Well, the only parts that i would like to reuse would be my harddrive maybe, But the rest of the parts are slowing burning away and dying.
The psu fan stopped working and all the case fans no longer work. My old CPU is really outdated q6600 quadcore 775 socket, and that brings me to my old motherboard which only uses DDR2 and a 775 socket. Basically none of those parts are really worth reusing beside maybe my harddrive.
The build up above looks pretty good, not sure if i would really need the blueray player though. I am thinking maybe if i keep my old 500 gb HD i could probably roll with a small SSD to put my windows on and use my old harddrive for everything else.
Has far has water cooling goes, i have never done that before and it scares me a little. I wouldn't want to mess around with it unless i had someone who has done it multiple times with me.
Wow yea that build looks beastly, that motherboard has some bad reviews though but seems like some people were just unlucky. Would need some RAM also though haha. Was looking at the G.SKILL Sniper series, they seem pretty solid.
If your old hard drive works , go with it it will have plenty of space. The 120 gb ssd is a good idea. you could save a tiny bit on the dvd player with http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
Also the mobo is more expensive than it needs to be because sandy bridge cant use pcie 3. However, if you can wait until April, you will be able to buy the I5-3750k which will support pcie 3.0.
If it is worth waiting till April then i would most likely do it, i am in no hurry to get this computer up and running. How much will the i5-3750k cost exactly, and i am assuming prices will drop when it comes out to.