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June 20, 2013 8:09:06 AM

Hello, I'am going to build a computer. But I really got no idea about my specs can play bf4 on ultra with 60+ fps. So how many fps can I play bf4 1080p with this specs:

Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced Nvidia
XFX ProSeries Core Edition 650W PSU
Intel® Core i7-4770 Processor
Gainward GeForce GTX 770 2GB PhysX CUDA
MSI B85M-G43, Socket-1150
Kingston DDR3 HyperX blu 1600MHz 16GB
SSD: Samsung SSD 840 Series 250GB
HDD: WD Desktop Green 1TB

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June 20, 2013 8:13:25 AM

between 1- 100
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June 20, 2013 8:15:25 AM

Axzevos said:
Hello, I'am going to build a computer. But I really got no idea about my specs can play bf4 on ultra with 60+ fps. So how many fps can I play bf4 with this specs:

Cooler Master CM 690 II Advanced Nvidia
XFX ProSeries Core Edition 650W PSU
Intel® Core i7-4770 Processor
Gainward GeForce GTX 770 2GB PhysX CUDA
MSI B85M-G43, Socket-1150
Kingston DDR3 HyperX blu 1600MHz 16GB
SSD: Samsung SSD 840 Series 250GB
HDD: WD Desktop Green 1TB


well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,
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June 20, 2013 8:20:21 AM


well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,
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Ahh, thanks so much. But is it something I should change on this system?
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June 20, 2013 8:26:03 AM

rgd1101 said:
between 1- 100


Can you please answer more concrete. That didn't tell me so much. What will the average be?
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June 20, 2013 8:30:37 AM

You can drop the cpu to an i5 4670, and drop the ram to 8GB, as sixteen is a bit overkill, at least for a gaming rig. You can drop the money saved on a 780, if you want.
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June 20, 2013 8:34:23 AM

Axzevos said:
rgd1101 said:
between 1- 100


Can you please answer more concrete. That didn't tell me so much. What will the average be?

It still in beta.
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June 20, 2013 8:36:26 AM

rgd1101 said:
Axzevos said:
rgd1101 said:
between 1- 100


Can you please answer more concrete. That didn't tell me so much. What will the average be?

It still in beta.


It's in pre-alpha, nowhere near beta.
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June 20, 2013 8:38:38 AM

Axzevos said:

well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,


Ahh, thanks so much. But is it something I should change on this system?
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well, as the other poster has mentioned, the ram is most definately overkill. 8gb is plenty for gaming, but 16gb won't do harm, and will be handy for multitasking. If you can afford it then by all means go for it. The point the other poster is making is that, if it's just a gaming rig, then if you drop one model on the cpu and 8gb of ram, you have enough money for a better GPU. Really it's about your preference between having 98 percent performance (with slightly less powerfull cpu, and 8gb of ram) or having100% performance with the parts you've put in your list. The savings from having the next lower model can be quite a lot. If your not concerned about money, then I know what I would be going for. :) 
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June 20, 2013 9:05:50 AM

keith12 said:
Axzevos said:

well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,


Ahh, thanks so much. But is it something I should change on this system?


well, as the other poster has mentioned, the ram is most definately overkill. 8gb is plenty for gaming, but 16gb won't do harm, and will be handy for multitasking. If you can afford it then by all means go for it. The point the other poster is making is that, if it's just a gaming rig, then if you drop one model on the cpu and 8gb of ram, you have enough money for a better GPU. Really it's about your preference between having 98 percent performance (with slightly less powerfull cpu, and 8gb of ram) or having100% performance with the parts you've put in your list. The savings from having the next lower model can be quite a lot. If your not concerned about money, then I know what I would be going for. :) 
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Now I've been changing abit. The different is only 40$ so you can decide what I should go for. I've been changing the i7 I had to a Intel® Core i5-4670 Processor and the ram to a Kingston DDR3 HyperX 1600MHz 8GB. I changed the grafic card to this Gainward GeForce GTX 780 3GB PhysX CUDA. But Don't I need more then a 650w psu if I got that? And the computer is for mostly playing, max multitasking 6-7 tasks with max 2 games up at same time. And do I need 250gb ssd? Will 120gb ssd be enough?
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June 20, 2013 9:14:06 AM

