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May 3, 2014 2:47:34 PM

Well I was planning on getting a new PC soon and I will use it for gaming ONLY ant literally nothing else at all... My budget isn't really huge and prices of computer parts are literally double the price compared to the ones in USA

AMD FX 6300 3.5 gHz
nVidia GTX 760 2GB GDDR5
8GB DDR3 2400 mHz
1 TB WD Black 7200 RPM SATA 3
500W PSU
Windows 7 64-bit

Whatever case and motherboard that fits the build since I couldn't care less about power consumption, heat, noise, usb 3.0, or any other thing that isn't needed for gaming.

Now my questions:

1. If I keep the build on stock with no overclocking could i max out BF4 on 1080p ( with no AA ) and other newer games like that

2. If i decide to overclock is the Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO a good cooler for overclocking the processor to about 4.0 - 4.2 ( keeping it at those speeds 24/7 ) and will it even make a FPS / loaf time difference if i do that anyways

3. can i even overclock considering the 500 W PSU ( since it comes with the case for a really cheap price )

4. Is there a major difference in FPS with 1600 mHz RAM and 2400 mHz

5. and ofc Is anything bottlenecking here? ( processor? Graphics? PSU maybe too weak? )



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May 3, 2014 3:09:35 PM

Use a motherboard with a970 series chipset .
The Asrock 970 Extreme3 is usually the best price

I would just use 1600 Mhz RAM . Not worth the extra cost for faster RAM . Usually .

A quality 500 watt psu would be fine . Make sure its 80+ bronze or better . And not thermaltake

What country are you in ?
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May 3, 2014 4:19:13 PM

Outlander_04 said:
Use a motherboard with a970 series chipset .
The Asrock 970 Extreme3 is usually the best price

I would just use 1600 Mhz RAM . Not worth the extra cost for faster RAM . Usually .

A quality 500 watt psu would be fine . Make sure its 80+ bronze or better . And not thermaltake

What country are you in ?


Im from Bosnia and Herzegovina....
Btw what does that 80+ Bronze Mean since everyone is mentioning it....
And why not thermaltake? Just asking....


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May 3, 2014 4:53:09 PM

Thermaltake usually = poor quality

http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm

Read the links at the top left . They will explain about psu qualities .

80+ bronze or better psu's can deliver the smooth steady current and frequencies that modern processors need
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May 4, 2014 3:47:21 AM

Ok thanks for the info :) 
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