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[Build Complete] First Build! I call it Serenity! Black & Blue. 450D/4690K/770

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PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Type Item Price
CPU Intel Core i5-4690K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor $229.89
CPU Cooler Corsair H100i 77.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler $104.99
Motherboard MSI Z97S SLI Plus ATX LGA1150 Motherboard $145.54
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory $86.99
Storage Crucial MX100 256GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $116.99
Storage Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive $54.95
Video Card EVGA GeForce GTX 770 2GB ACX Video Card $319.99
Case Corsair 450D ATX Mid Tower Case $110.69
Power Supply EVGA 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply $99.99
Optical Drive LG UH12NS30 Blu-Ray Reader, DVD/CD Writer $44.99
Case Fan Corsair Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition (2-Pack) 37.9 CFM 120mm Fans $39.98
Case Accessory NZXT Hue LED Controller $38.99
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available $1393.98
Generated by PCPartPicker 2014-09-30 19:47 EDT-0400
So a little bit of back story. Over the summer, I worked for a relative at his office just doing a bunch of different stuff like setting up computers, installing software, troubleshooting, doing inventory, cleaning, paperwork, managing old archives. Just intern type stuff since I'm still only in high school. He agreed to let my buy my own parts so I can build my own PC as long as the total cost was maximum $800. But as what always happens, my budget went up from $800 to $1400. I kind of needed a new PC since my old PC was a pre-built Intel Core 2 Quad from Dell way back from 2009 that was really slow. That PC was horrible at gaming because it only had integrated graphics.
The main purpose for this build was gaming, browsing, watching movies, using Plex (transcoding), and doing a little bit of video/photo editing occasionally. My main goal was to be able to play the majority of games at High-Ultra settings at 1080p at 60fps. Second goal was to be able to use this PC without upgrading anything for at least 2-3 years. Third goal was to keep it all under $1400. Last goal was to try to go with a Black/Blue colour scheme and have it look great, not "Gamey" and have it run fairly quiet.
I could have not built this PC without pcpartpicker and this subreddit and all of it's builds as my inspiration. This subreddit was an amazing resource and help along with sites like Anandtech, PCper, Tom'sHardware along with LinusTechTips, AustinEvans and TekSyndicate. Other sites like Johnnyguru, MaximumPC, and Guruof3D were a great help also.
I named this build Serenity after the ship from one of my favourite shows Firefly. I couldn't think up of a name until I looked around in my room and saw the Serenity DVD. The pictures were taken with my brother's Sony NEX-5 which is most of the time a great camera except for in extreme close-ups, and dark scenes.
CPU: Chose the 4690K because I didn't really need a i7 especially since it wouldn't impact gaming performance. Plus it's one of the best CPUs you can buy without going over $250. It idles around 30°C and under load around at max 60°C in Prime95. I was debating between getting this or the locked 4690 but decided to go with this since if I want more performance in the future I can overclock making the extra $10-20 worth it. My first choice was actually a AMD FX-6300 when my budget was originally $800. It had great performance for the price but it was inefficient and had weak performance per core. I haven't tried overclocking the 4690K yet but I probably will sometime soon.
CPU Cooler: Chose the Corsair H100i since it has great cooling performance and looks really nice. First choice was of course the legendary Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO since it has great performance for cheap but it's huge and looks ugly. I have it in exhaust and what I am pretty sure is push, not pull. The cooler doesn't really get loud under load but in idle, it's noise is noticeable. The noise is just a constant quiet hum. One thing I didn't really like about the H100i is it's short Y-Fan cable and short fan/SATA cable. The shortness made managing the cables a pain.
