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One thing I'm curious about though is are the SATA cables with the PSU, or do they come with whatever device it is? (graphics card, hard drive, etc)
You mean the SATA Data Cables?

SATA Data Cables normally come with hard drives/ Solid State Drives or Motherboards.

SATA power cables come with the Power Supply.

Molex to SATA Power adapters come with Motherboards Normally.

UEFI is the "New BIOS" It is a Graphic User Interface to adjust settings of the motherboard
 
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Yeah, I did mean the SATA data cables haha. So basically the setup is good to go, I just need to order the stuff and assemble? Like I don't need to buy any extra cables or anything?
 

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#53
Yeah, I did mean the SATA data cables haha. So basically the setup is good to go, I just need to order the stuff and assemble? Like I don't need to buy any extra cables or anything?
Just to be on the safe side You may want to get another SATA Cable, most motherboards only come with 2 in the pack.

OEM Optical and HDD/SSD dont normally come with Cables.

Before you do let me see if i can get a pack list for that specific motherboard
 

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Alright, awesome! :D And I don't think I'll be adding more drives. I already have a 2TB external hard drive, so if I somehow start running out of room on the internal one I can just move some files :)
 

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Well the machine looks good actually so fire away.

keep us updated on this build too

If you have issues just ask away.
 

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Awesome, thank you so much for the help! :) And I'll definitely be posting some pics and stuff of the build and such once it's done :)
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Have fun with the build, take your time. That's what we are here for
 
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That should be everything you need. Definitely take you time. Google and youtube are are there for you and or course we are also
 
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Thanks so much guys, glad I finally found a forum where I actually get a reply - and thorough help! I'll definitely be stopping back here if I need help, I'll also recommend the forums to others as well :) And I should be good with building it, I've seen NewEgg's how-to on it; but if you guys know of some good videos/articles, feel free to link me! Thanks again!!
 
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Have you thought about just getting an Ivy Bridge CPU, like the 3570k, and an inexpensive Z77 motherboard to go with it? Doing so would save you more than $500 over what you currently have selected and not make much difference when it comes to gaming.
 
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Have you thought about just getting an Ivy Bridge CPU, like the 3570k, and an inexpensive Z77 motherboard to go with it? Doing so would save you more than $500 over what you currently have selected and not make much difference when it comes to gaming.

Good suggestion. Going with a 1155 board would still give you the power you need for gaming.
 

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Read this for a first time builders rule: (Happens to everyone- just preventive measure)

http://www.computerhope.com/esd.htm#02

(Do not touch contact leads/pads/pins)

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4. Before Powerup Reset the CMOS/BIOS/UEFI (ensures motherboard is at failsafe/default setting- helps with first boot)

5. Get all Necessary latest drivers from hardware manufacturers (Device Dependent, Asus, Intel, AMD, Realtek)

6. Update Bios/UEFI from board maker (Asus) before Windows install.

7. Before OS is installed ensure you only have your SSD plugged in not both hdd, once OS is installed plug in the other HDD. (Windows likes to put critical files on both drives when both are plugged in during the OS Install which can cause boot issues if a drive fails later on)
 
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Why 5. Its easier to update the bios from windows. Just curious I know we all have our own preferences
 
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Have you thought about just getting an Ivy Bridge CPU, like the 3570k, and an inexpensive Z77 motherboard to go with it? Doing so would save you more than $500 over what you currently have selected and not make much difference when it comes to gaming.
If I wouldn't gain anything, I don't see the point in saving the $500. It could just be a noob-ish thing, though, I'm not sure. I'll consider it, though.

Read this for a first time builders rule: (Happens to everyone- just preventive measure)

http://www.computerhope.com/esd.htm#02

(Do not touch contact leads/pads/pins)

Some Rules of Computer building

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4. Before Powerup Reset the CMOS/BIOS/UEFI (ensures motherboard is at failsafe/default setting- helps with first boot)

5. Get all Necessary latest drivers from hardware manufacturers (Device Dependent, Asus, Intel, AMD, Realtek)

6. Update Bios/UEFI from board maker (Asus) before Windows install.

7. Before OS is installed ensure you only have your SSD plugged in not both hdd, once OS is installed plug in the other HDD. (Windows likes to put critical files on both drives when both are plugged in during the OS Install which can cause boot issues if a drive fails later on)
Thanks for that :) I knew most of them

Why 5. Its easier to update the bios from windows. Just curious I know we all have our own preferences
From what I saw on NewEgg, it doesn't necessarily make a difference before/after
 

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Why 5. Its easier to update the bios from windows. Just curious I know we all have our own preferences
Bios/Uefi Updates cant be interrupted outside of windows less a power failure occurs, normally bios updates fail within windows, primarily provides for a clean environment.
 

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Are you talking about this, eidair?
lmao i guess so, thats something new for me, (on a AsRock Machine I built last year for my bro)

This almost looks like what I used to do in the AF to an extent
 

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Could you link me (preferably on NewEgg) to a 680 for that price with 4GB of vram? I didn't see one, but might have missed it
Why do you want 4GB of vram. It just adds more memory latency so the memory is slower on the cards with 4GB. And it really does not yield much better performance at higher resolutions. so you can buy a GTX680 2GB for the price of a 4gb GTX670 and the 680 is the better card regardless.

hd 7970 that was linked earlier is only 399.99 has plenty of vram at 3gb and will OC in CCC to 1125/1575 easily, smashing your 680. my 7970 runs at 1300 core destroying not just smashing gtx 680 xD
Yeah the 7950/7970 scale well when overclocked. the 670/680 not so much.
 
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Why do you want 4GB of vram. It just adds more memory latency so the memory is slower on the cards with 4GB. And it really does not yield much better performance at higher resolutions. so you can buy a GTX680 2GB for the price of a 4gb GTX670 and the 680 is the better card regardless.
he has already decided on the build
 

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he has already decided on the build
I know, I just read his post saying link me to a 4GB GTX680 at that price and then I read that he has a 1440x900 resolution monitor and that 4GB of ram would be worthless.
 

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sata power is already on the psu. Sata data cables come with the motherboard
 
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I know, I just read his post saying link me to a 4GB GTX680 at that price and then I read that he has a 1440x900 resolution monitor and that 4GB of ram would be worthless.
In the future I probably won't be on a 1440x900 resolution, that's my current monitor's resolution. I do eventually have plans to get a new monitor/monitors, it's just at the bottom of the list right now as I just want to get the system built and running right now :) Thanks for the input though, I appreciate it!