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  • @fakuryu

    yun nga sir. wala kasi exact measurement. baka hindi masara yung side panel pag nakalagay sa core v1 case.
  • kulit ko kasi e. pero mukang kakasya nmn kasi. gusto ko sana ipilit kung uubra nmn.

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  • @jeth08

    Mukhang hindi nga kakasya sa TT Core V1. Anyway anong GTX 9 series ba balak mo?
  • @fakuryu

    Palit GTX 970 Jetstream sana. Nice match kasi sa Asus Z87i-Pro.
  • ayus na po ba e2ng build na to

    Processor: INTEL CORE i3 4170
    Memory: KINGSTON HYPER X FURY 8GB 1866 DDR3
    Motherboard: ASUS B85 PRO GAMER
    HDD: SEAGATE 1 TERABYTE
    Case: AEROCOOL GT BLACK ADVANCE
    Videcard: Nvidia Gtx 960 2g DDR5
    PSU: AEROCOOL STRIKE X 80PLUS SERIES
    BRONZE MODULAR 500WATTS
  • @jeth08

    IMHO yung Palit JS ang isa sa mga magaganda na GTX970, check mo rin yung Sapphire R9-390 Nitro or palit ng ITX case? Check mo rin sana yung Cougar QBX


    @leobaleo

    *Get a DDR3 1600 RAM since hindi naman magagamit ng i3 ang RAM above 1600
    *Get a better PSU gaya ng FSP Raider 550w 80+ Silver
  • Help hingi lang po advice sa build ko gaming po sana high settings over kill po ba?

    Procie = Intel Core i5-4690K up to 3.9GHz Quad Core
    Mobo = Asus Z97-PRO LGA1150
    RAM = Corsair Vengeance 16GB Dual 1600 CL9 (2 x 8GB)
    SSD = SSD Samsung 850 Evo 250GB
    HDD = WD 1TB BLACK 3.5" SATA (WD1002FAEX)
    ATX = Corsair 450D ATX Mid Tower Case
    GPU = MSI GeForce GTX 960 4GB 128bit GDDR5
    PSU = SEASONIC S12II-620 620W 80+BRONZE
    HSF = Corsair H100i GTX Hydro Series CPU Cooler
  • @renzi013

    *Gigabyte Z97X Gaming 5 - 7900php
    *RAM any DDR3 1600cl9 and above 8gb 4x2
    *Any other case aside sa 450D? Maganda nga sya pero medyo pricey, marami din magaganda na ibang case for less than the price ng 450D, yung Carbide 300R Window at Thermaltak Urban S31 Window is a good example. Pero kunin mo parin sya kung yan talaga ang gusto mo na case.
    *Get the Seasonic M12Ii 620W PSU instead
    *WDC Blue > WDC Black (pero IMHO mas maganda ang warranty nung Black, 3 years ata AFAIK)

    Then get a GTX970 dun sa matitipid mo. Kung gaming lang din, medyo useless ang 16GB system RAM.

    -- edited by fakuryu on Jul 28 2015, 01:22 AM
  • @fakuryu

    sir should i still get an SSD? and which brand should i choose to save money?
  • @sleepygeepy

    Thanks i'll just go with Noctua NH U12S then. Btw, that rig looks sick! :D

    @everyone

    Last few things i need to know...
    1. what brand/model of WIfi usb do you use if ever you use one? directly connecting my rig to the internet is not an option as my room is far from the modem.
    2. brand/model of AVR?

    thanks
  • @fakuryu

    Type ko talaga yang Cougar QBX, hindi lang kasi kasya yung Tower cooler ko. Sa R9-390 naman, mapapagastos ako sa PSU upgrade, additional problem pa ang cooling. I'm actually avoiding AMD cards right now. Namatay na ang 7950 ko dahil na din siguro sa constant 80c GPU temp while gaming. Hindi din kasi maganda yung cooling design ng card na binili ko. So eto medyo nadala na, try ko naman Nvidia.
  • Guys hingi po sana ako ng advice.

    mag bbuild sana ako ng new pc exclusively for TERA Online and DOTA 2

    eto system req ng TERA Online:

    Operating System: Windows 7 (Latest Service Pack)
    Processor Speed: AMD Athlon 64 x2 6000+ OR Intel Core2Duo E6750
    Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 3870 OR Nvidia GeForce 8800GT
    Memory RAM: 4GB
    DirectX Version: 9.0C or Greater
    Hard Drive Space: Roughly 70GB Free to install; 35GB free once installed.
    *Windows XP 64-bit is not supported

    Any suggestions sa build? yung lowest cost possible sana.

    ireegalo ko kasi sana sa brother ko. very low kasi ang budget ko.

    wag nalang isali sa build ang Hard Drive, Casing, monitor, kb at mouse. meron na kasi ako nyan.

