I was thinking about getting a new rig, and was wondering if now is a good time to buy or maybe i should hold off longer, the specs i was looking at buying were as below. I recently bought a new GTX 670 for my current pc and it has not increased performance at all and was wondering if when i buy my new pc it was worth buying a 2nd GTX 670 and running 2 x GTX 670's SLI or should i go with a single card setup and just get a 680. i also wanna future proof my pc so that it can last hopefully 3 years for high end gaming, i was thinking i should probably get a 240GB SSD as they seem to fill up fast.
Im not sure on the power requirements for 2 x GTX 670s would i need a bigger psu than 900?
I am playing mainly playing MMO games which are usually CPU orientated but i do play FPS as well, i do know that thunderbolt is out and on the Socket 1155 motherboards but i have not seen it on the 2011 socket motherboards.
Any advice on my build and choices would be appreciated.
For a gaming rig (with a focus on MMO's no less), that is very overkill. X79 is very expensive and uneeded, 900W supply for a single card, 16GB of RAM and a GTX680 is way too much.
That GTX670 you already have will be just fine for maxing out modern games at 1080p.
Here's a much more realistic gaming build, with potential for overclocking and dual cards.
Case choice is largely personal, as you have to like the look of it. Anything from Corsair or the Coolermaster HAF series is guaranteed to be good. But if another catches your eye, just make sure to research it first. For purposes of the total, I'l assume the case costs $150.