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core 2 duo P8700@2.53GHz 2242CTO Intel X4500MHD 4gb 
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fujitsu 320gb dvd rom cd/rw Windows 7 Professional x64 15.4" 
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Panasonic 6-cell + 65W AC adapter lenovo t500 Logitech MX518 
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Intel i5 760 evga p55 sli MSI gtx460 Hawk corsair dominator 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
kingston ssdnow hyper 212+ windows 7 professional sam syncmaster 
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Acer Razer Blackwidow ocz 650W coolermaster elite 335 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
core 2 duo P8700@2.53GHz 2242CTO Intel X4500MHD 4gb 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
fujitsu 320gb dvd rom cd/rw Windows 7 Professional x64 15.4" 
PowerCaseMouse
Panasonic 6-cell + 65W AC adapter lenovo t500 Logitech MX518 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel i5 760 evga p55 sli MSI gtx460 Hawk corsair dominator 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
kingston ssdnow hyper 212+ windows 7 professional sam syncmaster 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Acer Razer Blackwidow ocz 650W coolermaster elite 335 
Mouse
Logitech MX518 
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Originally Posted by Lysdexik View Post
First of all, welcome to OCN.

Nice selection on parts here, you will absolutely love the HAF 912. I just built my good friend a computer during the black friday sale and he went with that case. I have previously owned the HAF 932, and although the 912 is mostly plastic, it looks to have great durability. Also, I haven't really kept up with the i5 line, even though I own one (silly, right?). Well, I bought mine because it was a good deal here on the forums as a combo deal, but I would definitely recommend looking into the i7 line as they are great overclockers. I used to have 3x 500GB Spinpoint F3's and even though I only had them a short time, they were probably the fastest / most reliable spinning hard drives I ever owned. An SSD would compliment your system nicely as well, even if you get a small one like a 32/64GB just as an OS drive.
Thanks for your info

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Originally Posted by Cykososhull View Post
Is there any specific reason you want an i5? Have you done any research on i7's? If not look here http://www.brighthub.com/computing/h...les/48391.aspx
budget is my main constrain....i was thinking i5 might be sufficient for me already

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Hello and welcome to OCN.
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