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Is this build good enough for Battlefield 4, Arma 3,Rust, etc. at Ultra no Anti-Aliasing?

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September 1, 2014 3:44:32 PM

I think that system could probably run all those games on max settings with at least some anti aliasing and get 60 fps.
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September 1, 2014 3:46:33 PM

ohh yes more than good but if this build is just for gaming then go with an i5 4690k and a z97 board and invest the money u save on gtx 780 that will increase your fps in games and make your pc future proof for gaming and its not like that i7 will give u more fps in games than i5 . but what your current config is you can play any game at ultra with everything maxed out including the AA.
one more thing dont use that PSU on such a good build corsair CX is a entry level TIER 3 psu made for home and office pc not for a gaming PC and have cheap capacitors.
So get this instead EVGA G2 750 watt TIER 1 psu with enough headroom for future upgrasde and the PSu comes with a 10 years of warranty so its good to invest on a product which will stay with you for such long time http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-power-supply-220g2075...
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September 1, 2014 3:54:17 PM

Col Da Red said:
I think that system could probably run all those games on max settings with at least some anti aliasing and get 60 fps.


prit87 said:
ohh yes more than good but if this build is just for gaming then go with an i5 4690k and a z97 board and invest the money u save on gtx 780 that will increase your fps in games and make your pc future proof for gaming and its not like that i7 will give u more fps in games than i5 . but what your current config is you can play any game at ultra with everything maxed out including the AA.
one more thing dont use that PSU on such a good build corsair CX is a entry level TIER 3 psu made for home and office pc not for a gaming PC and have cheap capacitors.
So get this instead EVGA G2 750 watt TIER 1 psu with enough headroom for future upgrasde and the PSu comes with a 10 years of warranty so its good to invest on a product which will stay with you for such long time http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-power-supply-220g2075...

Okay new build http://pcpartpicker.com/p/n4WV23

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September 1, 2014 3:54:46 PM

I'll +1 prit's suggestion of the i5-4690k, it will save you money and is made for OC'ing. Since your mobo doesn't support SLI you might want to upgrade to the GTX 780 if you are willing to spend the extra money, but your current card is killer. I have the 4690k and GTX 770 and I run BF4 with everything on ultra.

I have heard the Corsair CX series aren't great PSU's though, might want to consider something else.

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September 1, 2014 3:56:14 PM

TheUnnaturalVortex said:
Col Da Red said:
I think that system could probably run all those games on max settings with at least some anti aliasing and get 60 fps.


prit87 said:
ohh yes more than good but if this build is just for gaming then go with an i5 4690k and a z97 board and invest the money u save on gtx 780 that will increase your fps in games and make your pc future proof for gaming and its not like that i7 will give u more fps in games than i5 . but what your current config is you can play any game at ultra with everything maxed out including the AA.
one more thing dont use that PSU on such a good build corsair CX is a entry level TIER 3 psu made for home and office pc not for a gaming PC and have cheap capacitors.
So get this instead EVGA G2 750 watt TIER 1 psu with enough headroom for future upgrasde and the PSu comes with a 10 years of warranty so its good to invest on a product which will stay with you for such long time http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-power-supply-220g2075...

Okay new build http://pcpartpicker.com/p/n4WV23



that will run every game at max settings at max anti aliasing (except maybe crysis 3)
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September 1, 2014 3:56:15 PM

TheUnnaturalVortex said:
Col Da Red said:
I think that system could probably run all those games on max settings with at least some anti aliasing and get 60 fps.


prit87 said:
ohh yes more than good but if this build is just for gaming then go with an i5 4690k and a z97 board and invest the money u save on gtx 780 that will increase your fps in games and make your pc future proof for gaming and its not like that i7 will give u more fps in games than i5 . but what your current config is you can play any game at ultra with everything maxed out including the AA.
one more thing dont use that PSU on such a good build corsair CX is a entry level TIER 3 psu made for home and office pc not for a gaming PC and have cheap capacitors.
So get this instead EVGA G2 750 watt TIER 1 psu with enough headroom for future upgrasde and the PSu comes with a 10 years of warranty so its good to invest on a product which will stay with you for such long time http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-power-supply-220g2075...

Okay new build http://pcpartpicker.com/p/n4WV23



Now this is a very good build .
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September 1, 2014 3:57:22 PM

prit87 said:
TheUnnaturalVortex said:
Col Da Red said:
I think that system could probably run all those games on max settings with at least some anti aliasing and get 60 fps.


prit87 said:
ohh yes more than good but if this build is just for gaming then go with an i5 4690k and a z97 board and invest the money u save on gtx 780 that will increase your fps in games and make your pc future proof for gaming and its not like that i7 will give u more fps in games than i5 . but what your current config is you can play any game at ultra with everything maxed out including the AA.
one more thing dont use that PSU on such a good build corsair CX is a entry level TIER 3 psu made for home and office pc not for a gaming PC and have cheap capacitors.
So get this instead EVGA G2 750 watt TIER 1 psu with enough headroom for future upgrasde and the PSu comes with a 10 years of warranty so its good to invest on a product which will stay with you for such long time http://pcpartpicker.com/part/evga-power-supply-220g2075...

Okay new build http://pcpartpicker.com/p/n4WV23



Now this is a very good build .


Thanks Prit adding soulution now

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September 1, 2014 4:00:11 PM

hey guys quick question. Got any tips for building this extreme rig?
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September 1, 2014 4:00:22 PM

you are welcome and happy gaming with your new rig :) 
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September 1, 2014 4:02:10 PM

TheUnnaturalVortex said:
hey guys quick question. Got any tips for building this extreme rig?


get your own thermal compound and make sure to route your cables nicely so its easier later on to upgrade or switch out parts
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September 1, 2014 4:08:38 PM

TheUnnaturalVortex said:
hey guys quick question. Got any tips for building this extreme rig?


yes i have forget to mention about an aftermarket cooler for the CPU as u are getting a K cpu so if u oc the cpu then u will definitely need an af cooler if u want to OC mild or moderate then cooler master hyper 212 evo if high then get a liquid cooler like H100.
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September 1, 2014 4:13:46 PM



yes i have forget to mention about an aftermarket cooler for the CPU as u are getting a K cpu so if u oc the cpu then u will definitely need an af cooler if u want to OC mild or moderate then cooler master hyper 212 evo if high then get a liquid cooler like H100.[/quotemsg]

I don't plan on OC'ing the cpu but thanks for telling me.

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September 1, 2014 4:18:34 PM

TheUnnaturalVortex said:


yes i have forget to mention about an aftermarket cooler for the CPU as u are getting a K cpu so if u oc the cpu then u will definitely need an af cooler if u want to OC mild or moderate then cooler master hyper 212 evo if high then get a liquid cooler like H100.


I don't plan on OC'ing the cpu but thanks for telling me.

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if u dont have any intentions for overclocking the CPU then dont waste money on a K cpu get the i5 4690 and a h97 motherboard it would save u lot of money.
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