Suggestions for cpu, mobo, vga

I intend to play Diablo 3 and Guild Wars 2.
I don't intend to overclock anything.

Will this be good

i5 3570
Asus P8H77-M LE
8GB Corsair Vengance
1TB Seagate Barracuda
120GB SSD SanDisk
Corsair GS600 600W
Cooler Master HAF 912
HIS HD 7770 Ice Q X 1GB DDR5 128bit


Any suggestions?
Anything wrong / not optimized / waste?

I am having second thoughts for

i5 3570 k
Asus P8Z77 V LK
Raidmax Super Hurricane
Palit GTX 650 2GB DDR5 128 bit


Note that I WON'T DO ANY OVERCLOCKING.
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  1. Do not purchase anything Raidmax - they make some really horrible cases. If you're not going to overclock then the 3570K will be a wasted purchase. What is your max budget? I could suggest parts if I knew that.
  2. g-unit1111 said:
    Do not purchase anything Raidmax - they make some really horrible cases. If you're not going to overclock then the 3570K will be a wasted purchase. What is your max budget? I could suggest parts if I knew that.



    Thanks for the information about Raidmax. Really new to this. My budget is just within the price range of the said parts.

    I wanna know which is better or will last longer Asrock H77 pro mvp or an Asus p8H77 M LE?

    and for My gpu i just want to know which will run pretty much better the HIS HD 7770 Ice Q X or the Palit GTX 650 ti?

    I don't intend to overclock, no SLI and Crossfire as well. Just running everything on stock and as is after buying.

    And do i need a cooling CPU? or stock and additional fans will do?

    Thanks!
  3. momonster said:
    Thanks for the information about Raidmax. Really new to this. My budget is just within the price range of the said parts.

    I wanna know which is better or will last longer Asrock H77 pro mvp or an Asus p8H77 M LE?

    and for My gpu i just want to know which will run pretty much better the HIS HD 7770 Ice Q X or the Palit GTX 650 ti?

    I don't intend to overclock, no SLI and Crossfire as well. Just running everything on stock and as is after buying.

    And do i need a cooling CPU? or stock and additional fans will do?

    Thanks!


    1. Both motherboards are about the same - the Asrock is a full size ATX board and the Asus is an mATX. For future expansion options you're better purchasing the full ATX board over the mATX one.

    2. The Radeon 7770 GHz edition is better than the GTX 650 is. I don't really know about Palit as they're not available in the US.

    3. Yeah the stock and included case fans are fine if you're not overclocking. If you want part suggestions, post the store you're buying from. If you don't know one the link in my signature will point you in the right direction.
  4. g-unit1111 said:
    1. Both motherboards are about the same - the Asrock is a full size ATX board and the Asus is an mATX. For future expansion options you're better purchasing the full ATX board over the mATX one.

    2. The Radeon 7770 GHz edition is better than the GTX 650 is. I don't really know about Palit as they're not available in the US.

    3. Yeah the stock and included case fans are fine if you're not overclocking. If you want part suggestions, post the store you're buying from. If you don't know one the link in my signature will point you in the right direction.


    Thanks again. Anyway I just bought these yesterday

    i5 3570
    Asus P8H77-M LE
    8GB Corsair Vengance dual
    1TB Seagate Barracuda
    120GB SSD SanDisk
    Seasonic M12II 620 Bronze
    Cooler Master HAF 912
    Palit GTX650 ti X 1GB DDR5 128bit
    2 Deep Cool 120mm fans

    Given these specs and the casing, can you suggest best fan setup for optimal airflow?

    Currently fans are positioned as

    Front 120mm stock as intake
    Rear 120mm stock as exhaust
    Side 120mm Deep Cool as intake
    Top 120mm Deep Cool as exhaust


    The side fan is directly blowing air towards my GTX 650 ti. Not sure which is better between an exhaust and intake at the side for the GPU.
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