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Will this pc be able to run bf4/next gen games on ultra/high settings

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January 8, 2014 11:44:50 AM

here is the link to the pc and is the cooling ok despite the fact that i am not plannig to overclock as it does not make much difference. http://www.freshtechsolutions.co.uk/custom-built-comput...
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January 8, 2014 11:50:07 AM

Yes, looks pretty good. The i5 being a 'k' series means its unlocked and ready to play, motherboard also being a very nice overclocking board. Your essentially paying an extra $150-200 for these overclocking components, and yes, maybe not right now as stock these should play bf4 and cod just fine, but if/when you overclock with these components, you will see a marginable increase in performance.
But anyways, nice system, you could build one (especially if your not going to overclock) for hundred less. But as far as a prebuild, its actually pretty cheap compared to what other companys would charge for this. But still hundred more than components themselves.
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January 8, 2014 11:51:33 AM

Dblkk said:
Yes, looks pretty good. The i5 being a 'k' series means its unlocked and ready to play, motherboard also being a very nice overclocking board. Your essentially paying an extra $150-200 for these overclocking components, and yes, maybe not right now as stock these should play bf4 and cod just fine, but if/when you overclock with these components, you will see a marginable increase in performance.
But anyways, nice system, you could build one (especially if your not going to overclock) for hundred less. But as far as a prebuild, its actually pretty cheap compared to what other companys would charge for this. But still hundred more than components themselves.


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January 8, 2014 11:52:14 AM

12391861,0,1463290 said:
Yes, looks pretty good. The i5 being a 'k' series means its unlocked and ready to play, motherboard also being a very nice overclocking board. Your essentially paying an extra $150-200 for these overclocking components, and yes, maybe not right now as stock these should play bf4 and cod just fine, but if/when you overclock with these components, you will see a marginable increase in performance.
But anyways, nice system, you could build one (especially if your not going to overclock) for hundred less. But as far as a prebuild, its actually pretty cheap compared to what other companys would charge for this. But still hundred more than components themselves.[/quotems

but could it run next gen games like bf4 etc on ultra to high standards
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January 8, 2014 11:54:47 AM

will-tonkin said:
12391861,0,1463290 said:
Yes, looks pretty good. The i5 being a 'k' series means its unlocked and ready to play, motherboard also being a very nice overclocking board. Your essentially paying an extra $150-200 for these overclocking components, and yes, maybe not right now

"as stock these should play bf4 and cod just fine,:

but if/when you overclock with these components, you will see a marginable increase in performance.
But anyways, nice system, you could build one (especially if your not going to overclock) for hundred less. But as far as a prebuild, its actually pretty cheap compared to what other companys would charge for this. But still hundred more than components themselves.[/quotems

but could it run next gen games like bf4 etc on ultra to high standards
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