How to Build an Intel X79 Custom PC 1/2

26th of December 2012 25

How to Build an Intel X79 Custom PC 1/2

ASUS gives an overview of components selected as well as build process of an ASUS X79 PC. ASUS X79 Build List Case: Corsair Carbide Series 400R Motherboard: ASUS P9X79 Pro CPU: 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ i7-3960X Graphics: ASUS Matrix GTX580 Memory: 32gb 1600 Corsair Vengence 4Gb Quad Channel Memory SSD: 120GB Corsair Force Series 3 Hard Drive: 2tb Western Digital Caviar Black Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H60 Power Supply: Corsair Gold AX750 Fans: 120mm Cooler Master Excaliber Audio: ASUS Xonar DX Optical Drive: ASUS BW-12B1ST Blu-ray Burner

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  1. Mark Herndon 2:04 am 26/12 of 2012

    I stopped the video at the 7 minute point because I felt there was a bit too much blah blah blah and not enough close ups of the action aka installation of components and getting the settings right for the motherboard bios. Each of us I am sure want to have custom items and various options should be visualized/demonstrated.

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  2. akchronic79 2:40 am 26/12 of 2012

    Thats a great build. I went for the same result. Strong mobo/pc. Even then you could swap in a stronger cpu, but youre right with the gpu upgrade path. Cool to see similar views and interests between builds.

    What is your gpu setup? Single/SLI? Im thinking an additional 660 in sli would be beneficial, but for an extra 300 im not too sure if it justifies the purchase. The 192bit on this card is a drag to be honest..

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  3. B Davis 3:35 am 26/12 of 2012

    Video was made before the GTX660 was released. I actually just built a machine like this using a 660GTX. No need at the moment for anything more for me. I wanted a bit of overkill for the CPU/MB combo as this is the area that is meant to last the longest, while the GPU can be easily replaced as the need arises. Last PC lasted for 6 years, with one GPU upgrade, so I hope this one does the same.

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  4. cerdjee4 4:06 am 26/12 of 2012

    we’re talking about a hexacore workstation here…not a mid-end gaming rig…

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  5. MrBonami2 4:10 am 26/12 of 2012

    eh i run bf3 with 4gb…

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  6. akchronic79 4:30 am 26/12 of 2012

    X79 build with a GTX590? Way to cheap out. Who in their right mind would dish out the coin for an X79 and only top it with a single 590. Nothing less than GTX660 IMO… SLI690s if youre serious

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  7. akchronic79 5:00 am 26/12 of 2012

    Lol someones on the liquor

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  8. cerdjee4 5:08 am 26/12 of 2012

    yea, I noticed…oops

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  9. robotluke123 6:01 am 26/12 of 2012

    not all some only have 4 but 8 is common..

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  10. wsxe5011 6:43 am 26/12 of 2012

    lol they have a old bord i have a z77

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  11. cerdjee4 7:25 am 26/12 of 2012

    ah well, 16 gigs is still more than sufficient for most users

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  12. ThePresD 7:58 am 26/12 of 2012

    well now hearing all this my 16gb feelsi REALLY outdated! LOL :D

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  13. cerdjee4 8:10 am 26/12 of 2012

    I meant at least 64 gigs, but I was wrong by the way. and yes, that could be possible. there’s also an msi board that can take 128gigs…it’s not really that big a factor because there are no dimms that are bigger than 8gigs for the regular consumers, such as the likes of us.

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  14. ThePresD 8:46 am 26/12 of 2012

    What about the SRX? I heard it can take 96GB?

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  15. cerdjee4 9:25 am 26/12 of 2012

    ahh yup, you’re right…my bad,

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  16. cerdjee4 9:31 am 26/12 of 2012

    what board do you have?

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  17. amaralvictor 10:05 am 26/12 of 2012

    Not true, my mobo only handles 32GB

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  18. GingerHamster19 10:33 am 26/12 of 2012

    i know, but he does video rendering etc, he doesnt have it just for minecraft. you see no benefit from usings lots of ram in games.

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  19. Dzik Putih 10:50 am 26/12 of 2012

    when you visit elric’s pc from motherboardsorg..his ram value are 96GB…-_-

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  20. GingerHamster19 11:00 am 26/12 of 2012

    Thats just stupid really. 

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  21. Sai Karthik 11:53 am 26/12 of 2012

    GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    

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  22. bharat patidar 12:36 pm 26/12 of 2012

    If you want to build strength, you should look up on google Max Muscle Method. They can guide you and help you get the body you deserve.

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  23. Dzik Putih 1:11 pm 26/12 of 2012

    nice,,,i want this…for minecraft..LOL

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  24. cerdjee4 2:08 pm 26/12 of 2012

    all x79 boards take 64 gig

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  25. Rockdaground 2:13 pm 26/12 of 2012

    I know the deluxe version takes up to 64.

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