I need a new PC for gaming. I don't want to spend more money than I have to . I don't have much experience at system building and I am sure that some of you a prolific rig builders. So I require you're assistance . I want to play the latest PC games so playing console ports is just not enough. I assure you that I plan to overclock the PC so im trying to take this into consideration in the parts I am getting. I already have a good PSU, Case, storage drives and DVD drive. All I need is some new components for the case . I live in New Zealand and therefore new egg links and rebates are not that useful for me. It is also why the prices you are looking at are higher. I am getting my parts from this website which is basically an indexing site that contains most of the tech stores in my country, the parts they stock and the prices they charge (as well as stock availability). So if you look on there you can see whats available and what the prices that I will be paying are (the selection is not that impressive..). I think I want something like this here below. However I am not sure what components are the best to get performance-money wise. Many of them are priced roughly the same to. As I am going to be OCing, different mainboards, ram etc will OC differently and it isn't exactly stated on the package how far they will go... So I need help to make sure I get the right components so that I can OC this rig heaps. So could some people please take a quick look on the website and correct me on what components I should get. Would be very,very, very much appreciated . What I am currently looking at: CPU: I5 750 $316.74 (Will OC) CPU COOLER: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus $45.25 Mainboard1: Gigabyte GA-P55-UD3 $187.88 Mainboard2: Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 $277.18 RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3 PC12800/1600MHz CL8 2x2GB $209.00 HDD: 2*Western Digital Caviar Black WD5001AALS 32MB 500GB $83.89ea ($167.78 total) VGA Card: 1*Sapphire Radeon HD5770 (possibly another a second one later on but it depends on whether or not its worth it) I heard that the coolermaster hyper 212 was good. I took a link to the site I heard it was good. It is allso cheap. I am willing to spend some more $$ on things like the coolers. I want it to overclock heaps like I have seen on some websites and in peoples specifications here. And I do not want it to be noisy. As a note noise is important to me. I don't know how loud the new VGA cards like 5770 are but I am sensitive to sound and want not-loud preferably quiet cooling. This includes the CPU cooler. But at the same time I dont want to sacrifice on my overclock or run everything really hot. Therefore I am willing to spend more on graphics card and cooler as well. Need advice here . Also I see that their apear to be several different ATI reference card designs for the heat sinks on the 5770 and allso vendor specific and other coolers on the cards. I have absolutely no idea what they perform like or how loud they actually are. I have seen some reviews/articles about them but I feel someone who actually deals with them will be able to make a better decision than me. About the board I am unsure again . Also I am leaning of going towards a UD4 over UD3 as I see UD4 supports SLI which is something I might not use... No preference for Gigabyte however there boards are cheap and I want alot of Sata ports and some esata connectivity. The new sata and usb features are not important to me. Also they have to be in stock . Sometimes the shops no longer stock certain items but take forever to remove them from their websites. So if its out of stock it probably means they don't stock it anymore And lastly I will be running those 2xWD 500 HDDs in RAID 0 as OS drive (win7 64bit ultimate). Im only 17 so any help at all would be appreciated heaps, thanks so much in advance And I will save you time, the 5770 is the best card I can get before the prices jump like crazy in the country I live in ....And yes my psu is good enough HX650 corsair. (wishing i got the 750...) My case is Antec 900 II. Sorry for the long post, I tried to make up for it with formating.