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My first time building, how does this look?

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User Info: JRaasin

JRaasin
3 years ago#11
qeoijlijw posted...
i'm not gonna lie
that's pretty terrible
i'd get rid of the cpu fan, ssd, and get a cheaper case to swap for an i5 4670 build
and 7950 has been lower than $150


Why get rid of the fan? Is it not necessary? I'll swap out the 7950 for the gtx760 as suggested and I'll look into a cheaper case.

wanna keep the ssd though.
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User Info: CloudZ1116

CloudZ1116
3 years ago#12
You really don't need an aftermarket fan unless you plan on overclocking.
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User Info: Flaktrooper123

Flaktrooper123
3 years ago#13
If you take 4670k or 4770k, aftermarket fan is recommended. Haswell runs hot even when not oced.

User Info: JRaasin

JRaasin
3 years ago#14
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/213Jl

Is this better? I need a wifi adapter in the mobo and I'm not sure if this has one. Also got rid of the optical drive, can install windows through "other means".
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