I'm under a budget of £600 pounds for that actually desktop and £75 pounds for the monitor mouse keyboard etc. I want to be able to run Dayz, rust, bf4, total war games and just general fps games like ns2. I was thinking of an i5 3770 and a 760 or 770 graphics card.. I want 8gb's of ram and I haven't even touched on the other parts. I've had a look at cases also. Have I over stretched my budget already and can anyone recommend parts to run the games above at medium settings with 60 fps... Sorry if I have just made myself look like a dumbass =)
Newest Haswell I5 with a H motherboard, since your budget does not allow for K series, Z motherboard and a cooler. I guess you wont be overclocking so there is no need to spend money there.
The 760 will run most titles of today's titles at medium-high with high FPS (around 60). This is provided you use a single 1920 x 1080 resolution monitor.
The PSU is 550W. The total system draw should be a bit around the 250 mark at full load. PSUs are most efficient at 50% load. If you run a PSU at around 50% load it will be silent, quiet and last longer than if you pull 90% or up % of its capacity.
In the end, this build should last you some time, with possible RAM and SSD upgrades in the future. Also in few years, you might be needing to drop down the settings to mid or low-mid. But no one can be certain about that one.
You can also drop in a Broadwell CPU when they come along in an year. They are supposedly (or some of them will) able to be put in existing 8* motherboards with a BIOS update. But that is not really certain either.
That one is 1000$ USD. If course you can get better PC with that. In Europe, PC components are more expensive due to tax regulations. Also I don't like the CyberpowerPC policy of "Major Brand powered by nVidia". Palit, Club3D, Sparkle and PNY are major brands, but I definitely don't want them in my computer. Also they have a poor choice for PSUs. Nothing up until the 200 bucks units was something I would trust. Specially the Cooler Master ones (although I am a Cooler Master fanboy, PSUs are not their thing)