I had a few questions,
1 - Can my new heat sync fit in that case with the given motherboard?
2 - Should i buy additional 120mm fans?
3 - Can you suggest a graphics card that would fit and also allow for good gaming? (preferably nvivia)
4 - Also is there anything else i should consider getting?
You should fill out the sticky at the top of the new build forum so we can help you better.
Sorry i am new to this type of forum thing. Heres some info.
Theres no specific purchase date. Budget is not harsh maybe up to $1000 maybe more. It will be primarily for gaming. (Games such as Starcraft 2). I don't need a monitor, I do need a keyboard and mouse but thats not as important. Im living in Canada at the moment so parts from Canada would be better but its not a necessity. Looking at intel processors and nvidia graphics cards.
Oh ok thanks i didn't know that.
What would you say if I bought the same deal but with a new power supply and the same graphics card suggested.
It would come up to about $1033. (Without OS). While the one you suggested came up to about $1165. Plus I can try to sell the extra power supply. If i go that rout instead, what would i be sacrificing? Is it better?
It does not offer OC or CF/SLI which you didn't mention and, I assume, aren't important to you. Things can be changed to add those features if you are really interested.
It comes to 953 w/o kb/mouse.
You could spend a little extra for a GTX670 if you want to push your budget another 150 or so.
Im curious, what is bad about the kit. I know you know better than me, so for future reference I would like to be able to decide on my own. Also. Would i need to OC to play games at full graphics?
Games such as StarCraft 2
Ok. I have considered most of my options thanks for the help guys. Here is what I came up with thus far http://pcpartpicker.com/ca/p/aNbZ .Its a combination of all the suggestions minus the graphics card. The 670 is a bit expensive, is there any other graphics card that I can get that would be able to max out games like SC2, BF3, COD3?