Good job there. A few weeks is a long time. So you'll want to check back to make sure prices are the same, check for any combo deals, etc., just before you're ready to haul out the credit card.
A couple suggestions.
That Destroyer case has ALL the fans you need out of the box. You really don't need that extra $15 case fan.
Leave out the AS5 too. The Hyper N 520 has thermal compound in the accessory pack. Maybe not quite up to AS5 spec but the difference won't be huge enough to justify the extra $10 cost (more than 25% of the whole HSF).
ASRock 890GX is $30 more than Asrock 870 Extreme 3. Is there any feature of the 890GX (onboard video maybe?) that you need enough to pay $30 for?
Thanks for the quick reply
I didnt realize the HS included the thermal compound
But the case fan is a pack of 4, and i saw some reviews saying the included case fans were a bit noisy
I thought it be best to have the latest chip set but i probably wont ever use onboard video
thanks again for your help
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You’re only going to buy two high-end graphics cards if you’re running at the top resolutions with visual details maxed out. That’s where the 2 GB frame buffers featured on both 6900-series cards come in handy. In many cases, two $300 Radeon HD 6950s outperform a pair of $350 GeForce GTX 570s, saving you $100 total for better frame rates.