{UPDATED} Pc part list. Yes or No? Help

Hey guys, im back with my updated gaming pc rig, i took in everyone comments and made a lot of adjustments. Tell me if its any better. Btw here is link to my OLD part list:http://teksyndicate.com/forum/build-pc/custom-pc-part-list-go-or-no-please-help/124444


Anyways, Lets start.


MotherBoard : Asrock Z77 Extreme 4 ~145$$




CPU: Intel Core i5-2500K processor 219$




Cooling : Cooler Master Hyper N520 ~37$




Ram: 8GB G.Skill Sniper Series. Model- F3-10666CL9D-8GBSR (4Gx2) 36$




SSD: 60b OCZ Agility 3. Sata 3 ~105$$




HDD: WD Caviar Blue 1TB ~85$$





GPU: Visiontek Radeon HD 7850




PSU: Antec Earthwatts EA-650 ATX power supply 70$



Case : Cooler Master Elite 430 Back ~45



It looks good to me!

I would go with a different PSU and SSD.

Get a PSU from one of these brands: Corsair, Seasonic, Silverstone, Enermax, XFX, Thermaltake, or Cooler Master.

I would recommend getting this SSD instead:


OCZ's Agility series SSD's are pretty crappy. The Crucial M4 is a beast when it comes to both speed and reliability. Just remember to update its firmware.

Thanks, will look into a new PSU and will probably use that ssd

Nothing wrong with OCZ agilitys for the price. Update the firmware, and they are mildly slower. 

+1 for Cruicial M4, it is on sale for less than that OCZ and has 128GB

But why pay the same amount of money or more for something that is of less quality?

I just noticed that the link the post changed to an OCZ Vertex 3, which is probably still one of the best SSDs out there. I'm not 100 percent sure, but I think the Curcial M4 still beats it as long as you update the firmware though.

OCZ agility has pretty slow read/write and alledgedly gets subsantially worse after the first write cycle. Vortex, m4 or samsung are good options. the way i see it... if you want the benefits of an SSD then its worth buying a damn fast one! thats the main point of SSD... speed! I would buy a smaller capacity SSD now. and a save for a high capacity purchase in a year or so. 

Samsung designs and manufactures its own NAND, Controller, and DRAM Cache components. This doesn't seem to be the case with most other SSDs, resulting in reliablility  / compatability issues.

Samsung 128gig Sata III, also plenty of reviews of verified owners to be read as well.