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How is this for a start-up gaming rig?

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2 years ago#21
Bumping for trip to Tiger Direct Saturday
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2 years ago#22
Not sure if you picked a CPU yet but I would recommened saving a few $$$ by getting Windows 7 Home Premium vs Professional. $40 isn't a lot but why spend it?
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2 years ago#23
FMofDeath posted...
Not sure if you picked a CPU yet but I would recommened saving a few $$$ by getting Windows 7 Home Premium vs Professional. $40 isn't a lot but why spend it?


i5-4670k

I'm sticking with Professional for the reason mentioned before (and a few networking/programming reasons).

I've changed my mind on the case, MoBo and PSU. And I'm hoping to find a good deal on either an SSD or larger HDD.

The MoBo that I've picked is a great upgrade for an extra $10, and I'm going with the PSU recommended to me earlier in the topic.

As far as a case, I'm still not sure. I'm going to see what they have at my local Tiger Direct and get a better idea of what I like/what works best for OCing.
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2 years ago#24
Here's the MoBo I'm going with:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=13-130-727
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