System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming, watching movies
Are you buying a monitor: No
Do you need to buy OS: No
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: doesn't matter
SLI or Crossfire: Yes
Your Monitor Resolution: 1680x1050,
Additional Comments: Just want to know if the parts are compatible and is PSU sufficient for when I buy another 7850 for crossfire when GPU starts to show its ages . Also don't need a case and a DVD ROM. Overall just need something i wont need to upgrade for a long time .
And Most Importantly, Why Are You Upgrading: Need to upgrade due to PC getting old
Include a list of any parts you have already selected with descriptively labeled links for parts.
will the 750w be enough for like a better card down the line when i upgrade the GPU and when i add another one for SLI/crossfire
thanks for that break down on that web site but wont that power supply be a little bit weak. Plus SSD where i live are a bit expensive so that's a no on SSD but I'm more about space don't care about loading times and so but thanks again I am still open to any suggestions that mite help like e.g better ram at same price or better cooler at same price i have done most of my home work and read reviews on most of the hardware .
There's no such thing as "future proof" especially with Intel's propensity for obsoleting their own platforms. The best you can do is to build the most powerful computer you can afford. BTW, don't let anybody talk you out of the 1000 watt PSU.
I'm a noob of average intelligence (on a good day,when sober). You'll love your MOBO, CPU, and RAM. I got them all on my one and only build (1 month ago). Microcenter has good deals on MOBO & CPU combo's if you are near them. You have to physically go pick up at store, but they have the best prices on that combo - PERIOD.
As far as PSU. I have a PC Power and Cooling 600w Mk III. I believe it comes with a 5 yr warranty. It's solid, modular and silent. PC Power and Cooling is owned by OCZ. If I were to SLI / Crossfire I would get a 750w. I'm cheap and you see how i vote with my cash.