So I decided to finally build a new computer, but as this is my first time. I tried to do my research on what the best parts would be, but I thought I'd try to post here to make sure I got the right things.
I believe what I chose is a pretty solid build for what I want to pay(~$850, including Windows 7), but i just want to make sure that all the components are compatible. And the only part i'm still kind of iffy on is the motherboard.
As I've said, the main thing I'd like to know is if all the components will work with the motherboard so I dont waste my time buying everything. But I would also appreciate thoughts/possible improvements that can be made.
Also, the reason I'm going with the 6750 instead of a 6850+ is because it's a $65 dollar difference for something I don't believe I really I need.
They all work together , but it seems an odd mix .
If you are gaming you will probably want a stronger graphics card , and if you are not you could just use the graphics built in to the processor .
The case is good , bit its a gaming case . Again if you are not gaming there are better choices . If you want to stay with the Antec then check out the 300 two so you get front USB 3 ports
I do plan on mainly gaming on this; however, I don't really need to be at ultra max settings at the highest resolution so I thought the 6750 at 85 bucks after rebate was the best choice.
And if it helps, the games I will mostly play will be games like League of Legends, Diablo III, and Starcraft II.