Checking before i uy

i will be making a purchase in about a week, this is what i have selected. i chose to get it all at microcenter since they are fairly close to me and offer the instore pick up with out having to even pay online. i would like feedback on the selections, if anything wont work together or if im making a bad choice with anything

its a little more than i wanted to spend but i origanly wasnt counting for the moniter and opted for a more expensive gpu becuase it had better rating than the 660ti and it also comes with 2 free games. i look forward to hearing what you have to say Thanks

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  2. im sorry i will just list the items
  3. i5-3570k-189.99

    ASRock extreme 4 z77-79.99

    Seagate Barracuda 1tb 7200rpm-84.99

    windows 7 HP SP1-94.99

    Crucial m4 128gb SSD-114.99

    light on 24x dvd burner-17.99

    Gigabyte AMD Radeon HD 7950 3072mb- 299.99 after rebate

    Cooler Mater xtreme power plus 600w atx- 69.99

    Cooler Master HAF 922- 89.99 after rebate

    Cooler Master hyper 212 EVo- 29.99

    Asus 23.6 widescreen Led- 189.99

    Crucial Ballistix Tactical 8gb DDR3 1600 - 59.99

    1483.40 total
  4. Win except for the PSU. Try an XFX, Seasonic, higher end Corsair. Check Johnnyguru for PSU reviews.

    Make sure the GPU has two or more fans (reference models are idiotically loud).

    Speaking of noise, the default CPU profile for the ASRock is max - change it to auto, target level 1, 60C. You can also tie your rear case fan to CPU2 header so it spins up as your CPU fan spins up (assuming the CM case fan is PWM).
  5. JED nailed it about the psu . That one is junk , organized slightly

    Use only 80+ bronze or better power supplies
  6. ok so i will look at some other psus that have 80+ bronze should i stick with cooler master or what are some other ones worth checking out. is 600w enough or should i look at something with more? i think the gpu has 3 btw
  7. how bout this in place of the cooler master psu? Thermaltake TR-700 TR2 700 Watt ATX Power Supply 80 plus bronze cert. is that a better choice?
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