I was planning on getting that cooler, exact model. However, is it necessary to get that instead of the stock. I have never OC'd and don't know the technicalities of it so I probably won't 'risk' it. But I guess that's another thread
Well if you don't intend to OC then the stock cooler is fine. But if you're not overclocking you're essentially wasting quite a bit of cash by getting a CPU and a motherboard intended for overclocking.
I will need some tutorials to OC properly, I would appreciate if someone provides some.
Also, I will be taking the G43
Sorry for the Late Comment Bbrk... but MSI g43 is a horrible overclocking board... I have the same set up as you but different brands
I5 3570k (OC to 4.0 ghz @ 1.104v) <- voltage not really sure due to MSI BIOS not registering correctly which is the problem for overclockers with this board.
Gigabyte 660ti 2gb, 750 modular psu, x40 kraken nzxt cooler. I too am a beginner overclockers but this board is a horrible board to start with. Asrock does have the better BIOS/UEFI set up than MSI and overclocking is something you should learn especially with the set up you have or your wasting its potential. there is a thread here by Mr. Face easy step by step set up only thing is you dont need to reinstall windows.