Okay, I made a list of components I'd like to create a computer out of. I already do have a case (Coolermaster Stacker, not sure which one exactly) and storage(Samsung EVO 250GB SSD, Intel 120GB SSD and 2x 500GB HDD). Here's the rest: CPU: Intel i5 7600K - price should be more or less the same as 6600K, about $280 Cooler: Noctua NH D15 - about $110 MBO: Some overclocker friendly Z270 MBO - about $160 GPU: MSI GTX1070 Gaming X - about $570 RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8GB DDR4@3466MHz - about $150 (which is a great price for such fast RAM) PSU: Corsair RM650X 650W - about $120 (note that 550W unit is $105 - it seems stupid to take that one) Those are Croatian prices recalculated into dollars. P.S. What thermal paste do you recommend? As long as it's not that liquid metal thing, or the one that needs burning in, I'll take the best one. At least the best one I can get my hand on here. Also, I have Antec Truepower (or was it Tripower?) 550W PSU, but since it's an average 8-year old unit, I think replacement is in order, especially for overclocking purposes. I do intend to overclock - not crazy over the top overclock - but something that will give me a boost without shortening the lifespan of the components significantly. I do not intend to do SLI on this machine, so 650W should do just fine. Are my investment ratios sane? Am I sinking too much money into something and not enough into something else? I'm aiming for a lower high-end computer (i5 with 1070). Any suggestions, improvements?