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Good Computer Specs to run games medium to high settings

ASUS Maximus VII Ranger - motherboard
Sealed Liquid Cooling System
Intel Core i7 4790 Quad-Core 3.6GHz - processor
650 Watt Corsair RM650 - power supply
Single 1GB NVIDIA GTX 750 - graphics card
8GB Cosair Vengeance Memory - RAM
1TB SATA 6.0 GB/S, 7200 RPM, 32 MB Cache - HDD
Im kinda new to this stuff, just want to know if i have everything i need.
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  1. MachoNacho007 said:
    ASUS Maximus VII Ranger - motherboard
    Sealed Liquid Cooling System
    Intel Core i7 4790 Quad-Core 3.6GHz - processor
    650 Watt Corsair RM650 - power supply
    Single 1GB NVIDIA GTX 750 - graphics card
    8GB Cosair Vengeance Memory
    Im kinda new to this stuff, just want to know if i have everything i need.


    should run new games at high/ultra bf4 most likley at high
  2. if your on a fix build drop to a 4670k and use the money for a faster gpu the 750 is a entry level card.
  3. smorizio said:
    if your on a fix build drop to a 4670k and use the money for a faster gpu the 750 is a entry level card.

    Should I move to a 760 or 770? and should i upgrade my power supply for that?
  4. a good 650 should be fine if you want to be safe then get a 750w. look at the games your going to play and some fps test online. see if the money for the 770 card would be worth it. the 770 for it price is a great card.
  5. My advise:
    Coolermaster silent pro 1000 Gold PSU
    Asus maximus hero VI Mobo
    8Gb Gskill ribjaws
    Intel 4670K CPU
    Samsung 120Gb SSD
    Gforce gtx 770 (any brand)
    Should be what you are looking for, if you prefer AMD could be a asus Mobo + AMD 8350 + OC
  6. Best answer
    MachoNacho007 said:
    smorizio said:
    if your on a fix build drop to a 4670k and use the money for a faster gpu the 750 is a entry level card.

    Should I move to a 760 or 770? and should i upgrade my power supply for that?


    Go for whichever is in your budget; both the 760 and 770 should provide great performance, obviously the 770 is better, but if you're not willing to pay extra for it, the 760 isn't far off. You should NOT need to upgrade your PSU either, as the NVIDIA recommends the GTX 760 on 500W, whereas the GTX 770 is recommended a 600W.

    You don't need an i7 purely for gaming by the way, an i5-4670k (as suggested by smorizio) is more than adequate. Get the K only if you plan on overclocking the CPU, as your motherboard does support it. If you're not planning to overclock, then just pick up a i5-4670 (notice there is no "k" on the end.) Of course, ensure you're also purchasing a case for your build, as well as additional fans, if not supplied with the case.

    All the best. :)
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