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Tarun another awesome system, you should go into the business, that last one should do it all
Edited by Bravo2010 - 3/9/12 at 9:53pm
 
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i hope OP likes it redface.gif
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Other than a change to the 650W PSU I mentioned earlier, I think I'm now going to go with this build. Though I'm going to order the parts tomorrow, so there's still time for debate, lol.
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that 650w PSU is out of order so had to change it to rosewill redface.gif for a single card a 500watts PSU is fine thumb.gif
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that 650w PSU is out of order so had to change it to rosewill redface.gif for a single card a 500watts PSU is fine thumb.gif

I'm honestly hoping to run dual GPUs in the future, and again, I want the added wattage on there for future upgrades.
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This is my current "final" build. Final meaning its the preferable one right now. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/5yDX Though I need a different (preferably 650+W) PSU as the current one is out of stock (thanks Tarun for pointing that out)
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any time pal any more help yet me know just buzz the thread thumb.gif
Edited by Tarun - 3/9/12 at 10:24pm
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Unless you really like that case for some reason, I would get a different one, that one doesn't have good cable management. I would pick a NZXT M59 if you want a window(which is the only think I think is decent about that CM case) or Source 210 if you don't care.
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any time pal any more help yet me know just buzz the thread thumb.gif

Yeah, one more thing though, I do need a different power supply, preferably 650W+. Any recommendations?
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Unless you really like that case for some reason, I would get a different one, that one doesn't have good cable management. I would pick a NZXT M59 if you want a window(which is the only think I think is decent about that CM case) or Source 210 if you don't care.

Thanks for the catch, I switched the build to the NZXT, though now all I need is a good 650W+ power supply and I think I'm good.
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