So I'm looking to upgrade my current PC situation this holiday season by building an almost entirely new system to handle my current games and set myself up comfortably for future gaming. For this build, I will be transferring over my mechanical harddrives, cd/dvd, and monitor from my current system so they won't be taken into consideration at this time.
The rest of the system, however, I would like to receive any advice for improvements/modifications to my component choices. I've been doing some research through the Tom's Hardware articles (and may I say, they are filled with fantastic and useful information), and I have come up with this setup costing around $1200.
From what I've read, using an SSD for system bootup and gaming will allow for significantly faster loading times, but I'm not sure on what the ideal size would be (60, 90, 120GB). Also, will the power supply/motherboard I've chosen be sufficient in the future if I choose to use multiple graphics cards? While not a current goal, I'd like to know if I have the capability to do such. Any other suggestions on the components I have selected or anything that I may be missing would be greatly appreciated.