Okay, I think I will just stick with the one GTX 460 then.
You have also persuaded me to spend more money and stay with the 2500K as if I do get involed in gaming then I am now I will most likely overclock it and from what I hear it overclocks extremely well.
Still about confused about which motherboard to go for, I have narrowed it down to the P8P67 but don't know which version to go for, there is the standard version, pro and deluxe and apart from the 1928 Marvell controller you mentioned earlier on the deluxe, I can't see a difference between them.
If your sticking to one card then the evo will be fine if your budget is limited. The difference between different mobos is in the amount of usb, sata, fan and pci-e ports. Better mobos also have better capacitors which allow for higher overclocks and better chipset cooling.
But I build PC's now instead of 'Airfix' LOL
Quote of the day.
Trying to get 92mm Gentle Typhoons is a nightmare at the moment. I've looked up the ratings for the fans you get bundled with the Noctua cooler, and they seem to get decent reviews as standalone items. I might take a gamble on relying on them - what do you think lads?
EVGA GTX 570 is out everywhere as well. Going to be over a fortnight... *sobs*
Nocuta fans are great and if I couldnt get a GT for my cpu cooler then I would be happy using a noctua fan as they are silent running and push a decent amount of air. The difference between the noctua and GT at full load on an overclocked rig at the same noise levels will only be at a guess 3-4c.