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  1. Good build although I would get a 270 and some G.Skill Ripjaws X series RAM.
  2. That is a DELL OEM copy of windows. Get a legit copy.

    GPU link is dead. So is disk drive link

    You have no PSU listed either/
  3. mamamia13 said:
    Good build although I would get a 270 and some G.Skill Ripjaws X series RAM.


    The gtx760 is better than the 270.
  4. here is a comparison: http://gpuboss.com/gpus/Radeon-R9-270-vs-GeForce-GTX-760. The 270 is much cheaper.
  5. GPU boss is not a good benchmark to use as they use a SINGLE benchmark for each category. Generally I do not use them. Plus they count hings like noise, power, etc. in their rankings, and these make no difference in performance.

    In reality, the gtx760 is a bit better than the 270x and there fore a decent bit better than the 270.
  6. tiny voices said:
    That is a DELL OEM copy of windows. Get a legit copy.

    GPU link is dead. So is disk drive link

    You have no PSU listed either/


    Thanks dude, sorry im tired :), any places you know where I can get a decent copy of w7?
  7. Why not get win8.1?
  8. tiny voices said:
    Why not get win8.1?


    Really dont like the new way the start screen and everything is designed
  9. tiny voices said:


    maybe I haven't given it enough of a chance but, I feel like I can't navigate to things like My Computer and stuff like that on it. Thanks for the link, and is the build ok then, will it fit together all right, as far as you know? And the RAM you recommended is 80 quid here :L. Is there any cheaper decent RAM you could recommend?
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    That RAM is fine too.
  11. tiny voices said:
    That RAM is fine too.


    Ok so I ve bought everything, do I need to purchase any cables or anything extra?
  12. No, SATA cables will come with the motherboard. You should be good to go.

    What PSU did you get?
  13. tiny voices said:
    No, SATA cables will come with the motherboard. You should be good to go.

    What PSU did you get?


    http://www.amazon.co.uk/EVGA-500B-BRONZE-Power-Supply/dp/B00DZ6R9GE/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1400881187&sr=1-2&keywords=evga+psu+bronze
  14. Should be a solid build.
  15. tiny voices said:
    Should be a solid build.


    cool, and thanks for your help man
  16. tiny voices said:
    Should be a solid build.


    Hey, I was just looking at the dimensions of the card I am getting to check that it can fit inside the case, and I am little bit worried because on the amazon page it says:40 x 25 x 6 cm http://www.amazon.co.uk/MSI-Nvidia-TF-PCI-E-Graphics/dp/B00DJPPCLK

    And the case is 38.5 x 21 x 37.4 cm
  17. tiny voices said:
    Should be a solid build.


    Hey, I was just looking at the dimensions of the card I am getting to check that it can fit inside the case, and I am little bit worried because on the amazon page it says:40 x 25 x 6 cm http://www.amazon.co.uk/MSI-Nvidia-TF-PCI-E-Graphics/dp/B00DJPPCLK

    And the case is 38.5 x 21 x 37.4 cm
  18. mattatcomputer said:
    tiny voices said:
    Why not get win8.1?


    Really dont like the new way the start screen and everything is designed



    There's an addon that will remove the start screen and make it function just as well as Windows 7.
  19. sora said:
    mattatcomputer said:
    tiny voices said:
    Why not get win8.1?


    Really dont like the new way the start screen and everything is designed



    There's an addon that will remove the start screen and make it function just as well as Windows 7.


    Also, you can set it up to boot directly to the desktop UI
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