Axzevos said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:

well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,


Ahh, thanks so much. But is it something I should change on this system?


well, as the other poster has mentioned, the ram is most definately overkill. 8gb is plenty for gaming, but 16gb won't do harm, and will be handy for multitasking. If you can afford it then by all means go for it. The point the other poster is making is that, if it's just a gaming rig, then if you drop one model on the cpu and 8gb of ram, you have enough money for a better GPU. Really it's about your preference between having 98 percent performance (with slightly less powerfull cpu, and 8gb of ram) or having100% performance with the parts you've put in your list. The savings from having the next lower model can be quite a lot. If your not concerned about money, then I know what I would be going for. :) 


Now I've been changing abit. The different is only 40$ so you can decide what I should go for. I've been changing the i7 I had to a Intel® Core i5-4670 Processor and the ram to a Kingston DDR3 HyperX 1600MHz 8GB. I changed the grafic card to this Gainward GeForce GTX 780 3GB PhysX CUDA. But Don't I need more then a 650w psu if I got that? And the computer is for mostly playing, max multitasking 6-7 tasks with max 2 games up at same time. And do I need 250gb ssd? Will 120gb ssd be enough?[/quotemsg]

your 650w psu will be fine for the GTX780. Id go for a 250gb SSD as opposed to a smaller one, at least that way you can stick a few of your fav games on there too for faster loading between levels :) 
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June 20, 2013 9:16:21 AM

keith12 said:
Axzevos said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:

well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,


Ahh, thanks so much. But is it something I should change on this system?


well, as the other poster has mentioned, the ram is most definately overkill. 8gb is plenty for gaming, but 16gb won't do harm, and will be handy for multitasking. If you can afford it then by all means go for it. The point the other poster is making is that, if it's just a gaming rig, then if you drop one model on the cpu and 8gb of ram, you have enough money for a better GPU. Really it's about your preference between having 98 percent performance (with slightly less powerfull cpu, and 8gb of ram) or having100% performance with the parts you've put in your list. The savings from having the next lower model can be quite a lot. If your not concerned about money, then I know what I would be going for. :) 


Now I've been changing abit. The different is only 40$ so you can decide what I should go for. I've been changing the i7 I had to a Intel® Core i5-4670 Processor and the ram to a Kingston DDR3 HyperX 1600MHz 8GB. I changed the grafic card to this Gainward GeForce GTX 780 3GB PhysX CUDA. But Don't I need more then a 650w psu if I got that? And the computer is for mostly playing, max multitasking 6-7 tasks with max 2 games up at same time. And do I need 250gb ssd? Will 120gb ssd be enough?


your 650w psu will be fine for the GTX780. Id go for a 250gb SSD as opposed to a smaller one, at least that way you can stick a few of your fav games on there too for faster loading between levels :) 
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So you would go for the "gtx 780 specs?"
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June 20, 2013 9:19:01 AM

Axzevos said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:

well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,


Ahh, thanks so much. But is it something I should change on this system?


well, as the other poster has mentioned, the ram is most definately overkill. 8gb is plenty for gaming, but 16gb won't do harm, and will be handy for multitasking. If you can afford it then by all means go for it. The point the other poster is making is that, if it's just a gaming rig, then if you drop one model on the cpu and 8gb of ram, you have enough money for a better GPU. Really it's about your preference between having 98 percent performance (with slightly less powerfull cpu, and 8gb of ram) or having100% performance with the parts you've put in your list. The savings from having the next lower model can be quite a lot. If your not concerned about money, then I know what I would be going for. :) 


Now I've been changing abit. The different is only 40$ so you can decide what I should go for. I've been changing the i7 I had to a Intel® Core i5-4670 Processor and the ram to a Kingston DDR3 HyperX 1600MHz 8GB. I changed the grafic card to this Gainward GeForce GTX 780 3GB PhysX CUDA. But Don't I need more then a 650w psu if I got that? And the computer is for mostly playing, max multitasking 6-7 tasks with max 2 games up at same time. And do I need 250gb ssd? Will 120gb ssd be enough?


