BF4 Gaming PC

I just ordered as following may I get some opinions pls.

CPU Intel Core i7-4770K Quad-Core
MB Asus Z87-PLUS
GPU EVGA GeForce GTX760 SuperClocked
MEM G.SKILL Sniper 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2400
SB Refurbished Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium

SSD Intel 530 Series 240GB
HD Seagate Barracuda 7200.143TB
PWR Rosewill 750W 80 PLUS GOLD

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    1080 should be ok in high settings, perhaps ultra in BF4. Ditch the Sound card use the optical port and get 7.1 wireless headsets from Turtle Beach, Logitech, or others expect to pay $100 (wireless sound, wired mic) to $300 (wireless sound and mic) depending on how wireless you wanna go. Oh and make sure you get a good aftermarket heatsink for that i7.. Stock sucks
  2. I would probably have dropped the x-fi card(mobo's onboard is adequate for most applications) and got a 770 or 280x especially with a 144Hz monitor. Other than that it looks fine.
  3. 770 and 680 can be had for a little over $300 right now, and in some cases, rebates will bring it down below that. At 1080p ultra settings, with the 770/680, you are looking at average framerates around 40-55 (depending on who benches and where), whereas I'm seeing the 760 more around the average of 35fps, which means, in either case, I bet all three cards can dip below that 30 fps threshold in more demanding scenes. My sli 580s hover around an average of 45, and that's the campaign.
  4. Thank you all for replies. I was scared since haven't build for a while.
    I got H80i for the CPU cooler.
    If I downgrade cpu cooler and drop soundcard, yes I can afford GTX770.
    But will the diffrence of 770 and 760 noticable?
    I might make that 760 SLI later on if I feel the need for more power.
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