all set for OC :D ?

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  1. Are you talking about a case fan or a CPU cooler?

    CPU cooler
    make sure to get this with it

    Case fan would depend on what case you have and what size you need
  2. I need a Good case and Good CPU and CASE fans
  3. zalman cnps9700 fan and a thermaltake armor case. lots of airflow and can convert to water if you were so inclined
  4. A case is a very subjective decision, only you can decide what's best for your needs. You could start with a price range and we could suggest a few things.
  5. Case + Fan= around 200-250bucks
  6. And a good PSU plis
  7. The silencer 750 is an excellent PSU. Technically a little overkill, you could go with the Silencer 610
  8. Zorg said:
    The silencer 750 is an excellent PSU. Technically a little overkill, you could go with the Silencer 610

    +1.
  9. Check this out if you want a case with lots of fans and good airflow, I also think it looks pretty sweet.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146047

    (Edit) Also here is a great PSU at a great price, its a corsair 80+ 750w and you get $50 instant savings from newegg and also a $20 mail in rebate. Good stuff.


    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139006
  10. aznguy0028 said:
    +1 for the cooler
    +1 for the fans

    :)



    What's wrong, you don't like the case?
  11. Keep with the PC Power AFAIK they are pretty much the best at that price range.
    Love the choice of GFX card, the 4870 offers very good price/$ ratio.

    Not sure about the RAM though, I havent read/heard anything that suggests 1066MHz DDR2 is better than 800MHz OCed, but its a pretty good price anyway.

    Personally I am a fan of the Antec 900, especially the bottom mount PSU and 20 CM top fan.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811129021&Tpk=Antec%2b900
    The only downside is no dust filters, I suppose you could always get some, but they hinder airflow. Personally I dont mind cleaning the case every 6 months or so.
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