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Would this be a good gaming computer build?

Monitor: asus vs24 ah-p black 24" 5ms (gtg) hdmi widescreen led backlight lcd monitor ips 300 cd/ m2 80,000,000:1

CPU: intel core i5-3570k ivy bridge 3.4 GHz

Motherboard: asrock b75m-itx lga 1155 intel b75 hdmi sata 6gb/s usb 3.0 mini itx intel motherboard

Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB)

Storage: Western Digital WD Blue WD2500AAKX 250GB 7200 ROM 16 MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal hard dive

Video Card: SAPPHIRE flex 100352flex-2 radeon hd 7950 3GB 384-bit gddr5 pci express 3.0 x16 hdcp ready crossfire support video card oc with boost

Case: cooler master haf 922 rc-922M-kkn3-GP black steel + plastic and mesh bezel tax mid tower computer case with usb 3.0 and black interior

Power Supply: corsair builder series cx500 500w arx12v v2.3 80 plus bronze certified active pfc power supply

Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS black sata 24x dvd burner- bulk- oem

I really new to this please help my budget is around 1,000 but it can be bent a little
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    Grab a Asrock Z77 Extreme4 for the motherboard. It will be better. Also maybe get a 650 watt (Same series) power supply and degrade the GPU to a 7870 XT. Also get a WD Blue 1TB 64MB cache hard drive, it will be much faster
  2. wtalk2 said:
    Grab a Asrock Z77 Extreme4 for the motherboard. It will be better. Also maybe get a 650 watt (Same series) power supply and degrade the GPU to a 7870 XT. Also get a WD Blue 1TB 64MB cache hard drive, it will be much faster


    Monitor: asus vs24 ah-p black 24" 5ms (gtg) hdmi widescreen led backlight lcd monitor ips 300 cd/ m2 80,000,000:1

    CPU: intel core i5-3570k ivy bridge 3.4 GHz

    Motherboard: asrock Z77 extreme 4 lga 1155 intel z77 hdmi sata 6gb/s

    Memory: Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2x4GB)

    Storage: Western Digital WD Blue WD10ezex 1tb 7200 rpm 64mb cache sat 6.0gb/s 3.5" internal hard drive oem

    Video Card: SAPPHIRE flex 100352flex-2 radeon hd 7950 3GB 384-bit gddr5 pci express 3.0 x16 hdcp ready crossfire support video card oc with boost

    Case: cooler master haf 922 rc-922M-kkn3-GP black steel + plastic and mesh bezel tax mid tower computer case with usb 3.0 and black interior

    Power Supply: corsair builder series cx500 600w arx12v v2.3 80 plus bronze certified active pfc power supply

    Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS black sata 24x dvd burner- bulk- oem

    Is this better? They don't have a 650W only 600 to 700
  3. Bro I don't know enough to give you complete advice for your build, but I know for a fact you're gonna need a bigger HD. try the first suggestion "Also get a WD Blue 1TB 64MB cache hard drive, it will be much faster." (wtalk2)
  4. Upgrade to the CX600M. It will provide more power and is modular. Modular power supplies allow you to plug in only the cables you need and the rest stay unplugged and don't clog up your case.
  5. wtalk2 said:
    Upgrade to the CX600M. It will provide more power and is modular. Modular power supplies allow you to plug in only the cables you need and the rest stay unplugged and don't clog up your case.


    Thanks for your help, would it be too much to ask how well a game like league of legends/ WoW would run on this?
  6. You would be able to play League and WoW at MAX setting at around 60 FPS I'm guessing. You will be fine for those games.
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