Not to mention Newegg is famous for throwing in parts that look good at first glance, but that you'd really most likely not want in a build sporting a i5-4670k anyhow like the B series mentioned and to me a 1TB hdd. The 1TB hdd is at a cheap enough price point that its easy for them to toss in, personally I'd take the space hit in order to get a SSD and then put a larger drive in the machine for storage. CoolerMaster 600w PSU.... specs please? Most likely not very high quality and then the GSkill brand RAM, which some Gerbils don't seem to have an issue with but I don't care for due to a high DOA rate from my experience.
Look to the TR system guides and find cheaper individual parts. The only thing I was a fan of for new combo's were the 2 or 3 item ones. Its nice because you have a higher chance of getting 1-2 items that you would have purchased on their own, and sometimes the combos actually lower the overall price. Most of my builds on the egg were done that way, a system made up of 1 or 2 small combos and then individual items.
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Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943
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