no idea why you would buy fx. if you are a amd fanboy, id suggest you get a phenom ii x4 965 BE instead. it performs better. even more so, i dont see the point of not overclocking a fx chip. nevertheless, get the phenom ii. piledriver wont come out this year
for the motherboard, id get the 990xa ud3 but the one you picked should be fine'
for the graphics card, id prefer the xfx double dissipation 7950 but sapphire is still ok
for the SSD, id get the crucial m4 or the samsung 830. from what i heard, ocz was having some bios problems. otherwise, the vertex 4 is fast
for the psu, id at least get a 650w. nice ones are the xfx units, corsair, seasonic, pc and power cooling, and some antec units
for the case, id get a antec 302, 300. a corsair carbide 400R would also be nice. if you have fractal in your country, you can get the core 3000
no i'm not amd fanboy fx is pretty good for me. then i will not overclock do any sli/crossfire so i probaly don't need better motherboard. i will check the 7950 from xfx, ssd is good you say and i may check if there are any problems. you don't need 650W PSU for all this. why are you all calculations so high. 550 is enough for my components.
i want a actual gameplay, do you understand me? not some crazy benchamarks. i will not buy other cpu/gpu or whatever else if they have better benchmarks results.
i want actual gameplay, video editing, all this stuff but no benchmarks. you know what's weird? in benchmarks i5 2500k is better but at gameplay 8150 outperform 2500(k).
ok then if you dont believe every review site out there. i dont see anything regarding a fx 8150 beating a i5 2500k in games. the only thing i ever saw was a fx 8150 nearing or beating a 2600k in highly threaded applications but then tanking behind a i3 2120 in regular workloads. and how the heck do you prove yourself without benchmarks? most people cant see the difference between 40 and 45fps
the 8350 isnt out yet nor by the end of this year. more like q1 2013. nobody reviewed the piledriver cores just yet (other than the trinity stuff which is pretty decent). you will see scores that are about as good as sandy bridge i5s. i might actually buy one if the results are good and the price is reasonable
new technology doesnt necessarily mean that the chip performs better. (ex. a pentium 4 was beaten by a amd chip even though it was clocked much slower)
you wont see the difference between a i5 3570k and a fx8150 most of the time. in situations when you are using a crappy card to get 30fps on a i5 3570k, you will get 20fps with a fx chip. thats when you tell the difference
i highly doubt the will release Piledriver given how long amd took to release bulldozer chips.