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    upgrade time! + voltages query

    hi peeps!

    been given some cash to upgrade my computer, current specs are to the left of the screen (please don't laugh )

    The components that im going to buy are:

    i5 2500k


    Corsair 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 1600MHz/PC3-12800 XMS3 i5 Memory Kit CL9(9-9-9-24) 1.65V or

    Corsair Memory XMS3 Classic 4GB DDR3 1600 MHz CAS 9 Dual Channel 1.5v

    WD 500gb harddrive caviar blue

    windows 7 64bit

    samsung dvd-rw

    I dont want a bottleneck in the system thus I might even buy a hd 5770, the uses are only photoshp, dreamweaver , visual basic and general surfing on the net but might play some games if im that bored lol my budget is around £500, got psu , case and the fans. Hopefully I get some advice whether the equipment im buying is worth it or not.

    Also, I have a coolermaster silent pro m 700w its fairly new, however im getting paranoid about the voltages. Bios state that my voltages are:


    I dont have access to a multimeter so can't exactly moniter the voltages with accuracy and I also know that bios voltage may sometimes be quiet off as well.

    Any help apreciated, sorry for the long post, am typing off of my ipod touch

    I classify my self insane

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    Re: upgrade time! + voltages query

    Those voltages are way within spec, nothing to worry about provided they are correct.

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