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User Info: Dragonruler9999

Dragonruler9999
3 years ago#1
Currently these are my pieces: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/22vhY

Budget 1000-1500$ (preferably lower)

Perfomance and Gaming (mainly for ps2 emulation) PC

Planning to take out the HDD and may use a mini ATX (not too sure if will fit)

OS: (Planning to use Linux)

Thanks.
...The Creator Of RyuKe...

User Info: VIP86

VIP86
3 years ago#2
Get a 770. They dropped in price, I believe you can find some for 300 bucks. Also would recommend a better board. Get a nice Asus matx. Also since you want to go matx, get a corsair 350d.
i5-3570K| MAXIMUS V GENE| ASUS DCUII 670| CORSAIR XMS3 8GB| CORSAIR 350D| INTEL 520 180GB| CORSAIR H110i| CORSAIR AX750

User Info: Snadados

Snadados
3 years ago#3
You have a k model Intel CPU but an H77 motherboard.
You can't really overclock your CPU with an H77.
Since you have an aftermarket cooler I assume you are looking to overclock in which case you want a Z77 model motherboard.

Your PSU is way more powerful than what you need, though if you are getting one that powerful with the idea to run two GPUs in the future then that should be fine.

If you do plan to run 2 GPUs in the future then you're going to run into problems with Nvidia GPUs as pcpartspicker shows that motherboard does not support SLI, which is needed to run multiple Nvidia GPUs.
The motherboard does appear to support crossfire which is for running two AMD GPUs.

I'd look into a 1tb hdd.
500gigs can fill up rather fast and Western Digital 1tb drives can often be found on sale for $60.
Have you accepted Raspberyl as your loli and savior?

User Info: Dragonruler9999

Dragonruler9999
3 years ago#4
That's alot to digest. but I will manage. Thanks
...The Creator Of RyuKe...

User Info: Flaktrooper123

Flaktrooper123
3 years ago#5
I recommend Z87 for new pc though
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