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Originally Posted by Pariah1947 View Post
I if you want to save a little $ you can downgrade to the i5 2500k as suggested above to save $100. You could go down to a 750w PSU.
This for sure.

You do not need a 2600k for gaming, it doesn't really give you anything more.

And according to power consumption data that I've come across for the graphics cards/CPU, you should be good with 750W as long as the amperage is good (Corsair, probably is fine).
Edited by donkrx - 8/8/11 at 2:36am
    
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