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Last check before i buy the parts

Should i go ahead with this build, or should a change something?
http://pcpartpicker.com/user/gonrodriguez/saved/yX8hP6
This is like the billionth time i ask the same question, but it is my first build and i just want to be sure everyhting will work. On top of that, i'll buy the parts when i go USA, since parts are super expensive in my country, and if anything went wrong, it is very likely i won't be able to return it.
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  1. I'm assuming you're playing @1080p or 1440p, if yes, then its good.
  2. lucas_7_94 said:
    I'm assuming you're playing @1080p or 1440p, if yes, then its good.

    Are you sure? isn't there anything you would modify?
  3. Best answer
    Good combo CPU & Motherboard, that are cappable to future overclocking
    Ram OK.
    Good storage, 230GB SSD for OS/few games + 1 TB for data+personal info+ games.
    Cannot say nothing against GTX 1070, lovely card for 1080p - 1440p

    The only thing i would change here is the PSU but mainly because previusly i had bad results from it, after that, i see a solid gaming rig.
  4. lucas_7_94 said:
    Good combo CPU & Motherboard, that are cappable to future overclocking
    Ram OK.
    Good storage, 230GB SSD for OS/few games + 1 TB for data+personal info+ games.
    Cannot say nothing against GTX 1070, lovely card for 1080p - 1440p

    The only thing i would change here is the PSU but mainly because previusly i had bad results from it, after that, i see a solid gaming rig.


    Which psu would you recommend??
  5. Evga Supernova P2, G2 | XTF TS/ProSeries | Seasonic. 550W base if you don't have plans to OC, but i recommend 650W or higher due you have a unlocked processor.
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