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Is it a good system for heavy gaming?

Hello!
I am building a computer right now, which gonna be focused on heavy gaming, for example -
ULTRA BF4, ULTRA Titanfall, and stuff like that. I am planning to use 1080P and probably not more.

So this is the specs -
CPU : Intel Core i5 4670k Haswell 3.4ghz 6mb
Motherboard : Asus Z87 Plus
RAM : Corsair Vengeance 2*4 DDR3 1600MHZ
Graphic Card : Sapphire Radeon R9 290 TRI-X OC BF4 Edition 4GB
PSU : Corsair RM750 750W Gold Active

So is it a good system for heavy gaming for 1080P?
and how long it will take till i'll need to do an upgrade again?

As i said i plan to play all latest game on ULTRA, like BF4 and Titanfall. in 1080P.

Thank you and have a great day! If you need more information just ask.
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  1. add an aftermarket cooler if you plan to do heavy gaming on BF4
  2. dandn0ten said:
    add an aftermarket cooler if you plan to do heavy gaming on BF4


    no problem.. with it.. will it run the latest games on ultra?
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    it keeps the cpu cool though but not sure about how hot will your cpu be on ultra (depends on aftermarket cooler as well) because when i played BF4 on ultra my temps were around 57-63c and on Titanfall at max settings was 67-74c . i bet you can run these two games with 40-50fps on ultra
  4. dandn0ten said:
    it keeps the cpu cool though but not sure about how hot will your cpu be on ultra (depends on aftermarket cooler as well) because when i played BF4 on ultra my temps were around 57-63c and on Titanfall at max settings was 67-74c . i bet you can run these two games with 40-50fps on ultra


    only ~45 fps?
    lol i expected ~60 fps with R9 290 OC and with all the specs.

    shouldn't it be at ~60 fps in bf4 ultra with this build?
  5. it will also depend on your anti-aliasing without it yes you will definitely run around 55-60fps
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