    Thank you sa mga sasagot. :)
  • @xian_6

    1. what brand/model of WIfi usb do you use if ever you use one? directly connecting my rig to the internet is not an option as my room is far from the modem.


    How far? IMHO get some CAT6 cables :D

    2. brand/model of AVR?


    Panther


    @renzi013

    should i still get an SSD? and which brand should i choose to save money?


    It is up to you sir kung kailangan mo ng SSD, pero malaki talaga ang difference sa boot up times at loading speed vs normal HDD. Maganda na yang Samsung Evo na napili mo


    @jeth08

    Ano yung HD7950 mo? Anyway yung Sapphire coolers IMHO ay isa sa mga the best coolers sa business.
  • @eisenx

    Gaano kababa yung budget mo?
  • Helo ano magnda kunin dito bago lang sa isang online seller.. Bali saknya ko na bibilhin lahat...

    LG 24GM77 24″ LED IPS 144hz ,13999.00

    ₱10,850.00
    LG 25UM65 25″ LED IPS 2560×1080 Dvi Hdmi Dp

    Palit 750 ti lang naman gamit ko at i3 4170...

    Salamat..
  • Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB\\₱2,499.00
    Thermaltake Versa H25 (CA-1C2-00M1WN-00) Windowed \\\1,950.00
    Intel Core i3-4170 3.70GHz (Dual Core) Haswell Refresh Processor \\\₱5,050.00
    Palit Geforce GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual 2GB GDDR5\\\₱6,550.00
    Gigabyte GA-H97M-D3H ///₱4,200.00
    Deepcool Wind Blade 120 Blue LED 2pcs. ₱400.00
    FSP Raider 550W 80Plus SILVER Power Supply \\₱2,590.00
    Deepcool Gammaxx 400 CPU Cooler///₱1,200.00
    LiteOn IHAS124 24x Multi Format DVDWriter ///₱850.00
    Gskill RipjawsX 8GB Dual 1600 CL9 (F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL) ₱2,980.00
    Creative Gigaworks T40 Series II 2.0. //₱6,250.00
    LG 25UM65 25" LED IPS 2560x1080 Dvi Hdmi Dp\\\₱10,850.00
    Cooler Master Storm QuickFire Pro- MX Brown / ₱4,000.00

    Cart Totals

    Subtotal ₱49,369.00

    Boss go na to?? Uwe na pinas this august eh... Buo na to tlga

    May 500gb pala ko 850 evo ssd....
    Low to med lang naman games ko :)
  • @Dota2Pointblank

    Dito mo ba bibilhin lahat yan?
  • @kid05daniel
    Thanks for the help sir. Looks like I'll go with this one:
    CPU: Intel Core i5 4690 = 9795.00
    HSF: (Intel Stock HSF)
    MOB: ASUS B85M-GAMER = 3,3340
    RAM: G.Skill RipjawsX 4GBx2 DDR3-1600 CL9 (F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL) = 3,190.00
    HDD: WD Caviar Blue 1TB 64MB (WD10EZEX) = 2,499.00
    VGA: Palit GeForce GTX 970 JetStream 4GB GDDR5 256-Bit = 15,900.00
    PSU: Seasonic M12II-620 EVO 620W 80Plus Bronze Modular = 3,560.00
    ATX: Cooler Master N300 Clear Side Micro-ATX = 2,330.00

    Yes everything looks ok and compatible lahat ng components. Good luck with your build :-)
  • @kayoken
    maraming salamat sa pag sagot alam ko madami din nag aabang sa mga sasagot sa tanong ko kasi madaming interesado sa g3258 aniv ed na proc. maganda yung na recommend mo na g1. sniper m5 naka sale sya ngayon. malaki ba pinag kaiba nya sa Z97 vs sa Z87? TIA

    Actually konti lang naman difference ng Z97 chipset over Z87 chipset. Yung Z97 may compatibility with Broadwell processors and meron siyang M.2 ports for M.2 type SSD. Para sa akin negligible narin ang differences kasi mukhang hindi magiging available ang Broadwell processors dito for desktop and may SATA ports naman ang Z87 for SSD use.

    Malaki ang feature set ng Gigabyte G1 Sniper M5 and I feel na better buy siya over a budget Z97 motherboard costing below Php 6K.

