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Going to build a gaming pc and oc the cpu in the future

Case - Bitfenix Shinobi Window
CPU - Intel Core i5-4690K Haswell Refresh Processor
Mobo - Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming 5
Gpu - EVGA GTX 760 Super Clocked 2GB GDDR5 w/ ACX Cooler
Ram - Kingston HyperX Fury 4GB Single DDR3 1866 CL10 2x
Hdd - Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB
Psu - Seasonic M12II-620 EVO 620W 80Plus Bronze Fully Modular
Monitor - AOC E2461FWH 23.6" WLED Monitor

Please give me a review about the quality of the Mobo, Gpu, and Psu.
Going to buy a Cpu cooler for about 9 months after i build this rig, but right now I'm on a budget so I can't afford it how will the stock fan work for now? Not going to oc it with stock fan of course. Also give me your personal opinion about my build thanks!
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    The stick cooler for the CPU will be fine as long as there is no overclocking at all. ;)

    The build is nice and I think instead if WD you could upgrade to the Seagate Barracuda for $1 or $2.

    By the way, try PCPartPicker and place your parts and they will find cheap prices for the same parts. :)
  2. Joeteoh99 said:
    The stick cooler for the CPU will be fine as long as there is no overclocking at all. ;)

    The build is nice and I think instead if WD you could upgrade to the Seagate Barracuda for $1 or $2.

    By the way, try PCPartPicker and place your parts and they will find cheap prices for the same parts. :)



    What's the difference about the Seagate Barracuda and WD blue?
  3. blackengine501 said:
    Joeteoh99 said:
    The stick cooler for the CPU will be fine as long as there is no overclocking at all. ;)

    The build is nice and I think instead if WD you could upgrade to the Seagate Barracuda for $1 or $2.

    By the way, try PCPartPicker and place your parts and they will find cheap prices for the same parts. :)



    What's the difference about the Seagate Barracuda and WD blue?

    in my opinion Seagate has better support and last longer. ;)
  4. Joeteoh99 said:
    blackengine501 said:
    Joeteoh99 said:
    The stick cooler for the CPU will be fine as long as there is no overclocking at all. ;)

    The build is nice and I think instead if WD you could upgrade to the Seagate Barracuda for $1 or $2.

    By the way, try PCPartPicker and place your parts and they will find cheap prices for the same parts. :)



    What's the difference about the Seagate Barracuda and WD blue?

    in my opinion Seagate has better support and last longer. ;)


    I'll consider that I like high quality components also what are your opinions about the Mobo, Gpu, and Psu are they high quality? I know asus mobo are no 1 in mobo quality but i'm on a budget as I said earlier
  5. I didn't get you RAM section are you getting 8GB?
  6. Joeteoh99 said:
    I didn't get you RAM section are you getting 8GB?


    A two stick of 4gb so yeah... an 8gb sir ^^
  7. One last thing that can make a big difference. Go on PCPartPicker and place your parts. Then this will tell you if any thing is not compatible. And will also find cheaper prices of the same product and model. :)
  8. Joeteoh99 said:
    One last thing that can make a big difference. Go on PCPartPicker and place your parts. Then this will tell you if any thing is not compatible. And will also find cheaper prices of the same product and model. :)


    Ok thanks a lot!
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