CPU: Intel i7 950 3.04Ghz (it used to be OC'd to 3.4)
GPU: ATI Radeon HD 6870
Memory: http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=326 (Currently at 1066 mhz. Last time I used the Intel XMP to keep it at 2000 mhz I had a bluescreen but I believe its because I was running with no fans and the memory got extremely hot)
Storage: 1x OCZ Vertex 2 60GB (OS, programs) // 1x OCZ Agility 3 240GB (Games) // 1x External Western Digital 1TB (Media)
PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower 1200W (Back when I thought that the more the better!)
Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth X58
Case: Thermaltake Xaser III with no fans nor side door
Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster P2450 (Getting my old 19 inch LG monitor as a 2nd monitor to facilitate streaming in terms of interaction with the viewers
My first concern is my motherboard, the B1/B2 slots for the RAM are broken so I need to use my memory on A1 + C1 + C2 slots, from the little I know I think I'm not benefiting from the Triple-Channel functionality from the RAM. One of my 2 60 gb SSDs stopped working out of nowhere, I have no idea if a MoBo malfunction could have caused it, I thought it was worth mentioning it.
The big dilemma I'm currently facing is if I should buy a new MoBo and processor or wait a few months for the Haswell processors from Intel and then get a MoBo with a LGA 1150 socket or if I should just go with a Z77 motherboard or so. I'm not getting the best out of streaming with my i7 950 I believe.
I'm also thinking about getting a Cooler Master HAF-X case as my case is a joke and I'd like to overclock with air cooling and well... it's a pretty nice case!
Money's not a big concern, but I don't want to take the enthusiastic approach and spend 600 euros on a single piece of hardware. Instead, I'd like to buy efficiently and get the best price/quality items out there I guess.