61 months ago
http://pcpartpicker.com/user/wtb300/saved/xxHrxr I tried to stay around 2,000 I just need to know what I could do better
I would honest just get a 980 instead of sli 970s. Games tend to be a bit finicky with sli.
This is still overkill unless you plan on Overclocking, but around your budget.
Changed to i7-4790k and also chose different MOBO. One you had is good, but some issues with heatsinks not being attached well. Your preference; one I picked is a little more.
Also changed out memory to less expensive one with CL9 and actually a higher frequency of 2133. Next, changed your boot SSD to better one and put a WD Caviar Black for HDD...you definitely want a 7200rpm one. Can go Caviar Blue too for $55.00
Chose different 970's with little higher clock. Though as mentioned, consider a single 980. Swapped your PSU for a little less wattage, but a good one. Last, I changed your monitor to an IPS panel...better picture, close to same money.
Kept most everything else. This is your system, so you have to like and be happy with it.
Also got rid of the fans. The ones that come with case are very similar in performance to ones you chose, so no need to spend money on different ones.
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That is perfect, I think I will use your suggestions as it comes out a tad cheaper but with better options. I've never built a pc so I'm really looking forward to this.