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PC Config Under 750$ For Video Editing/Ripping

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dranzer006    2

Hey guy's i need suggestion on buying a new pc, will be using it for encoding old my home videos to dvd and some casual gaming

i need everything expect monitor, This is what i came up

Intel Core i5 3570K 3.4 GHz 260$

ASUS P8Z77-M 200$

Corsair Value DDR3 4 GB x 2 40$

Seagate Barracuda 2 TB 110$

Cooler Master Elite 311 40$

Corsair VS450 450W 45$

Total 695$

This is the Best Price i am getting right now, ( converted from my currency with current exchange rate )

so keep in mind the price will be 20-30$ higher than newegg or other online shops.

Thanks

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Mindovermaster    858

Where are you buying from? Prices fluctuate between online stores.

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threetonesun    1,205

$260 for the 3570K seems crazy. If you're not going to overclock it, check out the 3570 or the 3470. If you are going to overclock, disregard.

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dranzer006    2

I live in India and as i said, the prices are converted from current exchange rate, yeah newegg isn't available here :cry:

EDIT

yes i will be over colocking it and i do need a Z77 chipset as i might add nvidia card later on

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yowanvista    103

You might want to add a dedicated graphics card like the GTX660Ti, integrated graphics won't make it into games. Also, 450W seems a bit low for your system, that won't be futureproof imo.

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remixedcat    2,765

Asrock Z77 pro 3 can be had for 60 in the states so that would make that way cheaper than that motherboard you picked above. I have the Z77pro 3 and it's really nice for the price. I use it with a 3570K as well.

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