Review: Building a mid-range gaming computer
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Reviewed by Ryan McLaughlin on 08/28/2009
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  • Matt

    Thank you for writing your experience. Now that you have had everything for a little while, are there any other things you would’ve changed in retrospect?

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    • Thank you for the question. I am actually very happy about the whole system. As I mentioned in the review the motherboard has some heat issues when overclocking, so I would probably pick a different one. However, because I am not doing any overclocking right now it works just fine.

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  • i just came acrossed your article and i liked it alot. my computer building started this past march 09. (NEVER EVEN LOOKED INSIDE A COMPUTER BEFORE THEN)i have built 3 since then finishing the 3rd in august 09, i built almost the same computer with minor differences. i used a zalman cnps 10x cpu fan plus i did double up the evga gtx 260core216sc cards. i haven’t over clocked it yet because like you had said i have zero knowledge of that. my computer skills are only 6 months from ground zero. the MB has a couple issues, 6 SATA connections run flat with the MB which are hard to connect. the fan was really tight. i will take a couple pictures and post.

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