I'm building a computer that's going to be mainly for gaming. My budget is about $750 (USD) for these components (I'd like to stay at or under). Other things aren't included as I've already got that picked out. So yes, I need: Motherboard CPU Memory Graphics card For memory I'd like to have 4 gigs. And I'd say I want to stick with Intel and Nvidia, but honestly if something is going to be a better bang for my buck (or offer better upgrades in the future), I'd be all for it. Also, with my graphics card, I'd like to get something pretty high-end. The cards I had in mind currently run around $250 on Newegg. I would drop names, but that would almost be unneeded. Also, I need at least 2 PCI-E ports on the motherboard. I want to use my old graphics card for physics processing just for the hell of it. Also leaves open the possibility for SLI. I haven't kept track of the hardware scene while at school, so I would really love some help. So far I've looked at the i5's, as I hear the i7's are unnecessary for what I need a CPU for. Thanks in advance!