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Ok to buy these parts?

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Looks good to go :D

CPU: i7 4790K Motherboard - MSI Z97 G55 SLI RAM - Crucial Ballistix Sport 16 GB GPU - Sapphire R9 380 Nitro 4GB Case - NZXT H2 (White) Storage - 120 GB Kingston SSDnow,2x 1TB WD Blue PSU - Corsair CX750M Cooling - be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 Keyboard Cooler Master Quickfire Rapid (Brown Switches)  Mouse - Logitech G502

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Alright Ill tell him to start ordering then.

3 of the exact same parts as me you cheeky devil ;) people say that psu is bad but I have one and its good, especially for the price in the uk.

Gpu: MSI 4G GTX 970 | Cpu: i5 4690k @4.6Ghz 1.23v | Cpu Cooler: Cryorig r1 ultimate | Ram: 1600mhz 2x8Gb corsair vengeance | Storage: sandisk ultra ii 128gb (os) 1TB WD Green | Psu: evga supernova g1 650watt | Case: fractal define s windowed |

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I'd go with 16GB or a Single 8GB instead of 2 4GB. 

See I'm a 21st century digital boy,
I don't know how to live but I've got a lot of toys. 

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I'd go with 16GB or a Single 8GB instead of 2 4GB. 

Yup. Single 8GB stick would be nice so he can upgrade later. Won't notice a difference in performance when it comes to gaming until then. 

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This is a build for a friend just making wondering if anyone has any other recommendations or If its good to go.


I would get a R9 390, 4.5 more GBs of vram and it out preforms the 970, same price

PC is alive again! :System: CPU:Intel i5 4960k/ Motherboard:ASUS Gryphon Z97/ RAM: Kingston 16GB/ GPU: ASUS R9 Fury X/ Storage: 120gb Crucial SSD, 2TB Seagate SSHD/ PSU: Cooler Master 700w/ Displays: 1 Acer B276HK ymjdprz 27-inch 4K Ultra HD/1 ASUS 21.5 LCD LED 21.5 monitor

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