Re: Buying new computer, need help picking components?
I'd say the heatsink is fine, it may be a bit noisy though. Two silent but good heatsinks I would recommend, both reviewed in Issue 20 of Custom PC, are the Akasa AK856, and the Akasa AK862.
The AK856 has a single temperature controller fan, which is 72mm. This fan can go between 3050rpm and 6000rpm, but even on an overclocked FX-55 it didn't go faster than 3500rpm. It cools 5 degrees C better than the stock cooler as well, and the best bit is it can be had for just £11.69!
The AK862 is also very nice. It has a much bigger 92mm fan, which is controller via a fan controller which can be placed on the back panel. The fan can run at speeds between 1700rpm and 3100rpm. At 3100rpm, it cooled an overclocked FX-55 to 10 degrees C cooler than the stock heatsink fan, at 1700rpm, which is whisper-quiet, it cools to 2 degrees better than the stock heatsink fan. The best bit is, it can be picked up from Scan for £8.23!
So, either of those two are good. I can't say anything about the PSU though sorry, as I don't know which case your getting. Post the URL and I'll check it out for you tomorrow. Also, there is no point getting Corsair RAM unless you are going to overclock really far, so get the cheapest RAM possible. The best is usually Elixir.
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