Cooler Master HAF 922 Mid-tower
- $100 USD, I have this case, its got a fuck ton of room and is huge for a mid tower and it has all the ventilation and such you need.ASUS Republic Of Gamers Crosshair V Formula AM3+
- $209.99 USD, This is one step down from my mine and is the AMD counter part (I have the Rampage III extreme). These ROG boards are in my opinion the absolute best, they have visual read outs on the board it self to help you trouble shoot issues with your PC, and they have multiple fail safes to protect your PC components.Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB
- $59.99 USD, you save yourself about 30-40 from the caviar black. Avoid the caviar green as they arent as good as the blue or black, it is the cheapest "Green" alternative. The only difference from the black and blue is I believe 8MB in cache difference which makes 0% noticeable difference.AMD 1100T Thuban X6
- $189.99 USD. (If your looking to cut costs, just get the 1090T, same thing pretty much, but a bit cheaper)
MEMORY: Get G.Skill memory. Why? Its cheap and kicks fucking ass. You can get 8GB dual channel 1333 for as low as $36 on sale, and 12gb 1600MHz for $87. pick what you want and add it to the rest of this.
Video card: My honest opinion - The next gen of cards is coming out in the next 6-8 months, get something cheap that will do the trick for now, and pick up one of the new series when they come out.Coolermaster Silentpro Modular 1000W PSU
$197.99 USD, its dead quiet, and powers everything you can throw at it. And its cheaper than a corsair, I was hesitant to buy this PSU at first but its been one of my best decisions when I built my PC. You can usually get these on sale too for anywhere between $15-30 off.Coolermaster 200MM Red LED fan
-$17, If you go with the 922, this will fit on the side vent perfectly, cooling the mobo and GFX card. And it looks sexy :3 at night.
In total for just the parts I have listed with price your at : $777.96 USD which comes out to $574.16 EUR rounded off to the nearest cent. Add about well say $60 in memory, and $300 for a decent video card to tide you over. your looking at $1137.96 USD - 839.902 EUR total. I couldnt find a store online for Europe so I had to use new egg but at least with this you get a general idea. I would avoid an SSD for now and i left out the OS because I dont know if you want to run linux or W7 32/64. 64 bit OEM version of W7 pro is only like $100 here so probably 80 Euros.