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Need answers and advices on my build. :(

hi guys, i built this budget gaming rig yesterday and is going to buy tomorrow ( why tomorrow? .. long story :na: )

1) i need help if this setup can max majority of all demanding games out there and if not , MAX all the settings except for the AA at 1366x768 resolution . :sol:
( CRYSIS, GTA 4 games that nailed my old rig, specially these games im planning to max them out :fou: )

2) can my 500W psu handle my system? (im planning to OC my GPU a bit or maybe moderately somewhat like that) :??:

3) im planning not to buy an internal HD and is planning to use the external HDD instead or just buy an internal HD? :D

4) im not in a rush, i need help ASAP before tomorrow comes lol, :whistle:


here's my budget build :

CPU : core i3 2100 @ 3.1 GHZ
RAM : 8GB ripjaws g.skill ddr3 1333mhz RAM
GPU : Powercolor HD 6870 DDR5
PSU :Aerocool Strike-x @500W 80 plus bronze
CHASSIS : Aerocool VS-4
Monitor : 19" orion LED superslim (whatever) lol

so i need help to all people around the world..

PS: im from philippines, and im stupid anyways.. zzz X_X


THANKS in advance, im looking forward to your replies :)
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  1. Best answer
    a 6870 on a 19 inch monitor is going to play all games well
  2. Best answer selected by Kentthegamer.
  3. kentthegamer said:
    3) im planning not to buy an internal HD and is planning to use the external HDD instead or just buy an internal HD? :D


    You need an internal HDD. A motherboard too, for that matter ;)
  4. Outlander_04 said:
    a 6870 on a 19 inch monitor is going to play all games well


    oh ur answer struck me most, anyways.... uhmhm no problems in my rig? will it suit my ideals in gaming?
  5. pdxalex said:
    You need an internal HDD. A motherboard too, for that matter ;)


    thanks for answering i really appreciate it..

    internal hdd? if i use an external hdd like a primary internal hdd, what's the difference? i guess its slower?
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