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good motherboard for i5 3570k and GTX 560

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November 29, 2013 3:29:46 PM

Hello, I'm not very experienced in PC building, so I'd like to ask a few questions.

What I want to buy is an i5 3570k, I now have a GTX 560 gpu which I do not want to upgrade yet.
So, my first question is: What motherboard would you recommend for me? The budget is around 2000 CZK (60 pounds or 100 usd +-).

Also, I have problems with choosing a computer case. I have a keyboard that uses a PS/2 cable, and I haven't found any good cases that support it (and have USB 3.0).

The last question would be about my current PSU. It's LC Power LC6600-v2.2 Black Giant Silent 600W. It's not really new, so I'm not sure whether it would be enough to power my components.

Thanks for replies!

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a b ) Power supply
a b V Motherboard
November 30, 2013 1:49:01 AM
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NomadCZ said:
Hello, I'm not very experienced in PC building, so I'd like to ask a few questions.

Q: What I want to buy is an i5 3570k, I now have a GTX 560 gpu which I do not want to upgrade yet.
So, my first question is: What motherboard would you recommend for me? The budget is around 2000 CZK (60 pounds or 100 usd +-).

A: the closest to 100$ cap
http://pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-motherboard-p8z77vle
http://pcpartpicker.com/part/gigabyte-motherboard-gaz77...


Q: Also, I have problems with choosing a computer case. I have a keyboard that uses a PS/2 cable, and I haven't found any good cases that support it (and have USB 3.0).

A: the PS2 Mouse/KBD are connected to the Motherboard - finding mobo with 2x PS2 ports is hard one .... commonly they are USB substituted now .....

Q: The last question would be about my current PSU. It's LC Power LC6600-v2.2 Black Giant Silent 600W. It's not really new, so I'm not sure whether it would be enough to power my components.

A: i think yes

Thanks for replies!


NP :) 
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