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post #11 of 26
Lol okay sorry for sounding harsh

Now let me help you. Change that PSU to something like the Corsair 550VX or Corsair 650TX which is 5 dollars more. Also im not sure why you chose the Asus P5K-E. It's a great motherboard, i love the BIOS more than any of the Gigabyte ones but unless he really needs onboard wireless the P5K-E will not be much better compared to the GA-P35-DS3L in terms of performance/ overclockability. It will save you $40 to change the A-P35-DS3L.

Im not so sure about the case, did you chose it because he liked the look? I would pick the cm690 or the Antec 300 over the apevia anyday. Higher quality, better performance.
post #12 of 26
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your mom. this isnt for me. Its for a new member on OCN who was gonna blow money on a prebuilt computer from newegg.So hush it will destory that prebuilt!
you hurt my feeling u jerk off

Well i suppose nice build, and anyone on here who buys a prebuilt is NUTS.... this is OCN not UNOCN
post #13 of 26
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you hurt my feeling u jerk off

Well i suppose nice build, and anyone on here who buys a prebuilt is NUTS.... this is OCN not UNOCN
hahah your mobo got dissed
post #14 of 26
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Lol okay sorry for sounding harsh

Now let me help you. Change that PSU to something like the Corsair 550VX or Corsair 650TX which is 5 dollars more. Also im not sure why you chose the Asus P5K-E. It's a great motherboard, i love the BIOS more than any of the Gigabyte ones but unless he really needs onboard wireless the P5K-E will not be much better compared to the GA-P35-DS3L in terms of performance/ overclockability. It will save you $40 to change the A-P35-DS3L.

Im not so sure about the case, did you chose it because he liked the look? I would pick the cm690 or the Antec 300 over the apevia anyday. Higher quality, better performance.

explain???? my board can get 650FSB show me a gigabite that can do that lol
post #15 of 26
When im saying overclockability i mean how well it can overclock to a certain speed 650 FSB on a Q6600 would mean 5.58 Ghz which does not seem possible even on WC. Of course the P5K-E will overclock better but the GA-P35-DS3L is the right choice here sine its 40 dollars cheaper.

The P5K-E is an awesome board even i bought it im not bashing it but in this case the Gigabyte is all that the person needs.
post #16 of 26
Am I the only one missing a hard drive and optical drive?
    
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post #17 of 26
IDK what you guys dont like about OCZ, look at all the reviews on newegg, and for that price it cant be beat. Only other one I see better is the Corsair, thats it. But hey everyone has their opinions.. and also Id agree, change that mobo to a P35 or a BloodIron, CHEAP and good OCing capabilities.
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post #18 of 26
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There's just something about those OCZ's.
I think maybe because I see people trying to sell them around.
I want to sell mine
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post #19 of 26
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817703009
the black one is better

if your not going to SLI or do some crazy overclocking this should be enought...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817703005
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post #20 of 26
I would go with a psu other than ocz, my buddy had their ram and psu and both took a dump on him.
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965 BE 4.0GHZ (250 x 15.5) @1.5V m2n32 sli deluxe - 2000mhz @ 1.3V Asus TOP 5850 1GB 950/1200 Kingston HyperX 5-5-5-15 
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