your 650w psu will be fine for the GTX780. Id go for a 250gb SSD as opposed to a smaller one, at least that way you can stick a few of your fav games on there too for faster loading between levels :) 


So you would go for the "gtx 780 specs?"[/quotemsg]

if money was no issue for me then yes. But saying that the GTX770 is almost 90%+ performance of the GTX 780. If the difference is 100 dollars/euros then I would go for the cheaper one, because 10% performance increase isn't worth it in my mind for 100$ premium.
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June 20, 2013 9:36:12 AM

keith12 said:
Axzevos said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:

well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,


Ahh, thanks so much. But is it something I should change on this system?


well, as the other poster has mentioned, the ram is most definately overkill. 8gb is plenty for gaming, but 16gb won't do harm, and will be handy for multitasking. If you can afford it then by all means go for it. The point the other poster is making is that, if it's just a gaming rig, then if you drop one model on the cpu and 8gb of ram, you have enough money for a better GPU. Really it's about your preference between having 98 percent performance (with slightly less powerfull cpu, and 8gb of ram) or having100% performance with the parts you've put in your list. The savings from having the next lower model can be quite a lot. If your not concerned about money, then I know what I would be going for. :) 


Now I've been changing abit. The different is only 40$ so you can decide what I should go for. I've been changing the i7 I had to a Intel® Core i5-4670 Processor and the ram to a Kingston DDR3 HyperX 1600MHz 8GB. I changed the grafic card to this Gainward GeForce GTX 780 3GB PhysX CUDA. But Don't I need more then a 650w psu if I got that? And the computer is for mostly playing, max multitasking 6-7 tasks with max 2 games up at same time. And do I need 250gb ssd? Will 120gb ssd be enough?


your 650w psu will be fine for the GTX780. Id go for a 250gb SSD as opposed to a smaller one, at least that way you can stick a few of your fav games on there too for faster loading between levels :) 


So you would go for the "gtx 780 specs?"


if money was no issue for me then yes. But saying that the GTX770 is almost 90%+ performance of the GTX 780. If the difference is 100 dollars/euros then I would go for the cheaper one, because 10% performance increase isn't worth it in my mind for 100$ premium.[/quotemsg]

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-nvidia...
closer to 20% in most games
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June 20, 2013 9:43:56 AM

expl0itfinder said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:
keith12 said:
Axzevos said:

well youll have a great system, but it depends on a couple of things. Like what res you game at.
At 1080p yor setup would get 85+ fps on BF3. Extrapolating from that is difficult as BF4 is only at alpha testing at the moment. But I would expect it not to be too much less than that. So maybe about 60+ fps on ultra at 1080p. This is just a guess-timation obviously, it's really impossible to give you a right answer there,


Ahh, thanks so much. But is it something I should change on this system?


well, as the other poster has mentioned, the ram is most definately overkill. 8gb is plenty for gaming, but 16gb won't do harm, and will be handy for multitasking. If you can afford it then by all means go for it. The point the other poster is making is that, if it's just a gaming rig, then if you drop one model on the cpu and 8gb of ram, you have enough money for a better GPU. Really it's about your preference between having 98 percent performance (with slightly less powerfull cpu, and 8gb of ram) or having100% performance with the parts you've put in your list. The savings from having the next lower model can be quite a lot. If your not concerned about money, then I know what I would be going for. :) 


Now I've been changing abit. The different is only 40$ so you can decide what I should go for. I've been changing the i7 I had to a Intel® Core i5-4670 Processor and the ram to a Kingston DDR3 HyperX 1600MHz 8GB. I changed the grafic card to this Gainward GeForce GTX 780 3GB PhysX CUDA. But Don't I need more then a 650w psu if I got that? And the computer is for mostly playing, max multitasking 6-7 tasks with max 2 games up at same time. And do I need 250gb ssd? Will 120gb ssd be enough?


your 650w psu will be fine for the GTX780. Id go for a 250gb SSD as opposed to a smaller one, at least that way you can stick a few of your fav games on there too for faster loading between levels :) 


So you would go for the "gtx 780 specs?"


