What do you guys think of my future build? Also Can I Transfer Windows 7 to a new ssd and other files to a new Hard Drive?

So I'm going to build a new computer with these specs:
Intel i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ 4.40GHz (1150)
Gigabyte GA-Z87-D3HP (Socket 1150)
8Gb Ram
and my temporary XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card [FX-785A-CNJC] which will also be upgraded to a XFX Double D Black Edition Radeon HD 7970 OC 3Gb GDDR5 Graphics card [FX-797A-TDBC]
Corsair Hydro H80i Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
120Gb Samsung 840 Series 2.5" Sata 6Gb/s SSD
2Tb Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 3.5" Hard Drive - HDD
NZXT Phantom V2 White Full Tower Gaming Case
TP-Link TL-Wdn$800 450 Mbps Wireless N Dual Band PCI Express Adapter
120mm Corsair Air Series SP120 Twin Pack Performance Case Fans - 3 Pin
650W Corsair HX Series V2 80Plus Gold Modular Power supply (or do I need a 750W?)
and Finally Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D - Retail. I also have Creative speakers and a dvd drive. So What do you think? Have I missed anything? and can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separately.
If you want to make any parts recomendations as well feel free (I am debating whether to get the intel i7 or i5 they are both 3.5ghz but a £80 difference)
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  1. Aaron Blenkinship said:
    So I'm going to build a new computer with these specs:
    Intel i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ 4.40GHz (1150)
    Gigabyte GA-Z87-D3HP (Socket 1150)
    8Gb Ram
    and my temporary XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card [FX-785A-CNJC] which will also be upgraded to a XFX Double D Black Edition Radeon HD 7970 OC 3Gb GDDR5 Graphics card [FX-797A-TDBC]
    Corsair Hydro H80i Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
    120Gb Samsung 840 Series 2.5" Sata 6Gb/s SSD
    2Tb Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 3.5" Hard Drive - HDD
    NZXT Phantom V2 White Full Tower Gaming Case
    TP-Link TL-Wdn$800 450 Mbps Wireless N Dual Band PCI Express Adapter
    120mm Corsair Air Series SP120 Twin Pack Performance Case Fans - 3 Pin
    650W Corsair HX Series V2 80Plus Gold Modular Power supply (or do I need a 750W?)
    and Finally Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D - Retail. I also have Creative speakers and a dvd drive. So What do you think? Have I missed anything? and can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separately.
    If you want to make any parts recomendations as well feel free (I am debating whether to get the intel i7 or i5 they are both 3.5ghz but a £80 difference)


    First of all, get a Gigabyte UD3H motherboard instead of what you've got. Second of all, please specify RAM. Third of all, I would get a WD HDD instead of Seagate. In terms of a PSU, I recommend the 750W version of what you have shown; that way, you can EASILY upgrade to CFX with no worries about power.
    And yes you can, as to the Windows question. Just unplug your HDD when installing Windows in the build, and plug it back in when you've got it all set up :) A good video on this is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_56kyib-Ls
    Get the i5, as you won't need the i7 :)
  2. dannyboy2233 said:
    Aaron Blenkinship said:
    So I'm going to build a new computer with these specs:
    Intel i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ 4.40GHz (1150)
    Gigabyte GA-Z87-D3HP (Socket 1150)
    8Gb Ram
    and my temporary XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card [FX-785A-CNJC] which will also be upgraded to a XFX Double D Black Edition Radeon HD 7970 OC 3Gb GDDR5 Graphics card [FX-797A-TDBC]
    Corsair Hydro H80i Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
    120Gb Samsung 840 Series 2.5" Sata 6Gb/s SSD
    2Tb Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 3.5" Hard Drive - HDD
    NZXT Phantom V2 White Full Tower Gaming Case
    TP-Link TL-Wdn$800 450 Mbps Wireless N Dual Band PCI Express Adapter
    120mm Corsair Air Series SP120 Twin Pack Performance Case Fans - 3 Pin
    650W Corsair HX Series V2 80Plus Gold Modular Power supply (or do I need a 750W?)
    and Finally Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D - Retail. I also have Creative speakers and a dvd drive. So What do you think? Have I missed anything? and can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separately.
    If you want to make any parts recomendations as well feel free (I am debating whether to get the intel i7 or i5 they are both 3.5ghz but a £80 difference)


