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Is this a gaming rig, thats good for about 3-4 years?

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July 12, 2014 6:41:53 AM

This may become my computer! :D  this is the second time i am posting this, because something went worng the first time.

GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX780 3GB DC2 OC
CPU: Intel i7 4790k
CPU Cooler: Cooler master nepton 280l
Case: Cooler master storm trooper
Power Supply: Cooler Master v700w
Optical Drive: Samsung SH-224DB/BEBE
Motherboard: ASUS Z97-A
RAM: Crucial BallistixSport 16GB 1600MHz
Mouse and Keyboard: CM Devastator
Monitor: BenQ GL2450E

Is there anything mayor i NEED (by that i mean no comments like (for example power supply) to change and is everything compatible with each other? :D 

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July 12, 2014 6:45:48 AM

Should be good for at least 2 years, but even then, you can easily change out a couple of parts
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July 12, 2014 6:48:04 AM

Xproyect said:
Should be good for at least 2 years, but even then, you can easily change out a couple of parts


anything i could do to, increase the years? or is there some parts in my build that decreases the years?
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July 12, 2014 6:48:46 AM

3 yrs nah even now 780 slutters in watch dogs,if companies does the games like that it wont serve you 60fps for a long
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July 12, 2014 6:50:16 AM

Denis Stoikovski said:
3 yrs nah even now 780 slutters in watch dogs,if companies does the games like that it wont serve you 60fps for a long


What graphic card do you recommend?
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July 12, 2014 6:53:12 AM

Martinoo said:
Xproyect said:
Should be good for at least 2 years, but even then, you can easily change out a couple of parts


anything i could do to, increase the years? or is there some parts in my build that decreases the years?


I said "at least" 2 years, i'm sue you'll be fine for 3-4 years, but you might want to get 32gb ram in like 3 years
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July 12, 2014 6:55:06 AM

Martinoo said:
Denis Stoikovski said:
3 yrs nah even now 780 slutters in watch dogs,if companies does the games like that it wont serve you 60fps for a long


What graphic card do you recommend?


No the 780 is a beast am sayng that if companies are not optimizating their games even titan wont serve good(gtx titan dips to 40 fps in watch dogs ultra 1080p
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July 12, 2014 6:56:17 AM

Tech advances so fast that you can't forsee if certain build is going to be good in a couple of years. If you want to stay in the game you will have to upgrade periodically.
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July 12, 2014 6:57:08 AM

Xproyect said:
Martinoo said:
Xproyect said:
Should be good for at least 2 years, but even then, you can easily change out a couple of parts


anything i could do to, increase the years? or is there some parts in my build that decreases the years?


I said "at least" 2 years, i'm sue you'll be fine for 3-4 years, but you might want to get 32gb ram in like 3 years


Alright, and whats the difference between 770 and 780? if the 770 can play bf4 on ultra and higher fps than 40 and all future games within 3-4, i could just go for that..
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July 12, 2014 6:57:47 AM

770 in 3-4 years will be good for a cup holder.
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July 12, 2014 7:04:45 AM

marc79 said:
770 in 3-4 years will be good for a cup holder.


So this will do? maybe i can change ram and GPU later but for now, is this good?
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July 12, 2014 8:44:39 AM

Yes its fine. You can always upgrade when the time comes. You won't need to upgrade DDR3 ram, 16GB will be more than enough for gaming, just GPU.
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July 12, 2014 9:27:33 AM

marc79 said:
770 in 3-4 years will be good for a cup holder.


marc79 said:
Yes its fine. You can always upgrade when the time comes. You won't need to upgrade DDR3 ram, 16GB will be more than enough for gaming, just GPU.


You know that the fps difference between 770 and 780 is like 6? Also their date of expired is the same?
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July 12, 2014 9:28:51 AM

Martinoo said:
Xproyect said:
Martinoo said:
Xproyect said:
Should be good for at least 2 years, but even then, you can easily change out a couple of parts


anything i could do to, increase the years? or is there some parts in my build that decreases the years?


I said "at least" 2 years, i'm sue you'll be fine for 3-4 years, but you might want to get 32gb ram in like 3 years


Alright, and whats the difference between 770 and 780? if the 770 can play bf4 on ultra and higher fps than 40 and all future games within 3-4, i could just go for that..

770 ultra bf 4 fps is 45-60 i have 64-80 on ultra 1440x900 msaa 4x with just i5 cpu
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July 12, 2014 10:27:06 AM

It's more game dependent. In some games it may be 6fps like you said, and in some it will be more, also with higher resolution, 780 will fare better as it has more Vram.

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July 12, 2014 10:42:13 AM

marc79 said:
It's more game dependent. In some games it may be 6fps like you said, and in some it will be more, also with higher resolution, 780 will fare better as it has more Vram.



You still can get 4gb 770 there isn't much difference between 4gb and 6gb,also then get a 780 60 6gb and run 4k res what fps you will have? 20-30?..on low. Still i was mad cause you said something that concerns the 780 tho,yes in 3-4 yrs the 770 will not perfomr well but if you think that the 780 will do something to in 3-4 yrs you're lying yourself hard.
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July 12, 2014 11:25:26 AM

780 and Ti will be a cup holder too, if that makes you feel better. Tech advances so fast that gpu's get outdated pretty fast. In 4 years an entry level GTX X50 will be 4 times as efficient as a 780 and just as fast or faster.
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