System Usage from Most to Least Important: (Gaming, Browsing The Internet, Movies/Youtube)
Parts Not Required: (case, optical drive, HD, heatsink, video cards, keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers, OS)
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: (Doesn't matter as long as they are based in the USA)
Country: (United States)
Parts Preferences: by brand or type (Intel)
SLI or Crossfire: Yes
Monitor Resolution: (1920x1080)
Additional Comments: (Just need to hear some comments or suggestions on the parts I picked out)
I'm planning to upgrade my gaming PC within the next week & just wanted to run my chosen setup by everyone & would love to hear any comments/suggestions or any other advice that you think would help.
The parts not needed are;
Case (CM 690 II Advanced)
Heatsink (CM Hyper 212 Plus with duel 120mm fans in push/pull)
Video cards (Two Gigabyte GTX 560 Ti SOC cards in 2 way SLI)
Hard drive (Hitachi 1 TB)
Optical drive (Samsung Blue Ray combo drive)
Keyboard/Mouse (Razer Cyclosa & Abyssus)
OS (Windows 7 Professional 64 bit - full retail)
http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp gave me 660W of power needed for your build, and this is considering that they tend to overestimate the amount and i OCed the 3570K and raised the voltage, so you definitely don't need 850W, and you definitely need to choose from a better brand like Seasonic, Corsair or Antec. 700-750W will suffice even after you OCed your GPUs unless you have other plans, like adding another card for a tri-SLI setup and a water cooling loop.
not a PSU aficionado, but this one caught my eyes after a random quick search
He might want to put in some programs in it for them to load faster, hence 128GB
Yeah I did want to put a number of games on the SSD as well as the OS and even though SSD drives are falling in price I can't really afford a larger one, so 120gb-128gb will be enough at least for awhile.