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Is my system good enough?

Hey! I am currently in the process of choosing parts for a computer I will be building myself. What I wan't is your opinion on possible changes and what's good and "bad", here's what I've got:

Cooler Master Elite 430
MSI 970A-G46 Motherboard
Kingston HyperX Blu 1600MHz 2x4gb
PNY Geforce GTX 760 2gb
Toshiba HDD 1TB Sata 3 7200rpm
Corsair CX600 600W 80+ Bronze
Samsung SH-224DB/BEBE DVD-RW
Cooler master Sickle flow 120mm Extra
AMD FX 6300 X6 3,5 GHz

Will this play games on Ultra with 50 FPS?
Any advice is appriciated!
Games:
Far cry 3
Portal 1&2
Black ops 2
BF3
Assassin's creed 3
Skyrim
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  1. Having a 650ti with an fx8350 and playing preety much everything on ultra with 45+fps, i can preety much garantee that the 760 will have no problem maxing nmost games
  2. Kurifox said:
    Having a 650ti with an fx8350 and playing preety much everything on ultra with 45+fps, i can preety much garantee that the 760 will have no problem maxing nmost games


    Would it be an alternative changing to 660 ti ?
  3. yup..it will easily..max those games ..but i would suggest you to oc your FX 6300 jus to get the maximum out of it..
    but incase you play those games now...just make sure no programes are running ,except the game...
  4. 760 better than 660 ti in most cases.
    Here are some benchmarks http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/860?vs=854
  5. Can I overclock on a 970A-G46 Mobo?
  6. 760 will be better then 660 ti in nearly every game..(in GPU bound games certainly)..
  7. Best answer
    DireMe said:
    Kurifox said:
    Having a 650ti with an fx8350 and playing preety much everything on ultra with 45+fps, i can preety much garantee that the 760 will have no problem maxing nmost games


    Would it be an alternative changing to 660 ti ?


    I would keep the 760, they are even cards (760 is better in some specs, viceversa) it is also a newer card, that is always what you should consider aswell.
    the 760 is the best nvidia card for the money, it runs every game so far on max settings without much problem. in the future you can SLI and have a better performance (or the same) than a GTX Titan, keep the card :)
  8. I would get a better cpu. Personally, for gaming on a AMD, I wouldnt go lower than the fx 8350
  9. Well, almost true. On some games which are really CPU intensive (like strategy ant etc) CPU will bottlekneck your GPU, so better pick 8320 (8350 isn't worth its money)
  10. For me, building a budget rig, upgrading cpu = Downgrading GPU and vice versa...
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