Hey guys As the title says, I'm looking to build my first PC to replace the Asus laptop in my sig (it's about 5 years old now, and has started to rattle ominously whenever I load anything more taxing than Word ) My budget's around £650, but I could probably stretch to £700 if there was a really compelling reason to, I'm building it as a general purpose sort of PC, I will be doing some gaming on it (Fallout/Deus Ex/Dead Island at 1920x1080), and I'd like it to be as future-proof as possible for the budget (as contradictory as that term may be..). I'd also like to try my hand at overclocking (hence the P67 board and unlocked i5) I've specced up as I see fit below, it's mATX because it's going to uni, and portability will be important for lugging it up and down the country. CPU: Intel Core i5 2500K OEM - £160 Mobo: Asus P8P67-M - £105 PSU: OCZ ModXStream 500W Pro - £57 RAM: 4GB Corsair XMS3 Classic (1600) - £25 Case: Fractal Design Arc Mini - £65.50 HDD: 1TB Samsung Spinpoint F3 - £43 GFX: 1GB XFX HD6870 - £135 CPU Cooler: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro - £16 Disk Drive: Samsung WriteMaster - £13.79 WiFi: Edimax EW-7722ln - £20.33 Everything barring the mobo (from Overclockers) and PSU (from Amazon) are from Scan, Scansure takes the total cost to just above £650. I've already got a monitor and Windows 7, so it's just the tower I need Have I specced myself a decent machine? I know the Thermaltake SP-530PCWEU was recommended in the mag and would give me a bit more power, but I wanted a modular PSU (I'm a bit of a neat freak haha), would that give me enough power? And does anyone know the difference between the Asus P8P67-M and the P8P67-M Pro? The pro is £15 more on Overclockers, but the only difference I can see is the Pro does away with the legacy PCI slot in favour of all PCI-E slots. Thanks in advance!