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

#21PhilOnDezPosted 12/30/2013 1:41:31 PM(edited)
Jaghave posted...
I would suggest bumping your power supply to 850


No. Not unless he's planning on multiple 290X's. A single 780 will run fine on 500w, even if he plans on a moderate OC to either the GPU or CPU. He bought an unlocked processor though so I'm assuming he wants to OC at least one if not both in which case his 650 is plenty.

E: Also, the only thing I'd change is going with a caviar black over a blue unless you are planning on installing your OS on an SSD which I didn't see listed. An SSD+Blue would be a much better experience than a Black on its own though.
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#22JaghavePosted 12/31/2013 6:49:54 AM
gsf4lyfe posted...
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


You're an idiot


What wrong with future proofing your psu
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#23teknic1200Posted 12/31/2013 7:07:31 AM
I have an i7 4770k with a crappy GT 640 2 GB card someone gave me temporally while I put some cash aside to go big.

Most of the games I've put on it are getting 45+ FPS at 900p.

you'll be fine, I'm not sure about going for a smaller CPU. I come from the school where you put the fastest CPU your MoBo can take because if you want to upgrade it you need a new motherboard....
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#24UltimatesTruth(Topic Creator)Posted 12/31/2013 7:55:11 AM
@PhilOnDez
@teknic1200

I made some changes.
How about this build?

CPU: Intel Core i7 4770K
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Hero C2
GPU: Gigabyte GTX780 Ti GDDR5-3GB
RAM: Kingston HyperX DDR3 8GB(4GB x 2) 1600 MHz CL9
Hard Drive: WD Black 2TB
Power Supply: NZXT 750w
Case: Gigabyte Luxo x10

Can anyone make sure that these parts are build-able?
#25Cobra1010Posted 12/31/2013 8:01:49 AM
U rich kid. That GPU is not meant for 1080p, its meant for even higher res. So if you have a 1080p monitor, yes, it will probably run most games on max with 60fps, some games may drop to 40fps though.

And if you keep playing at 1080p, that card will probably be future proof for the next 3 years then maybe you have to turn off the extra stuff but can still play high settings on most of the new games.

I am just a noob though. Only use my post for cross referencing because i could be so wrong.
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#26Ep1taph303Posted 12/31/2013 9:05:12 AM
Jaghave posted...
780ti the single best card out on the market

Follow by ati flagship card

Then nvadia titan

780 is the forth best card currently


Is engrish too

Hard for you

I hate the

Way you talk
#27UltimatesTruth(Topic Creator)Posted 12/31/2013 9:08:20 AM
Ep1taph303 posted...
Jaghave posted...
780ti the single best card out on the market

Follow by ati flagship card

Then nvadia titan

780 is the forth best card currently


Is engrish too

Hard for you

I hate the

Way you talk


I lol'd. Something tells me he's trolling xD.
#28JaghavePosted 12/31/2013 9:58:47 PM
Ep1taph303 posted...
Jaghave posted...
780ti the single best card out on the market

Follow by ati flagship card

Then nvadia titan

780 is the forth best card currently


Is engrish too

Hard for you

I hate the

Way you talk


Ditto
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