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Rate this Pc. I actually happy with it.

ASRock B75 Pro3-M Motherboard
$69.00

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit with SP1 OEM
$99.00

Samsung 840 Series 120GB SSD Retail Box
$99.00

BenQ RL2450H 24in LED Widescreen Gaming Monitor
$199.00

Intel Core i5 3570K
$235.00

Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2013 Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
$159.00

Corsair Vengeance CMZ12GX3M3A1600C9 12GB (3x4GB) DDR3
$95.00

Seagate Barracuda 2TB ST2000DM001
$99.00

PCCG Custom System Assembly Service with Upgraded Cooler
$135.00

CoolerMaster Storm Enforcer
$89.00

CoolerMaster Thunder M Series Power 620W
$89.00

Galaxy GeForce GTX 680 2GB
$469.00

Noctua NH-C14 All-In-One CPU Cooler
$89.00

Nexus Real Silent 120mm Case Fan
$18.00(2x)

TOTAL: $2116.68 (Including Shipping and GST)
Going to install the two 120mm fans on top of the case.
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  1. 4~5/10 and you should stop reposting
  2. thats pretty bad.

    overclocking cpu with a nonoverclockable mobo

    no need for 12gb ram

    psu is crap.

    you can get a better comp for less money
  3. ARICH5 said:
    thats pretty bad.

    overclocking cpu with a nonoverclockable mobo

    no need for 12gb ram

    psu is crap.

    you can get a better comp for less money


    It's too late, I am assuming he already bought it due to

    "I am actually happy with it"

    and this is like at least his 3rd similar post so maybe a troll or a bot
  4. ah...lot of that goin around lately
  5. To asnwer a Few Questions:
    1: No Im no Bot or a troll.
    2: Internet sucks( sorry if I posted this thread a couple of times)
    3: Well, The website Im getting it from is Mwave, and I live in Australia.
    Ram was on special, As well as:
    Hard Drive
    SSD
    Video Card
    Whats wrong with the Motherboard?
    I think I might change to the non K version.
  6. The motherboard dosen't allow you to overclock the 3570k which means you're paying the k prenimum over the normal 3570 for no benefit.overclocking requries a z77 board

    The PSU should be a quality model like one from seasonic, antec, corsair or xfx thought this CM one is decent but a tad bit overpriced

    I would drop the cooler down to a 212EVO

    I tend not to get gaming keyboards but it's your choice

    I like the case you chose

    8gb of ram is enough though if the special was cheap then I could justify making that purchase

    HDD and SSD are good

    The
  7. The motherboard dosen't allow you to overclock the 3570k which means you're paying the k prenimum over the normal 3570 for no benefit.overclocking requries a z77 board
    Ok, Look into more pricer motherboards. Thing is, Me buying the 212 Evo be enough to cool the motherboard+cpu under heavy Load?

    The PSU should be a quality model like one from seasonic, antec, corsair or xfx thought this CM one is decent but a tad bit overpriced:
    I will look into it.

    I would drop the cooler down to a 212EVO
    I got this one now, changed websites and got a $200 dollar drop in price. Im now going with this.

    I tend not to get gaming keyboards but it's your choice
    Razer Fanboy :sol:

    I like the case you chose
    It comes with fans pre-built.

    8gb of ram is enough though if the special was cheap then I could justify making that purchase
    It was on special. Really If i want 8 its just taking off $20 dollars.


    One quick question:
    Will I need the 3570k or the non k version, You see I dont plan on overlclocking due to the cooling temps however if this is not the case then I would choose the 3570k.


    For the motherboard lists of what I can support:
    http://www.mwave.com.au/category/motherboards-2800/intel_compatible_motherboards-2802/view-20/sortid-1/display-box/291%3dlga1155/page-1
  8. how about:
    ASRock Z77 Extreme4 Motherboard
  9. the 212 evo can keep your temps down on the 3570k so thst is not an issue

    for mb get the cheapest one out of these models
    asrock extreme 4
    gigabyte z77x d3h/ud3h
    asus z77 v-lk/le
    msi z77a-gd55
  10. So:
    Mobo: Asrock Extreme 4
    CPU: Intel I5 3570k
    Gpu: probally a ASUS GeForce GTX 680 DirectCU II 2GB Overclocked
    CPU cooler: 212 evo.

    Another Question:
    Do you think that the ASUS GeForce GTX 680 DirectCU II 2GB Overclocked will fit inside my cooler master case and onto the Extreme Mobo?
  11. You'll have to take out the middle drive bay (which is detachable) to fit it

    There are better cards for the price though like the 7970/7970ghz
    Good asus factory OC card
    http://au.pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-video-card-hd7970dc2t3gd5
    Regular ASUS one
    http://au.pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-video-card-hd7970dc23gd5

    Gigabyte has the best price/perf and similar cooler
    http://au.pcpartpicker.com/part/gigabyte-video-card-gvr797oc3gd
    http://au.pcpartpicker.com/part/gigabyte-video-card-gvr797to3gd
    http://au.pcpartpicker.com/part/gigabyte-video-card-gvn680so2gd
  12. I think that they would do that for me. The asembly service covers that. Juts to make something clear, Im not assembling the pc Mwave is doing that for me.
  13. Yeah they will do that for you, its good then :)
  14. Final Question:
    "Which Gpu should I get out of these selections:"
    http://www.mwave.com.au/category/video_cards-4200/nvidia_video_cards-4205/view-20/sortid-1/display-box/283%3dgeforce_gtx_680/page-1

    I want performance to be dominant. The price should hover around $600, mabey an asus Oc 2gb 680?
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  16. Best answer selected by nathan17890.
  17. You can put this a solved, but I will update it when I order the computer.
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