Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Current LAN Rig Kitlog, For Gaming On The Go

You don't have to follow this exactly or at all but it's a good starting point. The idea is to keep the build cheap, portable and powerful. Note that the linked sites are Australian (we're Aussies) and therefore are in $AUD, peripherals are not included in this list.

CPU: Intel Core i5 760, Intel's budget quad core is more than you'll need in a chip.

Motherboard: Gigabyte P55M-UD4, great overclockability at a nice price in a mATX form factor.

Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws 2000MHz, great value memory with amazing overclock potential.

GPU: Gigabyte ATI Radeon HD5850 Overclocked Edition, decent value, plenty of power, factory overclock with room to go higher.

Hard Drive: Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB, plenty of space and performance without forking out for an SSD.

Power Supply: Corsair HX-650, cheap, modular, efficient more than enough power and a small footprint.

Case: NZXT Vulcan, cheap case with some handy features including support for full length video cards (5970) and water cooling, plenty of airflow, fan controllers and importantly for a LAN box, a handle but weighing only 5.8kg.

CPU Cooler: Stock Intel cooler, will easily do the job and even handle a mild overclock but the best thing, it's free.
Will come with the Intel Core i5 760

And the grand total comes in at $1320 AUD, plenty left over for all the snacks and energy drinks.

Computer TechSpot


  1. I just learned something new today... thanks!

  2. Good info bro. Personally I'm running on a i7.

  3. Awesome, great info. Reminds me that I need to upgrade my hardware.


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