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August 8, 2013 4:04:00 PM

Hello! I am looking at buying a gaming computer for next-gen games such as Assassins Creed 4, GTA 5, Battlefield 4, and other games. I was wondering if this is a good build!

CPU: i7 3770

GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670

RAM: 16GB of 1600MHz RAM

STORAGE: 2TB 7200 RPM

I know these games are not out yet so we don't have a good idea on how hard it will be to run these games. But based on how good these components are do you all think it will be able to play next-gen games on ultra settings with FXAA with at least 35fps. My resolution will be at 1080p.

Thanks!

P.S. Please dont tell me to go get a GTX 760 or a GTX 770 I am not building this myself I am buying it pre-built from Best Buy for around $1,400.

Thanks In Advance! :) 

-SixHunters129
August 8, 2013 4:06:49 PM

i would use a 8 core CPU like the AMD FX 8350 as the next gen consoles are being made with 8 core CPUs so many publishers will start making games that really benefit the 8 core CPUs
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August 8, 2013 4:25:11 PM

SixHunters129 said:
Hello! I am looking at buying a gaming computer for next-gen games such as Assassins Creed 4, GTA 5, Battlefield 4, and other games. I was wondering if this is a good build!

CPU: i7 3770

GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670

RAM: 16GB of 1600MHz RAM

STORAGE: 2TB 7200 RPM

I know these games are not out yet so we don't have a good idea on how hard it will be to run these games. But based on how good these components are do you all think it will be able to play next-gen games on ultra settings with FXAA with at least 35fps. My resolution will be at 1080p.

Thanks!

P.S. Please dont tell me to go get a GTX 760 or a GTX 770 I am not building this myself I am buying it pre-built from Best Buy for around $1,400.

Thanks In Advance! :) 

-SixHunters129


To give you a general answer. That computer is fine. The 760 anyone would tell you to choose instead performs at the 670 level. That is part of its appeal. So if anything you're getting similar performance.

However, would you consider building your own computer? Because although this system will work for what you want it to do. You could build a much better one. Especially for a budget of $1,400.
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August 8, 2013 4:43:01 PM

Yes, I know I could build a better one for the same price if not cheaper, but I have never built a computer and this is my first gaming computer. I am afraid I would ruin it if I were to build it. But will this build be able to get 40+fps on ultra for next gen games.

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August 8, 2013 5:21:08 PM

So, overall this is a good computer for next-gen games on ultra settings.

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August 8, 2013 5:33:05 PM

It should be although someone in another post brought up an interesting point which is that next gen consoles are going to have AMD tech. So game devs might tilt towards optimizing for AMD configurations.

Logically makes sense. but who knows
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August 8, 2013 5:35:12 PM

Rok125 said:
It should be although someone in another post brought up an interesting point which is that next gen consoles are going to have AMD tech. So game devs might tilt towards optimizing for AMD configurations.

Logically makes sense. but who knows


yay it was me lol
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August 8, 2013 11:23:34 PM

Please dont make multiple threads, I just deleted all your others on this topic and no doubt some will be annoyed that their contribution is now lost.
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September 28, 2013 10:47:58 AM

I think Core I5-3570k Can beat core i7-3770 and it is also cheaper...
and no need of gtx 670.....!!! Gtx 760 Is Cheaper and will give u around 50+ fps on ultra 1080p..!!!
And If u Only Want to Play Games So there is no need of 16gb of ram it is just a waste of money...!!!

Try To Understand That it is cheaper and better in some ways..!!!

Have a good luck..!!

Just Cencel u r order And Try to build Yourself it is just a fun :D 
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