Building my own gaming PC

Hi guys :D

I want to build my own gaming pc but I have no idea where to start or how, i have thought of buying prebuilt one but after searching on the net everyone's saying that building my own is best and saves more of ur money.. my budget range is around 475-500KD(Kuwaiti Dinar) which is exactly $1730.42 - $1821.49

I play mostly strategy games, Guild Wars, Counter Strike, WoW and I want the fps max when having the graphics on ultra, im really sick of getting freezes and lags :D

I don't need any parts like keyboard/mouse/headphone/mic/monitor etc..

so plz guys if u could help me with the specs that I need to buy I really want a great PC that would stay with me for years xD :D

ty in advance and sorry if posted in the wrong section
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  1. will you overclock?

    Processor: Intel Core i5-2500K Sandy Bridge 220$

    Motherboard: ASRock P67 EXTREME6 189.99$

    Memory: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB 75$

    GPU: XFX Radeon HD 6970 2GB x2 670$ (only 1 m.i.r. per customer)

    HDD: SAMSUNG Spinpoint F3 HD103SJ 1TB 60$

    SSD: corsair force 3 120gb 180$

    Case: nzxt phantom 140$

    PSU: xfx 850w psu 106$

    CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-D14 120mm & 140mm SSO CPU Cooler 75$

    DVD Drive: LITE-ON Black 24X DVD 19$

    Total: 1735$ - I dont know how you will get these parts over to you country because newegg doesn't ship there, but this will run all gmaes very smoothly
  2. oh and here is a 200 mm fan to put at the side of your case to give the gpu's more airflow
  3. hi ty for reply ^_^

    I duno mate but is it better to overcloak for my pc or can it hold the pressure of overcloaking? (im not sure if i understand what overcloak is)

    and I wont buy em through internet im gona check the stores here in my country and ask them for the same specs above :D

    thanks much bro (:
  4. overclocking is increasing the speeds of a processor through the bios which you can get in at boot-up (you usually press F2). with the new 1155 processors (i5 2500k) it is really easy to do. for a good 1ghz overclock you just push up the cpu multiplier to 43x (for 4.3ghz) and that is it, you dont have to mess with the voltage or anything else and you've got a great oc. that noctua cpu cooler can easily handle 4.3ghz temps
  5. If the system booting faster or loading game levels faster is important, get the SSD; but, that portion of the budget instead devoted to a pair of upper midrange video cards in Crossfire (pair of 6950s) or SLI (pair of GTX560s) should produce nice framerates for at least 2-3 years, IMO....
  6. ill be with the overclock then i guess

    thanks much guys for the help..:)
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