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Building PC for first time-Compatibility and Component choice advice

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1qyOJ does anyone see anything that could be corrected?
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  1. What is this build for and whats the budget? Also, I would highly advise changing PSU brands. Corasir, Seasonic, Silverstone, XFX, and Antec are some of the best and most reliable PSU companies.
  2. fatboytyler said:
    What is this build for and whats the budget? Also, I would highly advise changing PSU brands. Corasir, Seasonic, Silverstone, XFX, and Antec are some of the best and most reliable PSU companies.


    the build is for gaming and the budget is roughly 1700$ give or take a bit. Form what I've seen online that PSU is at least somewhat reliable.
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    For gaming there is no need to do 16 GB of Ram plus it'll save you 50-60 bucks. I personally don't like that case because you can't really do liquid cooling, but if you never ever plan on liquid cooling then you should be fine. Other than that it looks good.

    I got to looking and that particular PSU model is of great quality! So you're good there. Lots of Rosewill's PSUs are terrible.
  4. fatboytyler said:
    For gaming there is no need to do 16 GB of Ram plus it'll save you 50-60 bucks. I personally don't like that case because you can't really do liquid cooling, but if you never ever plan on liquid cooling then you should be fine. Other than that it looks good.

    I got to looking and that particular PSU model is of great quality! So you're good there. Lots of Rosewill's PSUs are terrible.


    Alright then! Thank you for the help man! I really appreciate it.
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