I have recieved some advice earlier about building my own gaming PC (Thanks to doctoralchemy and AdrianPerry).
I have come up with my final list of components but I am worried that some of the parts may not be compatible or work well with one another.
I am incredibly new to this, and would appreciate anyone's experience when it comes to any problem I may have building the PC (My aim is to build a high end gaming machine).
Any advice would be appreciated, as well any alternatives to enhance the PC or something that I may have missed.
a good after market CPU cooler such as the arctic cooler 7 would be a good edition to your build. a 2700K must be over clocked to its fullest . i am not a fan of asrock, i find them to be very lack luster and cheap. I have used a few in basic oem replacements for clients who will not be pushing there systems but i would not build a high end system out of them. i would go with MSI or gigabyte, in my experience MSI has safer OC presets and systems as well as better power management but gigabyte can be pushed farther so long as you know what you are doing. your ram is very light, i would throw in another set to get you to 16GB. if your budget allows for it a couple SSD's in raid-0 would be a brilliant edition to your build, i have used the techbuy website in AU for a few clients however there shipping and stock support blows, you can expect at least 2 items out of a standard 20 item comp build to be out of stock by the time they get around to shipping to you.