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August 7, 2013 1:18:53 AM

Intel Core i7 4770K Quad Core Retail CPU
Asus SABERTOOTH Z87 Motherboard
Asus GTX 770 Nvidia GeForce DirectCU II OC 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
Corsair 16GB (2x 8GB) Vengeance Memory Module
Samsung 840 Series 250GB 2.5 inch SATA Solid State Drive
Seagate 3TB 3.5 inch 7200RPM 64MB Cache SATA3 Hard Drive
Corsair CX750 Builder Series CX 750W ATX/EPS 80 PLUS Bronze PSU
Corsair CC-9011030-WW Carbide Series Air 540 ATX High Airflow Cube

Am I missing any important components?

Thanks.

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August 7, 2013 1:27:14 AM

a monster cpu cooler.
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August 7, 2013 1:29:26 AM

fkr said:
a monster cpu cooler.


I knew it! could you recommend one to suit my build please?
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August 7, 2013 3:22:19 AM

http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1753309/cpu-cpu-cool...
this is a good link on this site

because intel has for some reason decided to cheap out on the thermal paste that is between the pretty smooth metal top that you see on your CPU and the actual die that is below that lid you need to go for only the highest thermal dissipating coolers out there(one of the reasons that the i5 2500k overclocks so well is that the lid is actually soldered to the die). the only one they left off is the corsair 110.

I am also curious as to what resolution monitor you are going to use.

so look at the big air coolers or the ultimate closed loop systems that are out there. one more thing you can do is to make your own water cooling system. that is the true ultimate cooling solution that can always be increased to not only cool your CPU but also your GPU. these are awesome, look cool and provide the best cooling performance. they are also allot of work and of the solutions in the link provided will definitely be 80%+ of what a custom loop will do.

It is always nice to get a best answer if I helped, I do not know why but they do.

please feel free to ask any other question and if you ever start another thread pm me and i will chime in on any questions you may have
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August 7, 2013 4:43:01 AM

fkr said:
http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1753309/cpu-cpu-cool...
this is a good link on this site

because intel has for some reason decided to cheap out on the thermal paste that is between the pretty smooth metal top that you see on your CPU and the actual die that is below that lid you need to go for only the highest thermal dissipating coolers out there(one of the reasons that the i5 2500k overclocks so well is that the lid is actually soldered to the die). the only one they left off is the corsair 110.

I am also curious as to what resolution monitor you are going to use.

so look at the big air coolers or the ultimate closed loop systems that are out there. one more thing you can do is to make your own water cooling system. that is the true ultimate cooling solution that can always be increased to not only cool your CPU but also your GPU. these are awesome, look cool and provide the best cooling performance. they are also allot of work and of the solutions in the link provided will definitely be 80%+ of what a custom loop will do.

It is always nice to get a best answer if I helped, I do not know why but they do.

please feel free to ask any other question and if you ever start another thread pm me and i will chime in on any questions you may have


Thanks ever so much for your help.

The monitor I shall be using is the ASUS VE247H 24 inch LED Widescreen Full HD. 2ms Response Time which should be fantastic for gaming especially when I'm playing BF4 in 1080p.
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August 7, 2013 3:01:58 PM

yes very nice monitor.
good luck and happy gaming
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