    First of all, get a Gigabyte UD3H motherboard instead of what you've got. Second of all, please specify RAM. Third of all, I would get a WD HDD instead of Seagate. In terms of a PSU, I recommend the 750W version of what you have shown; that way, you can EASILY upgrade to CFX with no worries about power.
    And yes you can, as to the Windows question. Just unplug your HDD when installing Windows in the build, and plug it back in when you've got it all set up :) A good video on this is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_56kyib-Ls
    Get the i5, as you won't need the i7 :)


    i was thinking of using my current ddr3 8192 mbytes (in my current pc, bought from pc world, i know it was a big mistake :D) but that's only to try to reduce some cost, but if this is crap then i can upgrade that too, i've seen a nice 16gb corsair for around £100 i know it's a massive overkill and won't ever get used but i'm not sure which ram to get and how much :D Thanks for the fast reply
  3. U mean move win7 from an existing pc to the new one? Not if it came on your prebuilt - that license is tied to the mobo it was installed with.
  4. Aaron Blenkinship said:
    dannyboy2233 said:
    Aaron Blenkinship said:
    So I'm going to build a new computer with these specs:
    Intel i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ 4.40GHz (1150)
    Gigabyte GA-Z87-D3HP (Socket 1150)
    8Gb Ram
    and my temporary XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card [FX-785A-CNJC] which will also be upgraded to a XFX Double D Black Edition Radeon HD 7970 OC 3Gb GDDR5 Graphics card [FX-797A-TDBC]
    Corsair Hydro H80i Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
    120Gb Samsung 840 Series 2.5" Sata 6Gb/s SSD
    2Tb Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 3.5" Hard Drive - HDD
    NZXT Phantom V2 White Full Tower Gaming Case
    TP-Link TL-Wdn$800 450 Mbps Wireless N Dual Band PCI Express Adapter
    120mm Corsair Air Series SP120 Twin Pack Performance Case Fans - 3 Pin
    650W Corsair HX Series V2 80Plus Gold Modular Power supply (or do I need a 750W?)
    and Finally Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D - Retail. I also have Creative speakers and a dvd drive. So What do you think? Have I missed anything? and can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separately.
    If you want to make any parts recomendations as well feel free (I am debating whether to get the intel i7 or i5 they are both 3.5ghz but a £80 difference)


    First of all, get a Gigabyte UD3H motherboard instead of what you've got. Second of all, please specify RAM. Third of all, I would get a WD HDD instead of Seagate. In terms of a PSU, I recommend the 750W version of what you have shown; that way, you can EASILY upgrade to CFX with no worries about power.
    And yes you can, as to the Windows question. Just unplug your HDD when installing Windows in the build, and plug it back in when you've got it all set up :) A good video on this is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_56kyib-Ls
    Get the i5, as you won't need the i7 :)


    i was thinking of using my current ddr3 8192 mbytes (in my current pc, bought from pc world, i know it was a big mistake :D) but that's only to try to reduce some cost, but if this is crap then i can upgrade that too, i've seen a nice 16gb corsair for around £100 i know it's a massive overkill and won't ever get used but i'm not sure which ram to get and how much :D Thanks for the fast reply


    Just get 8 GB Corsair Vengeance @ 1600 MHz. :)
  5. J_E_D_70 said:
    U mean move win7 from an existing pc to the new one? Not if it came on your prebuilt - that license is tied to the mobo it was installed with.


