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http://pcpartpicker.com/p/aU6S

That is the system that I am hoping to build. I currently have already bought the case. I was just wondering if everything would be compatible and work smoothly. The SSD is not permanent I just was looking at that one. If you have any recommendations on switching any parts feel free to tell. I am on a tight budget. I hope to be able to play WoW(Ultra) BF3(Ultra) Skyrim(Ultra) Garrys mod(Ultra?) Team fortress 2(Ultra) Minecraft with extreme shaders and realistic graphics and Guild Wars 2(Ultra) and be able to surf the internet while playing at least one of these games and for the system to run cool. I do not really care about the sound because I typically will always be listening to music or have headphones on while playing games.
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  1. I don't think you can max all those games with a 6870 (not 100% sure though).

    I still like this build better either way:

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/d5qF

    Basically took your build, dropped the mobo and upped your GPU.
  2. heres what i would get
    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/d5Q2
  3. cranked said:
    I don't think you can max all those games with a 6870 (not 100% sure though).

    I still like this build better either way:

    http://pcpartpicker.com/p/d5qF

    Basically took your build, dropped the mobo and upped your GPU.


    Looks good. Do you think that I would bottleneck the GPU with that CPU? Or do you think it'll do fine, and could I max out all games with a 7850?
  4. Best answer
    Yeah the 7850 is a great card. It OC's really well too.
  5. Best answer selected by solomaniac85.
  6. Yep. Go for the 7850. Great card.
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