Now my question is will this thing work?
Do i need a energy supply with more watt?
Do i need a extra case fan because i read on a few other forums that the GFX card can get to 90 degrees celsius.
do i need a other processor fan?
Will a DVI to VGA cable/adaptor ruin the performance of the GFX card?
Will this thing keep me set for the next 5/6 years without having any problems?
I don't want it blowing up on me or having parts start to melt because i picked all the wrong things.
Approximate Purchase Date: Already ordered (stupid i know)
Budget Range: €500
System Usage from Most to Least Important: gaming (guild wars 2,skyrim,battlefield 3),web surfing
Parts Not Required: monitor, os, mouse, keyboard
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg
Country: The Netherlands
Parts Preferences: AMD
SLI or Crossfire: no
Monitor Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Additional Comments: I mainly wanna max out guild wars 2 the game has not had a official recommended system specs list but a beta tester listed the GFX card and the Processor and said he should be able to run the game on max and smooth on release so i kinda went with those two parts he has
Looks pretty good. The PSU is fine (Power Supply Unit is the same as what you call an Energy Supply), though maybe a little more than you need, which is not a bad thing (it is for your wallet). Will it last 5 years? I can see you playing CoD: Modern Warfare 15 on medium-low settings. The 6870 should handle GW 2 fine on high settings. It looks a lot like WoW which the 6870 can run on Ultra with a decent FPS (as in above 30).
id say go with a better psu brand. seasonic, corsair, antec.
OCZ is a very reputable brand. I'm sure many here will agree. They use quality parts. Kind of like G.Skill. I had not heard of them until a year ago or so. They are a small company, but just because they don't have huge banner ads on Amazon doesn't mean they don't make quality parts. Try to do a little research before making a harsh judgement.