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BF4 gaming Rig?

madmatt666

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Looks good, but what do you expect from your PC except playing that one game. Obviously it will run it nice and smooth. Whats your budget? Do you only build a PC for gaming?
 

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i'll also be running another hardrive thats why i want the extra power and dont want weird power probs when i try to overclock...
 

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i mainly want to game but will also be using some photoshop software and other stuff for school...
 

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could you recommend me a power supply that could withstand all that w/ 2 hdd's and maybe water cooling for overclocking eventually...
 

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any suggest on a water cooling system that with fit the i5 4670k
 

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http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-power-supply-120pg0650gr
 

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http://forums.steampowered.com/forums/showthread.php?t=427778

 

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thanks
 

tiny voices

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Any of those XFX units are great.

I would not do anything with water cooling if you plan to change the rig at all or upgrade, or if you have never done it before. It is NOT for beginners and will cost over $300 for a full CPU and GPU loop.

Just stick with air cooling. The Closed loop coolers like the h100i are a waste too in my opinion when you can get an air cooler that performs the same for half the money.
 

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