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March 17, 2014 8:17:17 PM

http://amzn.com/w/2Q8B8SIWX832W

Look in this link for a PC build I want to make. Will all this work? I really want a Phantom case with the NZXT-HUE, and I really like the motherboard selected. I have never built a PC before, and I want to save up to build one this summer. I will be using this for casual gaming. Nothing like Skyrim on max-ultra. And, will this case I have selected have a slot for the HUE? Sorry, I don't a whole lot about this stuff. I would really appreciate any help. THANKS

ALSO: Will this case have a small window so I can see the colors from the HUE? If not, what Phantom case will support my build, and have a window?

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March 17, 2014 8:20:35 PM

use this website:

pcpartpicker.com

You always get the best deals and the organization is nice
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Good start otherwise, just a few tips

- Switch the hdd to a seagate barracuda 1tb 7200rpm 64mb cache

-Get 8gb ram instead, 16 is overkill

-Avoid the CX series from corsair, try to go for a seasonic, antec, xfx, etc. If it's Gold+ efficiency its usually good

and yes the case will light up, but at that price you should be able to get the Phantom 530 ( which goes back to pcpartpicker.com)
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March 17, 2014 8:42:51 PM

RazerZ said:
use this website:

pcpartpicker.com

You always get the best deals and the organization is nice
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Good start otherwise, just a few tips

- Switch the hdd to a seagate barracuda 1tb 7200rpm 64mb cache

-Get 8gb ram instead, 16 is overkill

-Avoid the CX series from corsair, try to go for a seasonic, antec, xfx, etc. If it's Gold+ efficiency its usually good

and yes the case will light up, but at that price you should be able to get the Phantom 530 ( which goes back to pcpartpicker.com)


Alright I got to this point: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3bQBc
Is this decent? And How do I add the HUE to this setup on this website? Will the HUE have a slot in the case, or will it have to sit on a seperate area near the tower. Thank you for helping me thus far.
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March 17, 2014 8:51:24 PM

Man your build could be way better with the price you have it at. However prices change everyday so pm me with what you're looking for and your budget on the day you will be buying the parts and I'll be happy to help you out :) 
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