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$2000 gaming pc first build

http://pcpartpicker.com/user/CodeNil/saved/2N2bt6
Usage is high end gaming and 3d modeling/coding
Am I spending too much/too little on some parts? What could I save money on and would its cooling suffice?
Ultimate price I would like would be $1500 but maximum is $2000
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    I don't care for the blue ram, doesn't match the rest. And I'd go with Windows 7 Pro over 8.1, but that's just me. I'd probably jump to a 780 or 780Ti. I'm not crazy about AIO water coolers...since I tried one and the pump was DOA...that was enough for me. I went with a CM Hyper 212 EVO and it's all I need. Cool and quiet. I love that Razer case. Nice choice!
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    I don't care for the blue ram, doesn't match the rest. And I'd go with Windows 7 Pro over 8.1, but that's just me. I'd probably jump to a 780 or 780Ti. I'm not crazy about AIO water coolers...since I tried one and the pump was DOA...that was enough for me. I went with a CM Hyper 212 EVO and it's all I need. Cool and quiet. I love that Razer case. Nice choice!


    Thanks for the help! I've changed to a 780 and to a cm hyper 212 Evo. $100 drop in cooler makes up for increase in graphics card which is quite nice.
    Also changed ram to a corsair vengeance 8gb, it's black and silver which fits much better.
  3. Why'd you get a 19 inch monitor? with that budget I'd get at least a 23''
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