Advice on custom Computer <$2000 gaming.

  yorrickk1 03 Dec 12

Computer is as Follows;
Case - Corsair CC400R Carbide 400R Black Mid Tower Case without PSU $115
PSU - Antec TruePower TP-550Watt. PSU $95
Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H Intel Z77/1155p/4xDDR3/SATA3/SATA/USB3/ GLan/DP/HDMI/DVI/Raid ATX MB $166
CPU - Intel i5-3570K LGA1155 IVY Bridge Boxed CPU $227
RAM - Kingston HyperX KINKHX16LC10K2/16X 16G kit DDR3 1600 RAM $85
GPU - Gigabyte GV-N670OC-2GD 2GB GTX 670 OC PCI-E VGA Card $425
SSD - SanDisk SSD extreme SATA3 240g $176
HDD - Seagate 3.5" Barracuda 2TB ST2000DM001 SATA3 7200rpm 64MB Cache Hard Disk $97
Optical Drive - Samsung SATA 22x Black DVD RW - 1 Year Warranty $19
Fan - Noctua NH-D14 All-In-One Extreme Performance CPU Cooler (universal) $84 total - $1,507 As you can see i'm getting it from MSY (australia) but they import parts, i've used other forums for advice as well, and so far this is what the collective opinions have accumulated, as the perfect gaming computer under $2000 with OC'ing, for 1 monitor, nothing fancy, just a good, reliable computer which will last in quality and performance for roughly 3 years.

  Chronos the 2nd 03 Dec 12

My only change would be a beefier PSU 650W perhaps. Gives you a little more leeway now and any future upgrades.


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