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Can this build handle next generation games at a decent FPS?

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September 6, 2013 5:01:41 PM

I have been trying to find a build that will fit my budget, here it is: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/IAmMatt907/saved/2kN8 I went for the i5 3570k because it meets the requirments on BF4 Central, and paired with the Radeon HD 7950, can it handle next gen games, and current gen games on high fps 1080p? And should I downgrade my power supply? instead of a 600W get a 500w and chop some of the price down? Thanks!
September 6, 2013 5:08:05 PM

Do not get a K series CPU if you won't be overclocking.

That Motherboard is junk. Get an h87 motherboard.\

Get an XFX550 PSU.

It will play all games at high or max for a while at 1080p.
September 6, 2013 6:22:15 PM

Can't get the link to work, however i run the i5 3570k at 4.3ghz, with a GTX 660ti, runs BF3 ultra no problems at all. Anywhere from 50 - 70 FPS steady!

The processor is great for gaming and the Radeon you have is better than my 660Ti so i'm more than confident you will run these kind of games with no issues!

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September 6, 2013 7:24:01 PM

tiny voices said:
Do not get a K series CPU if you won't be overclocking.

That Motherboard is junk. Get an h87 motherboard.\

Get an XFX550 PSU.

It will play all games at high or max for a while at 1080p.


The Z87/H87 chipsets are for Haswell, not Ivy Bridge.
September 6, 2013 7:30:58 PM

iNova said:
tiny voices said:
Do not get a K series CPU if you won't be overclocking.

That Motherboard is junk. Get an h87 motherboard.\

Get an XFX550 PSU.

It will play all games at high or max for a while at 1080p.


The Z87/H87 chipsets are for Haswell, not Ivy Bridge.


I wasn't pay attention there. Doh!
September 6, 2013 7:32:23 PM

tiny voices said:
iNova said:
tiny voices said:
Do not get a K series CPU if you won't be overclocking.

That Motherboard is junk. Get an h87 motherboard.\

Get an XFX550 PSU.

It will play all games at high or max for a while at 1080p.


The Z87/H87 chipsets are for Haswell, not Ivy Bridge.


I wasn't pay attention there. Doh!


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