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hi i have been wanting to build a pc for a couple of years is this a good one http://pcpartpicker.com/parts/partlist/

hi i have been wanting to build a pc for a couple of years is this a good one http://pcpartpicker.com/parts/partlist/ i dont want to overclock i just want to play some games
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  1. It's a very good one since it's all blank.....
    You need to first choose the parts in the partpicker and then paste the permalink here, not the link that you see in the address bar.
  2. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/28Lnn thank you im new at this so sorry.
  3. Good to go... as a matter of fact pretty good to go a long way.
    Although I'd like to keep upgrade possibilities for later and go with 2 sticks of 8 GB RAM... instead of 4 X4.....
    Plus.... if I had a little money to spare I'd go for a 990FX chipset and not the 970 chipset.
  4. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/28R9b so this is what i got i have. I have to keep it under 800 so i dropped 1 stick of ram got a better psu and a 990. but i dont know if its the right one and whats the difference in them if i might ask. And thank you
  5. What kind of games and how good will they look on a 32 in led
  6. Yup, this is good..... the 990FX gives a lot more options than a 970, you can check the differences out here....
    http://www.msi.com/service/product-comparison/mb.html

    Mostly you'll be able to run both the GPUs at 16x instead of 4x
    Plus a few other perks....
  7. Best answer
    Why this is in Linux/BSD forum? the OP' question does not seem to relate to Linux...
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