Motherboard: I chose the MSI Z97S SLI Plus primarily because it looked really good and was a combo with the 4690K. I might do SLI down the line and overclock requiring a Z97. My other choices were other MSI mobos and other ASROCK mobos. Gigabyte and ASUS didn't offer any black and blue mobos plus most of them were out of my price range. Another reason I chose this mobo is because of it's Intel Gigabyte Ethernet port which I prefer over something from Realtek since I plan to build a NAS and wire my whole home. Somethings I didn't really like about the mobo was it's placement of front panel ports in the far left of the mobo. Otherwise I don't really have any complaints.
Memory: Chose this set of RAM since it was blue and at the time I bought these parts the cheapest high-quality RAM. The CAS is pretty low at 8 which is good, and the set looks good. Bought 2x4GB to utilize dual channel mode and it's 1600MHz since that is the sweet spot for performance and price at the moment. Was going to buy a 1866Mhz set of RAM that was around $98 but it jumped to something like $120. Other options were other G.Skill sets, and Corsair Vengeance RAM but all were more expensive at the time.
Storage: Bought the Crucial MX100 256GB SSD since it got amazing reviews and was cheap. Original choice was the Samsung 840 EVO 128GB but a few weeks ago there was some story about slowed down performance on older files which made me hesistant to buy it. So I said what the heck, I'll just buy a 256GB SSD and decided on the MX100. It's really fast and I installed my OS and all programs on it except for games. Might dual boot with Mac OS X in the future. I still get surprised by how fast my PC boots up. The average time is about 9 seconds.
For the HDD, chose a WD Blue 1TB since it has good performance and it is cheap. Could have gotten a Seagate for cheaper but I heard Seagate isn't really reliable. Was going to go with a WD Black but I already have an SSD so why do I need a fast HDD that costs about $20 more especially since it's going to be primarily used for data storage and game installations.
Video Card: I chose the Geforce 770 from EVGA. This was the first thing I bought and I bought it around late August. I am going to upgrade to the 970 using the Step-Up program. My first choice was the Radeon 280X from either ASUS or XFX since it had really great performance and cooling for the price at around $330 at the time. I was going to buy it but at the last moment I decided to go with the 770 since it was on sale at around $320 and was slightly better. Plus I heard that Nvidia's drivers and software was better than AMD's resulting in me going with 770. I also heard that the next x70 was coming withing the next 2 months back in late August so I went with the 770 so I could use the Step-Up program. The 770 idles around 30°C and under load from games like BF3, the max I have seen it go is 55°C. The 770 is a HUGE jump from the Intel graphics I had before. I get plus 60fps on Ultra settings on every game I have tried so far (BF3, Joe Danger 2, TF2, Left 4 Dead 2). It feels so good not having to worry about settings for every game unlike the Intel graphics which couldn't even play 7 year old games at the lowest settings. Back when my budget was $800, my top choice was the 760.
Case: I chose the Corsair Obsidian 450D since it looks amazing and has a pretty good price. It has great cable management and is roomy. My other choices were the Fractal Design R4 and the NZXT H440 but the R4 looked too simple and it's side windows was too small, and the H440 looked too simple also and lacked any optical drive bays. Plus the Black/Blue version I wanted was really hard to find and expensive. Also both have been used by literally almost every build in the last couple of months. The only things I don't really like about the 450D is the 5.25 inch bay covers can not be attached to the case if the bays are in use which kind of ruins the sleek brushed look, and the area for cables behind the mobo is kind of small making it a pain to put on the side panel. Also the front panel connectors were a little short making it a pain to connect them and the front panel/mesh that covers the fans is really really easy to take off which is a problem since I have little kids running around usually.
Power Supply: I chose a 750W Gold certified PSU from EVGA. It is a really great PSU with modular cabling, Gold certification and a cheap price. It also had a 10 year warranty which is insane (in a good way). It got amazing reviews from sites like JohnnyGuru. My other choices were either the Corsair CX600M or the RM650. The CX600M was pretty cheap and got good reviews not great while the RM650 got great reviews but was expensive and the reviews were not as amazing as the EVGA PSU. I know 750W is overkill but I might do SLI down the line and I heard that PSUs are the most efficient at close to 50% load plus the PSU was pretty cheap. With the 970 that I hope to upgrade to, the PSU might be even more efficient.
