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September 5, 2013 3:49:29 PM

Hi Everyone,

I currently have a nice $850 HP laptop and it works fine, but I'm noticing some lag on the games I play and the graphics card is a crappy Intel one. I'm planning on building a new PC and keeping the laptop for school projects and vacations. I am not very experienced with these things, so I hope you all can help out :)  My part list: Click Here

Please tell me if these parts will work together. The games I play are Minecraft, TF2, and Crysis 3. I am looking to play on all three of these on maxed out settings flawlessly. Also, if my case is too small, please leave suggestions. (Actually, leave suggestions for any part!) The highest I would go for this build is $2300-$2400. Also, if I want to be able to connect to the internet, do I need to get a wireless network adapter or something of the sort? Please help me out! Thanks.

-Greg

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September 5, 2013 4:22:10 PM

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September 5, 2013 4:26:42 PM

Gman_HAX said:
Hi Everyone,

I currently have a nice $850 HP laptop and it works fine, but I'm noticing some lag on the games I play and the graphics card is a crappy Intel one. I'm planning on building a new PC and keeping the laptop for school projects and vacations. I am not very experienced with these things, so I hope you all can help out :)  My part list: Click Here

Please tell me if these parts will work together. The games I play are Minecraft, TF2, and Crysis 3. I am looking to play on all three of these on maxed out settings flawlessly. Also, if my case is too small, please leave suggestions. (Actually, leave suggestions for any part!) The highest I would go for this build is $2300-$2400. Also, if I want to be able to connect to the internet, do I need to get a wireless network adapter or something of the sort? Please help me out! Thanks.

-Greg


Hi. Looks good. You don't need that much Power supply and Cooler Master has not been on of the better one s on the past. This one who do nicely : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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September 5, 2013 5:45:58 PM

Ok, thanks! Still looking for some more people's opinions. If I overclock (which I will), what CPU cooler should I use?
Also, still don't know what I need to buy to be able to use an Ethernet cable to connect to the Internet. Thanks!
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September 5, 2013 6:06:46 PM

Gman_HAX said:
Ok, thanks! Still looking for some more people's opinions. If I overclock (which I will), what CPU cooler should I use?
Also, still don't know what I need to buy to be able to use an Ethernet cable to connect to the Internet. Thanks!


The cooler you have on your list, Cooler Master 212 EVO will do nicely. As for the Ethernet, there is a port on the motherboard so nothing to worry about.
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