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Hello, I just built a new computer and I would like to know if it could play all the newer games (GW2, League of Legends, SC2, etc.) at max settings and 60fps +. I just ordered the graphics card. Here's the build. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/veEy

I have everything except the graphics card, also the screen is just an example I don't have that exact screen but it's similar (couldn't find it).

I haven't overclocked anything and I plan on getting another stick of RAM relatively soon.
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  1. Get this RAM
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233186

    Only get the 750W PSU if ur planning to SLI down the road if not get a 550W

    Why are you paying $400 for the OS?
  2. Emelth said:
    Get this RAM
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233186

    Only get the 750W PSU if ur planning to SLI down the road if not get a 550W

    Why are you paying $400 for the OS?


    I already have the OS got it a couple years ago just their to shows the system specs, I have the 750W PSU for SLI later down the road.
  3. well just get the RAM I advised and ur system looks good
  4. Emelth said:
    well just get the RAM I advised and ur system looks good


    I plan on getting another stick of what i already have I'm only going to get 1x8 gb sticks when i get RAM so if needed i can max my systems RAM out. Thanks, just asking people for opinions on the system. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!
  5. so you already have all the parts listed other then the video card?

    for $20 more you should get the 670
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/gigabyte-video-card-gvn670oc2gd

    or save some money on a 660ti
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-video-card-n660ti2gd5oc
  6. jonjonjon said:
    so you already have all the parts listed other then the video card?

    for $20 more you should get the 670
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/gigabyte-video-card-gvn670oc2gd

    or save some money on a 660ti
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/msi-video-card-n660ti2gd5oc


    Having done a significant amount of research on this 660ti i picked i'd like to ask why would to recommend downgrading to a normal 660ti or buying a card equal to the 660ti for 20$ more?
  7. lol this is pointless lol he has already order the GPU as well we cant do anything to help you improve ur system or even consult u on better choices. Your system will keep u happy
  8. neither card is a downgrade.

    the 670 is a better card and its only $20 more then the 660ti you listed.

    the 660ti i listed is almost $100 cheaper after MIR.
  9. Emelth said:
    lol this is pointless lol he has already order the GPU as well we cant do anything to help you improve ur system or even consult u on better choices. Your system will keep u happy


    It's not pointless, I can cancel the order if i need to. I'm just asking why should I change the card, I'm asking for persuasion or advice on why I should change it.
  10. jonjonjon said:
    neither card is a downgrade.

    the 670 is a better card and its only $20 more then the 660ti you listed.

    the 660ti i listed is almost $100 cheaper after MIR.


    I'm going to keep that 660ti on my cpu's bookmarks and try out the 660ti i order. ( I can return it i bought it through best buy) and if i think that it's not worth the 100$ more ill get the other and just SLI it down the road. Thanks!
  11. if you paid $336.62 i would return it and order the 670. i just notice that 660ti has 3GB of ram. sorry about that. i would still return it and get the 670 or save a $100 and get the 2GB 660ti. if i remember correctly in a review of a 3GB 660ti it actually ran slower then the 2GB models.
  12. jonjonjon said:
    if you paid $336.62 i would return it and order the 670. i just notice that 660ti has 3GB of ram. sorry about that. i would still return it and get the 670 or save a $100 and get the 2GB 660ti. if i remember correctly in a review of a 3GB 660ti it actually ran slower then the 2GB models.


    Okay thanks for the suggestions!
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