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Good gaming pc build for the future?

Alright, well I'm thinking about doing this build from an austin evans video, but i'm not sure if it'll work out in the long run. Should I upgrade to an i5 or is an i3 good for gaming in the future since the consoles run off an apu? Also how is the upgradability? Will I be restricted at all? Could I only buy small graphic cards or will this case fit it?
I could go more expensive aswell, and if there's too many disadvantages to a mini-itx cases, I could build a full build too.
Thanks!
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3unCh
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    Not good for gaming in the future on 4K on three screens at Ultra, but it is certainly usable.
    If you want it to be more future proof then you would have to put down a whole lot more of money, and I don't know if in the future you could fit in a bigger, better GPU. You would want to upgrade the CPU if you have the money, the build itself right now is good anyway.
  2. Most high end PC and it can play all future games and softaware.
    (If Money is not the factor)
    GRAPHICS CARD
    EVGA - NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 660 3GB GDDR5 PCI EXPRESS 3.0 GRAPHICS CARD

    Motherboard
    MSI B75MA-P45 Intel B75 Motherboard - ATX, Intel B75 Chipset, 4x DIMM, DDR3, Socket 1155, PCIe, SATA, USB 3.0, LAN, VGA, SATA 6Gb/s

    Power Supply
    Ultra LSP650 650-Watt Power Supply - ATX, SATA-Ready, SLI-Ready, 135mm Fan, Sleeved Cables, Matte Finish, 3-Year Warranty

    Processor
    Intel Core i7-3770 BX80637i73770 Processor - Quad Core, 8MB L3 Cache, 3.40GHz (3.90GHz Max Turbo), Socket H2 (LGA1155), 77W, Fan, Retail

    GAMING CASE
    ULTRA ROGUE M950 FULL-TOWER GAMING CASE

    Hard Drive
    SSD Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium GFC-02050 Operating System Software - 64bit, DVD
    ADATA SP900 Premier Pro 128GB SSD - 2.5" Form Factor, SATA III 6 Gb/s, Up To 550 MB/s Read Speed, Up To 520 MB/s Write Speed (ASP900S3-128GM-C)

    Don't put the OS on two hard drives. I can tell you how to put games on your HDD. Create a folder in your HDD and name it Program Files 2 so you do not get it mixed up with the Operating System Program Files (86x) or Program Files in the OS SSD Hard Drive. Then in Program Files 2 make a folder named Gaming. Then in the Gaming folder make anther folder and name that the game. Now in the installation of the game, select the custom installation, then there should be an option of where you want to put the game in. Then it should install in that folder.

    WD Green 1 TB Desktop Hard Drive, Cool and Quiet with Optimal Energy Efficiency - 3.5" - Sata 6 Gb/s, Intellipower, 64MB Cache, 2yr Warranty - WD10EZRX

    Blu-Ray Burner
    LG WH14NS40 14X Blu-Ray Burner - SATA, 4MB Buffer, 3D Playback, OEM

    Destktop Memory
    ADATA XPG V1.0 8GB Destktop Memory - DDR3 1600, 2 X 4GB, Blue - AX3U1600W4G11-DD

    Monitor
    ASUS VX238H 23" Class Widescreen LED Monitor - 1920 x 1080, 16:9, 80000000:1, 1ms, 2xHDMI, VGA, Built-in Speakers, Energy Star
  3. I would pick a higher wattage psu,just for upgradability,
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-power-supply-cx500m (modular->small case)
    there is for instance a gtx 760 for these kind of cases which needs two pcie power connectors,
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-video-card-n7602gd5ocitx
    I also would pick a quadcore.but the dualcore should do fine up to a point.
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