Ok so i finally decided to build my own PC even though im not very familiar with this kind of stuff yet. Looking to run most of nowadays games on good settings. Here's what i came up with:
Intel Core i5-4670K CPU.
Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO CPU Cooler.
MSI Z87-G43 Motherboard.
Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 Graphics Card.
8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 RAM.
1TB Western Digital Caviar Black Hard Drive.
600W Corsair CX600 PSU.
Corsair 200R Case.
My budget is about 1000$.
I dont really wanna get an SSD for now, so maybe i could look to get a slightly better graphics card, also an important question: do i absolutely need the cooler master fan to get the best out of this setup or could i use the one that comes with the CPU? Im guessing i'll need the cooler master for any kind of overclocking which means it's better to just get that right away?
I appreciate any kind of suggestions you guys are able to give me
PS: sorry for any spelling errors, english isn't my first language.
Thanks for the answer, since the asus one is compatible with all the other components ill go for that, what about the fan? What im most concerned about is not being able to apply the paste the right way since im kind of noob at this stuff but i guess i can try.
212 EVO is rather simple really, with the application of the thermal compound can use the pea method, take the cooler (less fan(s) ) press it straight down twist a bit in a circular motion then back and then lock it down
I appreciate the numbers on the hard drive stuff but i really only need 1TB and dont feel like spending an extra 50$ (even though what you said is completely true), apart from that what power supply would you suggest is the best one for the setup with the asus motherboard?
Question: since im not planning on overclocking right away am i able to use the fan thats already included with the CPU and maybe buy the cooler master one on a later date? What im trying to ask is: is the 'normal' fan able to cool it down enough if im not overclocking?