Hello, Recently put together a build and I thought I’d share it with you all. I was aiming for a mid-high gaming rig that would play new titles comfortably at 1920x1080, averaging a minimum of 60fps+. I allocated a budget of £950 for the core components (also includes OS) and a further £200 for peripherals. I purchased all of the components from Scan and the total build cost for the components came to £940.21 whilst the extras came to around £178.68 for a total build cost of £1118.89. The build is as listed: CPU: AMD FX-6350 6-Core @ 3.9GHz Motherboard - Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 AM3+ RAM - Corsair Vengeance Low Profile 8GB DDR3 1600MHz CPU Cooler - Be Quite! Shadow Rock Top Flow SR1 PSU - Corsair RM650 (650w) Gold HDD - 1TB WD Caviar Black 7200rpm SSD - 128GB SanDisk Pulse Case - Corsair Carbide Air 540 (black) GPU - 2GB MSI R9 270X Gaming OC Edition Extra: 23" Asus VS239HR LED IPS Monitor Corsair K30 Backlit Gaming Keyboard Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit (OEM) I have some images (although not the best quality) and some idle temperature readings alongside some gaming benchmarks. Couple things however; the cooler which I'd purchased was before deciding to switch to the Carbide Air 540, the room inside the case is enormous and I could have selected a much better cooler if I'd known. I do plan on replacing the Shadow Rock sometime(before summer) to water cooled solution, likely the Corsair H100i. Before the images, is there anything you would have changed? Would be great to know your thoughts on the build and opinions the components. Now, to the images: General Images: Temperatures: I'll update more soon. Overall, I'm really happy with the build. I've benchmarked some games and everyone has reached a minimum of 60fps maxed at 1920x1080. I'll screenshot some numbers with MSI Afterburner and update the images section.