First of all, I want to thank you for taking your time for just browsing this thread. And any comments and suggestions are greatly appreciated
Country- New Zealand
Preferred websites- www.computerlounge.co.nz - www.pbtech.co.nz Parts preferences- Asus ROG (as it is a ROG themed build, but its near impossible to get ROG graphics cards down here...so anything good will do)
Budget rate- $3000-$3500
SLI or Crossfire- Yes, in the future.
Parts not required- Mouse and keyboard
I'll be using this rig mostly for gaming (D3, Skyrim, Battlefield etc.) surfing the net and music. This will be my first build and i was hoping to get as much gaming performance available for the money i'm spending on it (hope that made any sense). I also want to know if the power supply will be enough as I will be adding another GPU in the future. I will also be running it on 2 monitors and be adding water cooling for the future. Again, I thank you for your time and any suggestions are welcome. Well here's what I got so far.
Case- COOLERMASTER HAF-X HIGH AIR FLOW CASE (not included in the budget)
Sound Card- ASUS XONAR ROG PHOEBUS GAMING SOUND CARD (not included in the budget)
Headset/mic- Vulcan ANC (not included in the budget)
PSU-SEASONIC M12II 650W 80PLUS BRONZE POWER SUPPLY
Operating System- MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 OEM HOME PREMIUM 64BIT
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I would get a 750Watt PSU instead other than that your build seems solid to me for what you want ROG themed build is not cheap. But, if it's just a top notch gaming rig you want than you could save quite a bit of money by going with a cheaper mobo also for gaming you don't need the i7 you want i5
Thank you for the reply will change into i5 and a 750w PSU