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Old 18-09-12, 09:01 PM
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Gaming Rig - Need FEEDBACK!

Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO koeler voor processor...
€ 26,99

G-SKILL PC-geheugen Sniper Series 2 x 4 GB DDR3-1866...
€ 52,90

ASUS Maximus V GENE Republic of Gamers - Socket 1155...
€ 189,90

OCZ Interne SSD Vertex 4 Series 2,5" - 128 GB
€ 99,99

Corsair Voeding Enthusiast Series TX750 V2 - 750...
€ 109

Seagate Interne harde schijf Momentus 7200 2,5" 750 GB
€ 80

GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 670 - 2 GB GDDR5 - PCI-Express...
€ 399

Intel Core i5 Ivy Bridge 3570K - 3,4 GHz - Cache L3...
€ 219,90

Total ( without case ) ( i also need help with wich case...) : € 1 177,68

the monitor,keyboard,mouse i already have etc...
i need some feedback what you guys think about this setup..
im in will to do SLI later on i guess...

if you have better ideas or to change parts..
let me know in the comments below.

( also would 750 watts be enough for this setup??? )

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Old 18-09-12, 09:03 PM
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750 is more than enough, Drop down to an AX650
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Old 18-09-12, 09:07 PM
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I'd change the ROG board for a Asus P8Z77-M PRO
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Old 18-09-12, 09:11 PM
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I would change it for an MSI Z77A G45
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Old 18-09-12, 09:14 PM
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I'd change the ROG board for a Asus P8Z77-M PRO
Can you tell why?
Thanks for quick response...
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Old 18-09-12, 09:16 PM
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Because it's much cheaper and offers the same features and it's also m-atx

edit: the onboard sound card is better, don't think it's worth the extra price just buy a soundcard later with the money you've saved.

Why m-atx? For SLI i'd get a atx board
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Old 18-09-12, 09:28 PM
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Because it's much cheaper and offers the same features and it's also m-atx

edit: the onboard sound card is better, don't think it's worth the extra price just buy a soundcard later with the money you've saved.

Why m-atx? For SLI i'd get a atx board
Oh.. Nice to know then...
And i would sli x2 gtx670's..
But im not sure when...
Maybe end december or something near that..

So could you recommend me some boards then for sli?
Thanks in advance..
Ps do you know some good cases? ( big space )
Thanks again!

Edit : is it worth it to add another 670?..
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Old 18-09-12, 09:29 PM
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What res and how many monitors do you play on?
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Old 18-09-12, 09:34 PM
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What res and how many monitors do you play on?
Atm at 1680x1060.
End december im gonna upgrade to bigger res..
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Old 18-09-12, 09:34 PM
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Unless you are using multiple 1080p monitors then 1 670 is more than enough
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