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I want to build a gaming PC. Will this setup work?

Hello all,
I want to buy;
1)Intel Core i7-4820K Ivy Bridge-E 3.7GHz (Turbo 3.9GHz) LGA 2011 130W Desktop Processor BX80633i74820K

2)1000 Watt 1000W 140mm Fan ATX Power Supply 12V 2.3 EPS12V 2.92 Quad SLI-ready PCI-Express SATA 20/24 PIN Intel AMD by KENTEK

3)SanDisk SDSSDP-064G-G25 2.5" 64GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)

4)Fractal Design Core 1000 FD-CA-CORE-1000-USB3-BL Black Steel MicroATX Mid Tower Computer Case

5)ASRock B85 Pro4 LGA 1150 Intel B85 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard

6)Seagate Barracuda 1 TB HDD SATA 6 Gb/s NCQ 64MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive ST1000DM003

7)XFX Double D R9-280X-TDFD Radeon R9 280X 3GB 384-Bit GDDR5 CrossFireX Support Video Card

8)G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 4GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1066 (PC3 8500) Desktop Memory Model F3-8500CL7S-4GBRL

9) I also want it to have wireless but I am clueless in this matter


Will this setup work? Can I play games with max settings? Can I play new upcoming games like GTA 5 and Call Of Duty Advanced Warfare?

Thanks,
Linerider1000
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  1. You are spending WAY too much on the cpu and not enough for the graphics card. 1000W is also way to much and you would only need about 750W-850W. You will also want 8GB of RAM in dual channel and should run at 1600 or higher.

    All you need is a wireless pci-e card like this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833166076&cm_re=wireless_pcie-_-33-166-076-_-Product But i advise against gaming over wifi.... those latencies are annoying in FPS games.
  2. http://hexus.net/tech/news/cpu/70961-intel-roadmap-leak-broadwell-k-cpus-arrive-early-2015/
    the 2011 cpu wont work on 1150mb yu need a 2011 pin mb. myself I see if yu can swing the newer haswell-e set up or wait for the newer intel cpu in jan. use black friday and cyber monday to pick up most of your newer parts. by the fall hopefully nvidia and amd newer gpu will have dropped.
  3. pigsinspace72 said:
    You are spending WAY too much on the cpu and not enough for the graphics card. 1000W is also way to much and you would only need about 750W-850W. You will also want 8GB of RAM in dual channel and should run at 1600 or higher.

    All you need is a wireless pci-e card like this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833166076&cm_re=wireless_pcie-_-33-166-076-_-Product But i advise against gaming over wifi.... those latencies are annoying in FPS games.



    I want to run dual graphics cards in the near future though. But anyways, what would you recommend for my cpu and gpu?
  4. So many things wrong here:
    Too much CPU
    Too much and crappy PSU
    Too small SSD
  5. Okay, what specs would you all recommend?
  6. Best answer
    Hello, I made a simple build for you, feel free to customize things like the case, or colored ram, etc.
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/NZ4gQ7

    The 4670k is good for gaming, and easily you may OC or get a bit of a cheaper non "k" part. For 1080p gaming the 770 is great, but if you spot a r9 280 for less than the cost of the 770 jump on it, because it's better.
  7. if your ging to buy now I get an asus-a mb or higher mb. then the 4670k replacment (devil canon cpu do to it having better tim paste). 120g ssd 8g of 1866/2133 ram. a 2tb hard drive and a r300 window case from cosair. the posted power supply and video card you had. if you can wait till the fall to start buying i would get a nvidia maxwell 800 cpu that going to replace the 700 line. and newer 1151 intel cpu and mb. the newer mb and cpu will let you drop in one more newer cpu. if not buy the z97 and brodwell cpu.
  8. Demorthus said:
    Hello, I made a simple build for you, feel free to customize things like the case, or colored ram, etc.
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/NZ4gQ7

    The 4670k is good for gaming, and easily you may OC or get a bit of a cheaper non "k" part. For 1080p gaming the 770 is great, but if you spot a r9 280 for less than the cost of the 770 jump on it, because it's better.


    I dont want to sound like a noobcake (Ali-A's words) but what is an ssd and do i really need one? And I dont want to spend that much on a motherboard. Is there a cheaper one?
  9. linerider1000 said:


    I dont want to sound like a noobcake (Ali-A's words) but what is an ssd and do i really need one? And I dont want to spend that much on a motherboard. Is there a cheaper one?


    An SSD is a Solid Stae Drive. Like a regular hard drive, but no moving parts. Much more expensive per GB, and way way faster for some things, but they work very, very well.
    Do you need one? No, not really. Personally I'd not build a new PC without one, but it is not critical.
  10. USAFRet said:
    linerider1000 said:


    I dont want to sound like a noobcake (Ali-A's words) but what is an ssd and do i really need one? And I dont want to spend that much on a motherboard. Is there a cheaper one?


    An SSD is a Solid Stae Drive. Like a regular hard drive, but no moving parts. Much more expensive per GB, and way way faster for some things, but they work very, very well.
    Do you need one? No, not really. Personally I'd not build a new PC without one, but it is not critical.


    Okay, thanks. I think i will leave it out for the time being and also buy that in the near future. I dont want to spend that much for 125GB of space.
  11. What do you all think of my new build?
    http://pcpartpicker.com/user/linerider1000/saved/xmKcCJ
  12. You don't need a wired network adapter, your motherboard already provides it. Only 50$+ sound cards are really worth it and on a budget build, you shouldn't need one.

    Also, you should get a pcie wifi adapter and not a usb one. A wired connection will always be better than wireless
  13. pigsinspace72 said:
    You don't need a wired network adapter, your motherboard already provides it. Only 50$+ sound cards are really worth it and on a budget build, you shouldn't need one.

    Also, you should get a pcie wifi adapter and not a usb one. A wired connection will always be better than wireless


    What do you mean wired network adapter and does my motherboard support sound or do i have to buy that separately also? Can you just make your recommended changes and link me to it?
  14. get rid of the wired network adapter and your motherboard has sound. Get a pcie network adapter and not usb if you want to use wifi such as http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16833166047&cm_re=pcie_wifi-_-33-166-047-_-Product

    Im pretty sure you can't over clock on a B85 motherboard
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