Please Help Me!

I am going to be building a budget gaming pc: http://pcpartpicker.com/ca/p/pwkZ

I really need some input because the world of power supplies is really just confusing to me.
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  1. That's a good setup, though I'd go with a OCZ Vertex 4 128GB over a smaller drive. It'll be faster and won't get cluttered as quickly. (SSDs need about 30% empty space for disk management or they start to get sluggish.)

    Don't buy a Rosewill - it's more than likely to break and cause damage to your entire computer. I'd go with a tier 2 or 3 from this list: http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspx
  2. Your power supply has enough output power to run your computer

    I dont know that particular model but an 80+ gold rating is excellent

    I would use 1600 MHz RAM . It will try and default to 1333 MHz anyway , and 1866 is a pretty extreme overclock for the memory controller

    The rosewill challenger is not a particularly well made case . Its made of thin metal and the plastic front looks cheap
  3. DarkSable said:
    That's a good setup, though I'd go with a OCZ Vertex 4 128GB over a smaller drive. It'll be faster and won't get cluttered as quickly. (SSDs need about 30% empty space for disk management or they start to get sluggish.)

    Don't buy a Rosewill - it's more than likely to break and cause damage to your entire computer. I'd go with a tier 2 or 3 from this list: http://www.eggxpert.com/forums/thread/323050.aspx


    Well, oops. I already purchased my case.

    I think I'll go with what you guys recommended.
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