Western Digital Caviar Green, 64MB, 1TB, SATA-3 WD10EARX CHF 99 https://www.digitec.ch/ProdukteDetails2.aspx?Reiter=Det...
Chosen because a 'green' drive will be quieter than a normal 7200RPM drive. If you need to install programs onto the HDD rather than the SSD then you should probably go with a 7200RPM drive.
Thermalright HR-02 Macho CHF 55 https://www.digitec.ch/ProdukteDetails2.aspx?Reiter=Det...
Positively reviewed at HardOCP and Xbitlabs. Has a fan speed range of 900-1300RPM. It was actually originally designed and released as a fanless product, so you could actually remove it completely as long as you don't go too crazy with the overclocking.
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit, OEM CHF 95-115, depending on language
Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit, Retail ~CHF 170
8gb Ram is enough? If I place 12 or 16gb, would that make a big difference?
Why the i5 and not the i7? Is it not worth to buy the i7? The difference is relative?
Don't you think the AMD HD7970 is a better graphics card?
Thank you so much man
Yes I would have thought that 8GB is enough for your uses. The only usage you listed which needs lots of RAM is Photoshop, which was the least important. I would suggest sticking with 8GB of RAM until you have built the computer and used it enough to be able to tell whether you need more or not, and if so then it is easy enough to upgrade to 16GB.
Again looking at your stated uses you would not benefit from getting the i7 over the i5.
The 7970 is better in some situations and games, so it would be better for you if your circumstances match the advantages the 7970 has.
I suppose if you are comfortable spending the extra money on these items then you should feel free to, but I don't think it is necessary.