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fx 6300 + r9 280x or i5 + gtx 760/r9 270x

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what's better:
fx 6300 + r9 280x;
i5 4430 + gtx 760;
i5 4430 + r9 270x.

or some other with the same price?

THX
post #2 of 9
For strictly a gaming build, I would pick the one with the superior GPU
    
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From the options you listed, I would go with fx 6300 + 280x or 7970 since they are both the same, whatever is cheaper in your area
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From the options you listed, I would go with fx 6300 + 280x or 7970 since they are both the same, whatever is cheaper in your area

fx 8320 + COOLER MASTER BLIZZARD T2 + ASUS M5A78L-M/USB3 + GEIL PC3-14900 1866MHZ EVO CORSA 8GB CL9 (2X4GB) DDR3 + MSI RADEON R9 280X TWINFROZR GAMING 3GB GDDR5 + CORSAIR CX-600W 80PLUS BRONZE + WESTERN DIGITAL CAVIAR GREEN 500GB 7200RPM 64MB SATA III 3.5 + old 250gb hd + dvd drive + peripherals = good buy??

edit: geil ram are a safe buy???
cx600 can suport the intire buld???

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post #6 of 9
Geil is ok for ram, you may want to step up to a 650w if you plan on doing a lot of overclocking. If not the 600 will be fine.

What site are you shopping at? There may be better deals than what you have listed.
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post #7 of 9
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Geil is ok for ram, you may want to step up to a 650w if you plan on doing a lot of overclocking. If not the 600 will be fine.

What site are you shopping at? There may be better deals than what you have listed.

oc to 4.5-5ghz if the mb ASUS M5A78L-M/USB3 suport that speed and the COOLER MASTER BLIZZARD T2 its a good cooler for smal oc???
for 4.5-5ghz 600 its good or its better change for earocool templarius 650w???
i will buy at http://alientech.pt/ (im from portugal smile.gif

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post #8 of 9
If you don't mind it not being modular, this should give you what you need for overclocking + room for other things.

http://www.alientech.pt/product_info.php?cPath=180_14&products_id=20263

For a tiny bit more this cooler will keep things cooler while you OC

http://www.alientech.pt/product_info.php?cPath=180_27_74&products_id=14896

The T2 isn't really great for overclocking
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post #9 of 9
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If you don't mind it not being modular, this should give you what you need for overclocking + room for other things.

http://www.alientech.pt/product_info.php?cPath=180_14&products_id=20263

For a tiny bit more this cooler will keep things cooler while you OC

http://www.alientech.pt/product_info.php?cPath=180_27_74&products_id=14896

The T2 isn't really great for overclocking

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