Hello everyone! I'm trying to put together my first desktop gaming computer and after endless back and forth I've decided I really need some guidance on how to move forward. What I'm trying to do is build a system that will handle everything I can throw at it now while choosing components that lend themselves to being upgraded easily.
I'm going to start with one GPU but I want to be able to add a second down the road and I want components that lend themselves to overclocking my cpu when the time comes. The thing is I'm still not an expert on how everything all works together so any advice and suggestions are appreciated! I'm trying to stay under $1200 as well.
I'm most concerned with the motherboard because I have absolutely no idea what I'm looking so suggestions and advice on this topic are appreciated.
In my price range (<$1200) should I start with a 560 Ti and grab another when the time comes or should I start off with a 570/580?
For ram what is timing? I'm looking on newegg and seeing various combinations of 4 numbers.. what is the best "timing" to look for?
Thank you genghiskron I appreciate the reply. Plus your build came in at 929.00 shipped before rebates and leaves room to add another GPU if I find it it necessary.. now I've just got to put the thing together.