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A few question about my first PC !

Hello, I'm about to build my first PC and i got a few questions, first of all here are my components
-Gigabyte GTX 770 2GB GDDR5
-Intel Core i7 3770K 3.5 GHz
-Corsair Vengeance 2x8GB DIMM 240-pin
-Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
-OCZ Silencer Mk II Series 750W (Modular)
-Seagate 1 TB 7200 RPM HDD
-CM Storm Scout 2 advanced

What do you guys think of the components ? Should i change something ? and, this is important to me, is the 750 W PSU enough ? I dont plan on running SLI either.

I will be buying the components soon so any quick answer or opinion will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.
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  1. Is this a gaming PC?
    What resolution monitor do you game on?
    Do you plan on OCing?
    What country are you ordering from?

    thsee questions would help us help you :)
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    Yeah the psu is enough, umm Ram is a little overkill you could go with 8gb, and maybe you could downgrade the I7 3770k to a I5 3570k and get an SSD for your OS. Theres not performance gain between the I5 and the I7 in gaming.
  3. ps3hacker12 said:
    Is this a gaming PC?
    What resolution monitor do you game on?
    Do you plan on OCing?
    What country are you ordering from?

    thsee questions would help us help you :)


    Sorry for not including those things but here we go:
    Yes its a gaming PC
    My two monitors will be ASUS VX238H with 1920x1080
    I will maybe OC but that is far away from now
    I'm ordering from Denmark

    Hope this helps and thanks for the quick answer :)
  4. chulex67 said:
    Yeah the psu is enough, umm Ram is a little overkill you could go with 8gb, and maybe you could downgrade the I7 3770k to a I5 3570k and get an SSD for your OS. Theres not performance gain between the I5 and the I7 in gaming.


    I would like to have 16 gb ram as I plan on running multiple games at the same time along with other things, and besides there not the big price difference, I choose the i7 because I plan on live streaming my games sometimes and i heard it'll help with a i7. I skipped SSD, well, because I dont find it necessary, the boot up time is fine with a HDD.

    Besides thanks for your answer and does it look like a PC that'll last ?
  5. Yes, it looks like a great system, the 750W PSU is a little bit too much for this system but thats not a bad thing, just something you could save money on if your budget was tight.
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