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Hello,
So im building my first gaming computer im probably not going to be playing those hardcore games like crysis 2 and most likely not be overclocking. I just want to know if my setup is good/compatible and get some adivice on the best things i can get for some hardware

Intel i5 3570k
Mobo:SI Z77A-G45 Intel 7 Series Z77(Recommend me some)
2x4Gb (8GB) Corsair Vengeance
1tb caviar black
Case:??? maybe Coolermaster haf 912
Gtx 560ti superclocked(or lower if not needed)
Fan:???
PSU:???
Windows 7 home premium
Keyboard mouse:??
Monitor:???
I use my dre beats for gaming
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    Haf 912 is a good choice if you like the looks.
    CM Hyper 212+ or EVO for cooler.
    Any quality 500watt+ PSU you can find from Seasonic, Antec, Corsair, XFX or OCZ.
    1080P full HD monitor, many good offerings from Asus for example.
    All a question of where you are shopping.
  2. rolli59 said:
    Haf 912 is a good choice if you like the looks.
    CM Hyper 212+ or EVO for cooler.
    Any quality 500watt+ PSU you can find from Seasonic, Antec, Corsair, XFX or OCZ.
    1080P full HD monitor, many good offerings from Asus for example.
    All a question of where you are shopping.


    Well luckily i have a tiger direct store near me so im going there. Do you think 560 ti superclocked is too much? And my brother built his there they put it together for free for pretty much im just going there all in one day and then pick up the finished the next day
  3. If you are interested in saving money you can use this to select your parts and vendors http://pcpartpicker.com/parts/cpu/ and then build it yourself, it is not that hard.
  4. Well seeing as im just gonna get help from tigerdirect i guess its solved lol
  5. Best answer selected by Hellohi.
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