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#ActualZwonkie

Posted 14 June 2013 - 12:51 AM

Select some Corsair or Kingston ram, those are usually good quality. 

 

Dont cheap out on things like the motherborad, ram and powersupply - it will only make the system more unstable.

*Elaborating: 

Your powersupply seems like a good choice, the rams would benifit from being upgraded to corsiar/kingston, as mentioned. 

I have little experience with AMD system combos as i usually choose INTEL, so i cant comment on the motherboard. 

 

If you want are more silence PC, it would also recommend to choosing a different cabinet/case - if you went for the look, then its fine i guess. 


#2Zwonkie

Posted 14 June 2013 - 12:50 AM

Select some Corsair or Kingston ram, those are usually good quality. 

 

Dont cheap out on things like the motherborad, ram and powersupply - it will only make the system more unstable.

*Elaborating: 

Your powersupply seems like a good choice, the rams (as mentioned) would benifit from being upgraded to corsiar/kingston, as mentioned. 

I have little experience with AMD system combos as i usually choose INTEL, so i cant comment on the motherboard. 

 

If you want are more silence PC, it would also recommend to choosing a different cabinet/case - if you went for the look, then its fine i guess. 


#1Zwonkie

Posted 14 June 2013 - 12:45 AM

Select some Corsair or Kingston ram, those are usually good quality. 

 

Dont cheap out on things like the motherborad, ram and powersupply - it will only make the system more unstable.

 

If you want are more silence PC, it would also recommend to choosing a different cabinet/case - if you went for the look, then its fine i guess. 


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