Overclockers gaming bundles??

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Your better to buy and build yourself, it's cheaper and you can select the exact parts you want ?
 
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Your better to buy and build yourself, it's cheaper and you can select the exact parts you want ?

Kind of a moot point. Of course it is cheaper to buy the parts yourself however you do not get the overclock, the technical support and 12 month return to base warranty.

You simply cannot compare individual off the shelf components to a pre-built overclocked bundle with a warranty.

OP it depends how confident you are in building and overclocking your machine. If you think you are then go for the individual components, if not the bundle is a better option.

Also OP which chipset were you looking at in particular?
 
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Im aware that I can pick the parts. What I was planning on doing was buying the parts seperate from watever bundle was recommended to me. I can learn to overclock, im very literate when it comes to pc's and I can build one.

Just having a hard time picking a mobo to go with an I5 2500k, so hard to choose.
Im completely lost choosing one.
 
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