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What do you think about this PC Configuration ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by madeye32, Apr 7, 2012.

  1. madeye32

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    Hello ! I have 500$ to buy a new PC . I alwready have a Video Board (NVIDIA GT 240 1GB Memory) and a SATA II HDD 500 GB !

    I want to buy the next parts for it to add:

    Recom Power Engine 450 PLUS II
    KingMax 8GB DDR3 1333 MHZ Ram
    Intel Core I5 2400 3.10 GHZ BOX
    Segotep C1A Silver
    Gigabyte GA-H51MA-D3V Board


    What do you think of this configuration ?

    I want to use the PC for MultyTasking !


    If you have any other better suggestions than this please post it here !

    But remember ... my budget for this is 500$ !


    Thanks !
     
  2. HostStage

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    I believe you can get slightly better for the budget you have ;)


    Look for a CPU with hyperthreading it is perfect for multitasking.

    Here i have an i7 860 (2 3 years old) and an i5 2500K (no HT)

    My main PC remains the old one. Thr CPU use stays quite low no matter what i'm doing. The 2500k is easily going to 60% quickly if i do too many things on it.

    I would recommand to go for i7 2700K and for the RAM i believe for around the same price you can get an higher frequancy (1600mhz) and look for the lower CAS possible

    If you can slightly increase your budget to $600 i believe you can get the same motherboard, case, power supply and the i7 2500k which is from my point of view a better investment.
     
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    Well... I only have 500$ .. and I want to buy All Parts that I posted Above .. in my country that I7 that you wrote in your reply costs 500$ so... :D But thanks anyway for your suggestion
     
  4. Derek Foreal

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    Well it looks like you've answered your own question then, you ask for better suggestions... and when one is offered you state you want to buy all parts that you initially posted... WTF?

    On a side note I second that i7 2700k, it's a beast for the price ($300) and Hyperthreading is an absolute must for efficient multi-tasking. It'll easily OC to a stable 4+ GHz and runs like a raped-ape on my box @ 4.5 GHz on an ASUS p8p67 MOBO with 16GBs of Corsair Ram.

    I'm sure with a little research on your part you can find an i7 (2600/2700) dealer online that will ship to your country in the $300 range minus the additional few bucks for the shipping costs.
     
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    Well my best suggestion would be for you to wait until you have $600 :).

    Because if you read through the line, the old PC i have is 3 years old and i'm still using it and i'll for at least for the 2 next years. It wouldn't be the case if i didn't invest properly back at the time ($800)

    By then, i would have to change the others one's CPU, and take one with hyper threading.

    Otherwise the i5 2500K has better benchmarks compared to the i7 860 but when it comes to multi tasking trust me the i7 is better and consume less.

    I'm able to run like 20 - 30 apps with great ease, including photoshop, dreamweaver, an heavy firefox with 30 tabs, opera 30 tabs, chrome 5-7 tabs, itunes, outlook, seo tools, RDC, ftp clients just to name the most obvious ones.