Advice for custom built gaming pc

I'm going to purchase a custom built pc from ibuypower and was wondering if i could get some feedback on the specs. The only games I'm concerned about playing atm are ESO and Total War: Rome 2, though i want to be sure I'm getting something that will be able to keep up with games for a few years.

Thanks in advance.

(also, i know its cheaper to built it myself, but that isn't an option right now, so I'm set on getting a custom built one.)

1 x Case ( AZZA Armour Gaming Case - Red )
1 x Processor ( Intel® Core™ i5-4670K Processor (4x 3.40GHz/6MB L3 Cache) - Intel Core™ i5-4670K )
1 x Processor Cooling ( Liquid CPU Cooling System [Intel] - ARC Silent High Performance Fan Upgrade )
1 x Memory ( 8 GB [4 GB X2] DDR3-1600 Memory Module - Corsair Vengeance )
1 x Video Card ( NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 - 2GB - Free Upgrade to GTX 770 - Single Card )
1 x Motherboard ( ASUS Z87-K -- 1x PCIE 3.0 x16, 6x SATA-III 6Gb/s, 2x USB 3.0 )
1 x Power Supply ( 650 Watt - Corsair CMPSU-650TXV2 - Free Upgrade to 750 Watt Corsair CMPSU-750TXV2 ($20 Savings) )
1 x Primary Hard Drive ( 2 TB HARD DRIVE -- 64M Cache, 7200rpm, 6.0Gb/s - Single Drive )
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  1. I think it's folly to get a water-cooled CPU when it's a 4th gen one. Seeing as it's more expensive

    and the only ways you could justify it would be:

    - I have money to burn

    - It's cool

    - I want to OC as much as possible

    - I want it to be as quiet as possible

    So if you don't check any of those, you can save cash by going with either stock cooling or an aftermarket

    fan. I also don't believe that motherboard has SLI support, which is a shame when it's so expensive

    and you've got an Nvidia GPU. I'm sceptical of the HDD too. Be careful it's not some WD Caviar Green.
  2. The water cooling is only $20 more and i really want it to be as quiet as possible.

    As for the motherboard, 2 two gpu's is a bit much atm, not sure i can afford both. Would a ASRock Z87 Extreme 4 be a better choice, so I can upgrade with a second gpu at some point in the future?
  3. Best answer
    Yes that motherboard would be preferable, if you want to do that. You may need a bigger

    PSU though.
  4. Okay, thanks.
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