*****Is this Budget PC good enough for current/Next Gen games?------

Hi, Since my current PC is an undercooked potato, I decided to buy a new one.

BUT!, I'm an IDIOT when it comes to stuff like this.
Will this combo work?
www.pcpartpicker.com/p/pqx37P

And IT MUST BE A NVIDIA 2GB GPU!!. I'm Using CUDA for fast rendering in MAYA :)

But will This Budget rig Work, Yess or no?
And See if you can perhaps get something that's the same for cheaper PLZ.

Thnx Alot
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  1. It will hardly get 30fps in games. Get a better gpu like gtx750ti or gtx960.

    Get at least a b85 board

    Don't get the cheapest crappy power supply. Have a look for the psu tier list in this forum. 350w bronze should be ok, from a quality brand like seasonic, xfx..
  2. urm no it wont even run some of the newer games as it only has 2 cores and some of the newer games require 4 also the GPU is sub par
  3. Any recommendations for a $350 budget. but it MUST BE NVIDIA!
    I'm using CUDA A lot for 3D animations and graphics designs
  4. OMG ! That combo is orgasmic! THANKS!!!!
  5. Uhhhh a GT 730 won't last you half a month and im pretty sure you can overclock that Pentium so getting a motherboard that doesn't support overclocking is a waste of money if you ask me, I would save up at least $500 for a good APU build
  6. an APU wont be acceptable for any BLENDER or MAYA animation. it needs to have CUDA or at least a nividea
  7. Oby1kenoby said:
    an APU wont be acceptable for any BLENDER or MAYA animation. it needs to have CUDA or at least a nividea

    Oh ok beause from my experience my old APU build can run some new games at low-medium settings
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