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Feedback on custom gaming PC build

Hello, I am looking to build a gaming computer under 1500 dollars and I have a parts list. It needs to be fast, run next gen smooth, and overall be fast and good performance.

Here is the link http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3wcVA

What do you think? Is it a good build for running next gen? Will everything fit in the case? Will it be fast? Are the parts good or bad? Any feedback would be appreciated.
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  1. This thing will be super fast. It is a great build for "next gen" although what next-gen has brought us hasn't been the best so far. The parts are good. Everything will fit. Since you say you want it to be under 1500 then you could go with a 780ti for a little more speed.
  2. @ImPrettyIrish

    Are you sure? I really feel assured by your feedback but my brother thinks it's a crap build. In fact he believes when I don't follow his suggestions I'm wrong. Since he's older and he's built computers way before I have I just wanted to ask again if everything here is good quality, runs fast, etc.
  3. Anyone else have any suggestions? Anyone? Any feedback?
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    shawyanguy said:
    @ImPrettyIrish

    Are you sure? I really feel assured by your feedback but my brother thinks it's a crap build. In fact he believes when I don't follow his suggestions I'm wrong. Since he's older and he's built computers way before I have I just wanted to ask again if everything here is good quality, runs fast, etc.


    Please, don't listen to your brother. If you are just gaming/editing with this computer, it will do amazing. WAY better than my computer (because it's outdated slightly). To go EXTREMELY overkill you could go with the i7 4960X but that alone costs $1000+. You could also go with an i7 4770K. It is faster when it comes to applications such as Sony Vegas, Photoshop, Premier Pro, ect... Everything is good branded and reliable, but if you wanted to, you could go with watercooling. If this is your first build I strong don't recommend this because it is such a hassle to set up for the first time. In my opinion and I'm sure a lot of other people's opinions, this is definitely a great build.
  5. ImPrettyIrish said:
    shawyanguy said:
    @ImPrettyIrish

    Are you sure? I really feel assured by your feedback but my brother thinks it's a crap build. In fact he believes when I don't follow his suggestions I'm wrong. Since he's older and he's built computers way before I have I just wanted to ask again if everything here is good quality, runs fast, etc.


    Please, don't listen to your brother. If you are just gaming/editing with this computer, it will do amazing. WAY better than my computer (because it's outdated slightly). To go EXTREMELY overkill you could go with the i7 4960X but that alone costs $1000+. You could also go with an i7 4770K. It is faster when it comes to applications such as Sony Vegas, Photoshop, Premier Pro, ect... Everything is good branded and reliable, but if you wanted to, you could go with watercooling. If this is your first build I strong don't recommend this because it is such a hassle to set up for the first time. In my opinion and I'm sure a lot of other people's opinions, this is definitely a great build.


    My brother is actually helping me build it and i revised it. Thanks very much.
  6. shawyanguy said:
    ImPrettyIrish said:
    shawyanguy said:
    @ImPrettyIrish

    Are you sure? I really feel assured by your feedback but my brother thinks it's a crap build. In fact he believes when I don't follow his suggestions I'm wrong. Since he's older and he's built computers way before I have I just wanted to ask again if everything here is good quality, runs fast, etc.


    Please, don't listen to your brother. If you are just gaming/editing with this computer, it will do amazing. WAY better than my computer (because it's outdated slightly). To go EXTREMELY overkill you could go with the i7 4960X but that alone costs $1000+. You could also go with an i7 4770K. It is faster when it comes to applications such as Sony Vegas, Photoshop, Premier Pro, ect... Everything is good branded and reliable, but if you wanted to, you could go with watercooling. If this is your first build I strong don't recommend this because it is such a hassle to set up for the first time. In my opinion and I'm sure a lot of other people's opinions, this is definitely a great build.


    My brother is actually helping me build it and i revised it. Thanks very much.


    Yea, it was my pleasure.
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