UPDATE: Well my parents said (Since all of this together would cost about 1200 Euros, that I should try make it cheaper, by for example going with an i5 instead of i7) With an i5 (For example i5-750) can I still go for good quality games? It says that it has 2.66 GHz with a Max Turbo Frequency of 3.20 GHz... but what is a Max Turbo Frequency? Is it that it usually runs at 2.66 GHz but when I take a program/several programs that (need to) run anything up to 3.20 GHz that it can do that as well? If yes, then for how long can it stay at 3.20 GHz? Anyway changing the CPU, I will also need to change the Motherboard, as the i5 socket doesn't fit into the Motherboard I chose. I wish my parents would let me keep what I already have, but oh well =( I guess the i5 is all that I'll ever need, and it's not like this is the only computer I'll be able to build in a lifetime. AwesomeTech *EDIT* Well since the i5-750 is the minimum I'd get, and it's much worse than the i7-950, I will probably be able to convince my parents to let me go for the i7-950 because it's only 50 Euros more.