Right my first post. Several Questions i'd like to ask all you "sweaty nerds" as someone put it on another thread. Looking to build me first pc. Have got a budget of approximately £750. Obviously i'd like to spend less, but can always spend a little more if it would make a reasonable difference. Firstly, I have not a clue when it comes to overclocking anything and a I don't think im ready to try it at the moment. Such a Pussy! Main uses for it will be. Games, thats probably the main use actually, all sorts of games (DOOM3, HL2, FarCry, FEAR e.t.c), also will be used for playing all my music, not films. Also will be used for video editing of video camera footage and burning e.t.c. I am unsure whether to start from scratch or just upgrade main components, CPU/MOTHERBOARD/GRAPHICS CARD/PSU and possibly RAM. My soundcard, dvd re-writer and hard disk are ok. Although if a new hard disk would help i am willing to add that too the list becaue i will use all the bits and pieces from 2 other computers to build a low spec pc for my brother or something and the only thing im missing is a hard disk. So I can upgrade mine and stick my old one in there. I suppose basically i need a whole system not including DVD re-writer, sound card, monitor and any accesories, keyboard mouse e.t.c. I wouldn't mind a new case and i saw the "Antec Super LANBOY Aluminum Super Mini Tower Case - No PSU". Which seemed to be a good choice. I did look into it a bit and first decided on the AMD 64 X2 4400+, but then read that single core processors can be better for games and looked at the AMD 64 3700 San Diego, which is considerably cheaper and allows me too spend more on other parts. I don't know whether the extra cost is worth is or there is any other options which are better. I was looking at Buying to Graphics cards to run in SLi, but then decided maybe i'd just get 1 7900GTX at the moment and then maybe purchase a second in a month or so. Any advice would be much appreciated spent hours trying to research all the different parts and trying to weigh up the price difference with the performance differences, but not knowing the real difference in performance this is rather difficult. Anyway hope this is enough information. Just ask if I missed anything. Looking to buy in the next couple of weeks. Have looked at several sites and components vary slightly in price but generally OC has come up cheapest overall.