I am building a new Budget Gaming PC.

Hi, I am from Romania and I am building a new Budget Gaming PC.I am looking forward to buy :
GPU : MSI HD7790 OC 2GB
Mobo : ASRock 970 PRO3 R2.0 or ASRock 980DE3/U3S3
CPU : AMD FX-6300 Black Edition
Ram : Kingston HyperX Blu 4GB (4x1) - I will buy extra 4 gb later.
PSU : High Power Plus 500W
HDD : WD Blue WD10EZEX
Case : Zalman Z3

I already have the Case,CPU and PSU.So what about the other components? Do I have to change them ?
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  1. ok if your on a budget this seems like a pretty decent build.. in the future if you wanna upgrade this personally would be my priority: RAM(8-16gb), GPU, SSD
  2. for gaming 8gb is enough and that video card hd 7790 is good enough for gaming or u can consider gtx 650ti or 660
  3. nashdes001 said:
    for gaming 8gb is enough and that video card hd 7790 is good enough for gaming or u can consider gtx 650ti or 660

    GTX 660 > HD7790 > GTX 650TI
    The 660 is too expensive in my budget and the 7790 is better than 650 TI.
  4. hd 7790 is best for u then
    good luck :D
  5. What about the Mobo or the HDD ?
  6. Mobo
    ASRock 970 PRO3 R2.0
    and HDD WD blue is good in gaming Harddisk has less importance and video card and cpu :P
  7. i would get the R7 260X so you have mantle API and True Audio just to be safe its almost the same price
  8. mrpizzaface said:
    i would get the R7 260X so you have mantle API and True Audio just to be safe its almost the same price

    Yes, it's the same price, but remember, it's the same video card just with another name.It's not worth buying it, it's a new card and it will crash in many games and apps because of it's beta driver versions.
  9. DilawU said:
    mrpizzaface said:
    i would get the R7 260X so you have mantle API and True Audio just to be safe its almost the same price

    Yes, it's the same price, but remember, it's the same video card just with another name.It's not worth buying it, it's a new card and it will crash in many games and apps because of it's beta driver versions.


    I have heard that AMD is thightning down on the Crashes and such, but they could still be buggy but it still is a worthwhile improvment when you get mantle a Current Gen card and True Audio. and most of the time it dosnt crash (i own a R9 270X my self and it hasnt crashed on me since the Driver updates in the first of the year)
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