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    Lol sabertoot,h stick to MSI P67.

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    Hmm.
    I'm have now switched the case to a little bit more cool looking one, put an i7 core in there and a radeon instead of a GeForce. So I will look for mobo/RAM deals and get back on you
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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    Hmm.
    I'm have now switched the case to a little bit more cool looking one, put an i7 core in there and a radeon instead of a GeForce. So I will look for mobo/RAM deals and get back on you
    @Alen
    If you want a cool looking case that doesn't kill cooling, take a look at the Antec Eleven Hundred, you might like it. If you're going AMD make sure to get a 6950 or 7970, anything less is kinda pointless (Nvidia has the upper hand in the 560 Ti price range imo). Good luck with your search.

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    Something like Alien Aurora case would be awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by iDarkness View Post
    Something like Alien Aurora case would be awesome
    But both overpriced and worse than something like the Core 3000 or Antec Eleven Hundred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alen View Post
    If you want a cool looking case that doesn't kill cooling, take a look at the Antec Eleven Hundred, you might like it. If you're going AMD make sure to get a 6950 or 7970, anything less is kinda pointless (Nvidia has the upper hand in the 560 Ti price range imo). Good luck with your search.
    https://www.alternate.nl/html/produc...ition/570125/?

    This doesn't look like it would kill my cooling does it?




    That seems pretty legit to me @Alen , 16 GB RAM and a cheaper mobo


    Sorry for bothering you @Alen, but it appears you know more than me about PC building. do you think this build I gave you in this post is good?
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    Meh, never really liked NZXT's cases but they're fancy and gamers love them. Shouldn't be an issue, apart from the fact that it's pretty large (that's not necessarily a bad thing, it's just not that practical). You should consider getting a performance HDD though, it's a shame that you would reduce system performance with a power saving drive.

    All in all you can expect a pretty good gaming PC, only thing I would perhaps do is get less ram and get a CPU cooler to OC a bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alen View Post
    Meh, never really liked NZXT's cases but they're fancy and gamers love them. Shouldn't be an issue, apart from the fact that it's pretty large (that's not necessarily a bad thing, it's just not that practical). You should consider getting a performance HDD though, it's a shame that you would reduce system performance with a power saving drive.

    All in all you can expect a pretty good gaming PC, only thing I would perhaps do is get less ram and get a CPU cooler to OC a bit
    I thought of this.

    I don't like watercooling though (Don't want to make my parts waterresisting and I really don't know how watercooling works, I'll stick with fans)

    Here's my build then.

    Does anyone know a case where you actually have more than 3 USB ports?

    I want some rear USB's too. I have a lot of USB things going on lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    I thought of this.

    I don't like watercooling though (Don't want to make my parts waterresisting and I really don't know how watercooling works, I'll stick with fans)

    Here's my build then.

    Does anyone know a case where you actually have more than 3 USB ports?

    I want some rear USB's too. I have a lot of USB things going on lol

    http://i44.tinypic.com/154dfmq.png
    As far as cooling goes, if you don't want LC, you can always get the Noctua NH-D14 or something, it's an easy-to-use already combined kit of a heatsink and fans. Pretty much one of the best ones available too.

    Rear usb ports depend on the motherboard, not the case. You'll end up having these ports on your back side (taken from Asrock's site):

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    Oh lol ^__^

    Sorry for that haha Let me check these out

    Okay, so @Alen ,


    I see this green thing and blue thing, which I dont use on my pc.
    Some advertising thingy? lol
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    USB
    USB
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    USB
    USB
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    Ethernet Cable
    USB
    USB
    Some jacks


    If I'm right (From left to right and top to bottom)

    That should be fine for me..

    Let me just change my cooling then and I'll pretty much be set right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KamielFTW View Post
    Oh lol ^__^

    Sorry for that haha Let me check these out

    Okay, so @Alen ,


    I see this green thing and blue thing, which I dont use on my pc.
    Some advertising thingy? lol
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    USB
    USB
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    USB
    USB
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    Another thing I dont know wth it is
    Ethernet Cable
    USB
    USB
    Some jacks


    If I'm right (From left to right and top to bottom)

    That should be fine for me..

    Let me just change my cooling then and I'll pretty much be set right?
    The "advertising thingy" is the clear cmos button, it's used to reset your BIOS settings in case something goes wrong. The other two ports are S/PDIF ports (coaxial and optical - it's for hifi sound), the red thing is eSATA (it's practically sata for external devices). The blue usb ports are Superspeed USB 3.0 ports (USB 3), quite a few devices have recently come out that use them. Simply put they're uber fast, but useless if your device doesn't support them (they can still work as normal USB ports though). The "some jacks" are sound jacks, and allow you to have up to 7.1 surround sound.

    And you don't need the cooling, but it would be better if you had it. If you want to save some money you could just buy it later

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    @Alen you're the man!

    Thank you so much for helping me build my PC. I think everything is coming to an end now..

    Let's just wait till end February when I get mah money

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