How does my complete i5 gaming build look ??? Tags: New Build Intel i5 Systems Last response: November 29, 2009 1:41 AM in Systems Share tunnelrat November 28, 2009 12:40:45 PM hey ... thnks for all those comments and advices... now with all ur suggestions i have completed my gaming rig !! tell me how does it look ?? processor- core i5 750 motherboard- asus p7p55d EVO graphics card- ati 5770(will be adding another one of these and making crossfire !!) chasis-cooler master cm 690 psu-corsair tx 750 hdd-master(boot) drive: samsung spinpoint f3 hdd-slave drive: segate 1 tb logitech keyboard plus mouse combo !! 24x dvd writer from samsung or lg ram-corsair i5 memory kit 4 gb cpu cooler- cooler master hyper 212 plus More about : complete gaming build hunter315 November 28, 2009 12:55:05 PM Looks good, just check the prices on equivalent ram kits and make sure you arent over paying. m 0 l tunnelrat November 28, 2009 1:01:58 PM thnks man...yes i will make sure of it !!! m 0 l Related resources Complete Newbie, first time building, how does my set up look? - Forum i5 4690k Gaming Rig! How does it look? - Forum How does this gaming build look - Forum How does this build look (gaming pc) - Forum How does my gaming build look? - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer jpdykes November 28, 2009 1:13:52 PM Yep, looks good. Check any benchmarks for the 5770 against older series cards to check you are getting the best performance for the money. As a general rule if you aren't intending to add another card in the next 6 months you'll probably never do it. Also note that cards like the 4870, GTX 260 are going to crash in price with new generation cards coming online. You may find a bargin. m 0 l tunnelrat November 28, 2009 3:02:54 PM man i am getting 4890 for the same price as with 5770 4890 has better performance but i went for 5770 to get that dx11 added feature..... should i reconsider my decision ???? m 0 l jpdykes November 28, 2009 3:41:42 PM Probably not - just enjoy the games on a seriously fast 4000 series card until the DX11 price war starts (or finishes) then snap up something faster and cheaper. You're power supply is definately suitable to take the 4890 and probably crossfire on future (generally less power hungry) cards. m 0 l swirlyyy November 28, 2009 6:14:31 PM what is the total cost to build your comp? m 0 l tunnelrat November 29, 2009 1:41:23 AM 65000 rupees or around 1100$....said a little less bcause prices in usa is low !!! m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow does this gaming build look? Forum SolvedHow does this gaming build look? Forum Solved[Build Help] how does this build look for a lan/higher end gaming? Forum SolvedHow does my first gaming desktop build look? Forum SolvedFirst gaming+ build. How does it look? Forum Solved~$500 low end gaming/music production build. How does this look? Forum SolvedI5, radeon 7870, gaming build, how's this look Forum SolvedHow does this Gaming Build look? Any Advice? Related Questions. Forum SolvedBudget $200 Gaming PC Build. How does it look? Forum SolvedHow does this build look for editing/gaming? Forum SolvedHow does this build look for a gaming/photo editing setup? ($1,500 budget) Forum SolvedNew Work/Gaming System Build ($1,400ish budget). How does this look? Forum Solvedhow does this gaming build look like? Forum SolvedHow does this parts list look for a sub-$650 gaming build? Forum SolvedGaming PC - Looking to build, how does it look? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !