I do not wish to be a spoiler nor dictate what you should buy, this is my advice but the final choice if of course yours. Please do not rush into your purchasing.Your parts will work together and we will of course assist you
in any way we can.
Info, Where a boxed retail CPU, from both Intel and AMD, with a
heat-sink/cooler, they come with a
warranty, If you install an
after-market cooler, you will void the warranty. The stock cooler is more than capable of keeping the CPU within it's thermal footprint so, I always suyggest using the stock cooler first and if it does not perform to your
satisfaction, then fit a
selected PSU is of an old
design, has a poor
reputation amongst users, Pro Review, >
These two are a better choice.. > http://www.newegg.co...341-018:$$$$$$$
HDD. Using one HDD for everything is not best practice, if the drive fails or gets corrupted, you probable loose all your Data. If you partition the drive, it will bottleneck your system as OS will try to read/write to both, one will have to wait until the other has finished. Having 2 HDDs is better, The Boot drive with OS and applications, the second with Docs, Project source files, finished projects, and part of the disk for Scratch.
GPU. I think you would be disappointed with the performance both in graphic/Web design and gaming. Don't be fooled because the card is one of the latest releases, "Finally, GTX 650 which is a rebadged GT 640 with GDDR5 memory and improved clocks would hit the market shelves at a price range of $189-$199. Featuring the same Gk107 core with 384 cores though faster clocks beyond 1GHz and a 5GHz clock 1GB memory would help it place a position over the GTX 550Ti.Performance of the GTX 650 can be seen here while GTX 660Ti’s full set of benchmarks can be seen here"Sourse > http://wccftech.com/...pecs-confirmed/
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I would do more research before buying a GPU, Consider building your rig, get to know it for a month, then buy the video card, you may well have a little more cash to upgrade to at least a 480, 570, 660 ti, 670.