I live 20 mins from scan in the north west but i know of dabs and there is also Amazon but i was wondering
Is 4gb of RAM ok
PSU will it hold up i know you guys love top end PSU
MSI never been a fan of there produts but its been 4 years since i fried my MOBO
And also is the GTX 570 overkill and save 40 quid and get a 560 TI and get better components
dont really wont to bust the 500 limit if i can help it this build comes to 491 Cheers in advance
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However you could save by going for the i3 2120 which would save about £50 which you could then upgrade the 560ti to an hd 7850.
To answer the specific questions:
Yes 4GB is till fine for gaming having 8GB though is the best price point atm though and always useful.
MSI seem pretty good these days.
I would say it was a bit overkill have a look at this from toms: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/gaming-fx-pentium-apu-ben...
the i3 is certainly a competent cpu but you can tell the difference between the quad core i5's and the i3's. If you can i woudl urge you to save up a that £14 so you can get the 2300 into the budget.
Unless you've changed motherboard you can only install 2 sticks of ram.
PSU has a lot less amperage on the 12V rails and i'd be surprised if it could power a GTX 570 and i3, we're cutting it close with the XFX one as well.
The TF3 is cheaper?! Has a nice big cooler so should be very cool in the case you've selected.
If you'll buy from dabs I would (ram is cheaper and faster for example), again i'd say save a little for the quad core cpu you won't regret it but the build you put together will work well , but is less balanced.