New pc build gaming help suggestions

hi im new to building pcs but i have read up on a bunch of stuff. i am looking to use this pc for gaming and other video rendering type stuff. This is the pc that im looking to get will it be able to run all games on max settings or if you have any suggestions it would be helpful pcartpicker: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/dRQQ
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  1. hi im new to building pcs but i have read up on a bunch of stuff. i am looking to use this pc for gaming and other video rendering type stuff. This is the pc that im looking to get will it be able to run all games on max settings or if you have any suggestions it would be helpful pcartpicker: http: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/dRYU
  2. the second parts list is the updated one with the i5 ivy bridge processor
  3. Cheaper and more reliable SSD is the Samsung 830, on sale for $100.
    No need for a 1000W PSU, even for two 670s. Get the TX750 V2.
  4. the only reason i have the 1000 watt psu is because it is onsale right now through newegg for 109 dollars thank you for the ssd option.
  5. That PSU is manufactured by a crap OEM. Not reliable.
  6. oh ok thanks than i will change it
  7. do you have any other psu options that are fully modular thank you.
  8. OCZ ZT 750W.
  9. just make sure it is made by seasonic. Normal are seasonic, corsair, xfx. http://whirlpool.net.au/wiki/psu_manufacturers
  10. OCZ ZT is made by a good OEM.
  11. updated parts list: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/dS5R

    will this setup last me a log time and will i be able to run every game out there on the highest setting?
  12. i would love to know what the benchmarks would be for this system like fps and things like that. i really want to get the right stuff because i dont want to waste any money any information would help.
  13. should i get an i7 sandy bridge or the new i5 ivy bridge
  14. IB i5.
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