Originally Posted by fateswarm
Judge my whole setup to buy:
G.Skill RipjawsZ F3-2400C10D-8GZH
INTEL CORE CPU i7-4770K
Gigabyte GeForce GTX770 2GB WindForce 3X OC
Samsung 128GB 840 Pro
Corsair AX Series AX860 80Plus Platinum
Corsair Graphite Series 600T
Be relentless on any stupid thing you might see. I will take it.
Looks nice except, I'd drop the 4770k for a 4670k if it's just for gaming. Then I would drop the 840 pro for a Sandisk Extreme, same speed less money. The AXSeries is also unnecessary for single card, even SLI, still unnecessary. Go with a Rosewill Capstone 550-M or 650-M if you are going SLI. Lastly with how much the D14 costs, might as well go with AIO. Corsair H110, NZXT Kraken X60, or Swiftech H220 will make the D14 look like stock heatsink. Especially with Haswell. AIO coolers are easier to install, easier to maintain, easier to remove, they offer lower temps and lastly cost about as much as an expensive high end heatsink.
Besides that looks nice. Also, don't listen to the "over 1600MHz memory useless" nonsense. Memory is so inexpensive now, it would be pointless to buy anything slower when the price differences are so minimal. Not to mention, a member on here did a test that high frequency memory does increase framerates. Also, daily day to day system tasks do seem snappier and speeds seem improved. I went from 1600 to 1866 to 2133. I felt the difference between all three speeds.