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Looking for thoughts and improvements to my budget gaming pc build (Around £600)

I'm making a computer for personal use, mainly game nothing to high end i'd never bother with max graphics or anything like that. My budget is £600 (as my job isn't great) i'm hoping to keep the price as low as possible. http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/registry/wishlist/10377ID11NN82/ref=topnav_lists_2
This is what i've got so far i want to stick with an i7 no matter what but anything else i can change. the case plus the psu is the main thing i'm not sure about as i don't know to much about what psu would be need for a build like this as for the one i've linked with that i was going to go for the 850w. this is my first build so feel free to tell me why anything is wrong or missing :D
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    your motherboard doesnt fit with your cpu
    cpu = 1150
    mobo = 1155
    AND NEVER USE A PSU WHO COME WITH THE PC CASE
    buy a separate psu like corsair/seasonic/xfx
    and buy a pc case without psu
  2. badboyrog2 said:
    your motherboard doesnt fit with your cpu
    cpu = 1150
    mobo = 1155
    AND NEVER USE A PSU WHO COME WITH THE PC CASE
    buy a separate psu like corsair/seasonic/xfx
    and buy a pc case without psu

    Could you please tell be a mother board i can uses (under £100 ) it would be a great help thanks :D
  3. thats the best i can do here
    http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-motherboard-z87g45gaming

    http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-motherboard-z87mgaming

    those motherboard are SLI support so in the futur you need to put an other gpu in SLI (2X gtx 760) you will be enable
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