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August 3, 2013 8:49:29 AM

Hello everything. I'am gonna buy a gaming computer and I don't wanna buy a computer I have to change my specs in a year. I want a gaming computer that can play high end gaming for atleast 3 years without changing any of the components in the computer. So is this a good rig? Btw, gonna play on a 1080p single monitor with 144hz.

Specs:
CM Storm Stryker
XFX ProSeries Core Edition 850W PSU
Intel Core i5-4670K
ASUS Z87-A, Socket-1150 ATX
Cooler Master Seidon 120M
Crucial DDR3 BallistiX Sport 16GB
Gainward GeForce GTX 770 2GB
Gainward GeForce GTX 770 2GB
SSD: Kingston SSDNow V300 120GB
HDD: Seagate Barracuda® 1TB SATA
a b 4 Gaming
August 3, 2013 8:53:42 AM

That will last you for several years, at least the 3 you are looking for, probably more.
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August 3, 2013 9:07:26 AM

jitpublisher said:
That will last you for several years, at least the 3 you are looking for, probably more.


Thanks. But is it anything I should change on the components?
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a b 4 Gaming
August 3, 2013 9:14:53 AM

Axzevos said:
jitpublisher said:
That will last you for several years, at least the 3 you are looking for, probably more.


Thanks. But is it anything I should change on the components?


I would go for a Samsung 840 pro SSD, but thats just my personnel preference. I am not much of a Kingston fan myself.
They both perform very close.
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August 3, 2013 9:16:40 AM

jitpublisher said:
Axzevos said:
jitpublisher said:
That will last you for several years, at least the 3 you are looking for, probably more.


Thanks. But is it anything I should change on the components?


I would go for a Samsung 840 pro SSD, but thats just my personnel preference. I am not much of a Kingston fan myself.
They both perform very close.


I know. But then I can't get 16GB ram :( .
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a b 4 Gaming
August 3, 2013 9:23:02 AM

Axzevos said:
jitpublisher said:
Axzevos said:
jitpublisher said:
That will last you for several years, at least the 3 you are looking for, probably more.


Thanks. But is it anything I should change on the components?


I would go for a Samsung 840 pro SSD, but thats just my personnel preference. I am not much of a Kingston fan myself.
They both perform very close.


I know. But then I can't get 16GB ram :( .


Like I said, its really just my preference. Overall, you have a solid build picked out and will be a top performer for years to come. Anyone can nitpick every little part you have selected for some reason or another. But you asked, so I just gave you my 2 cents worth. If what you have works for your budget, then stick with it!
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