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Help me get a better gaming computer!

I've had my computer for about 4 years now, and i believe it's time to change a couple of parts. Not because the performance is terrible, but rather that I dont want to get stuck with outdated computer parts and I wish to increase the performance futher. I mostly play games like Csgo, Rainbow Six Siege, and so on, but sometimes games that require better specs. Which parts should I switch out, and why to for example get better fps.
Is there a reason why i dont get more than 300 fps with these specs on csgo?
Here are my specs.
CPU:
Intel, (Kabylake) Core i7, (7700K)
Corsair H80, (Hydro + 1 120mm Corsair fan)
Cores 4, 8 threads
4.2 GHz, (Turbo 4.5 GHz), 8MB Cache)
Graphics card:
Nvidia
2 GeForce GTX 1080
8 GB, (GDDR5X)
Memory
internal memory: 32 GB, (2x16GB)
Type: DDR4 2400Mhz, (Corsair VENGEANCE LPX 2400MHz)
Free memory sites: 2, max memory size 64 GB
Storage:
Primary storage device: 500 GB, (SSD Samsung 960 EVO)
Secondary storage device: 4 000 GBConnection: M.2, PCIe Gen3 x4 & SATA 6.0 Gbit/s
Measurements:
Width: 230 mm
Depth: 496 mm
Height: 480 mm
Weight: 17 kg
Other:
Optical unit: (DVD±RW (+R Dual Layer))
Motherboard: MSI Z270A S02 INET GAMING EDITION, (SLI-supported)
Sound card: (Realtek ALC1150 7.1)
Memory card reader: No
Chassis: Taurus HAF Miditower
Installed fans: 1 200mm (infront) with adjustable red LED lighting + 1st 120mm in the back
Power supply: 1000W
Operating system: Windows 10, (64-bit))
Benchmarks
3DMark Time Spy: 11 279 points
3DMark Firestrike: 24 966 points
3DMark 11: 27 197 points
submitted by Olle1827 to gaming

[Build Complete] First time gaming build complete, thanks everyone! Some pics, thoughts, and post-build questions.

