Hello folks. So I'm putting together a new PC. I've set myself a budget of £600 and could possibly stretch this to £700. Now, the situation is I'll have another £200 to spend in January so my options are go onboard until Jan and then add a GPU or put in a cheap CPU now and replace that in Jan. Currently I've got for the cheapo CPU option. So here's the current basket. Notes: CPU: So, the option here is to basically ditch the GPU until Jan and stick in a 3570k plus a cooler. Honestly not sure what to do here, just don't have the budget to get them both. GPU: I was considering a 660ti, however looking at the AnandTech comparison, I personally do not feel it's worth the extra £60. I'm absolutely confident of this and it doesn't feel like a compromise as the 660 will more than cover my useage. I'm not a huge gamer. So if there's something better for around the £160 mark let's hear it. SSD: This could be changed, M4 or 830/40 perhaps? There's a bit of room in the budget here for this. PSU: No idea about these anymore... suggestions? Keyboard/Mouse: These will be upgraded when budget allows. Case: I know it's not great, I just really really like it... I could go up to say, £70 here if need be but I really really like that case! So that's it. I'd be happy to listen to tweaks or even full on different builds. Opinions very much sought after! Cheers very much. Ash EDIT: The CPU first option works out at about £600 (with a £25 budget for some kind of cooler) so I could do that and pick up a 460 off of the MP or stick in a 7750 or something for the time being. Also, HDD is sorted.