    Argghhhh Oh well thanks for the heart breaking news :'( I have the product key on the PC and everything, i just read some where that you can call microsoft to cancel it and move it to a new pc, oh well :(
  6. dannyboy2233 said:
    Aaron Blenkinship said:
    dannyboy2233 said:
    Aaron Blenkinship said:
    So I'm going to build a new computer with these specs:
    Intel i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ 4.40GHz (1150)
    Gigabyte GA-Z87-D3HP (Socket 1150)
    8Gb Ram
    and my temporary XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card [FX-785A-CNJC] which will also be upgraded to a XFX Double D Black Edition Radeon HD 7970 OC 3Gb GDDR5 Graphics card [FX-797A-TDBC]
    Corsair Hydro H80i Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
    120Gb Samsung 840 Series 2.5" Sata 6Gb/s SSD
    2Tb Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 3.5" Hard Drive - HDD
    NZXT Phantom V2 White Full Tower Gaming Case
    TP-Link TL-Wdn$800 450 Mbps Wireless N Dual Band PCI Express Adapter
    120mm Corsair Air Series SP120 Twin Pack Performance Case Fans - 3 Pin
    650W Corsair HX Series V2 80Plus Gold Modular Power supply (or do I need a 750W?)
    and Finally Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D - Retail. I also have Creative speakers and a dvd drive. So What do you think? Have I missed anything? and can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separately.
    If you want to make any parts recomendations as well feel free (I am debating whether to get the intel i7 or i5 they are both 3.5ghz but a £80 difference)


    First of all, get a Gigabyte UD3H motherboard instead of what you've got. Second of all, please specify RAM. Third of all, I would get a WD HDD instead of Seagate. In terms of a PSU, I recommend the 750W version of what you have shown; that way, you can EASILY upgrade to CFX with no worries about power.
    And yes you can, as to the Windows question. Just unplug your HDD when installing Windows in the build, and plug it back in when you've got it all set up :) A good video on this is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d_56kyib-Ls
    Get the i5, as you won't need the i7 :)


    i was thinking of using my current ddr3 8192 mbytes (in my current pc, bought from pc world, i know it was a big mistake :D) but that's only to try to reduce some cost, but if this is crap then i can upgrade that too, i've seen a nice 16gb corsair for around £100 i know it's a massive overkill and won't ever get used but i'm not sure which ram to get and how much :D Thanks for the fast reply


    Just get 8 GB Corsair Vengeance @ 1600 MHz. :)


    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9-1600MHz-Vengeance-Memory/dp/B004CRSM4I this one?
  7. Aaron Blenkinship said:
    So I'm going to build a new computer with these specs:
    Intel i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ 4.40GHz (1150)
    Gigabyte GA-Z87-D3HP (Socket 1150)
    8Gb Ram
    and my temporary XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card [FX-785A-CNJC] which will also be upgraded to a XFX Double D Black Edition Radeon HD 7970 OC 3Gb GDDR5 Graphics card [FX-797A-TDBC]
    Corsair Hydro H80i Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
    120Gb Samsung 840 Series 2.5" Sata 6Gb/s SSD
    2Tb Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 3.5" Hard Drive - HDD
    NZXT Phantom V2 White Full Tower Gaming Case
    TP-Link TL-Wdn$800 450 Mbps Wireless N Dual Band PCI Express Adapter
    120mm Corsair Air Series SP120 Twin Pack Performance Case Fans - 3 Pin
    650W Corsair HX Series V2 80Plus Gold Modular Power supply (or do I need a 750W?)
    and Finally Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D - Retail. I also have Creative speakers and a dvd drive. So What do you think? Have I missed anything? and can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separately.
    If you want to make any parts recomendations as well feel free (I am debating whether to get the intel i7 or i5 they are both 3.5ghz but a £80 difference)



    Nice build to start! A few things IMO! :)

    - Depends on what game you're getting, but there is awesome ram from Ripjaw, for probably the same price and more. In the future games will take a lot more RAM so you wont need to upgrade. This is what I have an it hasn't flawed with me once.
    G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)

    - For the Video card. I have the 7850 too, it is a beautiful creature and runs to perfection, although I just ordered the 7970 OC edition too. (Not for any specific reason, just have too much money saved up and wanted to treat myself.) The 7850 will get pretty well all games maxed out and 60+ FPS from what i've seen.

