Hey guys, so I've been reading through the forums and on other different sites with regards to building a gaming pc that is under the $1400 CAD range (with taxes and shipping included).
I've done my research and I picked out these parts believing that these products will give me the most bang for my buck. I was hoping I could get some feedback on the parts that I picked out before I decide to sign my life away
My biggest concern or worry though is that I didn't read something right and that I inadvertently buy incompatible parts. I think I got them spot on but it doesn't hurt to ask more experts right ?
I also wanted to know if the PSU that I chose the (Corsair TX750 V2) is too much for the system or is it adequate and able to withstand further additions in the future?
In addition I was also hoping I could get some input on heat sinks and overclocking.
Should I stick to the heat sink that is provided with the i5 processor or should I replace it with another unit. I don't necessarily plan on overclocking my system at the minute, which I've come to believe is the primary reason why you would want to invest in another heat sink. I have also read that overclocking the system might in fact prove to be more of a benefit as opposed to a detriment. So I will definitely have to think about that in the future, but for the time being would it be a good idea to get one (an additional heat sink) for my current build using the components I've listed above?
If in the event I decide to overclock my system, will the different components be able to handle it?
Lots of questions I know, but I am hoping someone would be able to help me out. This is my first ever attempt at trying to build a PC and I am really excited and nervous at the same time
Thank you so much in advance for your thoughts and input.
(By gaming I meant to play Diablo III and Guild Wars II xD)