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July 30, 2013 3:43:30 PM

hi ive selected some specs for a system im building myself and im hoping to run all current games and even future ones like battlefield 4 on around 40-60+ fps and no lag what so ever
here are my specs:

psu: Corsair HX850 Professional Series HX 850W ATX/EPS Modular 80 PLUS Gold PSU(850 watt)

memory: 32 gb 1600mhz ram corsair

Graphics card: evga NVIDIA gtx 780(will be liquid cooled)

Motherboard: Crosshair V formula Z

Wireless card: ASUS PCE-N15 - 300Mbps Wireless N PCI-E adapter. 802.11n

cpu: AMD FX8350

Cooling: custom liquid cooling water loop
1x triple radiator
1x double radiator

Case: Corsair carbide 540 air

monitor: benq XL2420T LED Monitor

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July 30, 2013 3:57:58 PM

1. With a GTX780, you want a i5 , either 4670K or 3570K.
2. No game will use more than 2-3gb. 8gb is the norm, but I have no problem with 16gb.
If you want more than 16gb, you need more than home premium to support it.
3. I am not hot on liquid cooling vs. air in a decent case.
4. GTX780 only needs 575W. If you are planning on sli, then 850W is ok.
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July 31, 2013 4:40:46 PM

geofelt said:
1. With a GTX780, you want a i5 , either 4670K or 3570K.
2. No game will use more than 2-3gb. 8gb is the norm, but I have no problem with 16gb.
If you want more than 16gb, you need more than home premium to support it.
3. I am not hot on liquid cooling vs. air in a decent case.
4. GTX780 only needs 575W. If you are planning on sli, then 850W is ok.

i want to stick to amd because its cheaper and in my opinion better for enhanced gaming but then again thats a personal opinon and i have 32gb ram just because i can im not looking on holding back on specs and thanks for the heads up on the i need more than home preimeum i do i have windows 8 pro
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December 6, 2013 3:35:49 AM

32Gb ram is good for video editing and softwares like aftereffects, etc.
AMD's single core performance is not good and games don't really use that many cores at present so you will be at loss with cpu.
If possible, try to get 780 ti, believe me, you won't regret it!
PSU is solid.
And why don't you add a Samsung 840 evo ssd also? (for os and games) pro will be better if you can afford it.
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