Optical Drive: Chose a Blu-ray reader from LG. Optical media might be dead to most people but I have a Blu-ray collection and I use my PC as a HTPC sometimes so I needed a Blu-ray drive. Could have gone with a writer but it was more expensive. Also I bought it from LG since the ASUS one didn't blend in as nicely as the LG drive with the 450D case. The drive works great but like all drives it is pretty noisy when the drive reads a disc when it it put in.
OS: Chose Windows 8.1 Pro even though I hate it with a passion. I love my Windows 7 Ultimate but in order to fully use the SSD's speed I needed to go with 8.1. Plus with a few downloads I can get my start menu back the way I like it. I got this for free since the place I worked at over the summer had a few spare licenses laying around because the majority of people who work there dislike Windows 8 and prefer 7.
Case Fans: Chose the Corsair SP120 Quiet Edition Dual Pack because I needed quiet fans for the H100i and it had coloured rings. Could have gone with a Noctua but it is very very ugly and far more expensive than what the benefit would be. They run pretty quiet and look great but I think they emit a very low constant hum. That might be the other fans in the case so I don't know. The fans work well as the max temp for the 4690K has been 60°C in Prime95. I have them configured in exhaust for the H100i in what I think is in a push config. I would have gone with a pull config since it is easier to clean but I think that would result in the fans not being visible inside the build negating the fact that they look cool. One complaint that I have is there are no instructions that come with it resulting in having to Google a few stuff to find out which way is intake.
Accessory: I got the NZXT HUE RGB kit since it's pretty cheap and looks cool. I know looking cool doesn't improve performance but dammit I want to show my rig off to my friends. Tons of options and modes and colours. A few complaints I have is the fact that the LED strip itself has fairly weak adhesive resulting in me having to open the case all the time to reapply it. I think I'm going to need to buy some 3M tape from Home Depot to fix this. Also the HUE doesn't come with any instructions on how to use it so for a couple minutes I was getting mad because I didn't know why the colour was still white. Turns out I have to twist the knobs a lot because I though the knobs have a lock so I was only moving the knobs a few degrees.
Other stuff: I have a Dell ST2310 monitor that is about 23" and has HDMI, DVI, and VGA with a 1080p resolution. Works great but the base is wobbly and the picture quality itself is okay with okay colours and blacks. The quality becomes really bad in bright daylight. Got the monitor from the relative's office since nobody uses it. Have a standard Dell mouse from old PC and a great Lenovo office keyboard which I think is mechanical since it has pretty thick keys and makes a click when ever I press a key. Have an old Wi-Fi N card that I carried over from my old PC.
I am planning to get a new monitor within the next year so if you guys have any suggestions it would be great. Something that the monitor needs to be is non-glossy, IPS, max 24", 1080p, and has to have a HDMI port and a DVI port. It would be great if it had swivel and portrait mode abilities. I am also planning to get a Corsair K70 RGB with Cherry Brown keys and the Logitech G502 mouse. If there are other keyboards and mice you guys recommend, it would be highly appreciated.
Overall the build went very well and took about a day to finish it. Remembered to put the IO plate first, test boot out of case went well and put all SATA and 5.25 inch bay drives before other stuff. Had to build on the kitchen counter since all of my house has carpet. Didn't need to use an anti-static strap. Just used gloves and grounded myself every hour or so. Cable management was a little bit of a hassle but otherwise the build went great.
