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Are my parts ok for gaming and rendering videos?

Hello! So this is my first time building a pc and I just wanted to be sure that everything was alright.
This build is for rendering videos, using 3D programs like Maya and some gaming.
Here it is:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/CrmTqk

thank you :)
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    If you're using the build primarily for gaming, it looks good with the exception of the CPU cooler. For that price, the Thermalright TS140 is a better pick.

    For rendering, if you're using Maya, then you want to get a Quadro or Firepro. Even the K600 can outperform the Titan in this program.

    If you're using 3ds Max, things are less clear, but that build should work reasonably well. Note that Autodesk does not officially support Geforce cards in Maya or 3ds Max, so you may encounter some bugs.

    Lastly, you should consider using WD Red HDDs. They're about as reliable, and much quieter than the Barracudas.
  2. the nerd 389 said:
    If you're using the build primarily for gaming, it looks good with the exception of the CPU cooler. For that price, the Thermalright TS140 is a better pick.

    For rendering, if you're using Maya, then you want to get a Quadro or Firepro. Even the K600 can outperform the Titan in this program.

    If you're using 3ds Max, things are less clear, but that build should work reasonably well. Note that Autodesk does not officially support Geforce cards in Maya or 3ds Max, so you may encounter some bugs.

    Lastly, you should consider using WD Red HDDs. They're about as reliable, and much quieter than the Barracudas.


    Thank you for the tips :D !! I will follow your advice and change the HDD and the CPU cooler, and think better about the CPU. I'm excited now xD !!
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