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post #21 of 113
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Originally Posted by akromatic View Post

welcome to australia where we get ripped off anyway

the OP is from australia and eggs dont ship here

Yep, they are cheap prices for Australia!

Well could someone please recommend me a good case for under $120 if you think bitfenix is not going to be as good as I thought.

If I go with a bigger case than I my as well go for a full size mobo. so what do you think of this ?


Thanks, I may still end up going with a bitfenix if there are no better options that are available to me.
post #22 of 113
...I really liked my prodigy as I had watercooling in there as well and could carry it around with the handle! ...but really depends what you want to do with your PC!
post #23 of 113
Corsair 350D ...$119...no side window though!
post #24 of 113
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Ok thanks, I think I will just stick with the prodigy.

I think my build is ready to be purchased !?!
post #25 of 113
Node 304,but yeah your good to buy.
post #26 of 113
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for the ram, I am going to buy dual kit, and I heard that the corsair vengeance pro is good paired with the the 4th gen intel cpu's and mobos.

SO would it be worth getting something like this instead of a single ram stick?

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=23775 ( There is also a lifetime warranty which is always good )

Or am I better off getting a cheaper ram for around $60-$70 and put the money towards something else ?
Edited by Jordan32 - 7/12/13 at 2:54am
post #27 of 113
Cheaper ram for sure
post #28 of 113
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Ok, then thanks, what do you recommend ?
post #29 of 113
Vengeance LP or Crucial Ballistics Sport. Work fine, aren't expensive.
post #30 of 113
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Ok, also if i were to get this motherboard: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=138_1019&products_id=23793

I am pretty sure I can only use 1 Graphics card with it ?

is that correct ? If so it doesn't really matter, I was just wondering because one day I may put another graphics card in to increase the performance when the pc starts to become outdated.
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