Greetings! This is my first PC build I will be putting together, so I was curious as to whether my components will fluidly work together and whether this PC should handle my intermediate use of gaming and demand. I want to run games on almost maximum settings and prefer that I sacrifice quality for wiggle room in my budget. I don't do anything that should sport mega-high-end components, however I want to ensure this PC will have the same (if not longer) life cycle as a PS4 or Xbox One. Also, I have serious consideration of eventually upgrading to an SLI configuration once nextgen games become more demanding in lets say 2-3 years. I probably plan on overclocking my components to get a moderate jump of performance, however, nothing extreme. I am on somewhat of a budget of around a sweet spot of 1,250-1,650 dollars that I'd prefer to spend on this PC.
This PC is my move into being reborn as a full-fledged PC gamer, so I'd much appreciate all of you to please offer your experience with computers! Thanks!
Approximate Purchase Date: A month from today
System usage: Gaming (FPS, RTS, RPG, MMO)
Preferred websites to purchase from: Newegg, NCIX, Amazon, etc. (any that are legit)
Preferred Manufacturers: Intel, ASUS, MSI, Crucial, Corsair, SeaSonic, Samsung, Benq, ASrock, Steel Series, Razer, Sennheiser, G.Skill, EVGA, Gigabyte, Seagate, Western Digital