After being interested in building a computer and finding this website since about october I have done lots of research and lots of waiting for Sandybridge (and then for it to be fixed) I have pretty much decided on a build. Here we go: Budget: around £800 Main uses of intended build: Some gaming (up to 1080p?), video editing as well as general use for everday tasks Parts required: All but at the moment I will stick with my current monitor, keyboard and mouse Previous build information (list details of parts): An old computer from about 2002. Not too sure on the specs but pentium 4 processor with 1gb of ram and is getting really slow Monitor resolution: I am planning to get a 1080p capable monitor that is about 22" but i need to do more research into this Storage requirements: 1tb internal but will most likely be getting a second 1tb F3 drive and hopefully putting it in an external case with eSATA capability (although I'm not too sure about how to do this) Will you be overclocking: yes (hopefully at some point) Any motherboard requirements (no. of USB, Xfire/SLI, fan headers): I am looking at getting the P8P67 pro and I would like to know how to connect the eSATA ports on the front of a computer case (i will most likely be getting the xigmatek utgard). Do the internal SATA headers connect to the eSATA port? and also there are 4 usb 2.0 ports on the front of this case but 3xUSB 2.0 headers and 1xUSB 3.0 header on the motherboard. Can you connect the 3.0 header to the 2.0 port? if not does this mean one of the ports will be useless with this motherboard? Extra information about desired system: I would like it to be pretty quiet. Here is what i have come up with on scan: Will this all fit together fine? Will i need to purchase any extra cables or other things to get the computer up and running? I need answers today because a lot of the stuff is on Today Only deals with scan and there is quite a big saving compared to the normal prices of the items. Thanks!