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Please look and voice opinions. I need specific help with choosing a graphics card, my games consist of: Diablo 3, WOW, Mine Craft, Fallout 3 w/Mods (any Fallout games in the future), Runescape. Nothing high end like Battlefield, Halo, COD. Anywhere else you can see a cut in cost please say so.
I am also holding off on all purchases until Cyber Monday to try to fall into some great deals (Especially a good monitor).
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Personally, I think even though you say you're not looking for demanding games, you may be better to sacrifice CPU overclocking, in favour of better GPU. Note that Microcentre deal on CPU, is in-store only. If you don't have local branch, you will pay $40+ more, elsewhere.
Ok I noticed a couple features that i would change about this build, first is that unless you are going to play games w/disks (instead of downloading them) you can save 25$ by getting rid of the optical drive.
Next is that your GPU will bottleneck the machine, If you have the budget get a 7870 otherwise at least get a 7850, both of those are great cards and can run most games on high or ultra detail.
If you do not plan on overclocking get an i5 3570 instead of the k is will save a bit of money. But on that note if you want to overclock get the k and a cpu cooler like the coolermaster hyper 212 evo it's cheap and it works great.
Everything else in this build is great, best of luck
If you don't necessarily want to overclock processor, the question is, do you have access to a Microcentre? That's such a good deal, if you can use it, there's no point in changing processor, even if you don't need OC, you'd just as well have it "in reserve", anyway. If you don't have MC access, money can be saved on CPU, motherboard, and cooler, that can be spent elsewhere, like GPU.
Can someone tell me what makes the Motherboard better? I want to look into better deals but on motherboards I am completely lost. Or if someone checks MicroCenter for a good deal on a Motherboard that can function well in this build I would really appreciate it.
Mobo is more difficult. The Asus V Pro is very good board, more than you need. I'd prefer it, though, if it came with my RAM. The mobo I picked is a good mix of features/performance/quality at reasonable price, but the V Pro is even better. You can reduce cost of mobo, but I'd prefer you did that by dropping features, you may not need, rather than sacrifice quality. If for instance, you didn't want the ability to add a 2nd GPU, in crossfire, you could go with something like this. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks
On the case, the 690 is quite a nice case. There have, however, been several upgrades, to it. It's not always easy to know which version is being sold. I would recommend checking the spec, of the offered one, against the spec, on Coolermaster's site, both features and dimensions. Actually the earlier versions weren't bad, anyway, but nice to know what you're buying. If that's the latest version, it's a good deal; if they're reducing price, to get rid of old stock, less so.