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CorneKotze

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Hello everyone! I am considering buying a brand new PC that I customized, but I am not very good with the Hardware and it's components. Listed below is the configuration that I want. I need help to know if this build will work fine and if there will be any bottlenecks?

PC Case: [BLACK] Evetech TORX RGB ATX Gaming Case With 4x Fans
Power Supply: Antec Neo ECO II 650W Modular 80+ Silent PSU
Processor: Intel 6th Gen Core i7-6800K (3.6GHz, 15M Cache, 12x Cores) CPU
Heatsink & CPU Fan: Corsair H60 High Performance Liquid Cooler
Motherboard: MSI X99A TOMAHAWK LGA 2011-V3 USB3.1 DDR4 Motherboard
Memory: [ DDR4 ] 16GB 2400MHz Quad Channel High Performance RAM
Graphics Card: MSI GeForce GTX 1070 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5 Card
Sound Card: Integrated 8 Channel HD Audio
Primary Hard Drive: 250GB Ultra-Fast SSD Upto 500MB/s+ Speed Solid State Drive
Secondary Hard Drive: 2 x 1TB (2TB) WD Blue 7200RPM 64MB Cache HDD
Optical Drive: 24x Dual Layer DVD +/- Writer
Network Adapter: 300Mbps Wireless N Adapter IEEE 802.11b/g/n (WIFI)
LCD Monitor: LG 24" Slim 1920x1080 Full HD IPS LED Monitor
2nd LCD Monitor: LG 24" Slim 1920x1080 Full HD IPS LED Monitor
Keyboard: Redragon Devarajas RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Mouse: Redragon Titanoboa 2 24000 DPI Gaming Mouse
Mouse Pad: Redragon ARCHELON L Gaming Mousepad
Headset: Redragon LAGOPASMUTUS H201 Gaming Headset

Thanks in advance!
 

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Looks like a pretty powerful machine. Can't see any thing that will pull performance or hinder other components.
Only thing to look out for with a system like this is the PSU, but 650W should handle it easy. Providing you don't go crazy with overclocking.
 
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Agreed...nice build and the minimum required wattage for that GTX 1070 is 500 watts. That being said...I'd run one of those online PSU calculators for the whole system, that will give you a better idea of what wattage PSU is needed and then create at least a 100 watt buffer.
 
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