if money was no issue for me then yes. But saying that the GTX770 is almost 90%+ performance of the GTX 780. If the difference is 100 dollars/euros then I would go for the cheaper one, because 10% performance increase isn't worth it in my mind for 100$ premium.


http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-nvidia...
closer to 20% in most games[/quotemsg]

I know, but I'am going to choose between these two options. gtx 770, i7 4770, 16gb ram, and 250gb ssd . Or gtx 780, 8gb ram, i5 4670, 120gb ssd. Whats worth it?
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June 20, 2013 9:50:49 AM


Yes, money is a problem. But I really want 7,9 in the windows experience index. I will give you a list of what my computer is going to be used for. Btw, the monitor I will use is 120h. Okay, I'am going to use it for rendring vidoes (almost without edit) using it for multitasking max 6-7 tasks up and 2 games. I wanna play without lagg at all so I won't notice difference. And btw, will I notice difference between 120fps and 85fps? I'am not going to download songs, movies, etc. I'am only max going to install 10 games. It would be games like bf4, call of duty ghost, maybe crysis 3 but i don't think so. Maybe skyrim and games like that. So idk what I should choose :'( 
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June 20, 2013 9:51:10 AM

I would suggest the 780 + i5. You would see much better performance in games. You would see literally no benefit if you dropped it on the i7.
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June 20, 2013 9:51:10 AM

I would suggest the 780 + i5. You would see much better performance in games. You would see literally no benefit if you dropped it on the i7.
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June 20, 2013 9:58:57 AM

But now I mean opening google chrome, searching on youtube videos, opening facebook also. Will I see much difference on the speed? I want a computer that will open google chrome and stuffs like that fast.

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June 20, 2013 10:09:42 AM

Axzevos said:
But now I mean opening google chrome, searching on youtube videos, opening facebook also. Will I see much difference on the speed? I want a computer that will open google chrome and stuffs like that fast.



That all has to do with the SSD. It's not possible to score a 7.9 in the windows experience index. I think only the xeon processors and the extreme edition processors can do that.
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June 20, 2013 10:19:09 AM

expl0itfinder said:
Axzevos said:
But now I mean opening google chrome, searching on youtube videos, opening facebook also. Will I see much difference on the speed? I want a computer that will open google chrome and stuffs like that fast.



That all has to do with the SSD. It's not possible to score a 7.9 in the windows experience index. I think only the xeon processors and the extreme edition processors can do that.


So the processors is only used for rendring and stuff? I mean like, if your going to change from facebook to youtube. Will the time be the same if you got a i7 and a i5?
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June 20, 2013 10:35:23 AM

Yes. The i7 will ONLY benefit you when rendering videos, things of that nature. And the i5 still renders quite nicely, as it is a quad core.
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June 20, 2013 10:41:08 AM

Screw the Windows Experience Index - it is relatively meaningless. And inaccurate.

You want an i5 or i7 + GTX 770. There's no reason to waste all the extra money on a small performance increase with the GTX 780.

I would estimate 50-70fps average in single-player, and 40-60fps in multiplayer @1080p. About as good as you're going to get.
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June 20, 2013 10:44:09 AM

20% is not a small increase. And with upcoming driver updates, only more performance can be squeezed out of that gk110.
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June 20, 2013 10:58:42 AM

expl0itfinder said:
20% is not a small increase. And with upcoming driver updates, only more performance can be squeezed out of that gk110.


It's true, though last count by TechPowerup was 15%. 62% more money for that increase is still wicked-disproportionate in my eyes.
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June 20, 2013 11:00:52 AM

But if you get an i7, then you get no performance increase for 100$ more.
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June 20, 2013 11:00:53 AM

But if you get an i7, then you get no performance increase for 100$ more.
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June 20, 2013 11:18:07 AM

expl0itfinder said:
But if you get an i7, then you get no performance increase for 100$ more.


Haha, right again - but the Hyperthreading can be useful in other apps. And who knows, the ports coming from the new consoles may show improvements if you can handle more than 4 threads in a game. Crysis 3 and Battlefield 3 already do - especially multiplayer.

