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The heatsinks and fans that they are including with processors are quite decent anymore. They are not the most ideal, but more then sufficient until you can save up some money to buy a TT-BT.
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Or should i cheap out on the case and get the big typhoon?
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I would go with your case and use the stock for now. It might not keep things quite as cool as the TT-BT but that may be the difference of having a 2.4 overclock instead of a 2.5 to keep temps below 50c. If even that much. Like I said you can always upgrade that later if you have budget constraints now.
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Originally Posted by uTunes
i want to run agp now, but i might do sptep up in a month or two to the 7600gt
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hey, my advice is you are thinking about upgrading to a pcie card in a month or two just wait and build your system around a native pcie board then. You can get a little extra money by selling your current agp card too.

Also, unless you plan to OC your venice as soon as you get it I'd skip on the bt today and make sure your other components are quality. You can do light OC's w/ the stock cooler. just get some AS5 to stick on it right away and that will help.

I have an FSP Saga series 450w psu in my bro's rig and I really like it. You won't go wrong w/ that psu. (don't remember if you choose 400 or 450w. if you were going to get the 400w version you might want to consider the 450w just to make sure you've got enough power for your OC)
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totally forgot the as5. i need that agp card now because i am not sure if my dad will give me another 100 to upgrade my card
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