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PC Compatibility what to change/add. Noobcake Setup

1. Is this a compatible setup for heavy gaming at high setting 50+ FPS 1080p?
2. what to change?
3. can the PSU do it?
4. Cheaper Fx-8350 setup? because money is precious
5. CASE PLEASE!!!
CPU: Intel Core i5 4570 Haswell 3.2Ghz 6MB L3 Cache s1150 - Box
Mobo: Asus H87-PRO LGA1150, Intel H87, DDR3 1600, 2xPCI-E, VGA, DVI, HDMI, DP
Ram: G.Skill 2x4GB DDR3 1600Mhz PC3-12800 F3-1600C11D-8GNT
GPU: Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 BOOST 3GB GDDR5 DX11 PCI-E
HDD:Seagate 1TB Barracuda Sata III ST1000DM003
PSU: Antec High Current Gamer 520W Modular Active PFC 13.5cm PSU Retail
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  1. Setup seems valid for heavy gaming, PSU will be fine if you wont mess with overclocking.
  2. Do you already have this setup or is it a parts list to get, also what is the budget?
  3. Ra_V_en said:
    Setup seems valid for heavy gaming, PSU will be fine if you wont mess with overclocking.


    I hate OC-ing.I do not trust it.
  4. combine1237 said:
    Do you already have this setup or is it a parts list to get, also what is the budget?


    the shipping to my country is diffrent but.. in Dollars it would be roughly 750 bucks.
    I dont have this setup its a part of list to get
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    therealamateur said:
    Ra_V_en said:
    Setup seems valid for heavy gaming, PSU will be fine if you wont mess with overclocking.


    I hate OC-ing.I do not trust it.


    1) As stated before.
    2) No, its just fine.
    3) Here you have the answer then.
    4) Not sure why would i do that... personally i wouldn't take that i5 tho. Instead xeon e3-1230v2 with an older and cheaper mobo.
    5) You have PSU already so anything you like ;)
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