Paul Bininda – Blog
10Mar/14

New Box

This weekend I built myself a new Computer. My old one (a Dell XPS 720) was showing its age even though I had been upgrading it along the way.

Components

Here are the components I used. I bought them all from amazon.de.

Case

Corsair CC-9011023-WW Carbide 200R PC-Gehäuse (midi-ATX, 4x 3,5 HDD, 7x PCI-e, 1x USB 3.0) schwarz

 

Power Supply

Corsair RM Series 650Watt Voll Modular 80 PLUS Gold ATX/EPS Netzteil (CP-9020054-EU)

 

Motherboard

MSI 7816-001R Z87-G43 Intel Z87 Mainboard Sockel LGA 1150 (4x DDR3, Intel HD Graphics, 2x PCI-e, 6x SATA, ATX)

 

Processor

Intel Core i7 4770K Prozessor (3,5GHz, Sockel LGA1150, 8MB Cache) boxed

 

Main Memory

Crucial Ballistix Sport Arbeitsspeicher 16GB (1600MHz, 240-polig, CL9, 2x 8GB) DDR3-RAM Kit

 

Graphics Card

MSI N760 TF 4GD5/OC 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-E 256 bits DV

SSD

Samsung MZ-7TE500BW Serie 840 EVO Basic interne SSD-Festplatte (6,3 cm (2,5 Zoll) (500GB, 512MB Cache, SATA III) metallic silber

 

Hard Drive

Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 interne Festplatte 2TB (8,9 cm (3,5 Zoll), 7200rpm, 64MB Cache, SATA III)

 

Removable Disk Drive

Asus BW-16D1HT Silent interner Blu-Ray Brenner (16x BD-R (SL), 12x BD-R (DL), 16x DVD±R), Retail, BDXL, Sata, Schwarz

The New System

I can say that I am quite happy with the new system. Windows 8.1 installed without a problem. The drivers provided by MSI work quite well and the overclocking tools are very nice. All in all, the system is very quite even though the case is not sound isolated at all.

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