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What do you think of this PC building? will it run all games on high settings?

#1UltimatesTruthPosted 12/30/2013 3:47:16 AM(edited)
What do you think of this PC building? will it run all games on high settings and smoothly 60FPS? Will it run next-generation games like Watch Dogs and Battlefield 4?

CPU: Intel Core i7 4770K
Motherboard: ASRock Z87 Extreme4
GPU: Gigabyte GTX780 OC 3GB
RAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3 8GB(4GB x 2) 1600 MHz CL9
Hard Drive: WD Blue 1TB
Power Supply: Gigabyte 650w
Case: NZXT Guardian 921

I can afford this, If anything here is fine then I might start buying these parts and build a decent PC for gaming.

Edit: Also, don't forget to rate it out of 10.
#2JaghavePosted 12/30/2013 3:59:09 AM(edited)
Ultra yes 60fps most of the time but it may dip to 30-40

I would suggest bumping your power supply to 850

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I7-2600k OC @ 4.10GHZ | GeForce GTX 780TI | 8 GB DDR3. http://www.backloggery.com/jaghave
I fought the law and the law lost
#3UltimatesTruth(Topic Creator)Posted 12/30/2013 4:17:31 AM
Jaghave posted...
Ultra yes 60fps most of the time but it may dip to 30-40

I would suggest bumping your power supply to 850


So what do I need to make it 60fps almost all of the time? changing the power supply would do the job?

Sorry for these questions, I know jack s*** about PC lol.
#4JaghavePosted 12/30/2013 4:24:14 AM
Duel gpu
Tomb raider, hitman, crysus 3, metro last light will run fine but may dip once in awhile
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I7-2600k OC @ 4.10GHZ | GeForce GTX 780TI | 8 GB DDR3. http://www.backloggery.com/jaghave
I fought the law and the law lost
#5SythisTaruPosted 12/30/2013 4:24:52 AM
Add SSD too!
#6Flaktrooper123Posted 12/30/2013 4:36:07 AM
That is definitely enough to run almost anything on Ultra 1080p with AA enabled except for the heaviest games like Metro in which the FPS may dip in some heavy scenes. If you want even less FPS drops, you can either get another 780, or just get 780ti. I believe 750w is just enough for 2 780s, maybe even a pair of 780ti s except for some crazy non-reference models. Not the same with 290x though, you really need 850W for 2 way crossfire.
#7UltimatesTruth(Topic Creator)Posted 12/30/2013 4:51:21 AM
@Flaktrooper123

Ah.. I feel pretty dumb. I don't understand this "PC language"
Could you just edit and add the things you said in this list?

CPU: Intel Core i7 4770K
Motherboard: ASRock Z87 Extreme4
GPU: Gigabyte GTX780 OC 3GB
RAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3 8GB(4GB x 2) 1600 MHz CL9
Hard Drive: WD Blue 1TB
Power Supply: Gigabyte 650w
Case: NZXT Guardian 921

(I didn't even make this list, a friend of mine made it for me)

I'll just buy the parts and go to a computer shop to build it for me.
#8Flaktrooper123Posted 12/30/2013 5:00:57 AM
SLI or Crossfire is just using multiple video cards, SLI is for nvidia cards, Crossfire is for AMD cards, nothing much more. So when I say SLI 780, means you get a second GTX 780, or in other words you use 2 video cards, just like that, no magic no tricks. GTX 780ti is another model, currently the best gaming GPU from nvidia, but also more expensive and less bang for your money.
#9UltimatesTruth(Topic Creator)Posted 12/30/2013 5:16:15 AM
Flaktrooper123 posted...
SLI or Crossfire is just using multiple video cards, SLI is for nvidia cards, Crossfire is for AMD cards, nothing much more. So when I say SLI 780, means you get a second GTX 780, or in other words you use 2 video cards, just like that, no magic no tricks. GTX 780ti is another model, currently the best gaming GPU from nvidia, but also more expensive and less bang for your money.


Ok I got it, by the way, what's the best Nvidia GPU that could fit into my build in your opinion?
#10ShadowGomamonPosted 12/30/2013 5:31:31 AM
780 is a good choice. Consider a 290 if you don't mind using AMD.