    - Harddrive.. Just so you know, Seagate has a well known reputation for their drives either being dead on arrival, or die within 2 months and losing all your memory. Just a warning. I have a Western Digital WD Blue 1TB 7200 RPM 6.0Gb/s and a Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200 RPM 6.0Gb/s , they're doing amazingly, just do regular maintenance with Defraggler etc.. Just watch out, they're known for losing memory.

    - Case, very nice case, don't know if you'll need full tower, but that's your choice. (I have Rosewill BLACKHAWK Gaming ATX Mid Tower, amazing case. Just need a fan extra or two, but with your water cooling will be lovely, has a nice glow to it.)

    - I have the same PCI, works amazingly, but you don't need it unless you're really really really far from your router. So you can cut some costs by getting a cheaper one from them if you want. Just suggestion.

    - Power Supply: What do you plan to play? It all depends. I have the (Diablotek UL Series PSUL775 775W ATX 12V) But it's discontinued, if you can find it, buy that beauty. Really great PSU.

    - The two processors are amazing, the differences - i7, double threads over i5. Since you're using water cooling, the i7 overclocks way higher than the i5. i5 is better value for your money. i5 is right behind the i7 for single core performance. I mean it's all your choice, but if you want to spend the extra money to get more processing, go for it.

    "nd can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separatel"

    What do you mean by this?

    Good luck! You've got a nice build.
  8. Jeremy Allen said:
    Aaron Blenkinship said:
    So I'm going to build a new computer with these specs:
    Intel i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ 4.40GHz (1150)
    Gigabyte GA-Z87-D3HP (Socket 1150)
    8Gb Ram
    and my temporary XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card [FX-785A-CNJC] which will also be upgraded to a XFX Double D Black Edition Radeon HD 7970 OC 3Gb GDDR5 Graphics card [FX-797A-TDBC]
    Corsair Hydro H80i Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
    120Gb Samsung 840 Series 2.5" Sata 6Gb/s SSD
    2Tb Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 3.5" Hard Drive - HDD
    NZXT Phantom V2 White Full Tower Gaming Case
    TP-Link TL-Wdn$800 450 Mbps Wireless N Dual Band PCI Express Adapter
    120mm Corsair Air Series SP120 Twin Pack Performance Case Fans - 3 Pin
    650W Corsair HX Series V2 80Plus Gold Modular Power supply (or do I need a 750W?)
    and Finally Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D - Retail. I also have Creative speakers and a dvd drive. So What do you think? Have I missed anything? and can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separately.
    If you want to make any parts recomendations as well feel free (I am debating whether to get the intel i7 or i5 they are both 3.5ghz but a £80 difference)



    Nice build to start! A few things IMO! :)

    - Depends on what game you're getting, but there is awesome ram from Ripjaw, for probably the same price and more. In the future games will take a lot more RAM so you wont need to upgrade. This is what I have an it hasn't flawed with me once.
    G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)

    - For the Video card. I have the 7850 too, it is a beautiful creature and runs to perfection, although I just ordered the 7970 OC edition too. (Not for any specific reason, just have too much money saved up and wanted to treat myself.) The 7850 will get pretty well all games maxed out and 60+ FPS from what i've seen.

    - Harddrive.. Just so you know, Seagate has a well known reputation for their drives either being dead on arrival, or die within 2 months and losing all your memory. Just a warning. I have a Western Digital WD Blue 1TB 7200 RPM 6.0Gb/s and a Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200 RPM 6.0Gb/s , they're doing amazingly, just do regular maintenance with Defraggler etc.. Just watch out, they're known for losing memory.

