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Corsair vengeance doesn't have enough clearance to support Noctua NH-D14 by default I would suggest getting 8 gigs of G.skill Ripjaws X ram instead.

If you plan/hope to go sli get the z68 pro or p67 pro

how come you picked z68? Do you need quick sync, onboard graphics, ssd caching, unclocked onboard graphics? No get the ASUS p8p67 pro or non pro if you don't wanna sli.

Might look into grabbing MSI 560 Ti Twin Frozer it runs way cooler than any other 560 Ti and is also quieter than the others.'

Sweet pick on the power supply and if you need to do sli yeah 650 is the way to go

Do you really need optical drive or doesn't USB flash stick suffice?

Also the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced might be bigger and better while still being low priced.
Twin Frozr's burn RAM's, because MSI does not include a heatsink for the RAM.
     
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Their cooling design can easily hold the ram cool same goes for ASUS cooling design.
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Casz View Post
Corsair vengeance doesn't have enough clearance to support Noctua NH-D14 by default I would suggest getting 8 gigs of G.skill Ripjaws X ram instead.

If you plan/hope to go sli get the z68 pro or p67 pro

how come you picked z68? Do you need quick sync, onboard graphics, ssd caching, unclocked onboard graphics? No get the ASUS p8p67 pro or non pro if you don't wanna sli.

Might look into grabbing MSI 560 Ti Twin Frozer it runs way cooler than any other 560 Ti and is also quieter than the others.'

Sweet pick on the power supply and if you need to do sli yeah 650 is the way to go

Do you really need optical drive or doesn't USB flash stick suffice?

Also the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced might be bigger and better while still being low priced.
Agree with everything he said !! Especially what i highlighted .
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Originally Posted by bl1tzk1213g View Post
Looks good to me. I don't thin you need to lower the memory, just to make it a bit future proof though nothing is future proof nowadays. Also if you're planning on clocking that beast to 4.5+ ghz then I should say keep the noctua d14 Cheer!
I am going to overclock to 4.5ghz. I am also (when I get the money) going to go SLI and get another 560 TI and a 650w psu. I also want to get another 24" Samsung monitor or get 2 and use my current monitor for console gaming. I also need a new computer desk so all in all I think this will cost around £1300 for my whole computer system. Also when Ivy Bridge comes out next year I want to upgrade to that around next winter.
    
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