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September 17, 2011 9:02:58 AM

Processor- i3 2100
MOBO - ASrock H61M-VS
RAM - 1333 G.skill Ripjaw 8GB(4x2)
PSU - Corsair GS600
HDD - Western Digital Caviar Blue 500GB Sata3
Case - NZXT Gamma
GPU - Palit GeForce GTX 560 OC


My MOBO is cheap but its PCI-E2.0 @x16
Will GTX560 OC not bottleneck i3 2100

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September 17, 2011 2:47:28 PM

Not sure what you mean.

For games with low CPU requirement and high graphic content the 560 OC and 2100 are a great combo.

For video editing the 2100 will strongly limit you although over time the video editing software will make more and more use of your 560.

Post what you intend to do and what you want people to help you with. If it's a system balance question spend some time saying what you do. For me, more money in CPU and less in GPU would be the right balance, but for a 100% gaming system you may have it right. I'd also go black not blue for the disk. boot time and level load time. PSU look good.

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September 17, 2011 10:11:39 PM

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im for gaming so this is correct . :D 
tsnor said:
Not sure what you mean.

For games with low CPU requirement and high graphic content the 560 OC and 2100 are a great combo.

For video editing the 2100 will strongly limit you although over time the video editing software will make more and more use of your 560.

Post what you intend to do and what you want people to help you with. If it's a system balance question spend some time saying what you do. For me, more money in CPU and less in GPU would be the right balance, but for a 100% gaming system you may have it right. I'd also go black not blue for the disk. boot time and level load time. PSU look good.

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September 17, 2011 10:12:35 PM

ty to the helps this is my first post here...
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September 17, 2011 10:48:50 PM

Yeah, this'll work. What's your monitor resolution? Please say 1920x1080.
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September 18, 2011 6:34:34 AM

I can't really say that... because im afraid loosing too much of fps in crysis 2 and other fps games.

maybe 1600x900,1400x900 or for more fps id go 1366x768

This is my first build so im not sure what will happen.
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September 18, 2011 1:48:44 PM

In my *strong* opinion, it's far better to have slightly lower-quality games on a big screen than higher-quality games on a smaller screen. Remember that it's not the graphics level that matters - it's the overall experience. Beautiful visuals on a little screen are not worth the money.
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September 19, 2011 1:15:23 PM

maybe I'll get
LED 20" Samsung S20A300
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September 19, 2011 11:16:37 PM

Get yourself an HD monitor. You'll have better gaming, even if it's on slightly lower settings. The VW246H is well reviewed.
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September 20, 2011 2:50:47 AM

One vote for going to the i5 vs. i3. It'll give you more options in the future. Any of the i5's will game beautifully....
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September 20, 2011 9:38:41 AM

Best answer selected by Allan_01.
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