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post #31 of 47
Just to be sure, I would measure for 10 in case that PSU is stupidly long.
post #32 of 47
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Even if it is 10" i will have enough room, not much but will have room...
    
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post #33 of 47
Cool beans.
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After reading the comparisons between 2600k and the 970 that answ3r posted there, not sure how you could still possibly want anything but the 2600k, the proportion of value in favor of the 2600k is preposterous to get anything otherwise.

Edit: And I'm with everyone else being confused as to why you need 1200w, but power to you! Hopefully it's a good psu.
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post #35 of 47
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After reading the comparisons between 2600k and the 970 that answ3r posted there, not sure how you could still possibly want anything but the 2600k, the proportion of value in favor of the 2600k is preposterous to get anything otherwise.

Edit: And I'm with everyone else being confused as to why you need 1200w, but power to you! Hopefully it's a good psu.
Just got done looking at the comparison, and wow, as i said i am not done researching, but if you told me it did this i wouldnt have believed you, is it unlocked for overclocking though?
    
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post #36 of 47
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Rep to you both! Thanks for the help with both the cpu and the psu peace!
    
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post #37 of 47
Yes, the 2600k and the k series only has an unlocked multiplier. If it doesn't have a k after the number in the 2nd gen i series, then it has a locked multi.
post #38 of 47
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but as im looking over my case and measuring i think will the holes n the psu line up with the ones on the case? are they all the same?
    
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post #39 of 47
The mounting holes are standardized as far as I know.
post #40 of 47
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Yes, the 2600k and the k series only has an unlocked multiplier. If it doesn't have a k after the number in the 2nd gen i series, then it has a locked multi.
Only multiplier unlocked? does that mean i cannot do anything to the voltages etc?
    
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