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My first computer build help

I used PC PartPicker to design my first build and everyone ive asked isnt 100% sure. Is it any good?

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/1Ihmd

also I was planning on using my storage device from my current computer (its a 2TB seagate)
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  1. There's nothing wrong with that at all, it should run very well. Good build my friend. :)
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    Go down the intel route, much better performance and a marginal price difference. Get an i5 4670k and maybe an Asus Z87-Pro.
  3. Also the CX power supplys are low range, u have a a fairly high end system so look at XFX, seasonic or better corsair psus.
  4. i don't know that i would call $110 marginal, but yes, it would be a performance increase in most cases.
  5. Jaxem said:
    i don't know that i would call $110 marginal, but yes, it would be a performance increase in most cases.


    Its £30 more for the processor, and £20 more for the motherboard. Not a lot in comparison to the amount he is already spending.
  6. Thanks guys. I will be upgrading some parts eventually but for now around £900 is all I can afford to spend. Eventually i wanted to add a second graphics card and change the RAM and the power supply but for now it seems to do. As long as it works for now then im a happy guy.
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