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is this a good computer build to buy?

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#1 wizardfire


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Posted 24 December 2013 - 06:25 AM

i am looking to buy this computer but not sure if its a good one and will i need to upgrade anything or is it good...?


bulldozer 6 core @ 4ghz
8 gb ddr 3 1600 2*4gb  sticks 9 9 9 24
1tb hardrive 3.5"
gtx 660ti kfa2 overclock verson (with dual fan ) high end and made for overclocking
powercool 650w + 80 psu
coolermaster tx3 cooler cpu cooler
zalmam micro atx case
overclocking motherboard 
external bluray and dvd r drive (usb) 


i will need to know in the next 10 hours or so please..





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#2 goldfist


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Posted 03 January 2014 - 06:46 PM

Even though its way past the 10 hr request. If it is what you need for your application and priced ok, then it looks like a good build to me. Although I have 2 suggestions. I would go with a different power supply lik ethe Corsair 750watt and  I would get the 8-core instead of the 6-core to have the extra processing power if you can afford to, and this will avoid an upgrade later for further processing power out of an aging build say 4 or 5 years from now. I have plans for a AMD FX-8350 for my newest build, but am waiting for the price to drop on the CPU, but it has been holding steady at the $180-$200 mark for almost 9 months. Currently getting by with a Athlon II x4 620 - 2600Mhz quadcore which is plenty of processing power for games I play, but will be nice to max out the gaming build with that CPU into the Socket AM3+ motherboard someday.

Edited by goldfist, 03 January 2014 - 06:47 PM.

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