Hi guys, So here I am again for a new build, aimed 90% at gaming - mainly modern FPSs (BF3/4,COD,ARMA and others) with some websufring with often 30+ tabs open. Here is the build I am considering after some thorough research, and my questions to you guys: Display DELL U2412M or HPZR24W Good IPS displays I had overseas and will most likely buy one of these two again. Used if I can. Definitely want a 1920*1200 resolution. CPU 3.4GHz Intel Core i5-4670K Motherboard MSI Z87-G45 Gaming 1) This mobo looks good, and while I am looking for good quality with OCing capability, all I really need is : 4 RAM slots, 1 PCI-E 3 (do not care for SLI), 1GB LAN, stereo audio, 2x6Gbps SATA for future SSD use. Is there a cheaper yet decent option someone can recommend ? Memory 8GB DDR3 2) Looking at a recent article from anandtech.com, I can see them highlight that DDR3-1866 or even DDR3-2133 memory do provide some improved performance. And after looking into the pricing, over here in France: - G.Skill Extreme3 2 x 4 Go PC17000 2133 Mhz Ripjaws X CAS9 1,5V only costs 4 euros more than - G.Skill Extreme3 2 x 4 Go PC12800 1600 Mhz ARES CAS9 1,5V The only thing I am worried about is some comments I read about stability issues with the higher clocked memory. Is this really the case ? Or will I be OK as long as my chosen mobo supports the selected frequency ? Graphics Card MSI GeForce GTX 770 OC - 2 Go (N770 TF 2GD5/OC) 1098 MHz, PCI-Express 16x, 2048 Mo, 7010 MHz 340 euros on offer. PSU ThermalTake SP-530PCWEU 3) Will this bit tech recommended PSU - for the GTX 760 build - suffice ? I can go without a modular option to save some cash, but would prefer a quiet option. What's your input ? CPU Cooler (UK) SilverStone Argon AR01 4) Cannot get this cooler in France for some reason ! Any quiet yet decent recommendation for my Hasweel i5 with minor OCing ? Case Fractal Design Define R4 5) Love these cases, well built and quiet. Will the supplied fans suffice with my setup though ? Optical drive SATA DVD-RW Storage (HDD) 1TB SATA 3Gbps Appreciate your input.