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Put on that mask and serenade me with your guitar. Now.

For you baby, anything.

You have a heart... on your TV... :mellow:

Unicef innit blud, bad man I am.

And a fat Jabba. (Y)

Empire and Return tonight... I've been watching these 2 loads recently :/

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MY Ps3 setup is looking messy atm, so i ain't posting pics.

But here's my PC, it's been upgraded a bit since then.

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specs:

Antec 900 Case.

Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD3R Motherboard. (Good for over-clocking)

Intel i7 930 2.8Ghz.

I have an enclosed circuit water cooler for my cpu.

Corsair TX Series 650W Modular PSU (needs upgrading soon)

Mushkin DDR3 16GB (4x4GB) 1333MHz Dual Channel Memory.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 460 OC 1GB NVIDIA Graphics Card

1TB SATA II Hard Drive.

Windows 7 Ultimate.

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Lucky for me i didn't pay for the cpu, the case, the motherboard or the power supply. It was a wedding gift from the father in law. But if i include all that and what i paid for the other stuff I'd say around 800GBP/1,300USD.

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I was only thinking about a cooling system (so paranoid about frying another CPU and motherboard), graphics card, new ram, and possibly a better PSU and a case with better ventilation. If I do decide to buy a new case, I'll probably go full-tower just because I don't like how cramped the cords are in my mid-tower.

Probably won't cost that much, I just hope the screwholes aren't any different for a full-tower case, I'm not buying a new motherboard just for a bigger case.

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To be honest, if you get an i7 you get a pretty decent sized Intel stock fan with it which works as well as any fancy cooling. Maybe 1 or 2 degrees difference, which wont hurt. Water cooling can be a pain to set up, but you could get the cheaper looped water cooling system which just cycles the liquid around in an air tight tube over the heat-sink and back to the cooling chamber.

Mushkin DDR3 is very reliable and very affordable to be honest, i got 16GB for 160GPB. And it makes a huge difference to the speed things open.

If you do get a high end GPU then you'll need at least 750W PSU to run it without worries of burning things out or cut outs. Mine is dangerously low atm, so i need to upgrade asap really.

Want the ultimate vented pc case?

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Antec skeleton ftw!

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