Tupapison's forum posts

#1 Edited by Tupapison (8 posts) -

Hello,

Im building a gaming PC and I still need to choose a good SSD, I'm deciding between these 4:

-SanDisk Extreme SSD 120GB(540 Read/460 Write) - €94.90

-Samsung SSD 830 Series 128GB(520 Read/320 Write) - €105.90

-Samsung SSD 830 Series 128GB(525 Read/320 Write) - Desktop Retail - €131.90

-Samsung SSD 830 Series 128GB(500 Read/340 Write) - Retail Notebook(Can I still use it on a Desktop?) - €124.90

-OCZ Vertex 4 128GB(560 Read/430 Write)- €129.99

-Kingston HyperX 3K SSD 120GB(555 Read/510 Write) - €131.90

My build is:

i5 2500k

Asus P8Z77-M

8GB 1600MHZ DDR3 RAM

GTX 560 Ti

630W PSU

If i just go by the numbers, the Kingston is clearly the best, but i want to make sure before making a purchase.

Thanks for your help!

#2 Edited by Tupapison (8 posts) -

Hello,

I am building a PC, specifically for gaming(mainly GTA4, WOW, BF3) and was wondering on a good affordable motherboard that will let me OC and will be the best for gaming purposes.

Spec:

i5 2500k

8GB 1600MHZ DDR3 RAM CORSAIR Vengeance

GTX 560

600W PSU

128GB Vertex 4 OCZ SSD

I was about to go for ASUS P8Z77-M,but from the research i did im not so sure anymore. This motherboard is 109 EUR, was thinking of spending about 100-130 EUR on the Mobo, maybe a little more

Thank you!

Edited post to avoid issues.

#3 Edited by Tupapison (8 posts) -

@SamStrife said:

Why am I the only person who sees this as a fake account pimping out ditech.at? Surely all you people can't be this blind?

Just because the only place to build a computer in Vienna is this page, Would you be saying this is a fake acc if I would link all newegg.com products?

Its just what I can use, and i do need help. Thats why im here.

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@Shivoa Thank you!

Thank you!

#4 Posted by Tupapison (8 posts) -

@believer258 said:

@Tupapison said:

@believer258: I do have a 1TB external hard drive.

But, the 550 will still run Wow on ultra with no hesitation right? Will i notice that much of a difference between these 2? its about a 55 EUR difference.

Or will the 550 will still run Wow as good as the 560? is the difference that much?

World of Warcraft is a game from 2004. Granted, it's had some big improvements since then, but you could probably find a toaster that can suitably run World of Warcraft.

Yes, a GTX 550 will run WoW. So will a GTX 460. Or 260. If you're getting a semi-decent graphics card, you can run World of Warcraft. I was only suggesting to go ahead for the 560 incase you decide to become a full on PC gamer - a 560 is a more powerful card.

But the GTX 550 will be fine for WoW.

Yeah, but is the 550 going to cause that for example, when i enter Orgrimar or a boss fight starts, will it start being sluggish and lag? i want a smooth playing experience without any slow down(i know fps will probably go down), for example when i start a boss fight and the screen freezes for like 0.2 secs. I dont want this to happen, if the 550 will just lower the FPS once in a while is fine, but i dont like to get stuck screens or lag because of the video card.

Just want to be sure before making a purchase,

Thanks believer258

#5 Posted by Tupapison (8 posts) -

@believer258: I do have a 1TB external hard drive.

But, the 550 will still run Wow on ultra with no hesitation right? Will i notice that much of a difference between these 2? its about a 55 EUR difference.

Or will the 550 will still run Wow as good as the 560? is the difference that much?

#6 Posted by Tupapison (8 posts) -

@LethalKi11ler said:

@Tupapison: Lol yeah you'll be way more than fine.

Yeah on sticking with a 560? Or is the 550 more than enough?

#7 Posted by Tupapison (8 posts) -

OK, made a few changes to the config.

Think this is my final build, unless you guys have any other suggestions!

-8 GB DDR3 RAM Kit, 1600MHz, CL9, CORSAIR Vengeance

-PCI-E 2.0 graphics card ASUS ENGTX550 Ti DC/DI/1GD5, retail, 1024MB

-Mainboard S-1155 ASUS P8Z77-M, Micro-ATX

-600 Watt ATX power supply, Corsair CX600 V2, 80Plus

-Processor Intel Core i5 - 2500K, 3,30 GHz, LGA1155, Quad Core, Boxed

-Solid State Drive (SSD) 2.5 "SATA 6Gb / s OCZ Vertex 4, 128 GB

I chose a cheaper Mobo), downgraded from a GTX 560 to a GTX 550 (Is there much difference between these 2? Or should i stick with the 560?

Thanks!

#8 Posted by Tupapison (8 posts) -

Ok, so im building a new PC specifically for WoW: Mists of Pandaria

Hopefully this will run WOW at Ultra settings smoothly?

Here are the specs:

Any suggestion is great!

Motherboard:

ASUS P8Z77-V LE - https://www.ditech.at/artikel/MAS90 [...] E_ATX.html

Processor:

Intel Core i5 - 3450, 3.10 GHz - https://www.ditech.at/artikel/IC534 [...] Boxed.html

Video Card:

PCI-E 2.0 Graphics Card ZOTAC GeForce GTX 560 - https://www.ditech.at/artikel/GPZG5 [...] 024MB.html

Hard Drive:

(SSD) 2.5 "SATA 6Gb / s OCZ Vertex 4 128GB - https://www.ditech.at/artikel/H2D01 [...] 28_GB.html

Power Supply:

600 Watt ATX power supply, Corsair CX600 V2 - https://www.ditech.at/artikel/N60CO [...] 0Plus.html

Case:

Case Midi Thermaltake Commander MS-I Snow Edition - https://www.ditech.at/artikel/GMTT9 [...] SB3.0.html

How is this configuration to play Wow at ULTRA settings? This should allow me to max out all the settings right?

Anything suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Ray V.