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i dont really mind for cable management..will the psu i have not suffice? the mobo is 20$ more is it worth it, i thought the msi was good for ocing too? also i thought ocing ram was very very minimal gains?

The PSU is fine, but there is better out there. Like what I recommended. I just don't see the point in have 620W if you are never really going to use it.

Gigabyte and ASRock have proven themselves on this website. MSI I'm not so sure of, which is why I recommended those choices instead. Benchmarks prove faster ram helps out, but the thing is with the Samsung Ram you are not paying the price premium of the higher speed Ram. It's still $40 for 8GB, however if you do a search on this website you will see how far people have taken it. It does 1866 and 2133MHz pretty easily. It would be stupid to not go with that ram.
post #12 of 17
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ok ill change ram/mobo, but ur psu cost way more i saw this psu for 30$ is the reason i took it
post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by fabbbyyy View Post

ok ill change ram/mobo, but ur psu cost way more i saw this psu for 30$ is the reason i took it

Please never buy a PSU because its cheap. Its cheap for a reason. The PSU is perhaps the most important part in the system. You really need to consider a high quality, stable PSU.
    
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post #14 of 17
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yes but the reviews look good and it has the 80 PLUS Certified ATX12V / EPS12V stamp
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post #16 of 17
Just remember though, you get what you pay for in this industry. If they are having a ridiculous rebate on it there is probably a reason why. You really don't want your PSU to fail in a year or two and take some other components with it. That's why on this website people recommend Seasonic, Silverstone, Corsair and Rosewill because they are quality PSU's that have proven themselves.
post #17 of 17
Its your system. I don't think I'd ever put a $30 PSU in any system but like I said, it's your system. Also, are you really sure you understand the 80 plus cert? We see a lot of people looking for high certs and in reality it's not much more than a marketing thing. The efficiency difference between a PSU running at 82% vs 79% is almost zero. Also remember that the 80 plus assumes you are loading the PSU to a certain average draw. Most people here so grossly over spec their PSU they never get close to the rated capacity therefore the 80 plus is useless.

The PSU subforum here has a great list of recommended PSU for a variety of uses. You may want to review that,
    
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Samsung SM951 M.2  Samsung 840 EVO Windows 10 Dell U3011 
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WASD w/Cherry Blues and O rings EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 CaseLabs S5 
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