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Workstation using Cabinet Vision CAD software
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CPU Intel Core i7-7700 3.6GHz Quad-Core Processor $309.49 @ SuperBiiz
Motherboard ASRock B250M Pro4 Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard $78.99 @ SuperBiiz
Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory $99.99 @ Amazon
Storage Crucial MX300 1.1TB 2.5" Solid State Drive $267.99 @ SuperBiiz
Video Card MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB ARMOR OCV1 Video Card $259.99 @ SuperBiiz
Case Fractal Design Core 1100 MicroATX Mini Tower Case $39.99 @ NCIX US
Power Supply EVGA BQ 500W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply $54.99 @ Amazon
Optical Drive Asus DRW-24F1ST DVD/CD Writer $17.88 @ OutletPC
Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 Pro OEM 64-bit $100.17 @ Amazon
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total $1229.48
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My company wants me to put together a good price to performance build for using Cabinet Vision software. His current system includes: i7 2600k 16gb ddr3 some assortment of HDDs maybe 1TB total Quadro k1200 4gb dell atx tower case and probably proprietary psu two samsung syncmaster 27" 1080p what look like TN panels
He would like an upgrade and gave me a ballpark around 2k USD excluding peripherals. I told him I could probably make two builds around that budget so I tried to go for at most 1100-1200 USD.
As far as build help, I'd just like to know if anyone can see any points where I can optimize price for similar performance.
Cabinet Vision relies mostly on single threaded performance, so Intel's Kaby Lake architecture brings mostly increases in clockspeed as opposed to actual IPC improvement. A locked CPU that clocks over 4GHz will more than likely shred whatever work flow he performs. I relayed information between a cabinet vision representative and their technical guys and they say it will utilize more than one core for some operations, but there is a large update coming soon that will more efficiently use multiple threads. For this reason, the 7700 seems like the best choice as I won't have to buy a separate cooler if I were to get the 7700k, I also save money on the motherboard this way.
RAM is still RAM, I just like the look of the Vengeance dimms and found it to be one of the cheaper options in general discounting dimms without heatspreaders. I might look into 32GB kits that are more cost efficient per GB, but I don't think he will actually use more than what he has currently for a while.
The SSD is a little up in the air for me still. As his current PC still uses HDDs only, I think it'd be the most noticeable difference in performance to have everything on an SSD. Crucial's MX300 series continue to be a great performing and cheap option as far as I've seen, but thats 1/4 of the build's cost just in storage. I'm not sure if I could get away with just a 500GB SSD or if he will end up filling that drive.
I chose the MSI Armor 1060 6GB because Cabinet Vision is having issues with AMD's newest drivers, and still doesn't function well on older ones. Cabinet Vision doesn't utilize much GPU horsepower at the moment, but with the new update coming soon, I don't want to leave him with an under powered system if it will start to use the GPU more.
Also, I checked to see if the software utilized any advantages of the Quadro series cards, but they said there really isn't much computational activity to warrant it. This was another big point I tried to make to my company, as I was looking into getting a Quadro M2000 4GB beforehand. This alone saves around $200. Since he already has two monitors that only support HDMI 1.4, I decided getting a card with native ports for his monitors would be nice as well; he currently uses HDMI to Mini Displayport adapters.
The Fractal Design Core 1100 seems like a nice, compact case that will support more than enough hardware for his needs. I have a Define R5 myself and would like to impart a silent friendly case. Can't get much cheaper anyway.
I compromised a bit on the PSU feature wise. I couldn't bring myself to get a non-modular PSU, but the prices of fully modular ones aren't really justifiable for my own building comfort. I'd rather get a quality unit for a better price, but still keep at least some modular aspects about it, just to keep the build as clean as possible.
CD drives are basically all the same at this price point, so I just picked a top rated drive. He still uses his so it's a must-have.
Windows 10 PRO is also a definitive purchase. He'll be using his current build as a server, so I have to get a new license key. Cabinet Vision also recommends the PRO version, as there are some hiccups with the basic Home edition.
I tried my best to balance quality and performance, but I'd like to know if anyone can see any faults or better efficient parts for the build. He might consider me building a second PC for another coworker if I can get the price right. Thanks for your help! Sorry for the book.
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