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Hey people this is my first post. I am planning to buy a new gaming pc this June. I already have picked my parts so you guys could check them and tell me any errors my build has
i7 4770 for 300 dollars
Cooler master hyper 212 evo for 34 dollars
GTX 770 with 2gb for 340 dollars
Gigabyte ga z87x ud3h for 180 motherboard
Western digital blue 1tb hard drive for 60 dollars
Powersupply corsair cx 600 watt 80 plus bronze for 67 dollars
Optical drive from Asus 24 dollars
Fractal design r4 case for 115 dollars

Is the build good?
Does it support USB 3.0?
Could you guys recommend a good monitor for around 100 dollars?

PS all prices are USD
Epic fail I forgot to list my RAM
It's 8 gigs of corsair vengeance for 90 bucks

And my budget is 1500 AUD but I am buying parts from amazon for free shipping.

Also i am not planning on overclocking
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    If you are planning to overclock, you need the 4770k instead of the regular 4770. Yes that motherboard supports USB 3.0. Everything else looks fine, but you need RAM. 8GB is plenty.
  2. Of course as usual if you could provide your budget, we could pick out the best parts for you. The 4770k is around $35 more than the 4770. You could get a cheaper Z87 motherboard. You could get the 4GB 770 for like $20 more. You could possibly find a better psu for $67.
  3. AussieGAMER said:
    Hey people this is my first post. I am planning to buy a new gaming pc this June. I already have picked my parts so you guys could check them and tell me any errors my build has
    i7 4770 for 300 dollars
    Cooler master hyper 212 evo for 34 dollars
    GTX 770 with 2gb for 340 dollars
    Gigabyte ga z87x ud3h for 180 motherboard
    Western digital blue 1tb hard drive for 60 dollars
    Powersupply corsair cx 600 watt 80 plus bronze for 67 dollars
    Optical drive from Asus 24 dollars
    Fractal design r4 case for 115 dollars

    Is the build good?
    Does it support USB 3.0?
    Could you guys recommend a good monitor for around 100 dollars?

    PS all prices are USD

    An okay monitor costs $100 - $130
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