I wouldn't touch that case or power supply with a 10 foot pole. Diablotek cases are among the worst in the industry. Thermaltake isn't a very reputable PSU vendor either. Don't get the 3770K - get the 3570K instead and upgrade your GPU to a Radeon 7950, that will be way better. If you're not going to overclock the i5-3350P and i5-3470 are better choices.
You can save 40 bucks and get the i5 for 190. Then upgrade that terrible case/psu or the gpu. The 3350p has a locked core multiplier IE you can't overclock it, thus the i5 3570K was born, K = unlocked multiplier. I agree with everything g-unit has said in this thread, especially the 10ft pole part. However, MSI has a better gpu at a better price = $279.99 + a 20$ rebate; And the 200R has bad cooling, whereas this is the best for the price 4 Good Fans nom nom
Well if you have access to a Micro Center then by all means. The 3350P is a good cost-cutting CPU. Usually on sub $900 builds I recommend cutting out overclocking to save money but sometimes the Micro Center deal you actually come out ahead in this area.
MSI Best mobo@$109.99+ a 10$ rebate If you don't want to buy from newegg find this exact model elsewhere
I'll disagree - I had an MSI 870 motherboard and it died on me after 3 days. I wound up returning it for an Asus M4A87TD.
thanks man.. now tell me what psu and case should be good? and also i assume evo fan should be good for heatsink.. right?
Corsair 200R / 300R and Antec One Hundred are the best cases in the sub $70 range. If you want to pay a bit more get the NZXT Phantom 410.
As far as power supplies go the reputable brands are Corsair, Antec, Seasonic, and XFX (rebranded Seasonic). I also like the NZXT Hale 90 which are made by Super Flower but those will run you way more than an average PSU will.