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User Info: kyte97

kyte97
2 years ago#1
http://au.pcpartpicker.com/p/fNdGnQ

Not entirely sure what the ins and outs are, a friend put this together for me. I'm between choosing a Razer Deathadder 2013 and Logitech G400s for a mouse. Suggestions for a headset would also be nice.

Thanks.
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kyte97
2 years ago#2
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User Info: BannedMom

BannedMom
2 years ago#3
Why are there parts with no prices? Whats your budget
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User Info: kyte97

kyte97
2 years ago#4
I'm not sure, but overall the tower cost a bit under 1400 without peripherals, don't really want it costing more than that unless its necessary.

But a budget for a headset or peripherals? I'd prefer something entry level around $70. I was looking into a Turtle Beach X12 since its around that price.
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kyte97
2 years ago#5
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BannedMom
2 years ago#6
Help this kid guys
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User Info: Pepys Monster

Pepys Monster
2 years ago#7
Either choose a micro ATX case or get an ATX motherboard.
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User Info: kyte97

kyte97
2 years ago#8
Pepys Monster posted...
Either choose a micro ATX case or get an ATX motherboard.


Why's that? I thought the case supported micro ATX?

Also, if I decide to get an SSD later would I be able to change it so it boots the OS from there?
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2 years ago#9
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User Info: Shub

Shub
2 years ago#10
kyte97 posted...
Pepys Monster posted...
Either choose a micro ATX case or get an ATX motherboard.


Why's that? I thought the case supported micro ATX?

Also, if I decide to get an SSD later would I be able to change it so it boots the OS from there?


To your first question, it's just silly to limit your future upgrade options on purpose by getting a MicroATX motherboard. People get MicroATX motherboards because they want a smaller PC or they just don't care about upgradability and any motherboard will do the job. If you want a MicroATX case, then a MicroATX motherboard is justified and you should get a MicroATX case. Otherwise, an ATX motherboard should be your only choice.

To your second question, yes, though you'll probably want to do a clean install of the OS onto the SSD.
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