Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Music i have logitech z please let me know what you think give me your suggestions it will really help if it helps the computer will be used for everything but mostly gaming thanks nbsp
sounds all right to me.
That budget includes the monitor, and I would prefer to buy the parts from Newegg.
If anyone has any handy list of parts that they've favorited, or if you could help me gather the right parts, I'd appreciate that. I should mention that I already have keyboard/mouse too.
arial black Alrighty, issue is this. I have a 3ghz intel p4 with 1gb (2x 512mb) of ddr memory. I have a gigabyte ga-8I915p duo pro. I'm having problems installing the OS, It's a maxtor 80gb hard drive with 8mb of cache. every time I've tried to install my os (winxp pro) it wont let me, it wont even get to the menu to start installing, it will just reset itself. if I don't touch anything it will start up, then restart on it's own. Ask me questions help you out more... sorry this question is kinda vauge just I'm really tired, and just wanted to get it working. I've never used anything, everything is brand new.
Is the CPU heatsink properly fitted on the CPU ? The LGA775 motherboards also need a special power supply connector which has 24 pins instead of the ATX standard 20 pin connector. If you have an ATX PSU, I think you have to connect the 20 connector at the left part of the 24 pin connector & then add the 4 pin 12v connector to the remaining part of the PSU connector on the board. I stronlgy advise to read the motherboard's manual before attempting this setup.
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Hey I'm going to build a new computer soon and I've already decided on the parts but I want to make sure its all compatible can you guys help me out?
List of Parts:
Computer Case: Apevia X-Cruiser 2 Silver
Motherboard: MSI NF980-G65
PSU: Thermaltake TR2 RX750W
Processor: Phenom IIx 970 3.5GHz Black Edition
Processor Cooling Fan: Should be the AMD Black Edition Copper HeatPipe EXTRA Quiet Fan.
RAM: Corsair 16 GB DDR3 1333MHz(4x4 GB)
Video Card: MSI Geforce 550 Ti Overclocked
CD Drive: LG24x Lightscribe DVD-RW
Fans: 3 120mm Fans, 1 Side, 2 back
I'm going to use my current Sata(Maybe Sata2 not sure) Harddrive and then I'm gonna buy a 1 TB Sata2 after I get my computer.
Do you guys know if this is all compatible together?
Finally finished putting all the bits into my case, plugged it in and switched it on. All fans are going so I know everything ha power (Graphics, Processor and case fans). All LEDs are going yet I have no output on my monitor - it remains black.
Th onboard POST gets through the initial bits but seems to stop on 9.0
9.0 = Complete UGuru initial process. AWARD Bios takes over booting job and yet nothing seems to happen.
What should I do as my first steps to solve why it wont work??
Thanks in advance guys
I Just Put Together A New Computer And When I Hooked It Up The Front Panel Lights Came On And The Motherboard Light Came On And That Was All.no Fans Or Anything.all New Parts.please Help.
I Just Put Together A New Computer And When I Hooked It Up The Front Panel Lights Came On And The Motherboard Light Came On And That Was All.no Fans Or Anything.all New Parts.please Help.Click to expand...
First thing to do is go back over all the connections. You could easily have a couple wires in the wrong place. Also make sure all the connectors from the power supply are hooked up properly to the motherboard.
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Do you need a six core processor?
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Hello, A buddy helped me clean it up today, thanks anyways, im sure your busy. I will check in on this thread periodically, to make sure nobody is replying if they do i can still double check everything. Again thank you...http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/193590/computer-issues-new-build/
Hello I ve been glancing around newegg for a little bit trying to come up with some parts to build a new computer I ve put together computers before but this would be my first time actually buying all news parts and assembling a computer from scratch So I m just going to list and link with computer new Help a Solved: build what I came up with and see if anyone has any better ideas or can point out any compatibility issues I may have missed Thanks Antec Sonata III Black mm cold rolled steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case W Power Supply ASUS M A TD-V EVO AM AMD G HDMI ATX AMD Motherboard CORSAIR XMS DHX GB x GB -Pin DDR SDRAM DDR PC Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model TW X G C DHX AMD Phenom II X Callisto GHz x KB L Cache MB L Cache Socket AM W Dual-Core Processor PNY VCGGTS XPB GeForce GTS GB -bit Solved: Help with a new computer build GDDR PCI Express x HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video Card Seagate Barracuda LP ST AS TB RPM SATA Gb s quot Hard Drive nbsp
Looks good. The only thing I would change would be the hard drive. I would go with a WD black series drive. These are pretty heavy duty units with a 5yr warranty. Other than that, I see no real problems.
I am not a fan of antec pw supplies since I had a few die after 1~2yrs. I now recommend corsair pw supplies for high end builds. It is up to you if you want to go with the antec pw supply. Another option is an antec case that comes without a psu and then install a corsair, seasonic, PCPower&Cooling or other quality psu.
