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Is the intel i7 4770s and sapphire hd 7790 a good combination?

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July 18, 2013 12:19:03 PM

I really like this gpu and cpu but im wondering if they will have good preformance for gaming. I want to play battlefield 3, bioshock infinite, la noire, and the upcoming games like watch dogs and ac black flag. Giving that this is an i7 quad, it should give great fps. But will the 7790 be able to perform too? I want to run these games at basic resolution and i will have 8gb of ram idk if that makes any difference. Thanks

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July 18, 2013 12:43:20 PM

Bad balance, for gaming, you'd want to go with more of this line. i5 3350p and HD 7970. No overclock required.

But this system is too good for just gaming, check this out please,

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July 18, 2013 1:19:56 PM

JPNpower said:
Bad balance, for gaming, you'd want to go with more of this line. i5 3350p and HD 7970. No overclock required.

But this system is too good for just gaming, check this out please,

Folding@Home is a "distributed computing" project. It lets users "donate" their unused computing power to help disease research in critical areas such as Cancer and Alzheimer's. Do the world, the future, and maybe you yourself some good by at least checking it out. Link here. http://folding.stanford.edu/

Moral things aside. Many performance enthusiasts love to compare how awesome their PC is by showing their points tally, or points per day capacity, for folding. Tom's Hardware has its own team right here! Come in and comment! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1580785/folding-ho...


Yeah I agree here, I would spend less on the CPU and more on the GPU. I would however go with an i5-4430 and an H87 motherboard, and then get a GTX 760. Good basic combo for less money.

Oh and off topic, but Muse = win. :D 
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July 18, 2013 3:25:08 PM

Yeah! somebody who knows!

concert in DC for the first time. I'm so excited...
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