A few questions

Hey there, it's me again! I have a couple of what I believe will be final questions.

1) First of all, the case. I don't know what case to get! First of all, I was going with the Rosewill Galaxy 03 (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147185) Its a real shame its only available from America, as I LOVED the aesthetics. I want the PC relatively soon, so I'm not sure if the shipping times would be nice enough for me. So I looked for another case with similar aesthetics and Found this (http://www.cclonline.com/product/103949/RC-430-KWN1/Cases/Cooler-Master-Elite-430-Black-ATX/MicroATX-Full-Tower-Case/CAS0782/?siteID=8BacdVP0GFs-B.yAWUvuL0k0l5ZgRR91gA) Typically, sthe reviews were damning in every aspect but the aesthetics.

Can someone find a case that looks something like those 2? Has to be under £45. 

2) Secondly, this effectively my final build, bar the case. http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/2awJJ

Now, this PC will be uses primarily for gaming, and I heard That the FX3600 is better for gaming than the 8320. However, I have the extra money, so I don't see why I shouldn't go for the 8320. I'm pretty sure they consider the 3600 better due to over clocking, which I am a complete newbie to PC so I don't know how to do. If over clocking is super super simple, I could scrap the 8320, pick up the 3600, scrap the MSI 7750 (Pre Overclocked) and get myself a R9280x.


3) How much can you sell used parts for? I'm sure Ill be ablue to upgrade GPU or something else in a few months, so what % could I get of its original price if in perfect condition except, obviously, being used?

4) As stated before, is overcloclocking simple? I don't want a No but I'll link you to this 30 minute guide) just say yes or no, then justify.

1.  Not the best with good looking cases.  Sorry :/

2. FX-8320 is better for gaming, and will last a lot longer than the FX-6300.  Dunno where you heard that the FX-6300 is better than the FX-8320 for gaming...

I posted on your other thread:

Psst!  Fx-6300.

That motherboard is great, especially for the FX-6300.

The FX-8350/8320 is better for gaming.  I have no idea where you decided that the FX-6300 is better.  However, if you want to overclock the FX-8350, you might have to get a slightly better motherboard, like http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/part/asus-motherboard-m5a99xevor20

You can overclock HD 7950s really high, as they've been pretty much underclocked at stock speeds.  Even an HD 7870 can match a 7950 at stock speeds.  If you overclock an HD 7950, you can get pretty close to an HD 7970/R9 280X

3. Not a whole lot.  Depends what parts, really.

4. Well, it's not that black and white type of deal.  I would say that in general, no.  It really depends on the type of oc you're looking for.

If you want just a couple of extra .# ghz, that can be done pretty easily.  Anything that doesn't require messing around with voltage should be easy.

If you want to see how far you can push your CPU, that's a bit harder.

My favorite ATX case ATM is the Fractal Design Define XL R2, its gonna run you 29 GBP over your budget. The NZXT Source 220 is also a nice ATX case in your budget, it would run you about 30 GBP and would look very nice with some LED fans in the front. Both of these cases aren't as fancy as what you're looking for, but you would be pleased.