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Hey here is the specs:

http://www.komplett.dk/k/shoplist.aspx?mode=receive&si=1263640&su=0A5A3DBB-43F4-466C-8AAD-BCDDA295702C

And also would the 600 watt be enough for 2 gtx 760? and is there any thermal paste on the stanard intel cooler?
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Yes, there is thermal compound on the stock heatsink.
As for the PSU, you won't be leaving much room, it might just manage. I recommend getting a 700W.
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Is the budget around the price of the build you posted? Is this going to be mainly a gaming rig? Do you have no want to OC your CPU in the future? Will you water cool someday?

I would switch these parts around;

You really want a Z87 Chipset if you are going to SLI and game. Imo, it is not worth skimping on the MoBo budget from the start.
Gigabyte GA-Z87X-D3H 1.199DKK

The CX series PSU is the lowest end of the Corsair PSU's. You will be much happier with a higher quality unit, also the one I posted is modular which will make cable management much easier in that case.
XFX ProSeries XXX Edition 750W Modular 729DKK

Save some money on the HDD by going with the WD Blue
WD Caviar Blue 1TB 499DKK

In all honesty, I would forgoe the SSD to switch to these above parts so that it will still stay within the budget. Adding an SSD is much easier than upgrading a MoBo, so, I suggest getting a better MoBo right off the bat and then adding an SSD a little down the line, maybe when you get that second GPU? But, this is just my opinion.

The PSU I posted is on the recommended PSU list from OCN and I generally just look there when I am looking for a PSU. Hope this helps, cheers.
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Hey here is the specs:

http://www.komplett.dk/k/shoplist.aspx?mode=receive&si=1263640&su=0A5A3DBB-43F4-466C-8AAD-BCDDA295702C

And also would the 600 watt be enough for 2 gtx 760? and is there any thermal paste on the stanard intel cooler?

Nope its not a good system

Also are you from Denmark?
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