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which set win ?

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#1 reuch


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Posted 12 February 2014 - 10:50 PM

set 1 : Asus crosshair v formula z + amd 8350 + Gtx 760 + coolermaster 690 II advanced
set 2 : g990fxa-ud3 + amd 8350 + sapphire R9 290 + seasonic 750 bronze

as for hard gaming , after overclocking both sets , which outperforms the other ?
there is also another option that i could substituted the board , processor in set 2 with z77 board , core i5 3770 or 4670 , does it boost it more ?


if anyone can choose from the any of the above components to form 3rd set better , suggestions are welcomed

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#2 killerx525


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Posted 13 February 2014 - 12:40 AM

Hi, in terms of gaming, the second set wins without doubt since the R9 290 is a much higher class then the GTX760. Sticking with a AMD setup should be fine for gaming as the extra CPU power would not have a huge effect in the FPS in most games. 

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Posted 13 February 2014 - 02:10 AM

don't forget that z87/i-5 4670 would really need a better compliment like the 780 ti.

what is the display size?

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