Looking for the confirmation on new build

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  1. It looks like that should all work together but if I were building it I would use a Gigabyte mobo for performance/reliability and a Seasonic PSU for quality, clean, reliable power.
  2. I was looking at gigabyte mobo but I think the ASRock would be better With the PCI 3.0 slots its more future proof. and my PSU i kinda just threw on there so any PSU suggestions are welcomed
  3. system is good but mobo is not too much good there for go for asus p8z68-vpro (better sli,crossfire) (best oc'ing) and many more try it.i also using p8z68 vpro.
  4. not really worried bout ocing
  5. Everything in that build is solid other than the psu you have up there. Low quality doesn't even begin to describe it and when your psu goes a lot of times it takes other components with it including your board.

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  6. Yeh i know it was shitty.

    @Why_Me What about the motherboard? everyone is saying its kinda lowbut i think its nice
  7. theZomgtiger said:
    Yeh i know it was shitty.

    @Why_Me What about the motherboard? everyone is saying its kinda lowbut i think its nice

    I like that mobo so much I recommend it a lot on here. It's mean looking and it's solid not to mention it has those PCI-E 3.0 slots that Ivy Bridge will support.
  8. Yeh i liked the PCI 3.0 slots makes the mobo and this build futureproof
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