Hello WR2, Thanks for your reply! I already have a DVD burner, and about the display, I'm not even gonna get it right now so it's not the main problem. You say to choose the Athlon X3 CPU. But I had chosen the BE Phenom II so I can overclock it, and unlock the 2 disabled cores (I should be able to do that with that mobo, am I right?). About the GPU, I had considered the HD 5770, but I don't think it's worth the 20€ difference. I may be wrong, so what do you think? I also already have 500GB of HD storage, so I wanted to get the SSD for the OS only.
Ok, it's look better for the SSD since you already have the storage HDD and DVD burner.
If you're able to unlock the extra two cores and they run stable for you you're in really good shape. But you'll have to get lucky twice. You need to be prepared to live with just the two cores if the CPU you get is one of the many that won't unlock even 1 more core and run stable.
For 1920x1080 resolution you'll want every bit of extra power you can afford and then overclock some too.
HD 5750 would probably be fine for what you have now. What is your current resolution?
My current resolution is crap (1280x1024 I think), but as I said it's only temporary The CPU I'm considering is the AMD Phenom II X2 565 Black Edition, and I believe the cores are both unlockable.
HD 5750 will run great on 1280x1024.
Phenom II X2 565BE has the extra cores but not everyone is successful getting them unlocked and stable. Some get all four stable. Some get an extra core stable. Some get no extra cores stable. Let us know how you make out.
I think a 40GB is about as low as you want to go on a SSD. What make and models are you looking at? Or what models do you have available in your price range?
Why shouldn't I go under 40GB? I don't think there is anything between 32 and 64GB...
Some 40GB & 50GB SSDs When you format any HDD/SDD you'll end up with less than the full amount of space available to Windows for the installation. Maybe around 28GB left on a 32GB SSD. And the Windows install for a 64bit version takes about 16~20GB.