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February 15, 2014 11:55:24 AM

good, you can play the latest games mid range
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February 15, 2014 11:57:06 AM

Works. However, are you going to store a whole lot of data on there? If not, get yourself a nice SSD. Possibly 80-120 GBs or so.
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February 15, 2014 11:57:10 AM

Build looks ok :)  Psu isnt in stock for 1-2 months though :p  also, i have that case but the windowed version and it is great :D . Overall whats your budget? ill have a look if i can make it anuy cheaper with close performance or maybe better :D 
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February 15, 2014 12:02:03 PM

okcnaline said:
Works. However, are you going to store a whole lot of data on there? If not, get yourself a nice SSD. Possibly 80-120 GBs or so.


I will save up money for an SSD :) 
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February 15, 2014 12:05:02 PM

Danzas4321 said:
Build looks ok :)  Psu isnt in stock for 1-2 months though :p  also, i have that case but the windowed version and it is great :D . Overall whats your budget? ill have a look if i can make it anuy cheaper with close performance or maybe better :D 


Would this PSU be okay? - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Seasonic-S12II-520-ATX12V-Stand...
- Taking into account I want to OC! If it's not good enough, link me a better PSU please.

My budget was $600 dollars but it's gone over that, I don't really want to spend any more than it is already costing.

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February 15, 2014 12:05:49 PM

very good PC but get an R7 260X(except if you are a nvidia fan) and you can get lower PSU like CX500M to get higher GPU
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February 15, 2014 12:07:33 PM

$600 and you listed a pic with UK prices? now im confused :p . Regards to CPu overclocking with the right cooler those chips can hit 4.8-5Ghz, but on ebst samples. Most are good for 4.5Ghz but your board may limit it a bit. still 4.3/4.4 Ghz should be acheivable as for PSu i have an EVGA 600B which is £50 on Scan.co.uk but thats overkill for you, and me too probably. a decent Corsair CX500 or EVGA 500w 80+ BRONZE PSU should be good
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February 15, 2014 12:08:46 PM

Change the PSU to a Corsair (RM, HX, AX or AXi) or Seasonic (X-series or Platinum).
The rest of the build looks good.
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February 15, 2014 10:01:51 PM

alannm37 said:
Danzas4321 said:
Build looks ok :)  Psu isnt in stock for 1-2 months though :p  also, i have that case but the windowed version and it is great :D . Overall whats your budget? ill have a look if i can make it anuy cheaper with close performance or maybe better :D 


Would this PSU be okay? - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Seasonic-S12II-520-ATX12V-Stand...
- Taking into account I want to OC! If it's not good enough, link me a better PSU please.

My budget was $600 dollars but it's gone over that, I don't really want to spend any more than it is already costing.



SeaSonics are great PSUs! :) 
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February 16, 2014 1:20:36 AM

I think you should go with a AMD video card. Since you have an AMD processor it just makes sense to keep both of those coming from the same company.
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February 16, 2014 3:39:30 AM

ahmedkhalifa1999 said:
very good PC but get an R7 260X(except if you are a nvidia fan) and you can get lower PSU like CX500M to get higher GPU


So the AMD Radeon R7 260X is better than the GTX 650 Ti?
Look Here - http://gyazo.com/681eae4abd0a8241fb69672417afc9e2 (Screenshot)
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