batuchka said: Also: do u happen to stay near a Microcenter?
batuchka said: Hit an entry level 80+ like Earthwatts/ECO Antec 380/400?http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371033&cm_re=Antec_380w-_-17-371-033-_-Producthttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371029&Tpk=eco%20400w
batuchka said: A quality one - yes ^^ The EA380 80+B featured in Toms Dec 2010 $500 USD SBMhttp://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/build-a-pc-overclock-athlon-ii-x3,2811.htmlThe HD 6850 is a wee bit more efficient than a GTX 460 as well
batuchka said: Yep that would be fine ^^
batuchka said: For 500GB i would hit F3 Samsung or 7200.12 Seagate so thats good to go Yep u are welcomed ^^
christop said: Those psu suck. I would not cheap out on a psu you will regret it later when it dies and takes out most of your hardware.
iphupho said: Are all other components OK or do you have some more comments?
batuchka said: With a decent PSU in the mix: if that 880G is pricey settle for something like a 770 chipset and either hit a better chip (955BE) if needs justify it or better case since u already hitting a discrete?
batuchka said: If CoolerMasters are readily available where u at, Elite 370/430?
batuchka said: 1. Better cooling options2. Ability to upgrade to monster >12" GPUs like 5970/69903. Bottom mounted PSUhttp://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6654
batuchka said: Yep looks good to go ^^
batuchka said: Actually these Yate Loon 120s are amongst the most bang for buck case fans for me ^^http://www.amazon.com/Yate-120mm-Model-D12SL-12-Black/dp/B000CHU9UCIf funds are tight at least start with 2 i.e 1 x intake and 1 x exhaust (rear)