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Gaming PC build suggestions

Hello! Im building a gaming PC (For home use also) and I was wondering if any one had suggestions for me! I am only 14 so money is an object and Im saving myself, my parents are not paying for it. I will be doing some YouTube videos and I was wondering if 8GB RAM will do it for rendering videos? I wont be doing to much rendering and I can render overnight if I have to. Here is my current build:

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3rJOd

Also I do not want to spend $500 on SonyVegas so are any other suggestions that will do it for me?

Thanks for the help dudes!!!

Luke
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    great build, but drop the extra fan cuz your case only supports 1 120mm and it comes with one already. and yes, 8gb is enough, but if you can afford it 12gb or 16gb is great.
  2. Danbuscus25 said:
    great build, but drop the extra fan cuz your case only supports 1 120mm and it comes with one already. and yes, 8gb is enough, but if you can afford it 12gb or 16gb is great.

    Okay good to know about the fan! :D I think I will put the money from the fan to get 12GB RAM. I know the fan will not be enough to keep the total the same but I think I will do it anyway.

    Thanks so so so much man!

    Luke
  3. Danbuscus25 said:
    great build, but drop the extra fan cuz your case only supports 1 120mm and it comes with one already. and yes, 8gb is enough, but if you can afford it 12gb or 16gb is great.


    Okay here is the updated build:

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3rKSQ

    Luke
  4. no problem, and happy building :)
  5. Don't spend $30 on those two corsair fans. These fans are WAY quieter than the corsair fans (35dba vs 19dba) and move the same amount of air due to a better design.
    Either spend $30 on the 4 cougars: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835553009
    OR
    spend $28 on these two Cougars if you plan to mount them horizontally to the top of the case: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835553005

    Also, a GTX 660 OC edition would give you better performance for the same price as the 750Ti.
  6. If you wanted better performance in games i would upgrade your gpu
  7. the case cant support all those fans you just suggested. and try to get a r9 270x or 760 if you can afford it.
  8. Danbuscus25 said:
    the case cant support all those fans you just suggested. and try to get a r9 270x or 760 if you can afford it.


    Believe it or not I respond to you like a week later! Lol! Yeah I wont be playing demanding games (Minecraft, Trials Evo 2) so I don't need a better GPU. I should get about what 125 FPS on Minecraft?
  9. in minecratf, you should be able to get max settings at 100fps+, and if you want to record while playing you will still probly play well over 100fps, and you could get a higher resolution resource pack too :D
  10. Danbuscus25 said:
    in minecratf, you should be able to get max settings at 100fps+, and if you want to record while playing you will still probly play well over 100fps, and you could get a higher resolution resource pack too :D


    Yeah I use Faithful 3 32x32 texture pack for minecraft currently. I chose to go with a fully modular PSU because it just seemed like it would be a good idea, also I chose to go with a 140mm side panel fan with the corsair 400r case. Here is the updated build.

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3tIMw
  11. that is a great build for minecraft :D
  12. Danbuscus25 said:
    that is a great build for minecraft :D


    Yeah that's mostly what I will record so that's what I'm building for! :D :)
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