Alright so I'm just wondering if the computer i picked out to build is good and if i there are some things i could get better for cheaper or etc. The only thing i really dont think i will be changing in the build is the Intel i7 2600k because i will be doing a lot of video editing and I am aware of all of the betters of the 2600k over the 2500k.
Things i like about build is the Motherboard which is future proof with Pci 3.0 and ivy bridge supported so if i want to upgrade in the future i can. Things willing to change, all those if you guys give me cheaper or better bang for buck items. And i would like to know if SSD is worth it.
My rationale is that the prices of HDDs are too much right now and I can get better performance now if I don't need a huge drive. Then, when prices of HDDs come back down, I can buy more storage space when needed and use the SSD for OS and current games.
Yeah that seems rationale. I might do that myself. But so I decided to try to find all my parts on amazon from original marketer or amazon itself. and what was going to be my $1229$ build without the ssd I could buy all the parts on amazon for $1014.24 Which is a GREAT save. I always thought i was saving so much buy shopping with newegg but boy was I wrong. Literally just saved around 115 dollars just buy switching to a different place to buy. so that leaves me enough room to buy a decent sized SSD or do as your doing which was my plan in the first place but i dont want to accidently run out of room or something but i dont think i even went over my 5yr old pc that had sony vegas and photoshop with only about 100gb of storage so i doubt i will
Hehe yeah glad to help pointing you to Amazon I expect more rebates to hit on the 1st and will probably get the SSD then. If you can afford it, there is a performace increase going to larger SSDs, but the prices really start to spike.
My advice right now, is get a modestly sized drive and buy another when prices drop again.
If your going to sli two 560's some day you might need a bigger power supply. Alot of people on here recommend Corsair. Ive read a few times it takes 850 watts to run sli 570's and overclock. So you might want to look into how much power you would need to do it.