    Isipin mo nalang na nakabili ka ng Gigabyte Micro-ATX motherboard na ka-level ni ASUS ROG Maximus VI Gene for only Php 5.9K hehe :-)
  • @Dota2Pointblank

    stock hsf na lang gamitin nyo sa i3. dagdag nyo na lang yung 1200 sa gpu. Gigabyte R7 370 Windforce OC Ed 2gb 7240 lang.
  • @jeth08

    I think hindi kakasiya ang Palit GTX 970 JetStream sa Thermaltake V1... or at least kakasiya siya but hindi mo masasara ang sidepanel:

    Thermaltake V1 with Palit GTX 980 JetStream
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    Pero dito naman nagkasiya ata ang reference model?
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    Para safe I suggest go with a slimmer videocard like MSI GTX 970 Gaming or the ASUS STRIX version (ASUS STRIX fits).

    -- edited by sleepygeepy on Jul 28 2015, 03:48 AM
  • @renzi013
    Help hingi lang po advice sa build ko gaming po sana high settings over kill po ba?

    Procie = Intel Core i5-4690K up to 3.9GHz Quad Core
    Mobo = Asus Z97-PRO LGA1150
    RAM = Corsair Vengeance 16GB Dual 1600 CL9 (2 x 8GB)
    SSD = SSD Samsung 850 Evo 250GB
    HDD = WD 1TB BLACK 3.5" SATA (WD1002FAEX)
    ATX = Corsair 450D ATX Mid Tower Case
    GPU = MSI GeForce GTX 960 4GB 128bit GDDR5
    PSU = SEASONIC S12II-620 620W 80+BRONZE
    HSF = Corsair H100i GTX Hydro Series CPU Cooler


    Hi sir, sa tingin ko with your budget you can upgrade the videocard to GTX 970. Here's a sample build na similar specs baka magustuhan mo lang :-)

    CPU: Intel Core i5-4690K = 10,650.00
    HSF: Noctua NH-U12S = 2,800.00
    MOB: Gigabyte GA-G1.Sniper M5 = 5,950.00
    RAM: G.Skill RipjawsX 8GBx2 DDR3-1866 CL9 (F3-1866C9D-16GXM) = 5,450.00
    HDD: WD Caviar Blue 1TB 64MB (WD10EZEX) = 2,499.00
    SSD: Crucial BX100 250GB SATA (CT250BX100SSD1) = 4,600
    VGA: Palit GTX 970 JetStream 4GB GDDR5 256-Bit = 15,800.00
    PSU: Seasonic M12II-620 EVO 620W 80Plus Bronze Modular = 3,680.00
    ATX: Corsair Obsidian Series 350D Windowed Micro ATX = 5,400.00

    TOTAL = 56,829.00

    How much is your budget BTW? If you omit the SSD, go with 8GB of memory, and go with a more affordable case + CPU cooler, I think we can fit a GTX 980 in there :-)
  • @fakuryu

    Powercolor 7950. Yung dual fan version. Actually sa mga review na nakita ko, bilib nga ako sa Sapphire. Lalo na yung Nitro series. I'm even considering to stepdown sa Sapphire R9 380 Nitro from GTX 970. Makakatipid pa ako. Worth kaya? Yung heat issue lang kasi talaga ng AMD cards in general ang pumipigil sa akin. Lalo na naka SFF pa ako.

    @sleepygeepy

    My fears came true! Actually hindi yan Core V1 (based sa PSU design, parang Cooler Master yan). Pero it has about the same thickness. Hindi nga pwede. Thanks for confirming. And yes, yung blower type yung nsa 2nd pic.

    Maybe I'll go for MSI, but the price premium! Only in the Philippines yata ang pricing na 'to! As for Asus naman, medyo negative ang feedback na nababasa ko dyan. Or maybe Sapphire R9 380 Nitro na nga lang? Naloko na, perfect plan got ruined!
  • @jeth08
    My fears came true! Actually hindi yan Core V1 (based sa PSU design, parang Cooler Master yan). Pero it has about the same thickness. Hindi nga pwede. Thanks for confirming. And yes, yung blower type yung nsa 2nd pic.

    Maybe I'll go for MSI, but the price premium! Only in the Philippines yata ang pricing na 'to! As for Asus naman, medyo negative ang feedback na nababasa ko dyan. Or maybe Sapphire R9 380 Nitro na nga lang? Naloko na, perfect plan got ruined!

    Sorry to hear that sir. I checked in PC Part Picker and can confirm the following GTX 970 videocards fit the case:

    - Zotac GTX 970 = <click here for link>
    - ASUS STRIX GTX 970 = <click here for link>
    - MSI GTX 970 Twin Frozr = <click here for link>

    Nabili mo na ba ang Thermaltake Core V1 case or hindi pa? Have you considered going with a different ITX case like Bitfenix Phenom or Fractal Node 304 or Sharkoon QB one? I think its safer to go with a 2-slot videocard kasi most ITX cases can only fit 2 slots. Yun lang you will end up getting a more expensive videocard.

