First time build. Help needed.

Hi all!
I'm first time creating my computer and I would like to have High-end gaming computer. So far here are my parts.

MOBO: Asus Sabertooth 990FX AM3+ ATX 211,90€
Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition 3.3 GHz 178,90€
CPU-cooler: Not yet decided -€
Memory: Kingston Valueram 8GB (2x4Gt) 1333MHz DDR3 45,90€
GPU: 2x EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX560 1 GB 367,80€
Hdd: Western Digital Caviar Green 2TB SATAII 64MB 71,90€
Optical: LG CH10LS20 Blu-ray Combo 8X Black Sata Retail 66,90€
Power: Cooler Master GX 750 W ATX 85,90
Case: Cooler Master HAF 922 ATX 117,90€
Screen: Acer S231HLbid 23" 169,90€

I'm asking that will this build work, and is any ways to make it better with same or less price.
Note: I want use Nvidias GPU:s.
Thanks for help if you answer.
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  1. The build will work.

    As for parts changes, CoolerMaster PSU's generally aren't recommended, so id suggest looking into something from either XFX, Corsair, OCZ, SeaSonic, Antec.

    RAM - The RAM you have chosen is fairly basic, so id suggest looking at something 1600MHz (Corsair Vengeance or G.Skill RAM)

    The motherboard also seems very pricey, theres much cheaper ones with the AM3 socket. However i havent looked into AM3 Boards myself so maybe it is worth the price and im missing something?
  2. Ok thanks for the reply. How powerful this build would be? With those changes of course.
  3. Here are my few changes.

    Power: Corsair GS800W Gaming Series 800W 103,90€
    RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8 GB Kit PC3-12800, 1600MHz 75,90€
    MoBo: ASRock 890FX Deluxe4 AMD 890FX AM3 ATX 148,90€

    Are this better changes
  4. I cant really comment on the motherboard since im not too familiar with AMD products. The RAM looks good, but the PSU - ive not seen many people on TOMs go for the GS range. Usually people tend to go with TX or HX - check out some reviews for the GS range or wait for a few more replies here. JonnyGuru is a great site which reviews PSUs.
  5. Ok, thanks. Btw, Is this computer capable to play Crysis 2 with dx11 patch? And max settings.
  6. How about this?-----------PSU=Corsair HX750W HX 750w ATX
  7. verihyypp said:
    Ok, thanks. Btw, Is this computer capable to play Crysis 2 with dx11 patch? And max settings.

    Yes, with ease. A single GTX 560Ti can run it maxed out so 2 will destroy it :D

    And yes, very popular and very highly rated PSU.
  8. So I don't need 2 of them?
  9. Or Should I change them to one gtx 570?
  10. To use SLI you have to have the same cards. So you cant have a GTX 560 and GTX 570 they both need to be either 560's OR 570's.

    You could get a single GTX 570 now, or even a single GTX 580 which will allow for great future expansion if you decide to SLI either of those in 6months-a year down the line, and they will both play all current games maxed out with at least 30 fps on a single card.
  11. I meant that is single gtx 570 more powerful than 2x gtx560?
  12. No. 2 560Ti's are more powerful than a GTX 580.

    The advantage of buying a single GTX 570 now, is that in the future you can add another 570, which then in SLI will obviously be more powerful than x2 560Ti's
  13. Oh yes. I think that I can do something. But thanks for helping
  14. If I were you, I would go ahead and get an AM3+ board, as they are actually in the same price range now, and just be ready to upgrade without worries whenever you choose.
  15. Is Asus Sabertooth 990FX AM3+ ATX ok?
  16. Ok. Found out that In german I can buy 2x GTX570 for nearly same price as 2x GTX360 in finland. So i'm now using 2x GTX370
  17. Few Changes:

    MoBo: MSI 990FXA-GD65, Sockel AM3+, ATX, PCIe
    CPU: AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Box, Sockel AM3
    HDD: WD Caviar Green 2TB Sata 6Gb/s
    GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 570 HD Superclocked, 1280MB DDR5, PCI-Express
    Case: Cooler Master HAF 912
    RAM: 8GB-Kit Corsair Vengeance blau PC3-12800U CL9

    These are changes.
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