I want to have some options on what i should buy to build a smaller PC. Im currently using an AMD 8350 and a gigabyte 7850 base PC with a Phantom410 case and i feel like its really heavy and since im a university student, i will be moving a lot often so i wouldn't mind changing an entire build to Intel. I'm hoping i can get a bit finix prodigy case but if there's a better solution to that, i would love to hear from you guys! What would you guys recommend me to get? CPU? MB? GPU? Crossfire or SLI, PSU etc...
well a mini itx system would be the best solution for you, with a bitfernix prodigi case i personaly realy like, but then you have to go with intel. i also don´t know what you doing at school, but if you use it for some heavy stuf, then an i7 is recommended.
So first question what is your budget? maybe you can sell your current rig, to make more money into a new mini itx build.
i guess you allready have some parts laying arround like storage and psu? if so which psu do you have?
i selected a few parts: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/1rTNu
i think you can use your ram, psu and storage from your current build, i dont know which cpu cooler you have. maybe you can also use that one.
if you prefer a better overclockable mobo, you could also take the Asus Maximus VI Impact but its alot more expensive arround 200 pounds. for a gpu i choosed for a msi 7970 TF its for 291 pounds on sale, and you get 3 free games. its a littlebit cheaper then a GTX770, but those cards performing allmost equal. and with those free games, its ofc a better deal, in my oppinion. also maybe interessting could be the Msi 7950 OC edition card which is on scan on a rediculous sale of 185 pounds with 3 free games. thats something to look at!!