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You are welcome and any other questions please let us know.
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another question which is a good brand name PSU not so expensive in case i decide to replace my current PSU?
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Please refer to my canned text below;

Please note that there is one thing that is possibly worse than using a known poor quality brand of PSU and that is using one that is unheard of, for brands of PSU to trust and brands to avoid please refer to the two attached links http://www.10stripe....d/psu/brand.php and http://www.pcmech.co...ad.php?t=208143

PSU database http://www.realhardt...vos/Page541.htm

Before purchasing a new PSU it is advisable that you measure the dimensions of the present PSU and ensure that the new PSU has the correct power connections for the MB, HDDs, optical drives, FDDs or add on cards such as a video card if one is fitted.

Quality brands include Antec, Corsair, OCZ and Seasonic.


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what do you think of this build http://de.pcpartpicker.com/p/PjO3
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The parts are fine but a couple of things to of note, the MB you have selected is Crossfire capable but not Sli, this is fine if you have no intention of ever wanting to add a second GTX650Ti in Sli mode, if this is a concern consider the slightly more expensive and versatile http://www.amazon.de...6/?tag=pcp05-21

Corsair is a great brand of PSU but I have read a couple of complaints about the CX600 so it would appear that like every other top brand who also have an occasional blip in reliability this is Corsairs, an alternative PSU http://www.amazon.de...8/?tag=pcp05-21

Please do your own research on both of the above comments for your own peace of mind.
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thank you for mention that about the MB and that PSU the OCZ i would buy this one or the corsair but after your reply i'll probably purchase this one
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If you check the Newegg feedback tab as a guide you will see that the first 4 reviews are good but then some of the following comments are not so positive, this is unlike Corsair products BTW http://www.newegg.co...N82E16817139028
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something else i would like to suggest me a good case around 50-80 euros with good air flow so my system be cool
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Cost is 64.52 euros http://uk.pcpartpick...threehundredtwo
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thank you for your reply
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You are most welcome and please continue to ask as many questions as you feel that you need to :thumbsup:
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are kingston rams good or i should stay with corsair and for the graphic card it worth to spend some more money to get a HD7850 instead of the gtx650ti?
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Kingston makes some good Ram but stay away from the budget range http://www.memoryben...ddr3_intel.html

Yes to the HD7850 or the GTX660 http://www.videocard...GTX 660&id=2152
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is this a good case? http://uk.pcpartpick...rsair-case-200r
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