I really need your help and hope that somebody is able to assist me in this problem I just recently built my third computer and it has been nothing but trouble so nothing far....please but computer trouble help :) and so build New far I started Monday morning and still am not up and running yet At this point I am not exactly sure what the problem is New computer build and nothing but trouble so far....please help :) to be honest - which is why I hope somebody here can help me This is a long post but wanted to include all the details -- again thank you for any help New computer build and nothing but trouble so far....please help :) it is extremely appreciated SYSTEM SPECS MOTHERBOARD Gigabyte GA-X A-UD R LGA Intel X CPU Intel Core i - GHz RAM Corsair XMS Pin DDR PC Gigs X Sticks for gigs total GRAPHICS CARD EVGA GeForce GTX GB PROBLEM S Where to start The system boots up and runs Windows it is the errors I am getting within Windows that is the problem To start with when I tried installing a video game on Monday the day I built the machine I was getting the CRC error I tried to install again and got the same error at the diffent point The DVD was brand new and there were no scratches Windows had just installed correctly from the same drive also I swapped that drive out and put in another and the game installed fine Thought it was all set at that point Then today I was transferring some files from my old drive and suddenly got a Blue Screen of Death never got a BSOD on my last build in the four years I used it so it was odd to see again The BSOD error was Memory Management I ended up getting this error three times within the next two hours Decided that I may have installed some wrong drivers and noticed Windows was running sluggish so figured I would just reinstal Windows since I didn't have anything on the drive yet As I was installing Windows I got an error that files could not be read from the DVD and I had to abort and start over - frustrating but did not think much of it I then got another BSOD this time saying Cache Management Finally I was able to get Windows to install and started installing my drivers one by one to try to figure out the problem I also removed the RAM from the system and put it back in different order and made sure everything was in tight Things seemed to be going along well so decided to install the video game again This is the game that I got teh CRC errors before but installed fine when I swapped the drives Well this time I got the CRC errors again only this time right at the end of the install I then moved onto testing the RAM using Memtest Right from the start of the test I had multiple errors showing up and figured that had to be it - the memory has been bad the whole time I let it run for passes and in total had almost errors for each pass each took about one hour Decided I would test some more this time one stick at a time Each stick ran the test without any errors at all I then tested one stick in each of the slots and still no errors at all I then tested three slots and no errors again Finally I tested the other three slots and the machine would not even POST So I went back and filled in all six slots again and ran the test - this time I have no errors at all before I had on each pass ONE LAST THING I am not sure if this is normal or a sign it could be my MoBo When I first plug in the powercord it takes extra time for the computer to start I will push the power button and the fans will start then stop then about seconds later teh computer will boot normal If I restart shutdown startup it is fine - this only happens each time after I have unplugged plugged in the power cord Is that normal CONCLUSION I am completely lost and really need your help This is my work machine and will do what I can to have it up and running for Monday I will be around and can run any test or post any logs that would help ANY HELP YOU CAN OFFER WOULD BE VERY MUCH APPRECIATED Thank You
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My dads thinking of a new computer, he would use it mainly for work on spreadsheets and over the internet so it needs to be very reliable, he would like to watch TV on it and HD movies. What components would be best value which suit his needs? His budget is £1000 max, but that includes software like windows 7 and microsoft office and monitor etc. Any cheaper though would be better. So im after best value for money components that are reliable and will last, he would also be open to future upgrades but wouldnt do so often. What are your thoughts?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/242140 CPU 76.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/173804 HDD 40.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/173122 Mem 40.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/241003 MB 50.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/240999 PSU 47.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/192756 op/BR 100.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/113946 TV 68.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/198821 VGA 65.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/143854 Case 50.00
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/174584 mon 180.00
For your consideration;
You didn't list any video rendering,editing, or the like. If that is what he does, then i would go Intel without a doubt. For what you listed however, this will handle things splendidly.
I included a 24" monitor as you said he works on spreadsheets and 24" is where you can get two of them side by side with relative ease. The total is 651.00 quid, so you have a lot of room for OS and keyboard.
Hope it helps
Im wondering if this is all compatible and a good gaming pc build for the first time builder like me
heres the part list
the mother board is the asus maximus iv extreme
the video card is a evga 560ti
the cpu is a intel core sandy brigde i7
16 gb of corsair vengance
the os is windows seven
and the abs majesty 1100w power supply
Looking to build new computer (first computer building) and i dont know what to do as far as compatibuilty and some advanced building.
P4 2.8 to 3.2 w/ HT TECHNOLGY
DONT KNOW TYPE OF MOTHERBORD WILL BE COMPATABLE WITH MY HARDWARE
80 to 160 GB HDD 7200 rpm
nivida GFOURCE FX 128mb or ATI RADION 128mb (dont know the cost\benefit of each)
CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS IM A NOOBIE in computer building.
well heres somethin i put together, its not pentium as u wanted, but a great alternative
if anyone else sees the build plz let me kno what u think
Now what motherboard should I look in too? also what video card should i get for nice graphics and has HDMI ability?
I am new to computer building and decided I need to build me a computer that will handle any game I buy for it without any problems. I am tired of buying a new game that wont work on my pc.
My question for you guys is where to start?
I know nothing about Motherboards, Processors,ETC. What are the best for gaming? I am slowly reading over the threads on here to learn about as much as i can. Everyone has to start somewhere and here I am, a spunge, ready to learn. Please help, love games, need good gaming pc.
Edit: Please use proper thread titles. Thanks.
I am new to computer building and decided I need to build me a computer that will handle any game I buy for it without any problems. I am tired of buying a new game that wont work on my pc.
My question for you guys is where to start?
I know nothing about Motherboards, Processors,ETC. What are the best for gaming? I am slowly reading over the threads on here to learn about as much as i can. Everyone has to start somewhere and here I am, a spunge, ready to learn. Please help, love games, need good gaming pc.
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The best product is the product that fits your exact needs and fits your budget.
So for us to give you suggests, please tell us how much you're willing to spend (as we already know you want to game ).
I'm new to computer building and I have made a list for all the components I will need to build my computer. My budget for this first computer build is 400-450 USD. I have all the necessary peripherals so I can use all of this budget for building the computer. I am focusing this PC as a budget gaming PC. Some games that I would like to be able to run on this computer with normal to high settings are COD4, Fifa 15, MW2 and some GTA V.
I would like it if you could please give me feedback on the compatibility of these components and just some advice on what I could improve.
Here is the link to all the components on the website pcpartpicker:
Thanks for the help!
What is your budget?
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As long as you know that you're missing your harddrive and optical drive, then it looks good.