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New system for gaming/heavy video editing and rendering

Gtx 780 msi twin frozr 3gb.
I7 4770k OCed at 4.3ghz.
Liquid cooling.
750w 80+ gold psu.
Maximus vii hero.
16gb 2400mhz hyperX beast ram.
120gb SSD
1tb HDD
Windows 7 pro (64 bit)
bitfenix shinobi-xl-w.

Ok now I'm upgrading from a msi ge60, and I wanted to know if you think this build can run skyrim,
Mass effect 2, Gta4, bio-shock infinite, ect ect at mid to low quality
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    It can more than run Skyrim lol. This thing is way better than my setup, and I can run Skyrim with no lag at all on full settings.

    It should also have no problem with the other games mentioned. The hardware you have selected is very good to say the least.
  2. DonnyTechMaster said:
    It can more than run Skyrim lol. This thing is way better than my setup, and I can run Skyrim with no lag at all on full settings.

    It should also have no problem with the other games mentioned. The hardware you have selected is very good to say the least.


    Ah sorry I'm only 13 this is my second build. Been saving for a while... Last build was an... I2 2core underclocked (bad cooling) at 1.2ghz. I got the laptop for my Bday so I've been playing on that but I feel it's time to upgrade... Can you or anyone recommend any better parts?
  3. Looks very good, only thing better would be a 4930k and 2011 board. Thats a six core with hyper threading, but $500 for the chip. If you can budget fit it, itll more than be worth it for rendering and video editing. If you cant, then what you have is still a great build. Just my 2 cents.

    For this build though, you'll be looking at ultra settings at 1080p, at 1440p youll get high maybe ultra. If your wanting 4k, you'll need 780ti's or 290x's to push that.
  4. Dblkk said:
    Looks very good, only thing better would be a 4930k and 2011 board. Thats a six core with hyper threading, but $500 for the chip. If you can budget fit it, itll more than be worth it for rendering and video editing. If you cant, then what you have is still a great build. Just my 2 cents.

    For this build though, you'll be looking at ultra settings at 1080p, at 1440p youll get high maybe ultra. If your wanting 4k, you'll need 780ti's or 290x's to push that.


    Wow really I was going to be gaming via a wireless controller on a 720p 32inch TV. If it can handle 1080p I may just opt for that
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