In my last post I was talking about upgrading my oldest system but after reading trough the comments it became clear that an entirely new build would be the better option. (cause I had to replace my MB,CPU and GPU anyway )
I'm mostly asking if the parts are compatible cause all the diffrent motherboards really confuse the f out of me
Next to that I've got no idea what Harddisk to chose, Don't have the spare money for an SSD so a good Harddisk would be nice.
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming mostly and then the normal stuff Are you buying a monitor: Nope, not now.
Do you need to buy OS: Yes Preferred Website(s) for Parts: It's a dutch site I'm using so if you guys point out something I'll try and find it myself on there.
Parts Preferences: Doesn't really matter. High quality brands that won't fail me I guess.
Oh! I would like a partually modular POWER SUPPLY to get some easy cable management
Overclocking: Maybe, considered it twice but I'm not good at it. SLI or Crossfire: Maybe, I get the idea that the higher end cards never really drop in price so prob not. Your Monitor Resolution:1920x1080 or 1920x1200
Additional Comments: I'm not going full out on this one, I'm trying to safe money were I can without losing to much performance. Reason for new system: I want a system that will own the current games and will do great for quite some time. I'm happy about the system I bought last year (580gtx is doing well) and I want this one to do the same. If it can own The Witcher II (without the uber sampling I'll be happy) , Guild Wars 2, Crysis 2 and BF3 can't be played competitively on old system.
What I came up with.
Motherboard => I'm really confused here. Gigabyte or assrock... Assrock looks great but most people go for gigabyte...I'm looking for a good gaming board with nothing to fancy for around 100-140