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Is this low budget gaming pc good?

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November 30, 2013 8:42:54 PM

This is the main build...let me know if something is wrong ^_^

Case: Aerocool Strike-X
Cpu: Intel i5 4670 3.40 GHZ
Graphics: Asus gtx660 2gb ddr5
Ram: Mushkin 992074 8GB 16000Mhz
Hard drive: Toshiba 1TB DT01ACA100 3.5"" 7200
Power supply:o CZ XTREAM PRO 600W
Motherboard:Gigabyte GA-B85-HD3

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November 30, 2013 8:46:42 PM

Wouldn't call that a low budget build, but it's solid enough. The worst part in general here is probably the video card, and the 660 isn't a slouch. Just comparatively speaking, it's the worst part.
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November 30, 2013 8:48:00 PM

Should make for a good rig, no bottlenecks, things are compatible
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November 30, 2013 8:56:15 PM

I've looked through all the parts and i see nothing wrong. All the parts should work together.

-Cons-
All of these brands i have not heard of, and I've done a lot of research on computers.
Case: I would recommend a good Corsair, Cooler Master NZXT case.
RAM: Corsair, Crucial, Kingston Hyper-X, And G.Skill are all good brands for RAM.
Power Supply: And the power supply, again, Corsair is a very good brand so is Cooler Master and EVGA.

Now the GPU you picked is fine, but you could get a GTX 760 for like $30 and it has better driver support and is a bit better.

That's really the only cons i have with the build, other than thoes, everything looks great.
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November 30, 2013 10:05:17 PM

Mushkin ram has been around, it's solid, no worries there. My favorite is g.Skill though. The only Corsair Psu's I don't really like are the CX line, everything else is pretty good. The Cx line isn't bad, per se, just more of a budget line and with the money you are putting into this build, no reason to trust it to a budget Psu. I agree on the cases too.
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