    - Case, very nice case, don't know if you'll need full tower, but that's your choice. (I have Rosewill BLACKHAWK Gaming ATX Mid Tower, amazing case. Just need a fan extra or two, but with your water cooling will be lovely, has a nice glow to it.)

    - I have the same PCI, works amazingly, but you don't need it unless you're really really really far from your router. So you can cut some costs by getting a cheaper one from them if you want. Just suggestion.

    - Power Supply: What do you plan to play? It all depends. I have the (Diablotek UL Series PSUL775 775W ATX 12V) But it's discontinued, if you can find it, buy that beauty. Really great PSU.

    - The two processors are amazing, the differences - i7, double threads over i5. Since you're using water cooling, the i7 overclocks way higher than the i5. i5 is better value for your money. i5 is right behind the i7 for single core performance. I mean it's all your choice, but if you want to spend the extra money to get more processing, go for it.

    "nd can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separatel"

    What do you mean by this?

    Good luck! You've got a nice build.




    like i have my current hard drive (500Gb) with windows 7 and all my files i.e games programs, everything on it. I was wondering if i could split this up so i move windows 7 from my current hard drive to an ssd and move my files to the hard drive. but apparently I can't because I bought this pc from pc world and it had windows 7 preinstalled so apparently i can't move it to my new computer :'( Also thanks for the tips i may get the 2TB Western Digital Red WD20EFRX 3.5" SATA III Hard Drive - HDD (http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Storage/Hard+Drives/3.5+Inch+SATA+Drives/1.5TB+-+4TB/2TB+Western+Digital+Red+WD20EFRX+3.5%22+SATA+III+Hard+Drive+-+HDD+?productId=51314) and I'm getting a 50W Corsair Builder Series 750CX 80PLUS Bronze Power Supply (http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Power+Supplies/Non-Modular+700-950W/750W+Corsair+Builder+Series+750CX+80PLUS+Bronze+Power+Supply+?productId=51730) and with all these parts minus the £319.99 graphics card the build is at £939.91 and thats going to raise or hopefully drop with offers constantly changing :D and then there is shipping as well xD which will be like £100 :D but I can sell my current system for like £100 and my brand new graphics card which i've had for a week (http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/XFX+Core+Edition+Radeon+HD+7850+2GB+GDDR5+Graphics+Card+%5BFX-785A-CNJC%5D+%2B+4+FREE+GAMES%21+?productId=50787) for £100 when i buy the new one, and that will soften the blow of postage and windows 7 ;)
  9. Aaron Blenkinship said:
    Jeremy Allen said:
    Aaron Blenkinship said:
    So I'm going to build a new computer with these specs:
    Intel i5-4670k 3.4GHz @ 4.40GHz (1150)
    Gigabyte GA-Z87-D3HP (Socket 1150)
    8Gb Ram
    and my temporary XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7850 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card [FX-785A-CNJC] which will also be upgraded to a XFX Double D Black Edition Radeon HD 7970 OC 3Gb GDDR5 Graphics card [FX-797A-TDBC]
    Corsair Hydro H80i Watercooling Performance Closed-Loop CPU Cooler
    120Gb Samsung 840 Series 2.5" Sata 6Gb/s SSD
    2Tb Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 3.5" Hard Drive - HDD
    NZXT Phantom V2 White Full Tower Gaming Case
    TP-Link TL-Wdn$800 450 Mbps Wireless N Dual Band PCI Express Adapter
    120mm Corsair Air Series SP120 Twin Pack Performance Case Fans - 3 Pin
    650W Corsair HX Series V2 80Plus Gold Modular Power supply (or do I need a 750W?)
    and Finally Creative Labs Sound Blaster Recon 3D - Retail. I also have Creative speakers and a dvd drive. So What do you think? Have I missed anything? and can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separately.
    If you want to make any parts recomendations as well feel free (I am debating whether to get the intel i7 or i5 they are both 3.5ghz but a £80 difference)



    Nice build to start! A few things IMO! :)

    - Depends on what game you're getting, but there is awesome ram from Ripjaw, for probably the same price and more. In the future games will take a lot more RAM so you wont need to upgrade. This is what I have an it hasn't flawed with me once.
    G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)

    - For the Video card. I have the 7850 too, it is a beautiful creature and runs to perfection, although I just ordered the 7970 OC edition too. (Not for any specific reason, just have too much money saved up and wanted to treat myself.) The 7850 will get pretty well all games maxed out and 60+ FPS from what i've seen.