The i7-3770K is currently $240 if you can get to a MicroCenter... I've been eying one myself.
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June 20, 2013 11:28:23 AM

jessterman21 said:
expl0itfinder said:
But if you get an i7, then you get no performance increase for 100$ more.


Haha, right again - but the Hyperthreading can be useful in other apps. And who knows, the ports coming from the new consoles may show improvements if you can handle more than 4 threads in a game. Crysis 3 and Battlefield 3 already do - especially multiplayer.

The i7-3770K is currently $240 if you can get to a MicroCenter... I've been eying one myself.


I'm stuck with my A10-5800k...pro tip, never grab a processor without an L3 cache.
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July 2, 2013 4:46:14 PM

I built this up at Newegg with combos and rebates and was around $1650. I got my 4670k from Newegg for $199.99 with a micro center price match you should get it as well. I have two 770's and they destroy all games. I get around 150+ FPS in BF3 with ultra 1080p. So not worried about BF4 needless to say. I did upgrade your PSU, SSD, RAM and HHD as well. The 2133 RAM will help with a light overclock to keep the timing down. You can use MSI's OC tool it real easy and safe. Oh I added a water cooler its a must, cool and quiet. The review on the MOBO was great, My buddy got one and loves it. I have the same SSD and love it. One will be enough for you and its faster than the 840 and has a longer warranty. Make sure to get a WD Black HHD if your going to put extra games they are more reliable, faster and quieter than a green. I run my OS and primary games on SSD and all my old games about 250GB on my D drive, works great. I put the Newegg number at the end of each item. Good luck and see you in BF4.

Intel Core i5-4670K Haswell 3.4GHz LGA 1150 N82E16819116899
CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 Water Cooler N82E16835181030
MSI Z87-G45 Gaming LGA 1150 Intel Z87 Pro Gaming with Killer Networking & Sound Blaster N82E16813130693
G.SKILL Sniper Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 2133 N82E16820231519
MSI Gaming N770 TF GTX 770 2GB N82E16814127741
MSI Gaming N770 TF GTX 770 2GB N82E16814127741
Corsair Neutron GTX Series 240GB SATA III N82E16820233398 (Better than 840 and comes with 5yr warranty)
Western Digital WD Black 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s HHD N82E16822136533 (better than green built for gaming)
CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX850M 850W 80 PLUS BRONZE N82E16817139029
Corsair Carbide Series 400R Graphite grey and black ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case N82E16811139008

Here's my set up and the list above is very close for a lot less cash.

LiL Monster 13

TOWER
INTEL I5 4670K CPU @ 4.4GHZ
CORSAIR H80I WATER COOLER
ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VI HERO MOBO / SUPREME FX AUDIO
G.SKILL TRIDENT X 16GB DDR3 @ 2400 CL10
ASUS GTX 770 DIRECT CU II OC @ 1.25GHZ SLI
ASUS GTX 770 DIRECT CU II OC @ 1.25GHZ
CORSAIR NEUTRON GTX SSD 240GB (PRIME)
WD RAPTOR HHD 300GB RAID0 (GAMES)
WD RAPTOR HHD 300GB
FANTOM DRIVES G-FORCE3 2TB EHHD (STORAGE)
CORSAIR AX760W PSU
IN WINN D-FRAME LIMITED EDITION 220/500 CASE
ENERMAX T.B. SILENCE 120MM RED LED FANS (5)
ASUS BLU-RAY BURNER

MONITORS
SAMSUNG 40" 120HZ 3D LED
SAMSUNG 22" 60HZ LED

SOUND
BOSE CINEMA SPEAKERS
BOSE OE2I HEADPHONES (MUSIC)
ASUS ROG VULCAN PRO HEADSET (GAMING)

INPUT
CORSAIR K70 / CHERRY TACTILE KEYS
LOGITECH G9 MOUSE
LOGITECH EXTREME 3D PRO JOYSTICK

PROTECTION
CYBER POWER UA1500 900W UPS

SOFTWARE
WIN 7 U64

Here a link to some pics before I upgraded to what is above.

http://www.destructiveforce.org/file//BerettaMato/IMG_7...
http://www.destructiveforce.org/file//BerettaMato/IMG_7...
http://www.destructiveforce.org/file//BerettaMato/IMG_7...
http://www.destructiveforce.org/file//BerettaMato/IMG_7...
http://www.destructiveforce.org/file//BerettaMato/IMG_7...
http://www.destructiveforce.org/file//BerettaMato/IMG_7...
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July 19, 2013 12:17:36 PM

I think that the extra money that you`re going to spend over the GTX 780 wont be worth it.

