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Good build for extreme gaming and high durability?

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Buying this from cyberpowerpc, please check if the hyper 212 evo is gonna fit in this 9inches wide case + 120mm side fan.
Is the motherboard good for mild overclocking? And i might add a 2nd GTX 670 FTW in the future, not soon though.
Any suggestion/recommendation? Please review carefully, I won't be getting new pc again for the next 4 or 5 years.
Thanks.
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    yes the EVO will fit w/o a problem and that board will most defiantly get you a good 4.2Ghz overclock. since you have two PCI-E x16 slots that will run x8,x8 mode it will run a SLI 670 FTW set up no problem and the PSU is enough for that.

    aside from getting changed quite a sum of money the build is fine for what you're looking for. though it hurts to see someone spend $1200 on a rig w/o an SSD for an OS/APPS drive and a HD for storage.
  2. Best answer selected by quangluu96.
  3. it's a budget, i dont really need SSD, 20 second late window startup ain't gonna end my life.
  4. Anonymous said:
    yes the EVO will fit w/o a problem and that board will most defiantly get you a good 4.2Ghz overclock. since you have two PCI-E x16 slots that will run x8,x8 mode it will run a SLI 670 FTW set up no problem and the PSU is enough for that.

    aside from getting changed quite a sum of money the build is fine for what you're looking for. though it hurts to see someone spend $1200 on a rig w/o an SSD for an OS/APPS drive and a HD for storage.


    Anything else or im good to go :D, by the way is it gonna fit the side fan too?
  5. quangluu96 said:
    Anything else or im good to go :D, by the way is it gonna fit the side fan too?

    you're good to go. if there are any problems cyberpower will deal with it but i can't see any including the side fan; that is a sizable case.
    edit: i double checked and the inside diameter of the case is 175mm and the EVO is under 160mm; enough room for a fan (which will be vertically lower than the heat sink anyhow.)
  6. Anonymous said:
    you're good to go. if there are any problems cyberpower will deal with it but i can't see any including the side fan; that is a sizable case.
    edit: i double checked and the inside diameter of the case is 175mm and the EVO is under 160mm; enough room for a fan (which will be vertically lower than the heat sink anyhow.)


    Thanks.
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