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  1. unfortunately im not in the USA.... but thanks for the suggestion
  2. Hmm, now that i think about it, i think i want to oc the gpu and cpu in the future. So going with a 600W will be worth it in the long run
  3. Hi there, I am in the process of planning a build, the system will have a R9 290, and a i5 4690k Corsair CX500m (500w) Will this 500w power supply be enough, or should i get a higher wattage psu. Please bear in mind that this budget is tight Cheers
  4. Im thinking towards the Nanoxia deep silence 1, it is pretty much exactly the same as the Fractal R4 but has a better door design in my opinion
  5. How is the build quality of the Zalman R1, it seems to be at a pretty killer price
  6. Hi I am looking for a mid tower case which is preferably silent or noise dampened by design, side window is not necessary. I have 2 main cases that I have found at the moment; Bitfenix Ghost , Nanmoxia Deep silence 1 Please give me feedback on these cases or give me some other suggestions NB// I live in New Zealand so my country may not stock some suggestions
  7. Forgot to mention this is for a mate, So i will indeed push him
  8. sweet, i think the 760 is meant to be a better card. would you recommend getting a cpu cooler for over clocking the pentium, or should the stock suffice
  9. Its a 300R, the mother board here is a micro ATX so it should fit well
  10. Hi, today i have a challenge build a gaming computer which is able to decently play AAA games more or less. Ideally I don't want to spend over $700-800 NZD These are some of the parts i have selected; AsRock z97M anniversary edition ($137) Intel Pentium G3258 ($88) Saphire Raedeon R9 270X ($280) Corsair Value Select DDR3 PC10600/1333MHz ($115) Aywun A1-550-Pro 550W ($85) Total: $705 (NZD) Case, HDD and monitor are already provided. Please give me any suggestions to this build, it will be most welcome
  11. "Updated List" CPU: Intel i5 4690k ($320) Motherboard: Asus z97M-Plus ($170) GPU: Sapphire Radeon R9 285 Dual-X OC 2GB ($400) RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws X DDR3 PC12800/1600MHz ($115) PSU: Corsair CX600M 600W ($125) CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro H55 ($90) Case: Bitfenix Ghost ($140) HDD: Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 64MB 2TB ($105) Monitor AOC e2450swh ($195) Total $1660 770 is a extra $100 and 290 is another $200 above the 285
  12. Thanks for the quick replies, it seems as if the 970, 290 are out of too pricey still when dropping it down to a i5, is there truly and huge performance benefits between a 285 and 290. or will a 285 suffice?
  13. Hi i am currently planning a gaming computer for a mate and need some feedback on the parts i have listed. His budget is about $1700 NZD and he will be buying PC parts from a NZ supplier. CPU: Intel i7 4790k ($450) Motherboard: Asus z97M-Plus ($170) GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 760 Windforce 3X OC 2GB ($340) RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws X DDR3 PC12800/1600MHz ($115) PSU: Antec High Current Gamer HCG-750M 750W ($150) CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro H55 ($90) Case: Bitfenix Ghost ($140) HDD: Seagate Barracuda ST2000DM001 64MB 2TB ($105) Monitor AOC e2450swh ($195) Total = $1755 I'm pretty sure this should all work, I am welcome to any suggestions or feedback that you may have Thanks for your time!
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