So this is my attempt to build a gaming computer that I'd actually want to upgrade over the future. Future proofing? What do you think? $320 - CPU: i7-3770K (the K merely because it seems to overclock the best, is it worth the extra $30?) $290 - Video Card: GTX 660 Ti 2GB (Is the Ti really worth the extra $50, I do plan on getting 1 or 2 more in the future.. Depending on where I'm slacking for future games). $200 - Motherboard: EVGA Z77 FTW 151-IB-E699-KR (Whatcha think? Plenty of PCI E 3.0 slots.. Seems very cheap for what if offers). $85 - Memory: Crucial Ballistix 2 x 8GB DDR3 1600 Cas 8 (Could get piratically the same memory for $15 less with a higher CAS Rating.. I don't want 4GIG sticks, again going on about future proofing) $165 - Power Supply: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817159123&name=Power-Supplies (Only that many watts so I'd have more then enough power for as many video cards as my heart desires ) $100 - Case: Idk, that'd roughly be the price of it though. There's a few contenders.. I don't need a harddrive, plan on just using the one I have and then getting SSD's in maybe 2 years when they become bigger/cheaper. I also am just going to use the same optical drive. Again, Plan on getting a few more video cards in the future. Ti worth the extra bucks knowing this? More ram may be a possibility as well... Not anytime soon though. Overclocking would be a must in the future, that motherboard seems to be good with it, there are a few others I was considering around the same price.. The GA-Z77X-UD5H or the MSI Z77 MPOWER are also on the list. I plan on upgrading this thing until the CPU is where the bottleneck lies... Once that things trash, that's when I'll get the new computer (hopefully after 6+ years lol) Any changes? A-okay? I'm open to opinion. I didn't wanna spend more then $1,000, sorta a little off from my price so far.. (around $1,160) I'm more then willing to spend the extra bucks as long as its not overkill/wasteful yadayada. Thanks!