Purpose of this rig: A quiet and low-key gaming rig. My budget was originally $1,000. It's been about 8 years since I've had a desktop so it's safe to say I've been out of the loop for a while as far being knowledgeable about the current specs. Luckily, I had this super helpful forum here in buildapc to take a lot of the guesswork out. I was in somewhat of a hurry to buy the parts because my primary computer (a laptop) had just died, so I didn't necessarily have the time to shop around for the best deals but overall I think I did ok.
Warning: Wall of Text below but now that I've had about 2 weeks to tinker with everything I hope my questions and comments are helpful to others out there.
Purchase date: 12/9/13 Build date: 12/14/13
Part Selection
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks
Type Item Price
CPU Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor $219.99 @ Amazon
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD3H ATX LGA1150 Motherboard $130.99 @ Newegg
Memory G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory $46.74 @ Newegg
Storage Samsung 840 EVO 250GB 2.5" Solid State Disk $169.00 @ Amazon
Video Card Gigabyte GeForce GTX 770 2GB Video Card $339.99 @ Newegg
Case Fractal Design Define R4 (Black Pearl) ATX Mid Tower Case $99.99 @ Newegg
Power Supply SeaSonic 620W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply $89.99 @ Amazon
Optical Drive Lite-On iHAS124-04 DVD/CD Writer $17.99 @ Newegg
Operating System Microsoft Windows 8.1 - OEM (64-bit) $96.88 @ Newegg
Keyboard Microsoft SIDEWINDER X4 Wired Gaming Keyboard $39.99 @ Newegg
Total
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available. $1251.55
A few notes about the mobo and cpu:
The CPU: I'm not currently overclocking but it's something I'm interested in doing in the future once I know more about what I'm doing. I was tempted to to get the "Intel Xeon E3-1230 V3 3.3GHz Quad-Core Processor" since it was only about 25 dollars more but I figured the 4670k should be more than enough and I would still like to maybe overclock somewhere down the line. The Motherboard: I was originally going to pick an Asrock Extreme 4 board but they were all sold out at the time. I then was going to get the Gigabyte GA-Z87-HD3 for $130 but I saw newegg was combo-ing the UD3H with my GPU for the same price so I pulled the trigger. The Case: The R4 surprised me by how big it was but I've been really impressed with the build quality. I wanted something on the quieter side so I opted for the window-less version.
Also, I thought I would add that when I purchased parts off Amazon, they were at my doorstep within 48 hours. Newegg's 2-day shipping with shop-runner was sometimes not even shipped for several days after I ordered and then when I ordered, that stuff was sent via ground. Also, it was really hard to talk to someone at Newegg as the wait times for chat and live call were usually at least 45 minutes. I think I was spoiled from Amazon but I was a little disappointed with Newegg's service even if they beat Amazon on the prices for some parts.
Assembly & Pics
I tried to watch a lot of videos and tutorials that were posted here and elsewhere. The guy who made this video was a lifesaver because he made a build with my case so I can see how he connected everything. The newegg building videos linked on the sidebar and the product overview videos that newegg has were also really helpful.
The first problem I encountered during the build, was that the fan cables on the stock cpu cooler were really long. You may have noticed from the pics that I kinda had to wrap the fan wires in an unusual way but this was the only route I could come up with where there wasn't an excess of cables that could hit the cpu fan. The wire holders on the stock intel CPU cooler seem really poorly design and ill-fitted and when I tried using them it seemed like they routed the wires directly into the path of the fan blade.
After it was assembled, I had a mini panic attack when nothing was displaying on my monitor after it booted. I thought I had accidently hit the reset cmos switch on the motherboard but it turns out I had the monitor hooked up to the motherboard and not the video card. I have no idea why it wouldn't display to the monitor when plugged into the motherboard (maybe someone else knows), but my tv/monitor had to be plugged into the video card.
Benchmarks:
3dmark 11 basic:
  • Cloudgate: 3DMark Score 17452.0 3DMarks Graphics Score 54054.0 Physics Score 5179.0 Graphics Test 1 225.5 fps Graphics Test 2 245.4 fps Physics Test 16.4 fps
  • First strike: 3DMark Score 6968.0 3DMarks Graphics Score 8256.0 Physics Score 7189.0 Combined Score 3146.0 Graphics Test 1 40.0 fps Graphics Test 2 32.6 fps Physics Test 22.8 fps Combined Test 14.6 fps
  • Ice storm: 3DMark Score 160530.0 3DMarks Graphics Score 311722.0 Physics Score 59509.0 Graphics Test 1 1294.2 fps Graphics Test 2 1422.5 fps Physics Test 188.9 fps
  • PCMark Vantage: 23126
Rome Total War 2: Avg FPS on Ultra: 75.3
A Few Questions
  • 1: I kinda liked the idea of doing of buying another 770 in a year or something and doing an SLI-set up. I hadn't planned on this before and my power supply is only 620w. On pcpartpicker when I add another 770, it says the estimated maximum draw will be 628w. Oops. What size power supply should I have gotten? I'd like for it to be able to accommodate an SLI for the 770, plus also cover any overclocking or adding an after-market CPU cooler, or more hard drives. That being said, assuming I had the right power supply, from a price stand-point, if I ever want to upgrade the graphics card, is it more economical to add another 770 or to just replace the 770 with whatever the gpu de jure is at the time? If it's not considered a dick move, a may look into exchanging my current power supply for a bigger one if Amazon will let me exchange it for one.
  • 2: I bought 1866 memory because it was on sale. Is this ram too fast for my Haswell cpu / will it cause any voltage issues?
  • 3: Sometimes, the USB devices (usually my mouse, which is a Logitech MX518) will stop working. This happens every 2-3 days. I'll have to unplug it and plug it back in and it works fine right away. I think this might be a USB 3.0 issue. The motherboard's faq lists some USB 3.0 issues but when I go to install the windows hotfix, I get a message saying "the update is not applicable to your computer." I've since went into the BIOS and set xHCI Mode to Enable. Any suggestions?
  • 4: Is an anti-virus like Avast or AVG really recommended? Will it hog my PC's resources? I've noticed that Microsoft Security essentials isn't available for Windows 8.1
  • 5: I'm regularly downloading torrents onto my SSD and transferring them to an external USB hard drive. Is this stupid?
  • 6: Regarding my motherboard drivers, I didn't download any in the "SATA raid/ahci" category except for the IntelRapidStorage one. I'm not currently using a raid set up. Do I need any of these drivers? Should I remove the rapidstorage one?
  • 7: Would /buildapc mind recommending a reliable wireless adapter for me? I don't know if I'm better off going with a USB one or a PCI one.
  • 8: Aandtech did a really good write-up on the R4 case. I usually keep my case fan on the middle setting, and while they are not loud, they are not as quiet as I'd prefer. If I want my machine to run a little quieter and cooler, am I better off replacing my case fans with quieter ones (if they exist) or adding a CPU cooler like the 212 evo?
  • 9: I downloaded the Gigabyte APP Center with Easy Tune. Do I need to change any of the fan calibration settings or are they ok stock?
  • 10: Would /buildapc mind recommending a easy back-up solution for me. I noticed that my motherboard has something called Gigabyte Recovery, but I didn't know if anyone had any good experiences with that or if I'm better off just copying and pasting my files to another drive. I have about 20 gigs of files in my documents that I need to regularly back up.
  • 11: Cable management. I did what I could but I feel like some of the cases here look so neat and clean and I wouldn't mind trying to emulate that. The area behind my motherboard tray just became so crowded though I didn't know where else to put everything.
A big thanks to everyone here and all off the helpful links and guides in the sidebar! I've never used the pcpartpicker site before either and was really impressed by how helpful it was, especially with the compatibility checker.
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