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True enough, but for just a boot drive the lower-endurance TLC NAND won't make too much of a difference compared to the higher-endurance MLC on the 840 Pro.
A couple other good budget solutions would be the Kingston SSDNow V300 and the Crucial m4.
Sorry, I didn't notice that you were from the land of FUBAR technology prices. Anyhow, the G-550 is more than enough for a OC'd 3570K and a 7950. Shouldn't use more than ~400 watts in all.



The regular 840 is the only SSD on the market (not really sure) that uses TLC NANDs which is unproven in terms of long term reliability. Plus, the pro comes with 5 years warranty instead of 3 for the regular.

With you 100% on the other two statements.
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True enough, but for just a boot drive the lower-endurance TLC NAND won't make too much of a difference compared to the higher-endurance MLC on the 840 Pro. A couple other good budget solutions would be the Kingston SSDNow V300 and the Crucial m4.
Sorry, I didn't notice that you were from the land of FUBAR technology prices. Anyhow, the G-550 is more than enough for a OC'd 3570K and a 7950. Shouldn't use more than ~400 watts in all.

Yeah frown.gif the prices suck here

I'm guessing by some reviews (johhny) that the unit I picked is great being Gold Rated and Seasonic.
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I'm guessing by some reviews (johhny) that the unit I picked is great being Gold Rated and Seasonic.

Yeah, it's one of top two favorite 80-PLUS Gold-rated PSUs in the 500-600w class. The other being the Super Flower "Golden Green" 550w (also re-branded as Rosewill's Capstone 550w). I don't think that one's available in Australia, however.
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The regular 840 is the only SSD on the market (not really sure) that uses TLC NANDs which is unproven in terms of long term reliability. Plus, the pro comes with 5 years warranty instead of 3 for the regular.

With you 100% on the other two statements.

I'm trying but he wont stretch his budget $60 more :S
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Yeah, it's one of top two favorite 80-PLUS Gold-rated PSUs in the 500-600w class. The other being the Super Flower "Golden Green" 550w (also re-branded as Rosewill's Capstone 550w). I don't think that one's available in Australia, however.

That's good about the psu.

Yeah we don't have rosewill here, is that newegg's brand or?
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That's good about the psu.

Yeah we don't have rosewill here, is that newegg's brand or?

More or less. I think it's a legally-separate entity now, but for all intents and purposes you can treat it as such.
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build looks good proably not a key selling point but the k version also has hd4000 graphics
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