38 months ago
I'm a first time builder and I've done plenty of research, I'm looking to build a gaming PC that not only performs well, but is also aesthetically pleasing, I have no intention of video editing/streaming. I know I have overkill on the cpu and power supply, but I want to make my PC as future proof as possible, whereby I only ever need to change out the graphics card and possibly add RAM so I've gone for quality components. the Rx 480, or possibly gtx 1060 will be a temporary solution, my eventual aim is to be playing AAA games at 4K 60fps (so a motherboard with DisplayPort is needed), I'm hoping that will be in about a years time. (Which is why I have the powerful processer and mega power supply).
Is there anywhere where I can improve on my part list, this is about my budget at the moment. I'll also be adding extra case fans and a hue+ sometime after I build it. Thanks.
P.S. Would I be able to save money and not buy the temporary graphics card? Can Intel HD 530 integrated graphics run games like witcher 3 if I have settings at 720p and low graphics?