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I wouldn't recommend the PSU, and the motherboard is overkill specially on the price side. The GPU is a bit low end, weak per the CPU your getting.
Could you reccomend me a good psu for around the same price. Im thinking of just getting it and swapping it to my sister for a gtx 570 twin frozr II OC. She doesn't games. She just needs a graphics card.
Lol if you sister had a GTX 570 and she doesn't game? What CPU is she using and motherboard, if she has a SB/IB chip she can just use the on the die graphics.
The cooler master one. And swapping the gpu with my sister because she still plays the occasional minecraft and battle field bad comapny 2 and has a hdmi moniter so she needs something that supports it. But she only uses 2500k sandy bridge. Dont know mobo though
And thank you for that, i will make some alterations on the system. Im going to water cool this pc eventually. I may just not buy a gpu as i may be getting a 7970 for my bday. I also am looking at getting a 1000W (with the freed up cash from a gpu) power supply and eventually crossfiring 2 7970s. I am looking at getting 2 sticks of vengence ram 4Gb and one 4Gb hyper X ram. Which would give me cool looking 16 gb of ram. (which home premium supports, only bought it for the 15$ upgrade to windows 8).
1000w is excessive. The days of GTX 580's are gone. The 7970 with an OC'd CPU at most would only need an 850w. The TDP for a 7970 is only 190w, tack on another 190w and 175w-ish for an OC'd 4.6ghz+ i5 3570K and maybe 50w for the system you're only looking at 605w. So a 750w or 850w at most.
Also for what you listed, Editing is the least important. 16GB is also a waste of money. 8GB is fine for even me and I'd say for me it'd go Video/Photo editing > Gaming.
If she does that and you should just tell her to keep the GTX 570 and you wait for the 7970. That way you save money instead of buying a card when it's not needed for her. If you get what I mean.
alright ill use 8gb and maybe an 850 Gb in case some new gpu comes out in a year that ill buy. And im wondering the cpu im buy is a 3570k that is factory overclocked at 4ghz. I'm wondering if i can overclock it further to like 4.6 or even 4,8 ghz. And will tell her to.
No. The CPU is overclocked via the user. There are plenty of guides that show how. A quick google is pretty much guaranteed large hits. Usually find forums with the same motherboard. Settings generally work.