I need to build a new computer, and want to based on a the best bang for the buck Intel processor 32nm process. I have not build a PC in a few years and with my limited knowledge of trying to keep up, I need some expert help. My current PC that I'm selling to family is as follows: [CPU] INTEL E8500 3.16GHz @ 4.01GHz; FSB @ 420MHz [CPU Cooler] OCZ Vendetta 2 [RAM] OCZ Reaper HPC 2GB DDR2 1150 (PC2 9200) @ 1,006MHz [Mobo] ASUS Maximus II Formula P45 [GPU] eVGA GTX 580 [PSU] Corsair CMPSU-650TX [HDD] Western Digital VelociRaptor 300GB 10k RPM [Case] Antec Three Hundred [Monitor] Samsung 2343BWX 2048x1152 I will be keeping the GTX 580 for my next build. I have heard that there is a problem with Intel's newest chipset where transistors on the motherboard socket burn out. Has this issue been resolved? I want a quad core processor minimum which is new, and hopefully this issue has been ironed out. I also will be running Windows 7 32 bit, so I'm looking at having 2 gb RAM DDR3. What is the most efficient DDR3 ram 2GB in the lowest nm process? With 2GB system RAM, and 1.5GB video card RAM, that leaves .5 GB RAM for other system IRQ & misc uses. This seems to be the best setup for my needs. Can you please direct me to the best motherboard, CPU, and RAM that fits my needs above?