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  2. Fix the ASRock H81M-DGS Micro ATX LGA1150 Price

    The price for the ASRock H81M-DGS Micro ATX LGA1150 motherboard says £0.00

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  3. Bug:Fix the psu being £0

    When i select a £500 build and below it says the psu is £0 can you please fix this

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  4. AMD/Intel and AMD/Nvidia bias!

    There should be an option to choose your CPU/GPU manufacturer.

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    Hey!

    Unfortunately I have no plans to introduce any sort of bias into ChooseMyPC as I always want it to be recommending the best performing build at a particular budget.

    It may also needlessly complicate the number of options required to generate a build.

    Thanks for the feedback and if you have any other ideas feel free to post them!

    Mark

  5. Could your Sleeving Generator be Augmented

    By that I mean simply having an extra section allowing all cores to be chosen? ...fussy, yes.... but I think it would give the user the freedom to see exactly what a more complex build might look like.

    I personally had wanted to see an offset second colour, and also a single strip either side of a 3rd colour, so the simplest solution would be a colour chart for each core, including the swap buttons.

    as well (I know cheeky arn't I) as most cases are dark or led lit, a final colour chart box for the backgound would really…

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  6. Change budget range for adding windows/optical drive

    Currently the budget range is hard coded, but it should be dynamic to account for windows/optical drive being added.

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  7. Add single 780 graphics card

    For in between 770 and dual 770s.

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  9. £700 option came up no mother board price and no link

    windows unticked
    No over clock
    Optical drive

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  11. typo

    Hey man, i think it's a cool site. If i'm not mistaken in your build guide area where you are writing about what parts are chosen for what reasons, in the 4670k paragraph, in the last sentence you wrote 3570k by accident I believe.

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  12. Adjust SSDs

    840 pro isn't really worth the extra over standard sandforce drives

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  13. Love me

    Love me long time

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  14. Offer other suggestions for parts.

    I've done a few mock builds using this and it only seems to offer Gigabyte products for motherboard and GPU selections, NZXT for cases and PSU, and Crucial 8GB DIMMS for RAM.

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    This is because of a mixture of things

    a) Gigabyte make some very good motherboards at different price points. There are some other manufacturers thrown in at the low end but if Gigabyte have the best options for the money those are what will be recommended

    b) The NZXT case is the cheapest and cases only get upgraded if nothing else can be. This means that you will see the source 210 a lot at the different price ranges

    c) RAM is RAM. There is little to no difference to performance no matter which you pick so I choose the cheapest and recommend that.

  15. Intel/AMD slider

    Some of us have an irrational preference. Thanks a lot for this tool !

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  16. Bug alert.

    CPU's disappear below $820.

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  17. Work watts/amps into your formula

    Just did a quick build for $1100 and it suggests a video card with more power requirements than the PSU can provide. The direct link for the video card shows a minimum of 600 W with 42 Amps on a single +12 Volt rail. At 80+ Certified, the 620 W PSU would not have nearly enough power.

    LOVE this site though, this is really awesome.

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    Actually if you are reading the manufacturers specifications, they massively overrate the requirements to make sure that you don’t put a ton of peripherals on and complain at them.

    Also, efficiency doesn’t take away from the rated wattage as the rating is DC power, not AC. The 620W PSU will draw more than 620W from the wall.

    620W will be plenty!

  18. Create an option to disregard rebates

    I'd like to know what I'm going to pay up front. Rebates aren't always reliable, and sometimes I just don't want to bother with them.

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  20. Bug: Fix Slider Threshold

    When adjusting the slider, the recommended builds don't always make sense. Case in point, if I set it at $1500, it builds a setup totaling $1456. However, bumping the slider down to $1490 does a complete rebuild, which totals $1399. I would expect the build shouldn't change until the slider is adjusted below $1456. When I continue to lower the slider, the build doesn't change all the way down to $1400.

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    This should now be fixed, I’ve fiddled with some pricing borders/parts and cleared the cache. Due to the nature of the site, there will always be rather large jumps in builds being the sake of $10, but the behavior you described shouldn’t be occurring.

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