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Computer build is it good? amd radeon

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December 27, 2013 12:43:27 AM

hey guys i built this computer wondering what your view is on it. Im a amd/radeon guy, so no intell/nvidia haters please :p  (but i don't mind) and for upgrade just say why and what you would change but i would like a solid reason to it and honest feel on the build

and to top it off is it a good build in Computer eyes for gaming??

Okies

MOTHERBOARD- Crosshair V Formula-Z 990fx

RAM- 20g @ 1800mhz

CPU- Amd Fx-9590 @4.7ghz OC @5.1GhZ amd3+ with cpu liquid cooling

GRAPHIC CARDS- 2xDuel Sapphire R9 270X OC 2g- Crossfire

Liquid Cooling for cpu em upgrading for liquid cool for Gpu's

PSU- 1300w

HARD DRIVE - 2Tb

also have eyefinity setup 3 monitors at 24inc 1080hd
December 27, 2013 1:01:08 AM

This CPU is somwthing more than good for gaming. It's more like epic for gaming... Congrats on your new build! I'm an Intel/Nvidia guy but heck your rig is too damn good :p 

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December 27, 2013 1:04:01 AM
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You better go for a single radeon r9 290x and it will perform well and you can crossfire it later if you want and also it is better to go for 2X8 GB RAM. It will be sufficient and usually dual channel RAM performs better and also add an ssd. I am an Intel/Radeon guy.
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December 27, 2013 1:06:12 AM

Me too am an intel/nvidia guy but that is quite the build you've got there.... I assume you have it powering a nice eyefinity setup?
December 27, 2013 1:18:10 AM

yeah i forgot to say i have eyefinity sett up 3 monitors at 24inc
and cheers for the feed back so far yeah just put a bit of money into it and was just curious on how it would handle top end for gaming i mean i smash bf4 up a bit but i was told to try cryis 3 so thats the next step
December 27, 2013 1:20:08 AM

Rohit G Nair said:
You better go for a single radeon r9 290x and it will perform well and you can crossfire it later if you want and also it is better to go for 2X8 GB RAM. It will be sufficient and usually dual channel RAM performs better and also add an ssd. I am an Intel/Radeon guy.



yeah ill look into a ssd man cheers for that
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