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building my first gaming pc, I need help!!.

Ok so the components i have chosen for my current budget which is 400-500 are

Pc case
The corsair spec-01 Mid tower ATX

The processor
AMD FX6300 black edition 6 cores 3,5/4,1GHz

The motherboard
MSI A78M-E35,ATX Mini,2xDDR3,4xUSB,3 E LAN and HDMI support

The graphics Card
sapphire radeon R9 270x 2GB

The Harddrive
WD 1TB caviar blue

The Ram
crucial ballistix 8gb

The power supply
corsair cx 600w

All above come to about $420 which is great since i will also have to purchase a reliable OS probably windows 7

anyway my question is are these components adequate i mean will they run together perfectly like i said this my first build i Don't want thing blowing up or a lot of returning

also spec performance wise with these component how would they hold up

I know at $430 i am not gonna get killer performances but for example Could i run skyrim with mods on ultra settling

also how would BF4 play? And pretty much any next gen title?
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  1. Looks like a pretty solid build considering the budget. Also, don't forget an optical drive if your Windows 7 install is on a disk. Next gen titles will need the settings cranked down, but should run.
  2. Good Build
  3. Best answer
    You could try an ASUS M5A97 for you Mobo.. but that's well and good.. With a proper cooling system you easily play Skyrim, BF4, Rivals.. in ultra settings without any issues
  4. drumminandstuff93 said:
    Looks like a pretty solid build considering the budget. Also, don't forget an optical drive if your Windows 7 install is on a disk. Next gen titles will need the settings cranked down, but should run.


    Anonymous said:
    You could try an ASUS M5A97 for you Mobo.. but that's well and good.. With a proper cooling system you easily play Skyrim, BF4, Rivals.. in ultra settings without any issues


    Thank you, yes upon further consideration i have decided to go with the ASUS M5A97, it just seems a more superior board for the price.

    A yes mate thank you, I have about six optical drives laying around so that not a problem :)
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