[QUOTE=eric93se;2582261]So here is a build, totals 934 with vat and shipping. A couple of the items are not in stock but use it as an example if you like. So this is cheaper with far better components, overclockable, includes a very fast SSD boot/software drive and a 2TB storage HDD. You can upgrade the OS to the ultimate version its just a little more. The 2500K is plenty fast and now because its the ‘K’ version can be overclocked up to 5GHz.
edit: looks like that cooler will not fit, and just checked its an older design. Not much of a cooler selection at Scan.[/QUOTE]
Actually, the Cogage TRUE Spirit is compatible with the Sandy Bridge CPUs. However, it requires the separate purchase of a Thermalright LGA 1156 bolt-through kit in order to use that cooler with the new platform. (The stock installation kit is compatible only with LGA 1366 CPUs; LGA 1155 uses the exact same cooler mount as LGA 1156.) I did exactly that with my system.
By the way, the choice of an Asus P8P67 LE is not the best choice to overclock the i7-2600K: Unlike its more expensive siblings, the LE lacks certain voltage and load-level adjustment settings, so the overclocks on the P8P67 LE will not be as high as they would have on even the plain (non-LE) P8P67, let alone the P8P67 Pro or Deluxe.