i5-3470 Over My First Planned PC Build, A10-5800k

After reading reviews, comparisons, and asked from the experts on tipidpc.com forums. I finally came out with my final plan on my next month's new build with an Intel i5-3470 3.2ghz upto 3.4ghz. I decided to have this i5 than the A10-5800k because of processing power. i5's are compared to AMD's FX-8 core processors so I would benefit more from this with gaming, video rendering and editing. Adding Palit GTX 650 ti OC Edition to the i5 will beat the A10's 7660D + HD 6670 ddr3 in gaming performance.

Here are the specs for i5-3470 build suggested by sleepygeepy, a member of tipidpc forums.
(All prices are based on PChub gilmore, fairview, pampanga, and alabang stores)

CPU: Intel Core i5-3470 (Quad Core 3.2GHz - 3.6GHz Turbo) = 7,950.00
MOTHER BOARD: lga1155 Gigabyte B75M D3V= 3,050
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LP 2x4GB DDR3-1600 CL9 = 2,210
OPTICAL DISK DRIVE: Samsung 22x SATA (OEM) = 840.00
GRAPHICS CARD/VIDEO CARD: Palit GTX 650 Ti 1GB/128-Bit GDDR5 (OC Edition) = 6,320.00
POWER SUPPLY: Seasonic S12II 520W 80Plus Bronze = 2,700.00
CASING: Aerocool VS-3 Gaming Case = 1,620
TOTAL = 24,690

I don't include the HDD because I already bought a 500gb WesternDigital hard disk.

In this setup, I won't be getting an 20' LED because my budget is not enough so I will just be using my old 17' LCD screen.

I just want to share this set-up  because this maybe useful or a guide for you if you are planning to build a PC. No overclocking on this procie because its not an intel K series. The purpose of this set-up is for medium to high-end gaming, video editing/rendering, and photo editing. Better results when having an solid state drive and a good atleast 24' LED screen.


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