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User Info: Bazooka_Penguin

Bazooka_Penguin
3 years ago#11
Decent components

And then suddenly a 1000W Gold rated PSU? Wtf? That system will never, ever need or take advantage of that PSU.
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User Info: Fade2black001

Fade2black001
3 years ago#12
Bazooka_Penguin posted...
Decent components

And then suddenly a 1000W Gold rated PSU? Wtf? That system will never, ever need or take advantage of that PSU.


Well at least its not platinum...
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User Info: kkp2420

kkp2420
3 years ago#13
Well this is just showcasing people on a budget, in no way would i get some of these items for a PC build but not everyone can shovel out cash and build what they want!

User Info: DarkZV2Beta

DarkZV2Beta
3 years ago#14
kkp2420 posted...
Well this is just showcasing people on a budget, in no way would i get some of these items for a PC build but not everyone can shovel out cash and build what they want!


No, this is showcasing a terrible build for stupid people.
It's a terrible value, poorly balanced, and a waste of money.
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User Info: Nicodimus

Nicodimus
3 years ago#15
Remind me never to ask Forbes about gaming PC builds.
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User Info: PhilOnDez

PhilOnDez
3 years ago#16
Nicodimus posted...
Remind me never to ask Forbes about gaming PC builds.


In all fairness to Forbes, that was a community 'article'. It's basically their version of blogspot or whatever. If you wanted, you could have whatever utterly ridiculous thing you wanted posted by the end of the day.
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User Info: ZeroRaider

ZeroRaider
3 years ago#17
Too early for a 4K gaming PC right now.

Will need to wait til later this year for GTX 880s with more VRAM and HDMI 2.0 compatible 4KTVs come down in price.

Right now no GPU has HDMI 2.0 output ports on it so have fun with your 30 FPS, LOL. Gotta wait for Maxwell to get HDMI 2.0.

User Info: Hi C

Hi C
3 years ago#18
http://www.logicalincrements.com/

I'm sure will handle it.
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User Info: Altmadragon

Altmadragon
3 years ago#19
Bazooka_Penguin posted...
Decent components

And then suddenly a 1000W Gold rated PSU? Wtf? That system will never, ever need or take advantage of that PSU.


"The reason for choosing such a beefy PSU is that we’re future-proofing our build. Eventually you’ll want to be running three graphics cards in SLI to maximize your 4K visuals. I’m normally a Corsair fanboy in the PSU department, but it turns out EVGA makes some excellent power supplies. And for $179, you get 1000W of power with 80 PLUS GOLD (90%) efficiency, and a fully modular design. It’s also exceptionally quiet, well built, and comes with a 10 year warranty. This comes with all the cables you’ll ever require, and is ready for triple-SLI."
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