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What Fps Could i expect with this gaming setup

I am new to building computers and i don't really know what all the numbers mean. Here is the setup:http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Chrisreckner/saved/ZHrRsY
And if it matters i'm planing on playing games such as Rust, Battlefield 4 and things like that.
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  1. Looks fine to me. It's a standard gaming build and on 1080 it will run both games flawlessly. Have you considered purchasing an SSD though? It will make a big difference in your multitasking and just overall system performance and how it feels.
  2. dovah-chan said:
    Looks fine to me. It's a standard gaming build and on 1080 it will run both games flawlessly. Have you considered purchasing an SSD though? It will make a big difference in your multitasking and just overall system performance and how it feels.


    I have considered putting a ssd in at a later date. Thank You:)
  3. dovah-chan said:
    Looks fine to me. It's a standard gaming build and on 1080 it will run both games flawlessly. Have you considered purchasing an SSD though? It will make a big difference in your multitasking and just overall system performance and how it feels.


    And also when you say Flawlessly, you mean like 45-60 fps(or more) correct?
  4. Just make sure you place your PC itself on a high up place. This may sound strange but a lot of dust tends to move near the floor due to people walking and spreading dust around of course. If you place your PC at least 4 feet off the ground, you'll only have to dust it out every 3 months as compared to having to dust it out every other week just to keep it at a sensible level. Just a small tip if you're a first time builder and wasn't aware of that. :x I wish I knew that so much sooner.
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    And yes I expect on BF4 to average in the high 50's on 4X MSAA w/ ultra presets. For Rust, it's a low requirement game so you'll be able to run it 60+ no problem.
  6. dovah-chan said:
    Just make sure you place your PC itself on a high up place. This may sound strange but a lot of dust tends to move near the floor due to people walking and spreading dust around of course. If you place your PC at least 4 feet off the ground, you'll only have to dust it out every 3 months as compared to having to dust it out every other week just to keep it at a sensible level. Just a small tip if you're a first time builder and wasn't aware of that. :x I wish I knew that so much sooner.


    Thanks I probably would have had it on the floor had i not known that.:)
  7. I don't know why I felt like telling you but it does makes an amazing difference. It's magical
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