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    • I hope you don't actually intend on buying the same case twice
    • I don't think the CPU/mobo are compatible. CPU is socket AM3, mobo is socket AM3+ and doesn't list the CPU in its compatibility list.
    • That power supply has some really dodgy reviews indicating it may be prone to.. catching fire.

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    http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Builde...1&keywords=psu
    I think this would be a better alternative to your PSU

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    Seconded, corsair are the shit. You aren't gonna need 600w, and it's cheaper with great reviews, so go with this one

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    I am really eager to see if Dan buys an incompatible component for his new computer lmao

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    http://www.amazon.com/Western-Digita...rds=hard+drive
    Also this would be better for the hard drive, i dont know your budget, but 250gb isnt really alot of storage, whereas 250gb more, for $10 more is a lot better, on my pc i have 2tb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unborn View Post
    • I hope you don't actually intend on buying the same case twice
    • I don't think the CPU/mobo are compatible. CPU is socket AM3, mobo is socket AM3+ and doesn't list the CPU in its compatibility list.
    • That power supply has some really dodgy reviews indicating it may be prone to.. catching fire.
    Fuck u wit da case. I messed up.

    They are super compatible brah.

    I changed the PSU.

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    I am terrible at building a computer, but I would think http://www.tigerdirect.com/ or http://www.newegg.com/ would be a much better place for these types of products.

    P.S. Windows 8 is amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digirular1 View Post
    I am terrible at building a computer, but I would think http://www.tigerdirect.com/ or http://www.newegg.com/ would be a much better place for these types of products.

    P.S. Windows 8 is amazing
    Also more expensive, and not free shipping.

    Windows 8 is terrible.
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    Pretty much the same specs as my PC, but get a bigger HDD or you will regret it

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