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I´m going to buy this computer the next week and I need some opnions about it :P

Intel Core I5 2500k 3.30ghz 6mb Lga1155
Asrock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3
560-ti EVGA
SATA 3 WD blue 500 gb 16mb cache 7200
DDR3 2x4G 1333 MHZ Kingston
Cooler master silent pro 700W
Thermaltake v3

i had bad recomendations about Asrock motherboard from some users from my country (Argentina), but i have been reading some reviews and this is a Great and cheap motherboard.
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  1. Intel Core I5 2500k 3.30ghz 6mb Lga1155
    -personally prefer the i7 for future proofing.
    Asrock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3
    -never had an asrock. heard good and bad.
    560-ti EVGA
    -evga is a good brand.
    SATA 3 WD blue 500 gb 16mb cache 7200
    -go with caviar blacks if you can.
    DDR3 2x4G 1333 MHZ Kingston
    -prefer ocz or mushkin but your choice.
    Cooler master silent pro 700W
    -never had a cm psu. make sure its highly rated.
    Thermaltake v3
    -you dont need a cpu cooler the stock one is fine.

    dont forget to do doublchecks to make sure everything is compatible.

    -cpu socket
    -ram type
    -ram channels, # of sticks
    -psu plugs needed, main power type, extras for vid card
  2. ASROCK is a subcompany of ASUS which is a pretty darn good motherboard company. ASROCK puts out pretty good motherboards here is my setup.

    Intel Core i5 2500k
    Asrock Z68 EXTREME4 Gen 3
    EVGA Nvidia Geforce GTX560Ti FPB
    Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600 8GB (2x4)
    OCZ Vertex 2 90GB SSD (boot/game drive)
    Seagate Barracuda 500 GB SATA II
    LG 12x Super Multi Blue WH12LS38
    CM Storm Sniper
    Corsair TX650 PSU
    Corsair Hydro H100

    I like to stay with highly recommended power supplies corsair, seasonic, pc power and cooling to name a few. The one item you never want to go bad is your power supply just a utter mess. I've heard good and bad things about OCZ memory kingston is good for sure also patriot, and corsair are good options. As far as cooling I really like Zalman if you are looking into aftermarket cooling very affordable and easy to install compared to most after markets. EVGA great costumer support can not go wrong with them. All and all your build looks good just make sure you don't go cheap on the items you need to have with really good quality PSU, CPU, etc., and best of luck man.
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