Hello guys, first of all, I really know this build is overkill, so don't loose your time letting me know this like people did on other foruns
I have been wanting to do this for a lot of years right now, but I never had the job/money that allowed me to do this until now.
Actual Computer: CPU - Intel C2D E8400 @ 3.00GHz Board - Asus P5QL-PRO RAM - 4 GB Corsair Dominator DDR2 Graphics - Asus GTX 670 Case - NZXT Phantom (First edition) Cooler - Raijintek Themis Storage - SSD Samsung 840 Pro 256Gb + 3.5TB other mechanical HD
New Computer: CPU - Intel i7-5830k Board - Asus x99-E WS RAM - Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB Kit (For now I had to go with this kit, I wanted to go for blue RAMS but had to got this in RED because the difference in price was more than 100€ just because of different color)) Gráfica - GTX670 (I will keep this for now until the new generation comes out and we see what the new APIs will do) Caixa - Phanteks Enthoo Primo (Black and White with White Leds) Cooler - Raijintek Themis (I will keep this too until I decide what to do, go for watercooling custom/AIO/air cooling)) Storage - SSD Samsung 840 Pro 256Gb + 3.5TB Other Mechanical HD (I will keep this until I upgrade to a Bigger SSD and to a unique and bigger Mechanical HD)
Here you can see some of the boxes that came, the case box is out of the picture because it was HUGEEEE.
The CPU already on It's right place
And then problems start I assembled 3 of the RAMs just fine and when I get to the last I notice the RAM is just not right when I lay it in the slot, and I take it out and guess my surprise when I see the slot is broken :'(
Here you can see the little plastic that was broken, if you look at the first picture of the RAMs you can notice the slot is broken
With the little plastic the RAM still goes in place but doesn't stick there I just tried to mount everything to see if everything works and I get no more problems.
In this two you can see everything assembled for the short time I got to see everything working fine and find what I got to do next.
After this I had to disassemble it and go back to my old hardware, I contacted the shop caseking.de for the warranty and basically they told oh yeah you can send it back but it's probably on you this problem :'( I still send it back and i'm now praying for a little bit of luck :'(
I found to that my PSU was not enough for this build and i'm now in the process of buying a new one, probably a Coolermaster v1200 or a Seasonic P 1200W.
And I'm thinking to about the cooler for this machine, I don't know if I want to go for the custom loop and have the work and pay the huge amount of money it costs or go with a Coolermaster 240M, or with air cooling.