2nd build, buying tomorrow

Hi guys, i'm doing an upgrade from my current build but keeping just a few parts for the new one
Current build:
A8 3850 APU
Asus F1A75-M Pro
2x4GB G skill Ram
Corsair 600CX Psu
Gigabyte 6850
CM TX3 Air Cooling
Antec 300
Seagate 1TB HDD
Asus VH236H

New Build:
i5 2500K
Asus P8z77-V LK
2x4GB G skill Ram(Keeping from old build)
Corsair HX 650
Gigabyte 6850 (Keeping from old build)
CM Hyper 212
Corsair 600T Black
Asus VH236H (Keeping from old build)
Crucial M4 64GB Boot Drive with SC2

OVerclocking: Minor Use:Games(SC2)/Streaming Parts: NCIX Canada Budget: Under $900
Please rate give feedback. I want to stick with the 2500k because of the solid reviews, 3rd gen is still up in the air for me
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  1. Third gen is good. I don't quite understand why you are making a new computer though.
  2. For SC2, you do not need to upgrade your system. Keep the $.
  3. azeem40 said:
    For SC2, you do not need to upgrade your system. Keep the $.


    My processor cannot take SC2, especially large battles I like to play 2v2-4v4 and I have to tone down my settings low-medium to play "smooth". APU does not have L3 cache which could help a lot of games does it not? I want to change because I have the money and I have nothing else to spend it on
  4. You won't need a quad core to run SCII. Just upgrade to a Phenom 965 BE and a compatible motherboard.
  5. azeem40 said:
    You won't need a quad core to run SCII. Just upgrade to a Phenom 965 BE and a compatible motherboard.


    I'd like to but just for an extra $100 I can get a 2500k. $300 for cpu/mobo combo is a pretty good deal which NCIX has this weekend
  6. I don't recommend buying something for what you think you will need in the future. Future proofing is non-existent in gaming.
  7. Any other thoughts?
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