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My new build pc will bottleneck ? i7 3970x

CPU : Intel Core I7 3970X Extreme Edition 3.5Ghz 6 Core Processor LGA 2011
Cooling System : Corsair H100 92.0 CFM Liquid Cpu Cooler
Motherboard : Asus Rampage IV Black Edition
Ram : G.Skill F3-2400C10D-16GTX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 PC3-19200 2400Mhz TridentX
SSD : Asus Rog 240GB PCI-E Solid State Disk
HHD : Seagate Barracuda 3 TB 3.5'' 7200RPM
GPU : Evga Geforce GTX 780 Ti 3GB Superclocked 03G-P4-2883-KR Superclocked
PSU: OCZ OCZ750FTY-UN FATAL1TY Series Power 750W
DVD ROM : Plextor PX-891SA-26 DVD/CD Writer
Sound Card: Creative Sound Blaster Z
CAM: Logitech 960-000764 Hp pro webcam c920
Speaker System: Logitech Z906 5,1 Speaker System
Case : Aerocool Strike-X ST Black

I am wondering if my new pc will bottleneck with this specs!
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  1. Best answer
    No, you shouldn't see any bottlenecks.
  2. my god thanks!!!!!!!! :) :) :)
  3. i have one more question.. can i put in this motherboard sound card, ssd pci-e, and this gpu ? or i dont have space?
    sorry for bad english :D
  4. Yes, as long as your Sound card is PCIE.
  5. thanks :-)
  6. I was a little concerned about your choice of Cases. Appears to be a couple version of the AeroCool, but if this is your case:
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Aerocool/Strike-X_Advance/4.html
    not sure that a GTX 780Ti will fit. Find one that suits your style where the hard drive cage is removable to allow space for 12 or 13 inch GPUs (for future expansion) Also, for the VERY highend components in the rest of the system, this is a pretty cheap case. I think a $200-->$300 case would be a better balanced choice here

    PSU, too small for an SLI setup. Hey, your MB is ready for it, so I would go with more power so you won't have to replace the PSU should you feel the need to add a 2nd GTX 780Ti. Also, I'm a fan of Corsair, Antec, & Seasonic PSU for such a build go with 850watts MIN from one of these brands..

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139057
  7. aerocool strike x -st black
    not aerocool strike x :)
    i have aerocool strike x on my old pc :)
  8. yeap i agree with u maybe a 1000w its better!
  9. i like this one OCZ ZX1000W ZX SERIES 1000W what u thing?
  10. rooy said:
    i like this one OCZ ZX1000W ZX SERIES 1000W what u thing?


    OCZ just filed for bankruptcy, so if you have a problem with it you won't be getting any support or refunds.
  11. wow. really!?
    so what are we doing now ..! a think better corsair..but i need a psu black or red black .. i want all be the same color
  12. rooy said:
    wow. really!?
    so what are we doing now ..! a think better corsair..but i need a psu black or red black .. i want all be the same color


    Corsair's AX1200i is Darks Grey/ Red, and I can attest, their PSUs are great.
  13. too much money for psu and useless my system needs 571 watts to work! i think 850 watt its enough ! if one day i will do dual sli 571+250watts
  14. rooy said:
    too much money for psu and useless my system needs 571 watts to work! i think 850 watt its enough ! if one day i will do dual sli 571+250watts


    Yeah AX1200i was the only model number I could remember. It was more to point you in the right direction. That said, PSUs are worth spending money on, one of the few components where you really do get what you pay for.
  15. i will get this one OCZ OCZ-FTY1000W-EU FATAL1TY 80PLUS GOLD PSU MODULAR 1000W
    i dont care about warrantly
  16. you could save some money by getting a 3930k instead, the only difference is a few mb l3 cache, which wont matter anyway
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