I have been without a proper pc for a long time and finally the time has arrived for me to buy a spanking new machine. Would you please review my choice to see if I am choosing the best parts for the money spent ? Please note that this system will have to last me about 4-5 years so I don`t mind spending a bit extra for it to be a bit future proof, if that is possible at all. Thanks
Approximate Purchase Date: will order this week if possible
Budget Range: 1400-1600 euros
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Photoshop and Gaming (equal importance)
Parts Not Required: need to buy everything
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: http://www.scanmalta.com/eshop/ , overclockers.uk , amazon.uk UK shops are only for price reference as I will order my pc build from Scan Malta as they will import the parts for me.
Country: Malta .
Parts Preferences: no real preference
Overclocking: Maybe (Never tried it but probably will do some mild ocing)
SLI or Crossfire: No / Maybe
Monitor Resolution:1920x1080, 1920x1200
Additional Comments: No bling necessary at all. Would appreciate if the pc was quiet.
Case: Cooler Master Storm Enforcer http://www.scanmalta.com/eshop/cooler-master-storm-enfo...
(will consider any case as long as priced in 100-140 euros. As long as its quiet and has good ventilation anything will do as not bothered about looks. What I like about enforcer is it has USB3 access on top)
looks good, but I'd go with a gtx 670 and a kuhler 620. for mice I personally like my Cyborg rat 5 but I wish I had got the 7. Logitech makes a good keyboard as do many companies, it depends on key bindings, mechanical keyboards, back lighting, color scheme, wireless or not. you'll just have to look around to see what suites for fancy. I like thin chiclet keyboards myself