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    Hello guys after to long without a decent pc i whant to build a new one, this is what i have so far.

    CPU - i5 6600k
    MOBO - MSI Z170A TOMAHAWK or the msi gaming pro
    MEM - Patriot memory viper pv48g280c6k ore g-skill but red.
    PSU - corsair rm750x ore the cooler master V series v750
    GPU - ASus strix gtx 970-dc2oc ore amd 390(X)
    HDD - Seagate Desktop HDD ST2000DM001, 2TB
    SSD - Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
    CASE - Corsair Carbide SPEC-03 Red Led i already have this 1.
    COOLING - Cooler Master Seidon 120V Ver.2

    what do you think of this i,m on a budget of max 1200 euro.
    Any idees on the psu, memory would be welkom.
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    System Build - PCPartPicker

    With Cooler Master Seidon 120V Ver.2 which is approx. 100 usd, it should fit your budget (barely).
    Last edited by Skyline; 06-01-2016 at 13:44.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyline View Post
    System Build - PCPartPicker

    With Cooler Master Seidon 120V Ver.2 which is approx. 100 usd, it should fit your budget (barely).
    sorry dont see anything just a blank site where i can choose what i whant
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    Default Re: building new pc

    I was going to comment that these are some of the easiest "or" to answer that I have seen recently. All really easy calls.

    You may want to consider switching to a WD (WD Blue WD20EZRZ, 2TB - Prijzen - Tweakers). Seagates have had a much higher failure rate over the last few years.

    Personally, there is no way I would do a 120mm (or any) CLC in that (or any) build. Worst noise to performance possible. Other than that, the build looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I was going to comment that these are some of the easiest "or" to answer that I have seen recently. All really easy calls.

    You may want to consider switching to a WD (WD Blue WD20EZRZ, 2TB - Prijzen - Tweakers). Seagates have had a much higher failure rate over the last few years.

    Personally, there is no way I would do a 120mm (or any) CLC in that (or any) build. Worst noise to performance possible. Other than that, the build looks good.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I was going to comment that these are some of the easiest "or" to answer that I have seen recently. All really easy calls.

    You may want to consider switching to a WD (WD Blue WD20EZRZ, 2TB - Prijzen - Tweakers). Seagates have had a much higher failure rate over the last few years.

    Personally, there is no way I would do a 120mm (or any) CLC in that (or any) build. Worst noise to performance possible. Other than that, the build looks good.
    thx will look at that hdd
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    Hi
    Go for WD black Hard Drive. This is the best Harddrive available in market.
    Think about GTX - 980 Graphics card.

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    Default Re: building new pc

    Or...no Hard Drive, which I submit is the best HDD in the market. <grin>.

    But, I'd certainly go with WD or HGST over a Seagate any day. The WD Blacks have a 5 Year Warranty, so that's a definite plus.

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    I'd say go for the Cooler Master V series over the Corsair. Really impressive reviews and they're Seasonic re-badges anyway, which explains their great performance. Someone else would have to chime in on preference for the memory.

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