^ I was just playing FC3 with near maxed out settings at 1080p on a similar setup, the 7870 will perform just fine.
Cant say for certain, but for desktop application I dont think so.
So far the only usage of it is storage and external graphics cards, both of which are only really a concern when applied to something like a laptop.
I dont think Thunderbolt will have any real use on a desktop platform, but who knows what the technology will be adapted for.
250GB SSD might not be sufficient and hence buy a 1TB Seagate baracuda HDD
That too depends on your usage. If it is just for gaming and you don't download/archive lots of media, the 250 Should be fine. although I'd consider the 840 pro 128 GB and a 1tb HDD if I were going to add an HDD.
Would you please give me agrumented answer and better pick. Thanks!
The SSD is simply a luxury, faster boot times and faster loading of games. You need to top quality GPU for that is your first priority. Skip the SSD, get a 1TB HDD, and spend the savings on a better graphics card. Use this as a reference: