Hello. This is my first time that I'm going to be building a gaming PC, so I was just wondering if I will have any problems with this. I also wanted a little advice on motherboards and a graphics card that I am getting. The main thing that I am worried about is if I will have enough cooling and that all of my parts are compatible. And if there is a cheaper case, I would definately appreciate it. The only reason I was looking at this was because I like thermaltake, and it has good cooling from the looks of it.
All help is appreciated!
Budget: Up to $1000
Preffered part sites: newegg
SLI or Crossfire: No
CPU-intel i5 2500k
Ram- 8 Gigs (4 GB x 2) corsair dominator DDR3 1600
PSU- Thermaltake TR2 RX 750w Bronze
GPU- MSI R6850 Cyclone Radeon HD 1 GB Single Card
Case- Thermaltake Level 10 Snow Edition ATX Mid-Tower Case
Parts not needed: OS (Windows 7), Keyboard, Mouse, Hard Drives(just going normal hard drives, no ssd, and plan on using western digital), monitor, speakers.
So yup, there it is. All I plan on using it for is a few graphic and video editing programs, and gaming. The games
that I will most likely be playing are TF2, CoD, Battlefield (maybe), and possibly diablo III. If thats any help.
You don't want that old school 1.65v RAM for an 1155 board. You want 1.5v RAM. Also seeing how you don't plan on over clocking and no second card in the future you don't need an unlocked cpu like that 2500K and that psu is not only over kill, but it's not one you would see recommended on here.
And what is your monitors resolution or do you need to include that in the build?
All right, I should have changed the second card thing to maybe. I might want to do it in the future, but for now no. I will take the RAM into account, and what do you recconmend for power supply? Also if I would change the processor and then go with that mother board would the parts all be compatible, and would it stay cool with the same case?