Hello community! I suspect I'll receive the answers I'm looking for.
APPROXIMATE PURCHASE DATE: Now!
BUDGET RANGE: $1,000-$2,000
SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: Playing WoW, potentially playing SW:TOR when it is released, surfing the internet, doing homework, watching blu-ray movies, etc.
PARTS NOT REQUIRED: Keyboard, Mouse, Monitor
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: newegg.com, tigerdirect.com, and anything else that will net me a good deal
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United States of America
PARTS PREFERENCES: I am completely open to anything, I have been an Intel/Nvidia guy for years, but if AMD, ATI, or whoever has something better to offer, let me know
OVERCLOCKING: If there is enough reason to do it, sure!
SLI OR CROSSFIRE: Again, whichever is better, I have a system I'm linking in this thread that has crossfire
MONITOR RESOLUTION: 1920x1080
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: As the title stated, this is more of a gaming PC than anything else. Please, I am completely open to anything you would recommend that would save me money without losing the power that comes with everything on the list. I want to build a PC that will last 3+ years for MMOs such as WoW, SW:TOR, and anything else that isn't too graphically intensive. I appreciate your help, thank you. I will now include a list of parts I've already gathered.
So, with all of this information, what can I downgrade or upgrade to save money without losing FPS? I'd like to get 100+ FPS in WoW during raids with a large amount of addons at a 1920x1080 resolution. Again, thank you VERY much for your help.
Is the RAM the right voltage? Will all the parts interact properly? Please, any recommendation is welcome!