Right! So my dad is looking to update his old 2500k/HD 7790 mATX build with a nice, new $3000-ish one. It seems that 768p wasn't the best resolution, so we hope that this computer will run 1440p or 4K. These are just the raw components. Not including montior and liquid cooling parts, however a custom loop will eventually be used. Considering there will be liquid cooling, I've chosen parts with liquid cooling in mind. Here are my parts that I've chosen: Note: We will end up purchasing a 4790K when it is released. The 4770K was chosen as it isn't included on site, has similar compatibility and price. http://au.pcpartpicker.com/p/Ldt7pg CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K RAM: Not important. 16GB of nice looking RAM. 4x4GB is preferable Motherboard: Asus MAXIMUS VII HERO ATX Video Card(s): 2x GTX 780 (Any reference PCB model, makes known to OC better preferred) SSD: 2x 250GB Samsung 840 EVO HDD: WD Caviar Green 2TB Case: Corsair 540 Air PSU: Corsair AX860i My dad seems to not want to spend anywhere around $800 on liquid cooling so I need some help picking good bang-for-buck parts (if value exists in the LC world). I am unsure about the motherboard. If you could find a better mobo (OC-wise. Minimum 2 16x PCIe 3.0) for a similar price and in a better colour please let me know. I've also heard that 2 x GTX 770 4GBs are better. I am not sure about this. I've also heard a single 780ti would provide better performance for the price. If we end up going with 4K, we will probably need 780 ti SLI.