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Thanks for that. i forgot to mention i will be getting a $150 monitor so the case has to be cheaper =(. i will probably get a cheaper case and psu.
Then just get a HAF 922, the HX650 that should save you $70. The difference in pricing from MSY and PCCASEGEAR should save you another $50. You'd be looking at approximately $1400.

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Edited by Polymerabbit - 11/5/11 at 2:59am
 
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post #32 of 35
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are the Corsair Carbide 500R Case - White fans any good?
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Then just get a HAF 922, the HX650 that should save you $70. The difference in pricing from MSY and PCCASEGEAR should save you another $50. You'd be looking at approximately $1400.

EDIT: That's all from me today PM me if you need anything else answered, I'll keep this tab open as well.
tyvm for all the help
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are the Corsair Carbide 500R Case - White fans any good?
Last post for today

They're good. You can get better but the difference in temperature is negligible.
 
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Intel X-25M 120GB SSD, 500GB HDD + 60GB SSD cache Pioneer 22x DVD-RW Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Dell U2311H 
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Intel X-25M 120GB SSD, 500GB HDD + 60GB SSD cache Pioneer 22x DVD-RW Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Dell U2311H 
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post #35 of 35
Yea, the temps if you change out the white fans are negligible. Plus the white LEDs are so sick, why even bother?

A67 mobo is good enough for many users. The main reason people have the Z68 is for the onboard video, for backup when we inevitably run into a point of time when we have to take out our GPU. & also SSD caching, which isnt really impt.

Something else which you might wanna look out for is actually whether the mobo is Gen3.

My recommendation would be the Z68Extreme4/Extreme3.
    
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