Approximate Purchase Date: not sure yet ( do i buy it this week or wait for the new year since new staff may appear )
Budget Range: 750-800$
System Usage from Most to Least Important: Web design - graphic design - gaming ( not hardcore gaming )
Are you buying a monitor: No
Parts to Upgrade: non
Do you need to buy OS: No
Preferred Website(s) for Parts: newegg.com or better
Parts Preferences: I would like mobo Gigabyte or AsRock ( i have bad expriance with Asus and MSI xD )
SLI or Crossfire: Maybe
Your Monitor Resolution: 1920x1080
* Quiet PC will be good
* Software im using is ( Adobe CS6 [ Photoshop - Dreamweaver - Flash - Illustrator - Fireworks - InDesign ], CorelDraw X4, Xara Xtreme Pro v4 )
* Games ( online games like [ RF - GW2 ] / Starcraft 2 - XCOM Enemy Unknown - Prototype 2 - Maxpaye 3 )
but as i said b4 im not hardcore gamer which mean i can live with games runing with med lvl performance
* As for OS : i would like to be able to use Windows 8
* One last thing it would be cool if you guys advise me about whats better for my usage ( AMD Fx or Intel I5/I7 )
More about :750 800 web graphic design abit gaming
As far as the cpu power, the i-series is still better, even in most multi- threaded apps. That's why I'm going with the 3570k. The motherboard and the PSU will allow you to just buy another GPU whenever you want and throw it in. Windows 8 will be another $70-$80. Other than that, this build is solid.
If you have any questions, just ask.
What do you get with the AMD build? Cheaper price obviously, in applications like what you want to do, the FX-8320/8350 performs better/similar to the i5 3570K and better than the i7 3770K in some cases. It should also be noted in gaming the GPU matters more than the CPU.