    Sapphire R9 380 will be a downgrade from GTX 970, maybe you were considering R9 390? Although baka hindi advisable ang R9 390 sa ITX case dahil limited ang airflow and the R9 390 can generate a lot of heat inside the case.
  • @sleepygeepy

    Yeah. TT Core V1 user talaga ako and I'm stuck with it. Segway lang konti, I have a disclaimer pala, I found the USB 3 header too tight that after plugging it to my MB, I can't remove it anymore. Hindi ko na pinilit tanggalin, baka marisa pa. But satisfied pa naman ako sa kanya kaya problemahin ko na lang kung gusto ko na sya talaga palitan.

    Going back, I'm just replacing my dead HD 7950 card. R9 380 is still slightly better than that so I can still consider it an upgrade. R9 390 is not an option for me, just like you said, it generates too much heat. Also I will need to upgrade my PSU if I opt for that. So I am really just down to R9 380 or GTX 970. Is there a possibility of GTX 970 price decrease? Tingin ko kasi, other than GTX 970 Palit JS, OP na yung ibang maganda sana.
  • Although baka hindi advisable ang R9 390 sa ITX case dahil limited ang airflow and the R9 390 can generate a lot of heat inside the case.


    Why not? The R9-390 Nitro generates as much heat as the GTX 970 Gigabyte G1 Gaming? Actually even the MSI GTX 970 Gaming OC reaches the same temps or even higher under a FLIR test.
  • @jeth08

    May makukuhanan ka ba ng Palit GTX 970 Reference? That is the same card I'm using, blows the hot air out of my case.
  • @jeth08
    Yeah. TT Core V1 user talaga ako and I'm stuck with it. Segway lang konti, I have a disclaimer pala, I found the USB 3 header too tight that after plugging it to my MB, I can't remove it anymore. Hindi ko na pinilit tanggalin, baka marisa pa. But satisfied pa naman ako sa kanya kaya problemahin ko na lang kung gusto ko na sya talaga palitan.

    Going back, I'm just replacing my dead HD 7950 card. R9 380 is still slightly better than that so I can still consider it an upgrade. R9 390 is not an option for me, just like you said, it generates too much heat. Also I will need to upgrade my PSU if I opt for that. So I am really just down to R9 380 or GTX 970. Is there a possibility of GTX 970 price decrease? Tingin ko kasi, other than GTX 970 Palit JS, OP na yung ibang maganda sana.

    From what's available locally, I see three options for you:

    Php 14999 - ZOTAC GeForce GTX 970 (ZT-90101-10P)
    Php 15790 - ASUS Turbo Geforce GTX 970 (TURBO-GTX970-OC-4GD5)
    Php ????? - Palit GeForce GTX 970 (Reference)

    The Zotac videocard will fit your case and is using a dual fan GPU cooler. Many say it is a noisy videocard but if you don't overclock too much and limit the fan speeds you might be able to lessen this.

    The next option you might want to look at is the ASUS Turbo GTX 970. It has a reference style cooler so it ejects all the videocard exhaust out of the case. What's nice is it has an air intake on both sides of the videocard so it will not be starved of air even when the fan is flush against the side panel.

    Another option is the Palit GTX 970 reference version. I'm not sure if it is still available locally but it should be similar to the ASUS Turbo GTX 970 in cooling performance.

    Hope that helps :-)
  • @fakuryu
    Why not? The R9-390 Nitro generates as much heat as the GTX 970 Gigabyte G1 Gaming? Actually even the MSI GTX 970 Gaming OC reaches the same temps or even higher under a FLIR test.

    Based on specs, the R9 390 generates 275 watts of heat while the GTX 970 generates 145 watts of heat. That's a 130 watt difference.

    With both videocards (for example: Sapphire R9 390 Nitro and Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming) the GPU temps are not the problem. It's what happens to the heat that is dissipated by the GPU cooler. It has nowhere to go but to be vented outside of the case or vented inside the case. Since both the Sapphire R9 390 Nitro and Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 Gaming are using open air coolers, they dump most of their heat into the open air surrounding the videocard. We can expect an R9 390 to dump 130 watts more heat into the open air than a GTX 970.

    Inside an ITX case that has a smaller internal volume, that extra 130 watts can quickly raise the ambient temps inside the case. You can still use an R9 390 videocard inside an ITX case, you just have to make sure that case has enough airflow to remove the extra 130 watts of heat in a quick manner.
  • @fakuryu

    I will try to find. Ok ba ang temps and build quality nya? Better ba sya sa talagang Nvidia reference?

    @sleepygeepy

    I will also have a look at that Asus Turbo GTX 970. 1st time I heard of it honestly.

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