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How's this for a high-end gaming rig?

#1harcoreblazerPosted 7/21/2014 9:27:57 PM
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770k
GPU: Nvidia GTX 780 ti
RAM: 16gb
HDD: 2TB
Monitor: Looking for something for 1080p gameplay, and a good refresh rate, since most of the stuff in Newegg is 60hz, should i settle with that or go higher? i don't mind anything as long as it's 60fps or up.
Mouse: According to what i've read, anything durable with a high dpi will be good
Keyboard: Anything that's useful for gaming, durable and not overpriced. (Maybe Razer stuff will do the trick (?)).
OS: Windows 8.1
SSD of around 64gb for the OS, system and stuff.
Motherboard: ????
Speakers: High quality ones
Headset: A good high-quality one.

How much would this cost? since the CPU and the GPU alone add up to 1k dollars.

Goal: A machine that runs Star Citizen, The Witcher 3, anything that comes out on the next-gen and most current games at MAX settings with a smooth 60fps+ framerate.
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#2harcoreblazer(Topic Creator)Posted 7/21/2014 9:33:07 PM
While where at it let's also add Oculus Rift for playing horror games and other First-Person stuff at max settings on 60fps.

Also that new DOOM that's coming out.
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#3robert022614Posted 7/21/2014 9:34:08 PM
harcoreblazer posted...
CPU: Intel Core i7-4770k
GPU: Nvidia GTX 780 ti
RAM: 16gb
HDD: 2TB
Monitor: Looking for something for 1080p gameplay, and a good refresh rate, since most of the stuff in Newegg is 60hz, should i settle with that or go higher? i don't mind anything as long as it's 60fps or up.
Mouse: According to what i've read, anything durable with a high dpi will be good
Keyboard: Anything that's useful for gaming, durable and not overpriced. (Maybe Razer stuff will do the trick (?)).
OS: Windows 8.1
SSD of around 64gb for the OS, system and stuff.
Motherboard: ????
Speakers: High quality ones
Headset: A good high-quality one.

How much would this cost? since the CPU and the GPU alone add up to 1k dollars.

Goal: A machine that runs Star Citizen, The Witcher 3, anything that comes out on the next-gen and most current games at MAX settings with a smooth 60fps+ framerate.


I have a 780 ti and sorry to say your not going to be able to turn everything up to max at 60fps.
#4Digital_SPosted 7/21/2014 9:36:54 PM
Razer is overpriced crap.

Just saying.
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#5Clutch_TheoryPosted 7/21/2014 9:37:03 PM
harcoreblazer posted...
Goal: A machine that runs Star Citizen, The Witcher 3, anything that comes out on the next-gen and most current games at MAX settings with a smooth 60fps+ framerate.


You're probably looking at 2 780ti's in SLI or an R9 295x if you literally want to run everything at MAX settings for current and future titles.
#6JonWood007Posted 7/21/2014 9:37:13 PM
Hmm...you sure? I can run most stuff near max settings on my 760 at 900p. 780 ti is twice as powerful. Only thing really making me turn crap down is my CPU.
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#7fataliPosted 7/21/2014 9:37:35 PM
Do not get razer, breaks too easily and their mouses are not very good.

For a mouse get the logitech G400 or G400s.

You could get one of the newer processors, instead of the older 4770K
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#8tiger8191Posted 7/21/2014 9:37:46 PM
$2k maybe. Save money by getting 8gb ram, 780 over 780ti if $ is issue or go 4690k/780ti. Umm don't get razer if you don't want an overpriced kb. Get 1tb HDD and at least 120gb SSD. Too tired to create a build at this point.

Impossible to say whether it will max out those games that have yet to even release yet. Doubt it will fully max each one. That's just not how it works. But I'm sure you will get ultra with some fine tuning with the AA'S and post processing and etc ect.
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#9LvthnPosted 7/21/2014 9:45:40 PM
JonWood007 posted...
Hmm...you sure? I can run most stuff near max settings on my 760 at 900p. 780 ti is twice as powerful. Only thing really making me turn crap down is my CPU.


Yes, absolutely. Certain effects eat a ton of framerate and some varieties of AA are absurdly demanding. Some games will barely be 100% maxed at 1080p 60fps with TWO 780 Tis.
#10harcoreblazer(Topic Creator)Posted 7/21/2014 9:48:00 PM
So Razer Nay, Logitech Yay, alright.

Is there anything more powerful than a GTX 780 ti aside of a Titan?
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