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June 12, 2012 4:19:05 PM

hi everyone
i will buy a gaming system next week and i want near to max setting in all games so if u have any opnion i will be glad to hear
display:1920x1080
budget:800-850
overclock:yes
cs/sli:no
country: poland
site:newegg
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cpu;i5 3570k
mobo:asrock z77 extreme6
gpu:msi 7870 twin frozer
ram:corsair 1600mhz 2x4gb
hdd:seagate baracuda 7200 rpm 64mb 1 tera
power supply:corsair gs600
case:cougar evolution
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thank you for your help(please explain your suggestion completely

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June 12, 2012 4:45:21 PM

Wow I didn' know that there was a Newegg in Poland.
Your build looks good and you should be able to play the games that you want to. The only issue that you may run into is that all games are different and require fifferent amounts of resources so to want to play all games at or close to max settings would require better components which your budget won't allow. For an example of what I'm refering to is this , if you played two games with this build and one of the games was MW3 and you got 75 fps at the settings and resolution you want , then at the same settings and resolution you then played BF3 you would only get about 30 fps. Same computer , same settings , two different games and two very different results. The gameplay in MW3 would be smooth and very nice while the gameplay in BF3 would be not as good and a little less desireable.

So now you take a build that has a 3770k cpu and the GTX 680 and you played both games there would still be a difference in the fps amount with each game but the fps would now be high enough that it wouldn't matter because the gameplay would be more than acceptable for both games and you would be at about 60 fps for BF3 which is very aceptable.
But as you can see the cost would be higher than your budget so choices have to be made in settings and resolution to get good gameplay and with the build that you listed you can get to that point by just playing at reduced settings and I'm not talking about low settings but just lowering them enough to get smooth aceptable gameplay.
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a b 4 Gaming
June 12, 2012 5:48:56 PM

nethrezhim said:
hi everyone
i will buy a gaming system next week and i want near to max setting in all games so if u have any opnion i will be glad to hear
display:1920x1080
budget:800-850
overclock:yes
cs/sli:no
country: poland
site:newegg
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
cpu;i5 3570k
mobo:asrock z77 extreme6
gpu:msi 7870 twin frozer
ram:corsair 1600mhz 2x4gb
hdd:seagate baracuda 7200 rpm 64mb 1 tera
power supply:corsair gs600
case:cougar evolution
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thank you for your help(please explain your suggestion completely

Change your board to either of these two down below (no dual vid cards)

http://www.agito.pl/plyta-glowna-asrock-z77-pro4-79-568... 473,00 zł
Asrock Z77 Pro4

http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z77%20Pro4/ <---- another look

http://www.agito.pl/plyta-glowna-asrock-z77-pro3-79-568... 374,00 zł
Asrock Z77 Pro3

http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z77%20Pro3/ <----- another look

http://www.agito.pl/zasilacz-xfx-core-550w-80-sli-psu-2... 269,00 zł
XFX Core 550W 80+ SLI PSU
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