I'm upgrading one of my main rigs from its tired old Q6600 and HD5850 to something a bit more current and able on a budget of £1,500 so a decent bit of room to play around. I currently game on a single U2410 and use a second one when I code, but am thinking of up-scaling to a 27" around Summer for the gaming monitor. Anyone care to look over the parts and see if there's anything that stand out which need to be changed. Part list: Case: NZXT Switch 810 Gunmetal MB: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD4H CPU: Intel i5 3570k Cooler: CM Hyper 212 EVO RAM: 8GB Dominator Platinum OS/Primary: 256GB Samsung 840 Pro SSD Storage: WD Green 2TB GPU: EVGA 670 2GB Cheesecake Sig2 PSU: AX760 Keyboard: CM Storm Trigger Mouse: RAT 5 White http://www.scan.co.uk/savedbasket/f28dad6584644532a4379467df7324b6 My budget is somewhat lenient depending on how well I can convince my other half, I'd say £1,700 is probably the upper boundary though. There's no sound card on the list as I have a Xonar STX already. The only parts that I definitely don't want to change are the case, mouse and keyboard as I have a small modding project in mind for them. The 212 EVO is also likely to be a temporary fix to play with some minor overclocks until it gets swapped out for a H220 when they become more available. Aiming to buy the parts in the middle of the month. Anything major stand out that might be worth switching for another part?