SYSTEM USAGE FROM MOST TO LEAST IMPORTANT: Gaming, surfing, movies
PARTS NOT REQUIRED: Keyboard, mouse, monitor
PREFERRED WEBSITE(S) FOR PARTS: newegg.ca
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: Canada
PARTS PREFERENCES: AMD/ATI
SLI OR CROSSFIRE: No for now, planned for future
MONITOR RESOLUTION: 1920x1080
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Built a computer and asked for advice here earlier, was happy with the setup but it used some combo deals which ended at the start of September. I never knew they were on a monthly cycle for newegg so I am back to the drawing board. Right now the build I have is kind of a mash up of different grades of parts, I plan to have this be a top notch gaming machine eventually but I don't have enough money right now. I am going to be playing SC2 heavily for the next few months which I made sure this could handle, eventually I want to to add Crossfired 5850's or better, SSD, better processor, more RAM etc.
So yeah, if you could just go over whether or not the RAM/CPU/MoBo are all going to work together or not or if there's combo deals combining these parts (I searched but didn't find much...) or anything else of help that would be great. Thanks in advance.
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You could save some money with the XFX 650W or 850W power supplies. They are very well made (especially the 850), highly efficient (Bronze and Silver 80 Plus Certifications respectively), and modular. If you are just going to crossfire a couple of HD 5770s, the 650W power supply would be more than powerful enough. It's $84 after a $20 rebate.
The motherboard you chose is pretty much unrivaled on Newegg.ca. You could go with this ASRock 870 Extreme3 AMD 870 board for $132, but I it's not in the same class (the PCI-E slots can only run at x8 in a crossfire setup).