Hello guys, I’m selecting components to build a new computer primarily for the purpose to drive racing games, Rfactor 2 and Asetto Corsa and all the other simulation race games. I want to ask you to give some feedback on the system I chose because I’m completely new at this and it took me a while to figure out what everything means, and I want to check that with others. I wrote down the specs I have in mind, where I want to use it for, what my considerations are, and some specific questions. Any remark or tips are very welcome. Now I’ve selected the following components: Processor: Intel i5 4670, s 1050 Motherboard: Asus Z-87k, s 1050 Work Memory: Corsair Vengeance 1600 8GB Harddisk: 2 or 1 TB 3,5inch, think Western Digital Green Power supply: Corsair CX 600M or CX 750 (haswell certified) Cooling: Mugen game 3 cooler or Mugen 4 Graphics card: probably MSI GTX 760 Twin Frozr Gaming,2GB`(is there a huge difference in the 760’s?) Computer Case: Corsair 300R or Cooler Master CM 690 II lite Windows 8 My intention is to keep this hardware for many years, at least 5 years or more, and if I want to upgrade it would be a better graphics card as what I have been reading that is the factor which gives me the most gain when upgrading hardware. I will be playing on my television, but want to keep the option open for 3 screens. I am not intending to overclock, don’t know enough about computers to make sure it doesn’t go wrong. On top of that, I expect to have around 80-100 frame rates on my tv screen(correct me if I make a wrong guess), is an increase from overclocking really that much noticeable? If people can tell me that it increases the frame rates with 20% or more (or another advantage which is noticeable in race games) I might consider to buy the i5 4670k, but would like to hear your opinions. (Based on the gain on Rfactor2 by preference, other games I will be playing from a console) I picked the 1150 socket over the 1155 socket, because it would give me the option to change the motherboard or processor separately, and not both. With that said, is it realistic to say that in 5 years intel will still be selling the 1150 sockets for their newest components? I picked the i5 because the biggest difference with i7 is hyper threading, of which a game like RF2 doesn’t really gain performance as it doesn’t use that many cores. So what I figured is that the i5 is almost as good. I7 would only be beneficial if I would do rendering etc. In the future I want to install a SSD. -Is this machine I Picked good enough with a possible graphics card update in the future to be playing racing games well over 5 years from now? -Are the components I selected well matching with each other? -Can I for instance install the current GTX 780 or other graphics cards that will be released later on, on this machine without me having to buy other components? - Is an SSD possible to install easily in the future -Did I make logical conclusions, or would you suggest something else? -Do I have all the connections and options that are needed to have a good pc for the future? -Any other stuff that I need to consider? -Other tips? Thanks in advance!