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Custum gaming 600 amd

I am going to b components for a custum pc for gaming and school
For gaming i would like know what srtting i can get it to eg medium,high,ultra
So here is my parts list i also live in australia

Amd fx -6200 6 core processer (143)http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=18659


Asrock 880gm-le fx motherboard (62) http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=18659

Powercooler 7770 hd (119) http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=20830

8gb g.skull ram ares(45) http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=19632

500gb seagate(62) http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=18357

Sharkoon t28 green case (65)http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=19013

And to replace the stock cooler with coolermaster evo 212 (35)http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=18670
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  1. When on these forums, please use proper grammar.

    Get an i3 not an FX. i3 > all FX in gaming.
  2. Get an FX-4170 or i3-3220 instead of the 6100 (the i3 will need an LGA1155 mobo). May be worth getting a Pentium and HD7850. You also forgot the PSU.

    I'd suggest a different motherboard anyway as that case is ATX so you may as well find a larger board. The case also has front panel USB3.0, though it isn't clear if it is via a header or passthrough.

    EDIT:
    Mobo: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=138_711_1183&products_id=20084
    CPU: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=187_346_1184&products_id=20898
    GPU: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=193_877&products_id=19820
    RAM: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=186_538_913&products_id=16930
    This might go over budget slightly, but hopefully not too much.
  3. Sorry samuelspark
    Do you think the build you gave will me decent fps in games and do you think i have enough watts from my psu
  4. Best answer
    Here you go:
    ASRock Z77 PRO4-M Motherboard
    In stock $103.00

    Intel Core i3 3220
    In stock $125.00

    G.Skill Ares F3-1600C9D-8GAO 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3
    In stock $45.00

    Antec One Gaming Case
    In stock $65.00

    Antec Neo Eco 450C 450W Power Supply
    In stock $59.00

    Gigabyte Radeon HD7770 1GB Overclocked
    In stock $129.00

    Western Digital WD Blue 500GB WD5000AAKX
    In stock $62.00

    Lite-On IHAS324 24x DVDRW
    In stock $21.00

    Total = $609!!

    These are all from your preferred PC Case Gear website. Let me run down the details:
    * Mobo has all of the options needed for quite awhile, so you should be good!
    * CPU is ~$9 cheaper than the equivalent (gaming wise) AMD FX-4170!
    * RAM is DDR3 1600 mHz speed w/Cas 9 timings and has a low profile heat spreaders, in case later on you want to add an aftermarket CPU HSF on (the heat spreaders won't get in the way of your CPU HSF!!).
    * Case is good and comes w/Front Panel USB 3.0 ports! Also has 2 x 120 mm fans and also has the adapter from USB 3.0 to USB 2.0, in case you install a mobo that doesn't support USB 3.0!
    * PSU has 34A on the 12v rail and will power any GPU out there that requires 1 PCI-e power connector!
    * GPU is the best for the $ at the price range that your in! Has 3 yr. warranty, the other cheaper 7770's have 2 yr. warranty.
    * DVD Burner is good for the $.

    If you go with the AMD FX 4170, it can be done, just have to make sure you have an AM3+ Mobo for that CPU.

    Here's the Mobo that I'd consider if I go with the AMD FX 4170 CPU:
    $95
    ASRock 970 Extreme3 Motherboard

    So if you use the same parts on the Intel build above and then just substitute the AMD CPU and Mobo your cost will be $610!!!

    It's up to you on which way to go, but either will do just fine. The Intel option at this point might have better upgrade path, but the 4 Core AMD FX 4170 CPU has some benefits when doing heavily threaded applications that the Intel Dual Core i3 3220 will be just a bit behind on, but not by much.

    Forgot to include Tom's testing between the i3 3220 and the FX 4170 CPU's w/high end GPU, so you can see the possible difference between the 2 CPU's.
    Here's the link!
  5. Is the stock fan for the i3 2220 quite or would be better to get hyper evo 212
  6. I read the ram Qualified Motherboard the mothrboard you suggested was not in the list what this be a problem and when it says overclocked gpu does it mean its all ready overclocked for you or you can overclock it
  7. Dragontenshou said:
    I read the ram Qualified Motherboard the mothrboard you suggested was not in the list what this be a problem and when it says overclocked gpu does it mean its all ready overclocked for you or you can overclock it

    Not all RAM is listed, just the ones that they qualified to run on the mobo. Generally if the RAM is running at stock voltages (1.5v in this case) than you should be okay.

    The GPU is already OC'd and you don't have to do anything and also it is warrantied with the OC that they ship it to you with.
  8. lunyone said:
    Here you go:
    ASRock Z77 PRO4-M Motherboard
    In stock $103.00

    Intel Core i3 3220
    In stock $125.00

    G.Skill Ares F3-1600C9D-8GAO 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3
    In stock $45.00

    Antec One Gaming Case
    In stock $65.00

    Antec Neo Eco 450C 450W Power Supply
    In stock $59.00

    Gigabyte Radeon HD7770 1GB Overclocked
    In stock $129.00

    Western Digital WD Blue 500GB WD5000AAKX
    In stock $62.00

    Lite-On IHAS324 24x DVDRW
    In stock $21.00

    Total = $609!!

