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June 18, 2014 4:40:54 PM

I going to buy this build for cristmas is good??? I hope the price of this build goes down in cristmas http://pcpartpicker.com/p/8TYhmG 2ways SLI in the future. all parts are compatibles? This build is for Games like watch dogs, assasin creed 5, the divison and other heavy games is good? Not sure to do overclocking
June 18, 2014 4:46:23 PM

If you are planning to build, recheck in xmas. A lot changes in 6 months when it comes to computers.

Best thing to do is have a set budget and build the best you can at the time for that budget. When you plan to build check this thread and the boys over at systems will get you the best bang for your buck.
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June 18, 2014 4:49:20 PM

Hey man,

A few things you could change to save money and you wont be sacrificing anything. The i7 is unnecessary if you only want to game. i5 4670k will save you a hundred bucks and will perform just as well. Your PSU is way overkill (estimated wattage is like 400 something and you have a 1000watt psu).

Your build is very similar to mine. I love the thor v2 but beware the thing is a beast so check if it will even fit under your desk. That asus monitor is amazing.. absolutely love it. Remember to goto device manager and set the resfresh rate to 144hz though (for me it default to 60hz so I had shitty frames until I figured that out).

The 212 evo comes with thermal paste so you dont really need any. Last thing is im not sure if the ti version of that card is really worth it.. maybe search google for benchmarks to see how much gain you would get.

Just so you know, windows 7 is better
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June 18, 2014 4:49:43 PM

That is good, but your motherboard and RAM overkill (the motherboard is only overckill if you don't want to overclock, but if you ever decide to, it is great for that). Ask someone here for a motherboard if you want a cheaper one, I don't know many of the z97 versions. For the RAM, you can stick with yours and get an 8GB version (games don't use anywhere near 8GB, but 16GB is way too much in general unless an application you use needs it). All you need is 1600MHz, but 1866MHz may come in use in the future (games are starting to like faster ram nowadays). Also, you don't need an i7. An i5 4690k will be just fine.

You also only need somewhere around 850 watts for your PSU in SLI.
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June 18, 2014 6:12:11 PM

yanwill rivera said:
I going to buy this build for cristmas is good??? I hope the price of this build goes down in cristmas http://pcpartpicker.com/p/8TYhmG 2ways SLI in the future. all parts are compatibles? This build is for Games like watch dogs, assasin creed 5, the divison and other heavy games is good? Not sure to do overclocking


Nods would be a smart build but I think the 1KW PSU is overkill unless you running multiple video cards. Also as noted by some, wont' matter for Xmas, I would instead be saving the money up (you now have a price range and sort of hardware specs you want to use) and thern go price shopping 2 weeks before Black Friday. Fry's Electronics among others will be deep discounting systems (and monitors, etc.) to make room for BF, for example I picked up a i5 Laptop a couple years ago for around $149, and worked perfectly (tested right there) because it was the 'last model out' but was still taking up space.
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June 18, 2014 9:39:59 PM

yanwill rivera said:
I going to buy this build for cristmas is good??? I hope the price of this build goes down in cristmas http://pcpartpicker.com/p/8TYhmG 2ways SLI in the future. all parts are compatibles? This build is for Games like watch dogs, assasin creed 5, the divison and other heavy games is good? Not sure to do overclocking


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