    - Harddrive.. Just so you know, Seagate has a well known reputation for their drives either being dead on arrival, or die within 2 months and losing all your memory. Just a warning. I have a Western Digital WD Blue 1TB 7200 RPM 6.0Gb/s and a Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200 RPM 6.0Gb/s , they're doing amazingly, just do regular maintenance with Defraggler etc.. Just watch out, they're known for losing memory.

    - Case, very nice case, don't know if you'll need full tower, but that's your choice. (I have Rosewill BLACKHAWK Gaming ATX Mid Tower, amazing case. Just need a fan extra or two, but with your water cooling will be lovely, has a nice glow to it.)

    - I have the same PCI, works amazingly, but you don't need it unless you're really really really far from your router. So you can cut some costs by getting a cheaper one from them if you want. Just suggestion.

    - Power Supply: What do you plan to play? It all depends. I have the (Diablotek UL Series PSUL775 775W ATX 12V) But it's discontinued, if you can find it, buy that beauty. Really great PSU.

    - The two processors are amazing, the differences - i7, double threads over i5. Since you're using water cooling, the i7 overclocks way higher than the i5. i5 is better value for your money. i5 is right behind the i7 for single core performance. I mean it's all your choice, but if you want to spend the extra money to get more processing, go for it.

    "nd can I move my Windows 7 to my SSD and my files to my Hard Drive Separatel"

    What do you mean by this?

    Good luck! You've got a nice build.




    like i have my current hard drive (500Gb) with windows 7 and all my files i.e games programs, everything on it. I was wondering if i could split this up so i move windows 7 from my current hard drive to an ssd and move my files to the hard drive. but apparently I can't because I bought this pc from pc world and it had windows 7 preinstalled so apparently i can't move it to my new computer :'( Also thanks for the tips i may get the 2TB Western Digital Red WD20EFRX 3.5" SATA III Hard Drive - HDD (http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Storage/Hard+Drives/3.5+Inch+SATA+Drives/1.5TB+-+4TB/2TB+Western+Digital+Red+WD20EFRX+3.5%22+SATA+III+Hard+Drive+-+HDD+?productId=51314) and I'm getting a 50W Corsair Builder Series 750CX 80PLUS Bronze Power Supply (http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Power+Supplies/Non-Modular+700-950W/750W+Corsair+Builder+Series+750CX+80PLUS+Bronze+Power+Supply+?productId=51730) and with all these parts minus the £319.99 graphics card the build is at £939.91 and thats going to raise or hopefully drop with offers constantly changing :D and then there is shipping as well xD which will be like £100 :D but I can sell my current system for like £100 and my brand new graphics card which i've had for a week (http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/XFX+Core+Edition+Radeon+HD+7850+2GB+GDDR5+Graphics+Card+%5BFX-785A-CNJC%5D+%2B+4+FREE+GAMES%21+?productId=50787) for £100 when i buy the new one, and that will soften the blow of postage and windows 7 ;)


    You can't move windows, but your other stuff yes. That's the problem with PC World and al l that stuff, they have commercial rights with Windows and don't give you the installation disk, unless you specifically ask for it etc.. Good choices actually, the harddrive might be slow, Intellipower has been guessed to be between 5000 RPM and 7200 RPM. Pretty good.

    Yes, the price will change.. Shipping can be expensive too..

    Anyways, anything else you want opinions on? :)
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