As my plans for the next few years seem to have fallen through I've decided that I'm going to upgrade my PC instead. Legend Orange - Waiting for AMD's new Zen platform to come out Red - Upgrade ASAP Lime Green - Upgrade in the future, not urgent Current Specs: Hardware AMD 8320 @ 4.5GHz 2 x 8GB DDR3 Kingston HyperX Red 1866Mhz Asus Crosshair V Formula-Z Sapphire Vapor-X AMD 280X Sapphire NITRO Tri-X 390X 8GB Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 XTREME GAMING 8GB Case Coolermaster HAF-X Peripherals Logitech G510 Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum Logitech G502 Logitech G906 Monitors 3 x DGM IPS-2402WDH Storage 1 x 500GB Samsung Evo 850 OS Drive 1 x 500GB Vrap Data Drive 1 x 1TB Samsung F1 (HD103SJ) Data Drive 3 x 2TB Seagate (ST2000DM001-1CH164) Data Drive Graphics Card I'm looking to get a high-end model this time so I've got something that'll last me a long time. Been thinking about the AMD Fury X or Nano. I'd prefer to stick with AMD but I'm open to Nvidia suggestions, I know very little about Nvidia so if you do suggest one can you please put "equivalent to..." whichever model of AMD card. Thanks. Keyboard I've disliked this keyboard since the day I got it, and I've come to hate it. The screen is useless and gets in the way, the extra keys I don't use, and it's keys are starting to stick (yey for membrane). I'm looking at a good quality mechanical keyboard. I've been thinking about the Corsair K70 (Cherry MX Red) or the Logitech G910 (Romer-G). I don't want a compact or tenkeyless, I do use the numpad a lot. I'd like media keys/volume controls, but I'm not really interested in extra features like screens or extra keys, although I'll take a good keyboard if it has a few extra keys, just don't need the "MMO style" keyboards with 37 extra keys lol. Monitors The monitors I have are ok for what I paid for them (all 3 for less than 2 Dell monitors), and the picture quality is awesome, BUT, they are very simple, you have to run them at a high brightness otherwise you can't make out the details in the picture, I've played around with the settings for months and just can't get it right. Instead I've just taken to putting more lights in my room to keep the eye strain away lol. I'm thinking about slowly replacing these monitors 1 at a time, starting with the main monitor. Been looking at 24" high-DPI monitors (2K or 4K) but I'm not sure what's good and what isn't. Before these I've had Dell or Samsung monitors so I guess I've been spoiled a little. Any suggestions on any of these would be appreciated.