First build Finial Memos

Hi!

I Am Building a Computer. (No-S*** Sherlock)

I Want to do Many things On it.

It Will Be a Intel Based Build.

I Am Going to Start Gaming On It as I Will Sell MY Xbox.

At the Moment, I Am Not going to Get a GPU, In a Week Or too, When i Do more Research.

Here It is!

CPU: Intel i5-3570k Looking to OverClock

Motherboard: ASUS Sabertooth Z77 (I Know, I Know)

Ram: Corsair Vengeance Green 16 GB

HDD: WD Blue 500GB (I have a 500GB External Drive Too)

CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series h80i

Power Supply: Corsair Enthusiast Series 650W Modular

OS: Windows 7 Home Premium

Case: Corsair Graphite Series 600t

I Don't Have a Set Budget so Yeah.
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  1. Well, you'll need that GPU before you start gaming on it.
    With no budgetary constraints, add a 256GB Crucial M4 or Samsung 840 Pro SSD.
  2. Get an ASRock Z77 Extreme4 or ASUS P8Z77-V motherboard, Sabertooth is quite overpriced for the features it offers.
  3. Don't purchase the Sabertooth (if you do and it overheats don't say we didn't warn you) and lose the H80 for a Noctua U9B.

    What is the budget here?
  4. It seems to me that a motherboard with a five year warranty shouldn't be too prone to overheating, but I agree that it's an expensive board.
    The ASRock Extreme6 has better VRMs than the Extreme4; that's probably the one I'd choose.
  5. Onus said:
    It seems to me that a motherboard with a five year warranty shouldn't be too prone to overheating, but I agree that it's an expensive board.
    The ASRock Extreme6 has better VRMs than the Extreme4; that's probably the one I'd choose.


    It's because that thermal armor is designed to prevent heat. It actually traps it. And then to remedy the situation Asus included two cheap plastic 80mm fans that only circulate the hot air underneath.
  6. Unless you are going for some mad overclock, the Extreme4 will be fine. If you want to push it, ya get the 6 (or if you need firewire or the like).
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