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Nice build dude looks like you'll be happy for years to come with that one...might want ta sneak an ssd in there

I'll probably get a 20gb ssd after I get BD.

Only need enough for the OS. A sata 3 hdd is way fast enough for data storage
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post #22 of 33
I say you got pretty decent build. Nice thinking of future when you get your BD and dump that crap :>. I say just hit the checkout!
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post #23 of 33
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I say you got pretty decent build. Nice thinking of future when you get your BD and dump that crap :>. I say just hit the checkout!
Will do, just gotta go make a deposit tomm. and Its off.
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post #24 of 33
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I'll probably get a 20gb ssd after I get BD.

Only need enough for the OS. A sata 3 hdd is way fast enough for data storage
yep 20gb will work just fine for OS I still have 27gb free on my 60 with a couple games on it too......theres a nice setup guide here that works great for both performance and drive longevity.
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post #25 of 33
Don't go with 20GB SSD. Unpacking and other things you do go into temp folder where is your OS installed. Go with 60GB minimum. So you got 1gb free, you can do unpacking bigger then that.
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Yeah, for the $10 and my lack of need I think ill stick with the better quality corsair.
There's absolutely nothing wrong with the antec that he linked. Mine runs perfectly.

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post #27 of 33

If you're interested in saving more cash
Cheaper 1600 CL8 RAM

(currently out of stock)

Rosewill Green 630W (cheaper and carries a different brand name, but this reliable PSU will power the same kind of cards a TX650 V2 can power, and it's a very good quality unit)

Otherwise it's a great build!
post #28 of 33
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Don't go with 20GB SSD. Unpacking and other things you do go into temp folder where is your OS installed. Go with 60GB minimum. So you got 1gb free, you can do unpacking bigger then that.
you set it up so all your user and temp files are on storage disk, like I said I've still got 27gb free on my 60 and I have 2 games loaded on it also. But 30gb would give ya some wiggle room...they recommend leaving a % free on them to make em live longer. Heres the guide I was talking about http://www.overclock.net/ssd/929553-...p-secrets.html things are so darn expensive but man they sure do make windows fly
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If you're interested in saving more cash
Cheaper 1600 CL8 RAM
990FXA-UD3 (currently out of stock)

Rosewill Green 630W (cheaper and carries a different brand name, but this reliable PSU will power the same kind of cards a TX650 V2 can power, and it's a very good quality unit)

Otherwise it's a great build!
wow...thats a good deal on that ram and its cas 8
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post #30 of 33
If you never plan on going CF then get this modular SeaSonic:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-093-_-Product

There is a 620w for $14 more but you wouldn't be pulling more than 350w anyway.
 
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