I literally just decided to do an update to my existing setup, and want to replace my i5-4670 with a new i7, I know it's still a good chip but it isn't doing everything I need it to anymore for both gaming and encoding, and it's time for an upgrade. I noticed they're due to release the new 8-series chips tomorrow, but because my last build was about 4 years ago I don't know what's really changed since then, and none of the retail sites have anything listed yet before the release. Nor will they disclose any information whatsoever when I asked. I'm looking to get the new i7-8700K, with a new motherboard and RAM. It'll simply replace my existing board - I'll keep the current case, hard drives, and GTX 980 for now.. So, questions are: Am I right in saying the board to accompany the CPU would be a Z370? Is there anything to look out for when choosing one? My current 650W Antec PSU is nearly 10 years old now; I've had some small issues which may or may not be PSU related but I'm thinking of replacing it anyway. Any suggestions for which brand and wattage to go for? Would a 650W Corsair do the job? Or should I go higher? I'm not looking to SLi anytime in the near future, it'll just be the i7-8700K and the GTX 980 being the main draws. Is anyone actually looking forward to the new Intel CPUs, or is everyone's focus still on Ryzen? While I'd much rather just stick with Intel at this point, it's really not about squeezing out every frame-per-Pound, am I really an idiot for not choosing Ryzen instead? Thanks in advance guys!