What GPU are you having? And can you reuse any parts like case or HDD, PSU,.. ?
I have a GTX 550 TI FPB 1GB
I am not using the other parts because the current tower is a Stock HP Pavilion Tower with no Cooling, Also a Stock PSU.
I Have only upgraded the GPU. So I will keep the GPU at the moment and upgrade later if needed, but looking for a computer that will not crash with all the multi-tasking I do and be able to Live Stream any gaming I do.
- A Xeon is equal to an i7. The E3 1230 V3 in this case is equal with the i7 4770, but has no IGP. Since you already got a discrete VGA ( that 550ti ), the Xeon CPU is a more efficient choice that costs you almost 100$ less compared to an i7, while multitasking/gaming performance stays the same.
- A high quality PSU like this XFX 550w can house even the GTX Titan along the rest of your system. Since crossfire/SLI isn't what you're aiming to, it's best to select a high quality PSU with ok wattage like this one, especially when there's a deal on it ( this PSU normally cost $70 ).
- Solid case, and a solid motherboard that haven't got reported for any flaws so far.
- Haswell-compatible RAM kit with big heatsink to ensure low temperature.
Last but not least, this system cost just $666, so if you're wiling to pay up to 800$, you can choose to get a mid-end 128GB SSD that can boost your PC's performance by a lot. I'd recommend the Sandisk Extreme II 128gb, which is tested by Toms here: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sandisk-extreme-ii-...
With this SSD put in, the total cost still stay right below 800$:
Thank you for all the info, I forgot to mention but I also do Video Editing so i was wondering if this computer would be good for Video Rendering as well?
Im using this computer alot so hope all these specs will put out what i need. My current computer is way too slow so going to be upgrading my Internet upload speed so i can stream without FPS drops.