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Is seasonic a viable choice? as for the combo's thank you
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For only gaming a 2600k would be a waste of money. Go with the i5 2500k.
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For only gaming a 2600k would be a waste of money. Go with the i5 2500k.
Ok thanks i'll fix that, otherwise is the sabertooth a good choice?
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Gaming.
in that case grab yourself the 2500k with a p8p67 pro or if your on budget and would like to save a bit on the mobo go for the asrock p67 extreme4.

On that note 4GB of RAM is more than enough for gaming, get the ripjaw x Gskill 1.5 CL9 for $44.
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Is seasonic a viable choice? as for the combo's thank you
SeaSonic's are amongst the best PSUs available. Corsairs are frequently rebranded SeaSonic PSUs for that matter.
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post #16 of 19
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Ok thanks i'll fix that, otherwise is the sabertooth a good choice?
Sabertooth is a decent choice, but the P8P67 EVO or Pro are just as good. New Combos with 2500K:
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/ComboDe...t=Combo.660777
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/ComboDe...t=Combo.660797
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/ComboDe...t=Combo.660743

Unless you're doing heavy video editing/rendering/encoding, the 2500K will do just fine. Gaming performance is the same between 2500K and 2600K


Those Corsair PSUs mentioned here are Seasonic built....so yea, they're quite viable.
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munaim recommended a great board that many members have, i have the sabertooth and it has not given me any problems and has OCed well, but at 200$+ might as well save a bit of money and put it towards a good heat sink and go with the pro ?
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SeaSonic's are amongst the best PSUs available. Corsairs are frequently rebranded SeaSonic PSUs for that matter.
Thanks, now part of my build. i think i will order/cpu/mobo/ram for my own system it needs a litle refresh
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Ok thanks i'll fix that, otherwise is the sabertooth a good choice?
Sabertooth is definetly good choice.
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