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well maybe, but I am planning a full water loop at some point as well. All the 850s I saw didn't seem up to the task amperage wise - and the 1200w was only $40 more than a 1000w, so I went with that. Overkill? possibly, but future proofed - definitely smile.gif
    
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Intel Core i7 3770K Asus P8Z77-V PRO XFX Radeon 7990 Corsair Vengeance 16GB 
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Sandisk Extreme SSD 128GB Seagate SATA 6GB 1TB LG Super multi Blue Corsair H100 
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Windows 7 64bit Del U2410 24" Logitech K800 Silverstone Strider Evolution 850w 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Cooler Master COSMOS II Logitech G700 Razer eXactmat Asus Xonar Essence XT 
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Audio Engine A5+ speakers Shure SRH840 headphones Gelid Wing 12 PL fans x 4 push/pull config for rad Various other Gelid wing fans throughout case 
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i like your thinking! future proofing is always a good idea, and fun on top of it!
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