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http://pcpartpicker.com/ca/p/prk7

What do you guys think this can run at what fps?

I'm editing/gaming
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  1. PSU is a little overkill. A 750w would be more than enough. Other than that looks like a nice game box.
  2. Yep, overkill PSU.

    Otherwise its fairly good, dont see any issues with it.
  3. manofchalk said:
    Yep, overkill PSU.

    Otherwise its fairly good, dont see any issues with it.

    Any suggestions on psu? Hows yours?
  4. Im assuming that Crossfire/SLI is a concern, so 750W is about what you should get.

    With the Black Friday sales on right now, this PSU is a steal. Very good unit.
    Seasonic X750, 80+ Gold Fully Modular. $100
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151087
  5. I actually won't be able to purchase that cpu before the sale ends unfortunately.

    And about Crossfire/SLI, maybe in the future but atm i'm gonna focus on single card.
  6. Then go with a 550 watt unit.
    Corsair has some 80+ Builder Series. Amazing quality/usd

    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/corsair-power-supply-cmpsu500cxv2
  7. manofchalk said:
    Yep, overkill PSU.

    Otherwise its fairly good, dont see any issues with it.

    Btw, I'm very curious, how good is "fairly good"?
  8. Best answer
    Wasnt judging its performance, as that largely comes down to how much money you have. But I will say it will perform pretty much top-notch in games and adequately for amateur video editing.

    You haven't made any bad choices with components (except the PSU), have gotten well known and reliable brands.
    There is room for improvement, for instance getting a better SSD along the lines of a Samsung 830.
    You could get a Seagate Barracuda to save yourself a fair bit of cash or another TB of storage.
    http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=14120DR8182&vpn=ST2000DM001&manufacture=SEAGATE
    http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=14120DR6651&vpn=ST3000DM001&manufacture=SEAGATE

    So while it can be better, you largely have made good choices that I didnt really feel the need to point out before. So you did "fairly good".

    EDIT: Also about the PSU, if you are considering Crossfire/SLI later, then get a 750W unit now. Saves you money in the long run.
    Also dont get that OCZ unit, not the best manufacturer when it comes to PSU's. Would get this unit instead.
    Corsair TX750, 80+ Bronze. $115 ($25 USD rebate)
    http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021
  9. manofchalk said:
    Wasnt judging its performance, as that largely comes down to how much money you have. But I will say it will perform pretty much top-notch in games and adequately for amateur video editing.

    You haven't made any bad choices with components (except the PSU), have gotten well known and reliable brands.
    There is room for improvement, for instance getting a better SSD along the lines of a Samsung 830.
    You could get a Seagate Barracuda to save yourself a fair bit of cash or another TB of storage.
    http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=14120DR8182&vpn=ST2000DM001&manufacture=SEAGATE
    http://www.directcanada.com/products/?sku=14120DR6651&vpn=ST3000DM001&manufacture=SEAGATE

    So while it can be better, you largely have made good choices that I didnt really feel the need to point out before. So you did "fairly good".

    EDIT: Also about the PSU, if you are considering Crossfire/SLI later, then get a 750W unit now. Saves you money in the long run.
    Also dont get that OCZ unit, not the best manufacturer when it comes to PSU's. Would get this unit instead.
    Corsair TX750, 80+ Bronze. $115 ($25 USD rebate)
    http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139021

    Thx for the reply. I might actually just go with a whole different build tbh.
  10. Best answer selected by techdude9.
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