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Is my build good enough for gaming.

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July 14, 2014 9:45:04 PM

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/BYbC4D

I would like to know if it would be able to run graphic intense games at high settings, also I believe my items are overclockable is this true?

Anything helps!

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a c 718 4 Gaming
July 14, 2014 9:48:09 PM

You want to change the PSU, as the CX units are not good. Antec, XFX, Seasonic is what you want. This should play most games at high at 1080p, nut do not expect max settings.

Get 1600mhz RAM as well.
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a c 790 4 Gaming
July 14, 2014 9:49:52 PM

i5 4670k and gtx760 will run most games at high to ultra with 50 to 60 fps.

You should be fine.

Can you change the Corsair power supply to SEasonic 520, XFX 550 or Antec HCG 520M though? Those CX600s are a pain in the butt.

And get 1866 ram instead of 1333 for the same price.
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July 14, 2014 9:50:04 PM

That setup should handle games pretty well at the monitors 1080P resolution. And ya, looks like everything is overclockable. Second on the better quality PSU and higher clocked RAM, if you look around, you can get RAM significantly faster for not a lot more money.
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July 14, 2014 9:52:49 PM

i7Baby said:
i5 4670k and gtx760 will run most games at high to ultra with 50 to 60 fps.

You should be fine.

Can you change the Corsair power supply to SEasonic 520, XFX 550 or Antec HCG 520M though? Those CX600s are a pain in the butt.

And get 1866 ram instead of 1333 for the same price.


Very helpful I don't really know anything about the psu's lol, so good thing you mentioned it i will be sure to check out the other ones thank you!
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July 14, 2014 9:53:06 PM

If you don't plan on doing SLI, I think you could cut the motherboard. But that's just me. The ASRock Pro4 Z87 is about $105 on newegg
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