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i have heard that amd is working on Bulldozer so if i am gona wait for that, it will be a crappy car to a bugatti for me : D
You don't necessarily have to "wait". You can still buy your system, just buy a motherboard with full bulldozer compatibility. Like this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131767

Would be a great choice if you could find one where you are.

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Looks decent. My suggestions:

Try for an AM3+ Mobo so it'll give you upwards mobility with the BD processors that are set to come out in a month or two

Bigger HD

Definitely need at least 4GB of RAM. 1333 is pretty slow. Try for at least 1600...if you plan to overclock..which i'm assuming to since you're on this site.

Other then that everything else is fine. Just keep in mind of building for the future. Good luck!
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Hi Faint.

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www.komplett.no thanks for replys, I really want a cheap parts, not the best you know ? : )
You may want cheap parts but a solid P/S is something that can go from system to system. Also a cheap P/S which does not have good overvoltage and short circuit protection can cook some, if not all your compnents for you. Is the few dollars savings really worth the risk? That is the question you need to answer to yourself.

Otherwise its a decent rig.
Have fun and good luck with your build
    
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Am3+ mono over that 880g or asus m5a97 (evo)
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I had my antec save my build, I had forgotten about standoffs screwed directly into the case, the antec would not let my pc boot, stopping a destruction of my computer.
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