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is this a good gaming pc build?

How is this in terms of price, performance and quality of parts?. I alredy have an hdd + optical drive btw. Thanks.

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/GVGjBm
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    is it good? yes. do you prefer amd? if yes then its all good (you might want to look for a 990 board for added peace of mind when you OC); if not, pick an i5 instead and change mobo accordingly.
  2. I don't perfer either, in a few months i will probally upgrade to a better nvidia card.
  3. CrazyReapz said:
    I don't perfer either, in a few months i will probally upgrade to a better nvidia card.


    then you'd definitely be better off with an i5. the 270x is no slouch in 1080p gaming. i'd strongly recommend you use it for at least till the r9 3xx/gtx 8xx(?) arrives before deciding to buy a better one. or just outright opt for a better card now like the r9 280x/gtx 770 instead of buying the 270x in the first place.
  4. I'm on a pretty tight budget as it is but i could probally consider a gtx 770, from what ive read the difference in fps between the 8320 and i5 is not that significant?
  5. CrazyReapz said:
    I'm on a pretty tight budget as it is but i could probally consider a gtx 770, from what ive read the difference in fps between the 8320 and i5 is not that significant?


    in terms of fps, yes. but the i5 needs lesser power and generates less heat to achive what the 8320 does. but it all boils down to what YOU prefer. you'll be using it and not me. if the price difference in your location is significant enough, i'd pick the cheaper option.
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