source 210 elite is best overall case for $40-$50. neo eco is a seasonic S12 re-brand and quite a bit better than the cx line. though it's true, the cx430 would do fine so that's a solid choice. also you can combo that Z77 board with a 750GB hard drive for less than buying the board and hard drive separately. also, combo that gpu with some ram already. oh, you might want a cpu cooler. last things I'll suggest: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboDealDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.927544 http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboDealDetails.aspx?ItemList=Combo.944616
edit: that must be a typo. there's been enough confirmation on that board's overclocking capability, so I can't see such a limit being real. not to mention the physical impossibility of it.
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I thought Neo Eco was a lesser brand, and they were still using the Earthwatts line for budget SeaSonic units?
It could be a typo on their site. Not the first time something like that has happened. I've seen a lot of boards pull SLI certification at the last second and "forget" to update their spec lists, but you can look at pictures of the motherboard, and there'll be no SLI bridge or SLI badge on the board.
mmarkster posted... Even though the game runs in 720p, it produces another 480p stream for the New Controller. That's like 1200p!