Well,I just so happen to have majored in accounting in college. I just elected to study for the MCSE rather than the CPA exam.
You might want to check out Passmark's Top PC Benchmark Rankings here:
PassMark Software - PerformanceTest System Benchmarks - Fastest Performing PCs
They list the individual components for each of the top ranked PCs too!
I strongly recommend the "all-in-one" liquid cooling unit for the CPU. They are inexpensive, efficient and take little room in the case. Most have 1 or 2 120mm fans to cool the liquid flowing through the radiator and a high quality fan will be quiet. From a dust perspective, the air coolers with their huge heatsink "towers" and attached fans really just gather dust and become inefficient in short order, especially in an environment where there are pets and carpeting. Since most people keep their tower case on the floor, the fans pulling cooler air into the case also tend to pull in pet hair, dander, dust, etc... With a liquid cooler, you still need to pull air into the case, but you have les surface for the dust to cling to as you don't have a huge heatsink/fan assy on the CPU.
I'm impressed already, only by seeing the specs Vlad.
No much I can add for now.
32GB RAM is enough I guess. It's the best choice for VM's.
I've read the post about the graphics... 6GB for a thousand and whoo dollars!!
Anyway try to get a pretty decent one to cope with the rest of the specs but it doesn't have to be that expensive unless you're willing to get an ultimate build.
Good luck in finding the needed parts.
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Today I ordered 4x8GB Corsair Vengeance 1866 MHz CL9.Core i7 3930k ordered !
Processador I7-3930k Sandy Bridge 3.20ghz 12mb Cache Lga2011 - R$ 1.799,00 no MercadoLivre
Now I'm thinking about the RAM...
What do you think is better, considering that the price is very similar?
4x8GB Corsair Vengeance 1866 MHz CL9 (PC 14900)
4x8GB G.Skill Sniper 2133 MHz CL10 (PC 17100)
Parts pics soon.
Post pics of the build, we are looking forward to seeing it!
Next part to be ordered in second half of april will be the MoBo. My first thought was Asus Rampage IV Formula, but I'm considering ASRock X79 Extreme9. Their specs and prices are similar.
ASRock X79 Extreme9 (Newegg): US$ 349,00 (baseline)
ASRock X79 Extreme9 (ML Brasil): R$ 1050,00 (+48%)
Asus Rampage IV Formula (Newegg): US$ 369,00 (baseline)
Asus Rampage IV Formula (ML Brasil): US$ 1175,00 (+52%)
It would be nice if I could buy from Newegg without paying Delivery Duty (DDP). That huge tax (50-60%) summed to portage costs would make those boards as expensive as US$ 569,00 (R$ 1190,00) and US$ 599,00 (R$ 1260,00) respectively, more expensive than here.
So I kind of want to add onto this thread as it's somewhat relevant, I think I'm at the conclusion of GENUINELY constructing the physical case of my puter this year my bloody self. I got to that point as it would be more time consuming and more pricier to buy an old Dell XPS 600 case (they go for around 100-150 dollars) and modify that to my liking. It might actually be better to get a giant flat piece of metal and fabricate it as I have specific needs and a specific design.