In about a month's time I plan on building a computer from scratch. One designed to play games on max settings with no hiccups or worries. After reading up a bit and picking parts I've concluded on a few, left some out particularly because I don't know what goes best with what. So here are the parts I have laid out.
Budget Range - $1000. lower is, of course, better.
Usage - Gaming, heavy gaming. From Popular MMoRPGS to FPS.
Parts not Required = Keyboard, Mouse, Monitor, OS, Speakers.
Preferred Websites - Newegg. Though a Microcenter is about a 2hour long drive away.
Parts Preference - AMD CPU and NIvidia GPU
Overclocking - Slight overclocking, might do more depending on success
Additional Comments - Already have a custom built Midtower to house everything with copious amounts of airflow inside, so I do not believe heat to be an issue. Also a small SSD for the OS and World of Warcraft would be nice.
I also run 2 monitors. 1 24' LCD for gaming and 1 20' for chatting/browsing.
Those are the pieces I've decided (not 100% yet) to acquire. This leaves me with needing a Mobo that can support SLI and a PSU to help power everything. I'm also not sure if 6gigs of RAM is necessarily better than 4gigs, but I'm sure someone round here does. Reliable Optical Drive too is needed.
Warning! I'm not tech savvy when it comes to computer parts, so saying thinks like X is better than Y and leaving no explanation would leave me more confused than ever. But I do appreciate the time and effort in helping me. Thank You!
HD 6K is very very near so i wouldn't CF or SLI to be honest so if u could wait it out a wee bit longer then do so alternatively get a working rig on 880G IGP mobo 1st and await availability/pricing on the incoming GPUs ^^