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Just want to know if you would get some other parts.
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I will be putting my gtx 560 ti from my old pc in here.

So is the PSU good enough?
Should I get the hyper 212 evo or this one?

Maybe advice for motherboard?

Any other advice is good too thumb.gif
post #2 of 8
Everything looks good and even in the near future if you think about going with two 560ti in SLI,that PSU should be sufficient.
post #3 of 8
PSU is good but I would take a different HDD for boot drive. CPU cooler will cool fine if you're not OCing it too much. And what is the corsair kit a single 8G stick?
    
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looks good to me thumb.gif
 
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In regards to the motherboard, it depends on what you want it to do. There are great boards in all priceranges really, it all comes down to your specific needs. Be it OC'ing, number of PCI lanes, USB ports etc. etc.

The build looks nice all-in-all !
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post #6 of 8
Quote:
Originally Posted by prince_of_peter View Post

Just want to know if you would get some other parts.
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I will be putting my gtx 560 ti from my old pc in here.
So is the PSU good enough?
Should I get the hyper 212 evo or this one?
Maybe advice for motherboard?
Any other advice is good too thumb.gif

You don't need 2 optical drives.
Take the Hyper 212.
I am not a big fan of that case to. A mid tower Cooler Master 690 II or a Fractal Design Arc Midi would be my choice . With the money saved you can buy a SSD as boot drive.
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PSU is good but I would take a different HDD for boot drive. CPU cooler will cool fine if you're not OCing it too much. And what is the corsair kit a single 8G stick?

The ram is 2x 4gb

I will probably overclock to maybe 4.5ghz
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Originally Posted by micul View Post

You don't need 2 optical drives.
Take the Hyper 212.
I am not a big fan of that case to. A mid tower Cooler Master 690 II or a Fractal Design Arc Midi would be my choice . With the money saved you can buy a SSD as boot drive.


Optical drives cost nothing and I sometimes copy discs.
I really like to have a windowed case and also like led fans.
I wont buy an SSD, because I dont really care about fast boot or little faster load times of programs.
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