I've taken out the things that have been presistent in every person's suggestions which were the Logitach MX Performance mouse and the rosewill RK9000 Cherry MX Blue Switches keyboard. Those along with my 3 monitor setup which will include 2x Viewsonic 27" vx2770smhLED (<<or something close to that). And a single Asus 1440p monitor for my main graphics design and video editing.
After taking out those parts from my budget, I am left with about $1750-$1800 Would I still beable to make a beast rig?? I'm hoping to still have the following:
An Ivy Bridge- E processor when those come out, 16-32 Gigs of memory, and a Mobo with onboard sound and wifi (I know the ROG mobos have that but I don't know which one to choose). The rest of the stuff like the cooler, the gpu, all that stuff can be optimized to fit the budget. It doesn't have to be exactly state of the art but It should last me a good 4-5 years before having to upgrade a component.
Thanks again for all the immense help, If you could please leave your suggestions below that would be awesome! :) <3
*EDIT* If you're reading this for the first time, please go to my final post on the thread to see the list i have put together. I ask many questions there that I would love to be answered! :D Thanks again for all the help so far, You guys are awesome! <3
Hello everyone! :) Okay so I know i posted about this before but this is my last time because my budget has been upgraded.
Okay so first of all let me say, This build is taking place at the end of june/ sometime in july. Therefore if you know of any new parts released in CES 2013 that might be available to buy before the summer, please include it with your predicted price in the build.
Second of all, I've been helped out immensley by BrennanRiddell. He's on this forum, i'm sure you've seen him before :) We've been exchanging emails (mostly me asking questions) and he hasn't failed once to come back with a detailed and absolutely satisfying reply making sure that everything I asked about was answered fully.
If you haven't read my previous threads, Basically this is mostly for photography/Cinematography/Graphic design and SOME gaming. While gaming is not my highest priority at the moment, I would still like to beable to play the latest games for the next couple of years to come. Now My aim with this setup is not only to produce professional work for small freelance jobs but also to beable to record long hours of me making a design and uploading it as a speedart to YouTube. So as you can see, I will be handling plenty of large files, doing ALOT of 3D rendering (Cinema4D, AutoCAD, Maya, etc.) and long video exports. I will also be doing tutorials on things i've picked up over the years that I would liek to share online (so I will be needing a microphone).
This is the build we got up to in our latest email: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/zcHR
I would like your feedback on how to improve it while staying within my budget. This is a DESK SETUP so all the peripherals I have on the list and others you guys would like to add are an absolute necessity (although I don't need a graphics tablet, I already have that).
From Brennan's advice, I will actually be having an IvyBridge-E processor in my computer once that one is available but for now I think having a High-End Socket 2011 CPU would be good for comparison. If you have an idea about the price range, the feel free to put your prediction as part of the build. Also, Brennan said that the DualBand Wireless adapter would be an amazing component for future proofing my build (because the build has to last ATLEAST a 6-10 years) but i don't personally see the point in it. (NOTE: It doesn't have to run games at the highest asdfgjhjkl amazingness for all of its life but atleast for the next couple of years).
I really do appreciate all the effort that Brennan has helped me with so far, and to avoid annoying him further (because i'm an absolute n000b when it comes to hardware) I am reaching out to the people of TekSyndicate. I know you guys won't let me down. :) <3 So yeah, Have fun.. go crazy, and I can't wait to get tyour responses!
PS!: $3200 exchanges for ALOT of money in my native currency so spending that much on the PC alone would be completely unreasonable, and besides, what's a computer without peripherals. Considering i've been suffering from a laptop until now that costs a sixteenth of that, I really want to utilize this large money grant to its absolute extent. AND EVERY DOLLAR MAKES A DIFFERENCE! I don't live in the US so I'll be shipping the parts over (but the shipping expenses are not part of the budget - so don't worry too much).