At first I was going for an i7 3930 but I cheked some benchmarks at Solidworks web site and as I understood 3770 and 3930 doesnt have much differences in performance at Solidworks. So I changed the cpu and mobo. I need some advices at this build because I can not be sure of part. I can not define a price interval because prices in US or Europe are so much different than in Turkey. The only thing i'm not considering changing is the graphics card. I have no idea about mobo hdd and ssd so I'm totaly open to your ideas.
Waiting for your replies impatiently
Edit: Now that Im checking other threads, I see that people are posting links of the components. I did not do it because I tried to create this build on a Turkish site. I'm sorry...
Another thing, my father is a little impatient about this build so I wont be able to order components from Ebay. We dont have distributors of Muskin and Crucial in Turkey. And I believe its hard to find AMD workstation graphics cards. Quadros are easier to find.
500 will be fine. With your parts list its tdp (total draw power) is less than 200w (no video card). With the best quatro available (the 6000) your tdp bumps to just over 400. Including a storage drive, you probably wont ever go above 450 even with some OC. The 400 only has a 25-30 wat bump from the base line with all the other parts (250w inc. storage drive). I would drop the PSU down lower, but I am unable to find the power consumption for the 600.
WD has always been reliable for me..you have had some issues in the past with them, so I would suggest either going in a raid 1 setup if you get a 1TB or greater black or blue caviar. I haven't personally had any issues with SeaSonic but I have read that several other posters on this site have in the past.
Any drive you get always has that chance of failure, seasonic has a reportedly higher chance than WD.
As a precaution its always a good idea to have a secondary storage device to back all your files and projects up to. For WD, Black is power and speed, blue is general use.
Might think about cloud storage for important current project backups, just cycle them out to a backup when finished.
Edit: Secondary storage I mentioned would be an external hard drive/flashdrive/disk.