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2000 dollar PC build

Last response: in Overclocking
January 21, 2013 2:33:38 AM

Was wondering if this setup would all work together! A detailed response would be nice!

Antec Eleven Hundred Gamer Case
Silverstone Air Penetrator 120mm fan
Intel Core i7-3770k Processor 3.50 GHz w/8MB cache
Zalman CNPS9900 MAX CPU Cooler w/Blue LED
Asus Maximus V Formula with AC3 w/DDR3 7.1 audio, gigabit lan, CrossFireX/ SLI
Cosair ValueSelect 16GB DDR3 1333MHz CL9 Dual Channel Kit (2x8GB)
Cosair Force Series GS SATA lll Solid State Drive 240 GB
WD 2TB Caviar black 7200rpm SATA lll w/64MB cache
Asus 8x DVDRW slim external black
Asus HD7870 DirectCU ll V2 Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition 2 GB PCI-E w/dual DVI, HDMI, displayport
Cosair professional series Gold AX1200 modular power supply

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a c 145 K Overclocking
January 21, 2013 3:28:30 AM

Look here:

The Corsair 500R is superior and is cheaper .... it aslo has a total of $67 off in combo w/ 850w H series PSU ... 1200 is way overkill
$255 Sale price ($188 after savings)
-$25 combo savings
-$10 MIR on PSU
-$20 MIR on case
-$12 (10% off w/ EMCXWWN93 + free USB drive, limited offer)

Cooler / TIM - Phanteks w/ Shin Etsu

Cooler - $80 - Phanteks PH-TC14PE
TIM - $5 - Shin Etsu

I don't see what the formula is doing for you with the rest of the selected parts and the E-ATX Mobo I don't think fits in the 1100.

I'd use better memory ....

DDR3-1600 CAS 8
DDR3-1600 CAS 9
January 21, 2013 3:45:21 AM

so if i used a 850 watt for these components it would work better? Also i would like to know if all these parts are compatible with one another? For example, the motherboard with the ram, video card ect.
a c 145 K Overclocking
January 21, 2013 4:29:52 AM

Yes and yes

Tho, Id use twin 670's in SLI and an 840 pro SSD for more performance.....850 watter plenty for that

Also if a gaming rig, I d drop to the 3570k and save a few bucks