    These are all from your preferred PC Case Gear website. Let me run down the details:
    * Mobo has all of the options needed for quite awhile, so you should be good!
    * CPU is ~$9 cheaper than the equivalent (gaming wise) AMD FX-4170!
    * RAM is DDR3 1600 mHz speed w/Cas 9 timings and has a low profile heat spreaders, in case later on you want to add an aftermarket CPU HSF on (the heat spreaders won't get in the way of your CPU HSF!!).
    * Case is good and comes w/Front Panel USB 3.0 ports! Also has 2 x 120 mm fans and also has the adapter from USB 3.0 to USB 2.0, in case you install a mobo that doesn't support USB 3.0!
    * PSU has 34A on the 12v rail and will power any GPU out there that requires 1 PCI-e power connector!
    * GPU is the best for the $ at the price range that your in! Has 3 yr. warranty, the other cheaper 7770's have 2 yr. warranty.
    * DVD Burner is good for the $.

    If you go with the AMD FX 4170, it can be done, just have to make sure you have an AM3+ Mobo for that CPU.

    Here's the Mobo that I'd consider if I go with the AMD FX 4170 CPU:
    $95
    ASRock 970 Extreme3 Motherboard

    So if you use the same parts on the Intel build above and then just substitute the AMD CPU and Mobo your cost will be $610!!!

    It's up to you on which way to go, but either will do just fine. The Intel option at this point might have better upgrade path, but the 4 Core AMD FX 4170 CPU has some benefits when doing heavily threaded applications that the Intel Dual Core i3 3220 will be just a bit behind on, but not by much.

    Forgot to include Tom's testing between the i3 3220 and the FX 4170 CPU's w/high end GPU, so you can see the possible difference between the 2 CPU's.
    Here's the link!


    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371045
    Excellent PSU, efficiency is 80%+ but does not have a PFC circuit so its not eligible to be certified for the logo. Still VERY good PSU especially for the price.
  9. lunyone said:
    Here you go:
    ASRock Z77 PRO4-M Motherboard
    In stock $103.00

    Intel Core i3 3220
    In stock $125.00

    G.Skill Ares F3-1600C9D-8GAO 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3
    In stock $45.00

    Antec One Gaming Case
    In stock $65.00

    Antec Neo Eco 450C 450W Power Supply
    In stock $59.00

    Gigabyte Radeon HD7770 1GB Overclocked
    In stock $129.00

    Western Digital WD Blue 500GB WD5000AAKX
    In stock $62.00

    Lite-On IHAS324 24x DVDRW
    In stock $21.00

    Total = $609!!

    These are all from your preferred PC Case Gear website. Let me run down the details:
    * Mobo has all of the options needed for quite awhile, so you should be good!
    * CPU is ~$9 cheaper than the equivalent (gaming wise) AMD FX-4170!
    * RAM is DDR3 1600 mHz speed w/Cas 9 timings and has a low profile heat spreaders, in case later on you want to add an aftermarket CPU HSF on (the heat spreaders won't get in the way of your CPU HSF!!).
    * Case is good and comes w/Front Panel USB 3.0 ports! Also has 2 x 120 mm fans and also has the adapter from USB 3.0 to USB 2.0, in case you install a mobo that doesn't support USB 3.0!
    * PSU has 34A on the 12v rail and will power any GPU out there that requires 1 PCI-e power connector!
    * GPU is the best for the $ at the price range that your in! Has 3 yr. warranty, the other cheaper 7770's have 2 yr. warranty.
    * DVD Burner is good for the $.

    If you go with the AMD FX 4170, it can be done, just have to make sure you have an AM3+ Mobo for that CPU.

    Here's the Mobo that I'd consider if I go with the AMD FX 4170 CPU:
    $95
    ASRock 970 Extreme3 Motherboard

    So if you use the same parts on the Intel build above and then just substitute the AMD CPU and Mobo your cost will be $610!!!

    It's up to you on which way to go, but either will do just fine. The Intel option at this point might have better upgrade path, but the 4 Core AMD FX 4170 CPU has some benefits when doing heavily threaded applications that the Intel Dual Core i3 3220 will be just a bit behind on, but not by much.

    Forgot to include Tom's testing between the i3 3220 and the FX 4170 CPU's w/high end GPU, so you can see the possible difference between the 2 CPU's.
    Here's the link!



    if i want to buy the amd x 4170 do i need to pick a psu with more psu and what mobo would be good
    http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=138_1207_803&products_id=18040 is this alright one?
  10. I gave you a good Mobo to go with the AMD 4170 to meet your budget requirements. The PSU listed will work just fine for either setup. If you have a little more budget for the PSU I would go with:
    $75
    Antec Neo Eco 520C 520W Power Supply

    Your mobo that you listed above will do just fine too, so if you can afford it and like the options, don't hesitate in getting it.
  11. Best answer selected by Dragontenshou.
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