This topic is locked from further discussion.

#1 Posted by suetracy (939 posts) -
#2 Posted by 04dcarraher (19265 posts) -
Ok, First fix your cpu link, but make sure its an i5, you will regret getting a dual core later on. But as for the changes the case, http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147153 the gpu http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814130664
#3 Posted by suetracy (939 posts) -
#4 Posted by ionusX (25715 posts) -

you could get a core i5 2310 and still be more than ready for any game in existance. thats probably where i will go when my phenom II finally runs aground.. which at the industries curent rate is half past NEVER (either that or i will show around and get a 2400S) also do not.. EVER get tha gtx X50 (gts 450, gtx 550, gtx 555, gtx 550ti, gtx 650) series from nvidia they have a bad track record of sucking eggs.

if you want to spend similar money get an amd hd 7770 and whoop is monkey @$$ for the same money while consuming half the power

#5 Posted by matrixian (615 posts) -

The Antec 302 case is $40 cheaper than the 900. The 900 doesn't have a filter for the front fans.

#6 Posted by ionusX (25715 posts) -

The Antec 302 case is $40 cheaper than the 900. The 900 doesn't have a filter for the front fans.

matrixian

still an impressive SoB of a case. filters do little imo

#7 Posted by suetracy (939 posts) -

Actually I already own the antec 900 case from years ago. But I'm moving across country before I build the computer and Idk if I should pay the $25 baggage fee to bring it on the plane with me or if I should buy a newer, cheaper case. Any suggestions?