Here`s my build: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/WillDano/saved/1Zxh

Yes, it`s an overkill, but I care more about 3D animation and editing than Gaming. I do have Crysis 3 and I can play on Ultra settings, 2X AA 1080p and I get an average of 45FPS.

From that build in the link above, you can Get an i5 instead of an i7, and you can get 8GB ram instead of 16, and you`d still reach 40FPS on average because a processor like that and that much ram is an overkill for gaming, you`ll probably only get about 5 - 10 more FPS out of them which is not a big difference.
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July 19, 2013 2:27:02 PM

Will Dano said:
I think that the extra money that you`re going to spend over the GTX 780 wont be worth it.

Here`s my build: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/WillDano/saved/1Zxh

Yes, it`s an overkill, but I care more about 3D animation and editing than Gaming. I do have Crysis 3 and I can play on Ultra settings, 2X AA 1080p and I get an average of 45FPS.

From that build in the link above, you can Get an i5 instead of an i7, and you can get 8GB ram instead of 16, and you`d still reach 40FPS on average because a processor like that and that much ram is an overkill for gaming, you`ll probably only get about 5 - 10 more FPS out of them which is not a big difference.


You're pretty late to answer. But anyway. I'am still stuck. I'am gonna choose between gtx 770 sli or gtx 670 tri sli. What will have highest fps ingames?
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July 19, 2013 2:33:51 PM

Axzevos said:
Will Dano said:
I think that the extra money that you`re going to spend over the GTX 780 wont be worth it.

Here`s my build: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/WillDano/saved/1Zxh

Yes, it`s an overkill, but I care more about 3D animation and editing than Gaming. I do have Crysis 3 and I can play on Ultra settings, 2X AA 1080p and I get an average of 45FPS.

From that build in the link above, you can Get an i5 instead of an i7, and you can get 8GB ram instead of 16, and you`d still reach 40FPS on average because a processor like that and that much ram is an overkill for gaming, you`ll probably only get about 5 - 10 more FPS out of them which is not a big difference.


You're pretty late to answer. But anyway. I'am still stuck. I'am gonna choose between gtx 770 sli or gtx 670 tri sli. What will have highest fps ingames?


670 tri SLI will have the highest FPS in games that scale correctly. However, I would recommend 770 SLI, because not all games scale correctly, and having a more powerful single card will give you better FPS in those games. Also, you have an upgrade path, as you can add another 770 later on.
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July 19, 2013 5:15:53 PM

Axzevos said:
Will Dano said:
I think that the extra money that you`re going to spend over the GTX 780 wont be worth it.

Here`s my build: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/user/WillDano/saved/1Zxh

Yes, it`s an overkill, but I care more about 3D animation and editing than Gaming. I do have Crysis 3 and I can play on Ultra settings, 2X AA 1080p and I get an average of 45FPS.



From that build in the link above, you can Get an i5 instead of an i7, and you can get 8GB ram instead of 16, and you`d still reach 40FPS on average because a processor like that and that much ram is an overkill for gaming, you`ll probably only get about 5 - 10 more FPS out of them which is not a big difference.


You're pretty late to answer. But anyway. I'am still stuck. I'am gonna choose between gtx 770 sli or gtx 670 tri sli. What will have highest fps ingames?


The gtx 670 tri sli is a beast, however, by getting the GTX 770 sli 2 way, you'll be saving about 100-200 dollars and you're still going to get 60FPS+ on all games, 1080p max settings. Besides, the GTX 770 is newer, and in my opinion, the less sli's you have, the better.

Another option: you seem to have a lot of money, so why don't you get the GTX 780 for gaming (which is an overkill) and 1 or 2 years later, get another GTX 780 sli and put it in, it will be even better than the gtx 670 tri sli.
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