Well, 32gb was just late because i had some extra cash, ill just go with 16gb and idk i just prefer i7.......Well other than gaming just internet roaming and general *** and rendering is a biggie because im gunna be recording
It isn't that the 2600k is bad for gaming, it is that it cost $100 more than a just as good 2500k and $100 buys a whole lot more video card.
560 TI isn't a top end card like it used to be. That is getting toward 570 or 7870 territory. Maybe better on a good deal, especially if you can stretch a little. The 7950 might reach as low as $350 or $360 and that's a lot more FPS.
If you are going to be running FRAPS or something like that, you have to care more about framerates than someone with a 560 TI and no FRAPS, because using that program cuts off like 30 FPS.
The maximum frame rate with FRAPS (as far as I can tell) is 90 FPS (I have seen my FPS go from 300 to 90 by using it), but for people with a much lower basic FPS, it is more painful. 300 to 90 is not even visible to the eye, but 60 to 30 sure is. 50 to 20 moreso.
That is why I would rather see you with the highest possible base FPS, so with whatever recording software in use the FPS doesn't become so low as to be unplayable now or in a year or two.
Either way, I have said my piece. Call it like you want. You have the tools to decide for yourself.