Hardware specifications for Sandy Bridge Desktop

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I want to build a desktop computer with my new Sandy Bridge desktop system. My problem is I don’t know what kind of Motherboard, Video Card and the HDD/SSD I will install for my new computer. Could anyone help me on this?

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Hardware specifications for Sandy Bridge Desktop

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Sandy Bridge is Intel's latest line of CPU which is a great choice. For the motherboard, make sure you purchase one that uses Socket LGA 1155. This is socket configuration being used by the Sandy Bridge processors. If you will use a CPU with integrated GPU, you need to pick a Socket 1155 motherboard that has either a B65, H61, H67 or Z68 chipset on it.

If you will be using a discrete GPU, you can just get one with P67 on it. The HDD that you should use should at least be a SATA HDD. All these Chipsets i mentioned should be able to make use of all SSDs except for H61 which doesn't support SATA 3.0.

Brand and model of your HDD/SDD and discrete GPU shouldn't matter, just make sure you take what's been mentioned into consideration first.

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Hardware specifications for Sandy Bridge Desktop

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If you want to build a computer using a sandy bridge desktop system you need some information about how much will be the cost to build this one, but if there is no problem about the cost here are the some compatible parts of a computer that i can recommend you.

Four your processor : Intel’s quad-core Core i7-2600K its about $300.

Motherboard: Better to use inter Motherboard. Intel DH67BL board about $100.

Memoryor RAM: G.SKILL 4GB DDR3 about $43.

Power Supply:Thermaltake TR2 W0379RU with 500W about $50.

Hard Disk : Western Digital Caviar Black WD1002FAEX 1TB 7200R $90.

Video Card: Radeon HD 5670 about $80.

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