Hi there, I'm not good with computah.
Is my build ok?
Intel Core i7-4790 in-a-Box
ASRock H97 Anniversary, Sockel 1150, ATX
8GB-Kit Crucial Ballistix Sport Series DDR3-1600, CL9
Corsair Carbide Series 200R, ATX
Xilence XP600 Performance C, 600 Watt
MSI GTX 970 4GD5T OC, GeForce GTX 970, 4GB GDDR5, 2x DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort
Seagate Barracuda 7200 1000GB, SATA 6Gb/s
Samsung SH-224FB/BEBE DVD-RW
Samsung Monitor S24D300H
Just some things I would consider:
>Intel Core i7-4790 in-a-Box
excessive if this is just/mostly for gaming
>ASRock H97 Anniversary
would only buy if it's less than the normal edition
>8GB-Kit Crucial Ballistix Sport Series DDR3-1600, CL
better to buy the one without covers, also kingston memory is god tier.
>Corsair Carbide Series 200
>Xilence XP600 Performance C, 600 Watt
Never heard of this brand but if it's 80+bronze it's okay. Also your going to need at least 650 watt since your using a factory oc gpu, also to allow enough room for more upgrades. 700 watt would be safer.
>MSI GTX 970 4GD5T OC
>Seagate Barracuda 7200 1TB
Great, you may want to consider an ssd too for some of your main files to be on.
>Samsung SH-224FB/BEBE DVD-RW
Nice, it's a dvd-rw that works.
>Samsung Monitor S24D300H
This is a personal preference, It's a good HD monitor though.
I have my OS on a 64gb SSD (leftover from a lecacy project), a 512gb SSD for high performance games and a 2TB Sata for other shit.
I highly recommend having a dedicated SSD for your OS.
My specs are attached (go ahead, ask me about the 750ti).
That's a lot better. Getting just an ssd is not worth it terms of value. Best to just get a hdd size you need, 1tb minimum and 2gb + for longevity. 240GB ssd should be more than enough since you should only be storing frequently used content on it.