Mouse Pad: Razer Goliathus 2014 Medium CONTROL Soft Gaming Mouse Mat.
Memory: 16GB DDR3 -- 1866MHz -- G. Skill ARES Series -- Low Profile – (2 x 8GB).
PSU: 860W Corsair AX860 Fully Modular.
SSD: Corsair Neutron Series GTX 2.5-Inch 240GB.
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Dual Classified w/ EVGA ACX Cooler.
Sound Card: MAYBE… Maybe an ASUS Sound Card -- Maybe.
I hope that's not too much; just wanted to make everything known. I play Dead Space series, Resident Evil series, Crysis series, Saints Row series, Bioshock series, Tomb Raider -- AAA Games and below also. Just a gaming pc.
Any mistakes here? Advice? Critique?
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More aboutmajor upgrade compatibility advice welcomed
If the system is only for gaming you don't need the RAM upgrade.
It is enough. It offers 46A, above the 42A recommended for the GTX 780 Ti. It's just that it's low quality and now you've got an expensive GTX 780 Ti there. You decide if you want to change it. It would be safer, but it's not absolutely necessary.
Again ty aevm. I am going to upgrade the psu then. May go AX760 or go your route with the HX650. Hate this board can't be SLIed.
Well, you can upgrade the MB+CPU next year. If the 4k monitors become affordable and you get one you'll need SLI.
If that makes sense to you then get the 860W PSU after all.