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just look at your mobo and see if theres enough usb on THE motherboard, basically how many usb slots will you use up? how many harddrives for the sata ports?

i got like 6 sata ports or something but i only have 2 ssd and one hdd
i could use one more sdd some day but i do video and music production which requires enormous amounts of space. What do you need harddrives for? just gaming and os?

then buy two harddrives and get like 4 sata ports or 3 will suffice

for usb, all the usb ports in front of the case will connect to usb on The motherboard
this you need to determine what case you will buy, because every case has different amount of usb ports on the front panel, some dont even have any so you gotta use the ports on the back of your motherboard.
also keep in mind you gotta connect the audio cable in the case to a usb, at least for me i had to do that. Thats why whatever case you buy, make sure you watch a video review, then watch another one.

its like buying a car, make sure you know everything about it but dont overthink it

you only need like 16 gigs of ram, buy either 4 sticks of 4 gigs OR two 8 gig sticks.

i would get two 8 gigs, and make sure mobo has at least 4 ram slots. you can future proof your ram that way. so one day you might need another stick of ram. but 4x4 ram ( 4 sticks of ram) is cheaper than buying 8x2 i think.

and the cpu just buy something with at least 3.5 ghz and in the quad range, will last you years.

for the gpu, you should look for gaming benchmarks based on the card, look at what games you want to play and google for example, " 270x bf4 multiplayer benchmark"
dont fall for that singleplayer crap.
post #62 of 174
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

XFX Core Edition is not that much more money

I pay taxes plus shipping...not really worth in my opinion..plus not modular...too many cables honestly. But thanks anyways, i know they are rebranded seasonic psu but just too much cabling
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I pay taxes plus shipping...not really worth in my opinion..plus not modular...too many cables honestly. But thanks anyways, i know they are rebranded seasonic psu but just too much cabling

Its a much better unit then the Corsair CX
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Then get the 450W Rosewill CAPSTONE Modular Cable Version Series (the 450-M). It's a much higher quality unit than the CX600M and still has all the power you'll ever need.

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Then get the 450W Rosewill CAPSTONE Modular Cable Version Series (the 450-M). It's a much higher quality unit than the CX600M and still has all the power you'll ever need.

How about the antec HCG series of PSUs? Like the 620w version
post #66 of 174
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How about the antec HCG series of PSUs? Like the 620w version

 

Why?

 

First off: you will never need all that power.

 

Second: it's not modular. Plus, the modular version of the HCG is only PARTIALLY modular.

 

Third: the 450-M is still better.

 

If you really don't trust me, then get the 550-M.

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post #67 of 174
I suggest just getting 8gb of ram to start off with so that you can have some more money for other parts such as cpu and gpu. For cpu I think you should get an i5-4670k unless you are waiting for broadwell (which would probably not be worth it).

As far as GPUs, I would get either a gtx 760 or a r9 270. If you go with an Nvidia card, I reccoment sticking to MSI and EVGA, but if you get an AMD card, I would stick with MSI. The reason I recommend these brands is for the warranties. MSI and EVGA have good warranties, and with them you do not void the warranty by removing the stock cooler so you can re-paste and/or water cool the card without worrying about the warranty.

If you want to put an aftermarket cooler on it, get a Thermalright True Spirit 140 POWER. In my opinion, it is the best cooler for the money right now, and it should allow you to get a mild overclock. You can read more about the cooler here.

Edit: And no matter what anybody ever tells you, never get an EVGA PSU. I have an EVGA NEX750B and it is loud and it really pisses me off that I paid $70 for it.
Edited by wes1099 - 4/18/14 at 7:09pm
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I suggest just getting 8gb of ram to start off with so that you can have some more money for other parts such as cpu and gpu. For cpu I think you should get an i5-4670k unless you are waiting for broadwell (which would probably not be worth it).

As far as GPUs, I would get either a gtx 760 or a r9 270. If you go with an Nvidia card, I reccoment sticking to MSI and EVGA, but if you get an AMD card, I would stick with MSI. The reason I recommend these brands is for the warranties. MSI and EVGA have good warranties, and with them you do not void the warranty by removing the stock cooler so you can re-paste and/or water cool the card without worrying about the warranty.

If you want to put an aftermarket cooler on it, get a Thermalright True Spirit 140 POWER. In my opinion, it is the best cooler for the money right now, and it should allow you to get a mild overclock. You can read more about the cooler here.

Edit: And no matter what anybody ever tells you, never get an EVGA PSU. I have an EVGA NEX750B and it is loud and it really pisses me off that I paid $70 for it.

 

EVGA has some bad ones, yes. However, they also have some amazing PSUs, like their G2s and P2s. Yes, the NEX750B is indeed a junker, but that doesn't mean that ALL of their PSUs are junk.

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EVGA has some bad ones, yes. However, they also have some amazing PSUs, like their G2s and P2s. Yes, the NEX750B is indeed a junker, but that doesn't mean that ALL of their PSUs are junk.
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Yeah I guess that is true.

 

It is true. ;)

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250 GB Samsung 840 EVO (OS) 3 TB Toshiba P300 (storage) Samsung SH-S243N 24x DVD Burner Samsung SH-S203N 20X DVD Burner 
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Thermaltake Frio Win 7 Home Premium x64 SP1 Retail AOC G2460PG (24" 1920 x 1080 144Hz G-SYNC) Filco Majestouch 104-key Cherry MX Blues w/NKRO 
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