Khali wrote:Which ever brand of PSU you pick be sure to get the Modular version. This will make the build a whole lot easier.
For this system I think a 500W would be plenty big enough.
Tinycrash246 wrote:Also how can I tell if all of the stuff is compatible?
DPete27 wrote:Are you interested in overclocking? If so, you'll need a Z77, Z75, or B75 series motherboard
Tinycrash246 wrote:i cant find any ssds that are at least 1TB for a cheap price
Tinycrash246 wrote:And i want to be able to run games such as arma 2 on the highest settings with fps of 30+ and other games like dayz, battlefield 3 etc
Tinycrash246 wrote:i am not too much of a rush to get this computer, within a year i am hoping though
Tinycrash246 wrote:i am not too much of a rush to get this computer, within a year i am hoping though, i am 14
DPete27 wrote:DPete27 wrote:Are you interested in overclocking? If so, you'll need a Z77, Z75, or B75 series motherboard
Apparently that needs to be restated. You CANNOT overclock your processor with a "H" series mobo. Try this AsRock Z77 Extreme4-M on for size. I was going to purchase the Extreme4-M, but I got the Pro4-m on a sale I couldn't refuse. The Asus P8Z77-M is also a very good board. Newegg.com has many customer reviews and the ability to compare products side-by-side which is very hepful.
Captain Ned wrote:superjawes wrote:
All depends on what the drive is used for. As a boot/programs drive a WD Green isn't a good idea, but for simple spinning storage a Green makes perfect sense.
Tinycrash246 wrote:Are these RAM sticks any better?