well i don't want to do crossfire because i just want to be able to run new games, but not at like max settings etc.., this is why i think ill keep the graphics card i have and i already have a 1000Watts power supply, and for the computer case i know there is alot of interesting ones out there but the Haf 912 i saw the review and i did not like it. But thanks for taking ur time helping out . Oh and for a hard drive i would prefer a 1TB since i do tend to usually keep a lot of movies in my pc and a lot of games that would fill 500gb fast. Also the reason i did not pick the 955 it was mostly because i wanted a CPU that would be future proof, and i would not have to change it later on. But if someone can convince me that a cheaper one is just as good i could give it a look .
well the WD i choose is a 6gb/s because of the motherboard that has sata 6gb/s but it does not say it has sata 3gb/s like i seen in other motherboards. So like wont that be a problem? and the sata 6gb/s i choose is it not suppose to be faster than the samsung f3 sata 3gb/s? and also i just notice the samsung 1tb 3gb/s is 32mb cache and the WD Caviar Black 1tb 6gb/s is a 64 mb cache
Not really - SATA 6GB/s interface would be near saturated by any mechanical hdd so no point paying premium for SATA 6GB/s mechanical hdds - in fact if u keen look for the next gen SATA 6GB/s Sandforce SSDs which will reap every benifit on a SATA 6GB/s interface ^^
I ended up picking the 500gb one i will just keep less movies, the price is too good to say no too, and its very fast and it is better than the caviar black i had picked earlier, so thank you very much for recommending it
The 5770 is a pretty common card, so later on it should be easy to find for sale as a used card, when the 5770 gets behind the times when the new 12nm 6,400 shader hd-9970 and 1,400shader geforce 880 is out, it should be like $20 to pick up then. So i would opt for a crossfire board if you can since your p/s is big enough to do crossfire easily.