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  1. Yes and yes but I would recommend a bigger PSU! Gaming load is 616watts so for some head room I say 750watt min http://www.anandtech.com/show/4239/nvidias-geforce-gtx-590-duking-it-out-for-the-single-card-king/16
  2. Well the full system would be:

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    CASE - PC Thermaltake VN10006W2N LEVEL 10 GT Snow Edition
    POWER - Corsair 650W TX PSU-650TXV2EU
    MOTHERBOARD - Asrock s1155 Z68 PRO3
    PROCESSOR - Intel 2600K

    HDD - Samsung 256GB MZ-7PC256N SSD

    MEMORY - Kit Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB 1600Mhz CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 DDR3

    VIDEO - Gigabyte GV-N590D5-3GD-B - GTX590 3GB Nvidia PCIe


    Except for - USB mouse, USB keyboard, USB DVD-RW - other stuff connected to it has its own power supply and I don't plan on adding any other PCI cards or w/e.
    So won't it be enough then?
  3. This is where I'm buying from: http://edigital.ro/
    Would you make a change in the system?
  4. I'm trying hard to make it cheaper. I can't change the store because I have a coupon there. I will use the system for gaming & vmware.
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    If you are trying hard to make it cheaper drop the 2600k for the 2500k as it offers no benefits to gaming. Maybe go with a gtx 580 as it is still a monster card for much cheaper.

    I also don't understand what you mean by all of the other components will have there own power supply.
  6. For example I have this thingy:
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003X26VV4/ref=oh_o00_s00_i00_details
    with a few drives in it. It draws power on its own, so it won't bother the power supply of the computer. I won't add any other hard drives in the computer.
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