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No point getting a 3570k for an H77m board, plus the PSU seems a little low for that... At this stage, based on the PBtech black friday sale prices, the best deal for me will probably come from their cyber sale on monday, and plus I urgently need this PC, like I said before my current laptop is terrible so there's really not much point in waiting to save a little extra. At this stage I'm pretty keen just to stick with the AOC 23.6" monitor (like I said it has the HDMI option which is necessary for my dual monitor setup). Any thoughts on the K282 case or should I stick with something like the Bitfenix Outlaw or the Bitfenix Merc Alpha?
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WD Blue Edition 1TB 3.5" SATA3 Lite-On IHAS324 ALLWRITE 24x SATA Default CPU cooler Windows 8.1 64bit OEM 
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LG 23EN43V-B 23" Full HD LED Monitor Cooler Master V550S 550W Gold rated PSU Bitfenix Merc Alpha 
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No point getting a 3570k for an H77m board, plus the PSU seems a little low for that... At this stage, based on the PBtech black friday sale prices, the best deal for me will probably come from their cyber sale on monday, and plus I urgently need this PC, like I said before my current laptop is terrible so there's really not much point in waiting to save a little extra. At this stage I'm pretty keen just to stick with the AOC 23.6" monitor (like I said it has the HDMI option which is necessary for my dual monitor setup). Any thoughts on the K282 case or should I stick with something like the Bitfenix Outlaw or the Bitfenix Merc Alpha?
I have used the Merc Alpha, no cable management but that thing stays frosty. The Outlaw I havent used yet but it should be as cool as the Merc Alpha. I personally love the performance for the money on the Merc Alpha so I personally would go for that, hide your cables in the massive amounts of HDD bays.
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Okay, well hopefully I'll be getting the v550s PSU which is modular so I don't think there will be too many problems with cable management but if the merc alpha is as good as you say it is I'll probably go for it, it's also one of the cheaper options which I like.
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Intel i5 3470 Gigabyte GA-H77M-D3H Sapphire R9 270x Dual-X OC with Boost G.SKILL Ripjaws X 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600MHz 
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WD Blue Edition 1TB 3.5" SATA3 Lite-On IHAS324 ALLWRITE 24x SATA Default CPU cooler Windows 8.1 64bit OEM 
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LG 23EN43V-B 23" Full HD LED Monitor Cooler Master V550S 550W Gold rated PSU Bitfenix Merc Alpha 
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Intel i5 3470 Gigabyte GA-H77M-D3H Sapphire R9 270x Dual-X OC with Boost G.SKILL Ripjaws X 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600MHz 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
WD Blue Edition 1TB 3.5" SATA3 Lite-On IHAS324 ALLWRITE 24x SATA Default CPU cooler Windows 8.1 64bit OEM 
MonitorPowerCase
LG 23EN43V-B 23" Full HD LED Monitor Cooler Master V550S 550W Gold rated PSU Bitfenix Merc Alpha 
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