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First Time Nooby

Hello. I need some feedback from everybody for my first computer but first, I want to tell you that I'm only 12 so surprise, surprise, but I know quite a lot than the average child under 13. Anyways, I've already planned on the brands I'll be using the components from but I just don't know which components will be the best. I'm planning to get the motherboard, graphics card, and a gaming network card from EVGA. I will be getting the EVGA GeForce GTX 460 SuperClocked 1024MB EE (External Exhaust) so I'm going for speed, not memory or CUDA Cores. Just speed. How much can a 12 year old overclock on a computer anyways? I have reasons for this card since I'll be playing Need for Speed which may need some good graphics works and since I don't like shooting games like Halo or Alien vs Predator (by the way, which need for speed should I get?) since I stink at those games. Anyways, I decided to get the EVGA Killer Xeno Pro Gaming Networking Card because, I don't really have a good reason so I'll think about it. I need a little help deciding on a board. I'm going for a LGA1366 Socket board with Intel's gaming, well, really performance chipset, the X58. I need a good ATX board. I will go for any boards but the classified boards which are XL-ATX and E-ATX and I'm not buying a case that big. I really just need feedback on a case, case fans (I don't wan't to install liquid even though its better. I don't want a leak), and a processor from the i7 family. I also need a good power supply from OCZ and ram from OCZ. I will get a hard drive from Seagate, not a solid state from OCZ. I didn't compare them but I've heard solid state isn't so good. Otherwise, thanks to the people in advance who are going to post some good feedback for my first build.

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