-Is the ASRock board any good? I've read a few reviews, but can't seem to determine whether it's worthy or not. Also would have to change my memory choice, but that's not a big deal(and would save me money ).
-Plan is to SLI in the near future. Couple questions though.
1.Is a single 560 TI enough to play current/new games at max settings on a 1080p screen?
2.Is there a considerable difference between sli 560 ti and 570 cards? Memory
1. Trying to figure out a ssd/hdd set up. What exactly is ssd caching? How is it beneficial to everyday computer use? What would be a sufficient amount of space on a SSD? Also, how is RAID beneficial? I plan on using 2-3 1 tb drives, which raid setup would be the best?
2. Cable Management: I've seen a couple custom computers that use tubing to hide their wires. Anyone know of any tubing that would be good for this?
I've still got quite a bit of leeway moneywise, so any advice on parts is welcome.
Completely missed that about the motherboard, thanks for that ^^.
-I haven't really considered Z68 because i'm not too sure on the differences between it and other motherboards. Unfortunately, I'm limiting myself by wanting to keep a black/red theme going on, so my choice in parts won't be as plentiful as I would want it.
-The triple channel memory was chosen for that first mobo which ran triple channel, but since I'll be using the ASRock, i can change it.
-Question about the GTX 560 Ti's: Is it worth the extra money to get a factory overclocked card? From the reviews I've read, the Galaxy's 560 is easily overclockable to the levels of the card I have posted, and is about 35 bucks less.
-Up in the air between the Hyper 212 and the Sunbeam, probably just gonna come down to which one I think looks better...
-Still unsure about an ideal ssd/hdd setup, any thoughts on it would be appreciated.
Really like the black case of that, though I don't know if I'd be willing to shell out another 40 bucks for it, meh. For that memory you selected, from what I read, can't that asrock board only support memory that's stock 1600 mhz? *If* I go with an ssd, I'd most likely pick a z68 board so I could utilize RST