Originally Posted by grmnasasin0227
That build will suit you fine, the only thing that's viable to go out of style first are your GPU's but that's to be expected. If you ever drastically upgrade your GPU beyond that in the future, be prepared for another PSU, though. OC the piss out of that 8200, get it over 3.0 (at least shoot for a 1GHz increase), and you'll be in business. The mainboard will last for several years, as will the RAM if you get it over 1000MHz.
EDIT: No, the rails on that PSU are what's going to save you, your CF shouldn't stutter a bit. It's when people get tons of watts and no amps that it causes problems
Alrigh, well thanks for the help, and with some talk with my parents and financial needs, this might not happen
There is still a chance, though through financial needs for school, it might take me another year or so until it'll be safe to get a decent upgrade for the PC. Thanks for the help though guys, definitely learned a thing.
Maybe downgrading this thing to the old motherboard, maybe that one form Biostar, a simple HD 4850, a T7200, a weaker PSU, and 2GB of ram for just under 500? Might be able to pull that one off, or in the long run, would just waiting to settle in university and get the parts then? Maybe even these parts as the price is destined to drop? Or would a weaker system just do the trick for now? :\\
Sorry guys for running in 2 different directions.... Thanks again for the help!