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Can someone tell me if this build is good?

I am about to build a high-end gaming pc, answer quickly.

Here are the specs:

 ASUS Placa gráfica GeForce GTX770 DirectCU II - 2 GB GDDR5 - PCI Express 3.0 (90YV04E1-M0NA00)
 KINGSTON Memória PC HyperX blu RED Series 8 GB DDR3-1600 PC3-12800 CL10 (KHX16C10B1R/8)
INTEL Core i7 Ivy Bridge 3770K - 3,5 GHz - Cache L3 8 MB - Socket LGA 1155 (BX80637I73770K)
SAMSUNG 840 EVO MZ-7TE120 - 120 GB - SSD INTERNO 2,5"
PHILIPS E-LINE 237E4LHSB MONITOR LED 23" FULL HD
ZALMAN CAIXA PC Z9-U3
 SEAGATE Disco rígido interno Momentus SpinPoint M8 (ST1000LM024) - 1 TB
 ASROCK FATAL1TY Z77 PROFESSIONAL - SOCKET 1155 - CHIPSET Z77 - ATX
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  1. seems really good can i have the link to the gpu please?
  2. Best answer
    For gaming only you can cut down on the i7 and bring it down to an i5. It'll save you quite a lot of money and the improvement from i5 to i7 isn't noticeable in gaming (noticeable in video-editing and rendering, mostly).

    Other than that, it's pretty good.
  3. Kelthar, I forgot to say that i will record and video edit.

    I tought well and the chassis will be the NOX - Coolbay VX Green Goblin (http://www.nox-xtreme.com/en/product/coolbay-vx-green-goblin/6/), my problem is that i want to put 4 more fans, and the box already has two of them, i wanted to know how can i connect my fans directly into the power supply.
  4. OoLSPoO said:
    Kelthar, I forgot to say that i will record and video edit.

    I tought well and the chassis will be the NOX - Coolbay VX Green Goblin (http://www.nox-xtreme.com/en/product/coolbay-vx-green-goblin/6/), my problem is that i want to put 4 more fans, and the box already has two of them, i wanted to know how can i connect my fans directly into the power supply.


    I have a molex to 3pin adapter for one of my fans, and you should have some fan headers you can plug it into.
  5. If you'll be editing video then yes, it's a good solid build.

    You should have enough fan ports on your motherboard, and if they turn out insufficient you can buy molex adapters.
  6. I actualy made a few changes, the motherboard will be the ASUS - P8Z77-V LK, and the graphics card will be the ASUS - GTX670-DC2-4GD5 4GB, and I plan to SLI another when xmas arrives, is it still a good build? And will the SLI be possible?


    Edit: Also, when I SLI them, it will be 8 GB of Graphics memory, it should be enough for triple monitor right?
  7. Yes, 8GB will be more than necessary for triple-monitor.
  8. OoLSPoO said:
    I actualy made a few changes, the motherboard will be the ASUS - P8Z77-V LK, and the graphics card will be the ASUS - GTX670-DC2-4GD5 4GB, and I plan to SLI another when xmas arrives, is it still a good build? And will the SLI be possible?


    Edit: Also, when I SLI them, it will be 8 GB of Graphics memory, it should be enough for triple monitor right?


    NOPE, that is not how it works. when you use multiple GPUs, the memory does not add. Common mistake. You will only have 4gb. But, yes it should be just fine for 3 monitors.
  9. tiny voices said:
    OoLSPoO said:
    I actualy made a few changes, the motherboard will be the ASUS - P8Z77-V LK, and the graphics card will be the ASUS - GTX670-DC2-4GD5 4GB, and I plan to SLI another when xmas arrives, is it still a good build? And will the SLI be possible?


    Edit: Also, when I SLI them, it will be 8 GB of Graphics memory, it should be enough for triple monitor right?


    NOPE, that is not how it works. when you use multiple GPUs, the memory does not add. Common mistake. You will only have 4gb. But, yes it should be just fine for 3 monitors.


    Didnt know about that, thanks.
  10. No problem.
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