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wanting to build my own desktop


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Seekr

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Hey,

The desktop I use now is getting pretty slow. the frame rate is mostly lower then 30 fps when playing games.
So I decided to build my very own desktop.
So I have listed some items I would like to put into the desktop.

thermaltake rs301 wing w/o psu
coolermaster b600 600W
fm2 - amd a8-5600k black edition 3.6ghz quad core
fm2 - asus f2a55m-lk m-atx vga - dvi
ddr3 - transcend 4 gb 1333mhz
sata2 - wd caviar blue 500gb int 3.5in 7200rpm 16 mb sata/300
ssd - ocz agility 3 2.5" sata3 retail 120gb
samsung writemaster sh-224
asus geforce gtx650ti - 1gd5
microsoft windows 7 home premium 64-bits

I was wondering if this list of items would make a great computer for over ten years.
My budget lays around 900 euros
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phillpower2

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:welcome: Seekr

You would do better with 8GB (2Xs 4GB sticks) of 1600Mhz Ram and a better video card.

In which country in the EU will you be purchasing the parts.
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10 years? Not gonna happen.

Your new system will be just like your old system in a few years, too slow. Vicious cycle I know. :surrender:
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I'm buying the parts in the netherlands.
what video card do you recommend, one below the price of 200 euro's.
thx alot for replying btw. :thumbsup:
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You are welcome Seekr :thumbsup:

I couldn't do a list specific to stores in the Netherlands so used a fellow € member country, let us know what you think, Seekr list of parts
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