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post #11 of 23
Or is it 179.99 for the i5 and 95 for the motherboard at microcenter?

^ this its in store only... just add the board and the chip to your cart it will make sense biggrin.gif
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post #12 of 23
yeah iirc the 3570k is $179, the mobo is $145, subtract $50 from the board when bought together. That's about $280 total, plus tax.

Just noticed you have a std optical drive. If you want an opt. drive in the Sugo you need a slim optical drive. Silverstone makes one for ~$60.
 
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post #13 of 23
im not sure 450w will cut it with what your original post consists of...
    
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post #14 of 23
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Originally Posted by wrxxx View Post

im not sure 450w will cut it with what your original post consists of...

It will. There are builds with a GTX 680 and 3770k on this PSU so this will be fine.
     
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post #15 of 23
Sweet.

Two high-end SG05 builds on the way...
Can't wait for pictures smile.gif
post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by armourcore9brker View Post

It will. There are builds with a GTX 680 and 3770k on this PSU so this will be fine.

This^ I can't understand the "I have to buy twice as much power as my system needs" mentality when it comes to power supplies and it's the reason why there aren't enough solid 300-500w power supplies. Sorry, but I can't stand dumb consumerism and thankfully Seasonic released their new 360-600w G series. Anyway, can't wait to see your build raptor. It has me reminiscing about my last system, which was almost identical (Evga GTX 680 Signature+ & Plextor M3 256GB). In the end, I concluded I didn't need that much power tongue.gif

Word of advice - If you have any problems with fitting drives, you can always do this with the M3 or a 2.5 HDD (Credit goes to NFSxperts)
     
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post #17 of 23
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^What case is that?

I'm thinking about a Mini FT03 Mini with a Silverstone SFX 450W. How loud is that PSU?
post #18 of 23
It's an SG05. The ST45SF isn't really too loud and this is coming from someone who prefers setups which are sonically invisible.

PS There's an FT03 mini + ST45SD over at [H] for $150 shipped - http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1664765
     
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post #19 of 23
looks good except Im not sure how ur going to be able to fit Optical Drive, 3.5 inch and SDD harddrive, AND the H60. Id sure love to see someone do it but from my experience it doesnt seem possible without modding
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No worries, the DVD drive is USB and external.
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