$900 PC gaming build

Approximate Purchase Date: within the next 2 months

Budget Range: $900

System Usage: Gaming, Surfing, School work, watching/editing videos
Parts Not Required: Monitor
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: www.Newegg.com

Country: United States
Part preference: IntelCPU

Overclocking: No

SLI or Crossfire: Maybe

Monitor Resolution:1920x1080
Additional Comments: White case (apature science looking if possable) solid sidepanels
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  1. I would get the i5-2400 instead of the i5-2500. IMO, $30 is not worth 100 MHz.
  2. For 6 dlls more you can get a Gigabyte z77 motherboard. This motherboard will allow you to overclock your cpu '

    For 8 dlls more you can get a Core i5 2500k which is very well worth the extra price.

    I also don't understand why this forum recommends newegg, they charge for shipping on most things and taxes in some places, newegg zombies. Don't come up with the argument that newegg has better return policy because I've dealt with amazon and it was fantastic.
  3. L2twodayfreeshipping. :P
    He said he isn't OCing. If he had wrote maybe to overclocking, then the i5-2500k would have been fine to suggest.
  4. Best answer selected by Pillowforter.
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    Good luck with your build. ;)
    Thank you so much for all the help, Sorry for this one last thing but would all the hardware work with this case? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811146067
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