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Getting a new pc, would like feedback on build i have inmind

Hi guys here's the build and anything I song have listed I already bought:

Motherboard;
http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemnumber=13-188-178

Gpu; evga 960 ftw 2gb

Cpu; I5 6600k planning on overclocking to 4.3 at least

Ram;
http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemnumber=20-231-933

Psu;
http://m.newegg.com/Product?itemNumber=177-0043-00004&Keyword=Evga%20500b

Cpu fan;
http://m.newegg.com/Product/index?itemnumber=9SIA4UF1H68938

Again I want to oc the cpu so if I could get any tips I would greatly appreciate it, also would the 500 watt power supply be enough because I already have it? Or should I return it and get a better one

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The PSU passed my quick check.

While I can't see why you picked an out of stock model, well it did pass a quick check.

As to overclocking NO ONE will assure you can reach that or overclock at all. Overclocking is like that.

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Of course there's no assurance but I just wan t to know what wattage would make it safer to oc without over what I currently have

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It's not Wattage.

It's that plus the Amperes per rail that need a check. There are 850 Watt PSUs that while they have the Watts, they can have quad +12V rails that are easy to overtax. I take it that you are new to PC building which is OK. The PSU you picked is a single +12V rail which makes building easier.

And it's never "safe to overclock." You take all the risk about all the stories on the web. That is, if it's overclocked and for some odd reason a memory corruption happens and it's written to the HDD, you could lose what's on the HDD. But that was the risk you took when overclocking.

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