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Old 04-30-2014, 04:17 PM   #11
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I don't think so, but if it does you could remove it.

Ok thanks for all the help
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You're very welcome!
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Old 05-01-2014, 07:31 AM   #13
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Nice build, but I was wondering why you didn't go with the unlocked version of the 4770K? As well as why don't you use the fans that come with the case? Okay one more thing is that I would recommend a 770 not a 760 it is a significantly better video card.
He probably didn't go for the unlocked version as its a bit cheaper and probably doesn't plan on overclocking.
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That very well may the case, but I'll wait until he decides if he's going to overclock.
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CX series power supplies are amazing just make sure you get the V2 the V1's had an issue with the capacitors I am currently running a CX500 v2 and have no issues what so ever also what is this PC gonna be used for unless you are gonna be doing video editing 16gb is over kill and you can save $60 to go towards a better video card if you go with 8gb instead.
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Depending on what you are doing with your computer... The i5 4760k might be better. It shaves off $100!
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