Hello Everyone I am Ready to start building my very own Gaming Rig,But i am very unsure about the parts.
I've Done research and i know where each individual part goes.
I'll Be playing Games such as, BF3,MW3,DayZ,Minecraft, and More modern games Hopefully Reaching More than 60 FPS.
As Stated My Budget will be between $1000-$2500.
I will Still need Gaming Peripherals( It's Fine if the Accessories Make the price go over)
Monitor: Hopefully i can Get a 120hz monitor at 1920x1080
I'm Just having trouble finding the parts that are perfect for me because there are so many Mobos, Cpus,etc...
Can you guys assist me?
That system is way overkill - the 3770K will not be fully utilized on a gaming rig. The Sabertooth is an overrated, expensive marketing gimmick, and you won't use 16GB of RAM. And even one 7970 can max out everything. Just because you have a budget of $2500 doesn't mean you have to hit it.
And why pay that much for a monitor with that resolution when you can get a Catleap for $350 off eBay and get 2560 x 1440?
Unless you'll make use of the hyper-threading, then yes drop the i7.
Here is a comparison of the ASRock board g-unit suggested, and the ASUS board you chose.
The ASRock is cheaper, and it has more stuff.
About the BF3 thing, I'm sure the 7970 GHz Edition will still do a wonderful job.
You're getting the Noctua NH-D14, so you'll probably want a Low Profile RAM, and the Vengeance series isn't cut out for that.
Go for the G.SKILL ares g-unit suggested.
That BenQ is amazing. I would definitely get that.
As for the MoBO, There is lots of Horrible Recent Customer Feedback.(On Newegg)
I'm scared for this because what if it ships Defective?
Is There a Benchmark for the 7970 GHz Edition?
(I'll Probably Google)
For the Noctua NH-D14, On Noctua Official Site it states that Low profile Corsair Vengeance Ram Will fit under