Hello fellow forum members. I wanted to see if the parts that I chosen would be compatible with each other. Would you people please be kind to help see if the parts are compatible with each other. Feel free to add suggestions and reccommendation as to because this is my first build and any kind of advice would be very helpful.
Approximate Purchase Date: Possibly this week or next.
Budget Range: 1,300 after rebates
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming, surfing the internet, editting (just small ones), homework, recording videos and rendering, uploading
Parts Not Required: Keyboard, Mouse, Speakers, and OS
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: Newegg.com or others that are trusty and well known
Parts Preferences: Intel CPU, Nvidia GTX, Asrock, ASUS, or Gigabyte Motherboard
SLI or Crossfire: SLI, etc..
Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080 Full HD 1080p
Additional Comments: I would like a very good audio for music and gaming and something that does not make so much noise as in computer parts. I would also like the parts to be cheap and efficient.
Here are the parts that I choose (Feel free to make suggestions)
Anytime that you can get a SeaSonic psu for less and have the same watts I would get it every time. In this case with shipping and rebate on the Corsair it works out to the same price. But you can't dispute the brand quality. The Evga 570 for the same price as the 560Ti is another case of a higher level card for the same price.
If I were you I'd consider getting an AMD graphics card. You can get a MSI Radeon HD 7950 for $320 after rebates with 3 free games. But if you want to go with nvidia I'd ditch the 560ti and go with either the 570 a guy above me linked to, or a gtx 670, if you're willing to spend a bit more, but the Radeon HD 7950 still seems like a better choice.
Also, if you live close to Microcenter, you should consider getting a Core i5 3570K from them. They have it for $190, which is cheaper than the 2500k for a newer processor. You can put the difference towards a z77 mobo.
The rest of the parts seem compatible, but you should wait for someone else to confirm, since I am fairly new to this.
by saving the cash spent on the video card, i managed to get you a SSD. you will have to put the os in the SSD and remember to set the drive to be running in AHCI mode in the bios. the hard drive is for other items that dont need speedy load times such as documents or movies
There's not much more to suggest Thebigtroll covered the builds that you can get and I would go with the first one with the GTX670 , you don't have to be a hardcore gamer to have a nice video card and there are a few cards above that one. The $1000 GTX 690 and the $500 GTX 680 and 7970 , so the 670 is a couple notches down and a very nice card. You would have nice fluid gameplay with no video problems.
The only other build suggestions that I can think of are more expensive.