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Help me with new build please!

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I have never built a computer and I have no clue what all the parts do but a friend helped me pick some stuff.
I just want to know if this is all i need if it is all compatible and what i could change to make it better with out raising the price its actually a little over what i wanted to spend.. I am hoping to make a good gaming computer so i can play most if not all my games on max. Thanks.

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I'd avoid Seagate, as their reviews suggest and my own experience confirms. Since merging with Maxtor their quality has gone right through the floor.

Many folks like Western Digital, but I've had the best reliability from Samsung. My choice -


Also, I've had many compatibility problems with Microsoft mice and (less so) keyboards. My choice -


The low price is a bonus.

Finally, I'd suggest Win7 64 Pro rather than Home edition.

But overall, a nice build.
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