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Is this a good deal for a 700 dollar build? Or could you do better?

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User Info: someflamablekid

someflamablekid
4 years ago#11
aak57 posted...
raidmax psu = automatic skip


This. If you plan on getting that rig you better swap out that PSU ASAP. Thing will probably die in a few months.

User Info: cory1225

cory1225
4 years ago#12
someflamablekid posted...
aak57 posted...
raidmax psu = automatic skip


This. If you plan on getting that rig you better swap out that PSU ASAP. Thing will probably die in a few months.


I've had a raid max psu for a while and it works just fine.
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User Info: ECOsvaldo

ECOsvaldo
4 years ago#13
Here's one if you want to go the AMD route -> http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1CdsI
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User Info: gastaman

gastaman
4 years ago#14
ECOsvaldo posted...
Here's one if you want to go the AMD route -> http://pcpartpicker.com/p/1CdsI


That's ~$90 more, though, after MIR.
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