Is this a good build for gaming?

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  1. It's a decent build.For GPUs such as the AMD Radeon HD 7870, that means running at "high" rather than at "very high" detail level, and it almost certainly means disabling antialiasing.So as long as your cool with that go for it.
  2. its pretty good, but id go with a GTX 660 Ti over a radeon 7870
  3. bigcyco1 said:
    It's a decent build.For GPUs such as the AMD Radeon HD 7870, that means running at "high" rather than at "very high" detail level, and it almost certainly means disabling antialiasing.So as long as your cool with that go for it.


    Thanks for your feedback, my friend has the same GPU and he runs WOW, Skyrim and Battle field 3 on ultra with high moderate to good fps.
  4. timarp000 said:
    its pretty good, but id go with a GTX 660 Ti over a radeon 7870


    haha too laste already ordered
  5. harrycampbell said:
    Thanks for your feedback, my friend has the same GPU and he runs WOW, Skyrim and Battle field 3 on ultra with high moderate to good fps.
    No problem your welcome enjoy! :D
  6. harrycampbell said:
    haha too laste already ordered

    :(
  7. No.

    With that budget you should have been in HD7970 territory.
  8. Wisecracker said:
    No.

    With that budget you should have been in HD7970 territory.


    aahahhahaha onya cobbaaa
  9. Extremely Nice but you should have ordered ASRock Z77 Extreme4 instead of Extreme6 you don't need the extra features. And you could have put in more graphics power. A SSD is a must nowadays.
  10. how much do you guys think this build is worth? not sure if its all the info you need, but do you think it can run Skyrim and other games? :o


    Case: Linkworld Electronic ATX Tower


    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77 Motherboard LGA 1155 ATX


    CPU: Intel Core i5 3570K 3.5GHz (Overclocked to 4.0GHz)


    SSD: Samsung 840-Series MZ 120GB (Loaded with Windows 7 64-bit) running @ 6Gbps


    Optical Drive: LG DVD Player/Burner Dual Layer Drive (Optional use of DVD burner software included)


    Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX650 with DX 11


    Power Supply: 600W Eagle Multi-rail PSU


    Memory: 8GB SDRAM running @ 1600MHz
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