Help with the PC choise

I'm going to buy a new computer but do not know which components to choose. I want a computer that I don't need to change anything many years with a good perfomance on gaming.

1st option: ADM 8350 with http://www.asrock.com/mb/amd/fatal1ty%20990fx%20killer/

2nd option: i5 4670 with http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Fatal1ty%20Z87%20Killer/

The next component are a r9 280x or gtx 770, 600w modular and 8 gb RAM

(sorry for my bad english :na: )
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  1. Acoidan Gonzalez said:
    I'm going to buy a new computer but do not know which components to choose. I want a computer that I don't need to change anything many years with a good perfomance on gaming.

    1st option: ADM 8350 with http://www.asrock.com/mb/amd/fatal1ty%20990fx%20killer/

    2nd option: i5 4670 with http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Fatal1ty%20Z87%20Killer/

    The next component are a r9 280x or gtx 770, 600w modular and 8 gb RAM

    (sorry for my bad english :na: )


    What is your budget ? I assume this computer is mainly for gaming.

    - Both CPU are fine for gaming. The Intel option is better but since you can't overclock it, I suggest you pick the AMD option, unless you pick the Core i5 4670K.

    - No need to buy such an expensive board to suit your needs. If you pick the Intel CPU, go for a Gigabyte Z87X-D3H. If you pick the AMD CPU, go for a Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3.

    - The GPU is great and the amount of RAM is perfect.

    Could you list the rest of the build (case, power supply, storage, etc.) ?
  2. You should get the second option if you ask me.
  3. the computer is for gaming, I think this components:

    CPU + MB ... Maybe the AMD or i5 4670 ???

    My money has been increased, I can go for a 4670K :bounce: with a G1 sniper z87 (gigabyte)

    gigabyte r9 280x OC Windforce 3gb

    8gb RAM 1600

    1tb 7200 rpm SEAGATE

    case http://www.aerocool.com.tw/pgs/pgs-v/817.html

    power supply http://www.aerocool.com.tw/power-supply/strike-x/353.html

    I will buy a SSD next time.
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