I decided to build a gaming PC, one that can run the most graphically intense games for perhaps the next few years. For a comparison, let's use Battlefield 4 - I want to be able to run BF4 on ultra settings 1080p with a solid 60fps
So far these are the pieces of hardware I am going to buy to build my PC.
As you can tell, I still need to look for a PSU, and a HDD and computer Case.
My question(s) is, are these pieces of hardware good enough to run BF4 on ultra settings 1080p with a solid 60fps? Also,since I'm on budget of around £700, what HDD and PSU and computer case do you guys suggest I buy baring in mind that all the hardware listed above so far costs roughly £570. ( I can exceed my budget if I have to )
Great price. Go for it. I asked because it might've been cheaper to get a GTX 770 and buy BF4 separately, but that price is perfect.
Doubt it. If I have to then I might do. Not sure... didn't even think of that to be honest.
It would increase performance without having to replace your graphics card (just adding another one), and might be a better price/performance ratio than replacing your graphics card with a more powerful one.
I might crossfire in future, but I'll be more likely to just buy a new GPU instead, since in future money wont be an issue, I hope. Let's go without crossfire.
I am looking for a decent size caze, not too small and not too big, a case big enough to allow for adequate ventilation. I'd say around 60cm from front to back and 50cm from bottom to top. and about 20cm from side to side.