hey guys i need help with this build

this is my build, what to you guys think ?????

CPU: Intel Core i3-3220 Dual-Core Processor 3.3 Ghz 3 MB Cache
Motherboard: MSI B75MA-P45 Micro ATX LGA1155 Motherboard0
Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory
Storage: Samsung 840 Series 120GB 2.5" Solid State Disk
Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 660 2GB Video Card
Case: NZXT Source 220 ATX Mid Tower Case
Power Supply: Corsair Builder 600W 80 PLUS Bronze Certified ATX12V Power Supply

I'll take any advise from you guys to improve this build, my budget is around 600-650, thanks
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  1. I might go for the i5-3750K if you can afford it because Intel is going to stop making them within the next year or so and the prices on higher end cpu's for LGA1055 will start to go up because everyone with LGA1055 will want to upgrade at that point. Also it will make it so you are not bottlenecking you Nvidia 660 2GB video card.
  2. utroz said:
    I might go for the i5-3750K if you can afford it because Intel is going to stop making them within the next year or so and the prices on higher end cpu's for LGA1055 will start to go up because everyone with LGA1055 will want to upgrade at that point. Also it will make it so you are not bottlenecking you Nvidia 660 2GB video card.


    +1. The i5-3570k is a great CPU and will avoid bottlenecking not just now but with any future upgrades you choose to make. With an i5 I would recommend getting a Z77 chipset motherboard, as it allows you to overclock. Team that up with a Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO and you should get to 4.2 GHZ easy without needing to add a second fan.
  3. Flightsimluke said:
    utroz said:
    I might go for the i5-3750K if you can afford it because Intel is going to stop making them within the next year or so and the prices on higher end cpu's for LGA1055 will start to go up because everyone with LGA1055 will want to upgrade at that point. Also it will make it so you are not bottlenecking you Nvidia 660 2GB video card.


    +1. The i5-3570k is a great CPU and will avoid bottlenecking not just now but with any future upgrades you choose to make. With an i5 I would recommend getting a Z77 chipset motherboard, as it allows you to overclock. Team that up with a Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO and you should get to 4.2 GHZ easy without needing to add a second fan.



    +1 Yeah definitely get the a board with a Z77 chipset if you get the i5-3570K or if you ever plan on getting a higher end cpu for your motherboard so you can overclock. The cooler the above poster has mentioned is a good idea as well.
  4. utroz said:
    Flightsimluke said:
    utroz said:
    I might go for the i5-3750K if you can afford it because Intel is going to stop making them within the next year or so and the prices on higher end cpu's for LGA1055 will start to go up because everyone with LGA1055 will want to upgrade at that point. Also it will make it so you are not bottlenecking you Nvidia 660 2GB video card.


    +1. The i5-3570k is a great CPU and will avoid bottlenecking not just now but with any future upgrades you choose to make. With an i5 I would recommend getting a Z77 chipset motherboard, as it allows you to overclock. Team that up with a Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO and you should get to 4.2 GHZ easy without needing to add a second fan.



    +1 Yeah definitely get the a board with a Z77 chipset if you get the i5-3570K or if you ever plan on getting a higher end cpu for your motherboard so you can overclock. The cooler the about poster has mentioned is a good idea as well.


    thanks
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