Want a Final lookover of my build before i purchase it today. The build is as follows.
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64BIT SP1 DVD OEM ASUS P8Z77-V Lk ATX LGA1155 Z77 DDR3 3PCI-E16 2PCI-E1 3PCI SATA3 SLI DVI HDMI DP USB3.0 Motherboard Intel Core i5 3570K Unlocked Quad Core Processor LGA1155 3.4GHZ Ivy Bridge 6MB Retail Patriot Intel Extreme Masters 8GB 2X4GB PC3-12800 DDR3-1600 9-9-9-24 1.5V Dual Channel Memory Kit Corsair Professional HX650W 650W ATX 12V 52A 24PIN ATX Modular Power Supply Active PFC 120mm Fan XFX Radeon HD 7870 Double D 1000MHZ 2GB 4.8GHZ GDDR5 DVI HDMI 2XMINIDP PCI-E Video Card ASUS DRW-24B1ST 24X SATA DVD Writer OEM Black Antec Three Hundred Two Mid Tower Gaming Case 302 ATX 3X5.25 6X3.5INT No PS Front USB3.0 & Audio Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200RPM 64MB SATA 6Gbps 3.5IN Internal Hard Drive - OEM / Total:$975.09 (with taxes - $1092.10 *Canadian)
Please can someone look it over. I will not be buying an SSD or CPU cooler at this time, possibly at a later date. Overclocking is in the future.
Thanks for any input i really appriciate everyones help and i gotta give it up to the forum for helping me get the most bang for my buck.. It's crazy how much of a better machine im getting compared to the garbage i had made nearly a month ago. I love you all <3
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Looks good to me. I would change the psu to a Seasonic of the same wattage though.
why would a seasonic be the better choice? iv noticed most reccomend corsair, good reviews too. any specifics?
You're perfectly fine. The HX650 is one of the best power supplies out there and has a great price. Don't worry. Your build looks amazing, have fun with it
Thanks for the input man, i appriciate it!! Am probably going to purchase tonight or early tomorrow as some the parts are on sale. Thanks to you and the forums for helping build my computer from scratch and I love being on this forum.
I don't think there's anything left to change here. You're good to go. Happy building!
If you want to save some bucks, you can get a 500-550W PSU instead. Otherwise, good job!