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Will this PC be good for Gaming with high Settings?


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#1 BIGCCC123

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Posted 21 October 2014 - 02:39 PM

These are the main parts  of the pc i want to buy:

 

Processor- 1 x Intel® Core™ i5-4690K Processor (4x 3.50GHz/6MB L3 Cache)-Intel Core™ i5-4690K
 
Memory- 1 x 16 GB [8 GB x2] DDR3-1600 Memory Module-Corsair 
 
Video Card- 1 x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 - 2GB - EVGA Superclocked-Single Card
 
Motherboard- 1 x ASUS Z97-Pro
 
Primary Hard- Drive 1 x 2 TB HARD DRIVE -- 64M Cache, 7200rpm, 6.0Gb/s-Single Drive
 
Im wondering if i could play games like Minecraft, COD and Battlefield with high settings with these parts.


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Posted 23 October 2014 - 02:41 AM

Lacks PSU and Case, and a little bit too much RAM for mainly Gaming purposes.

 

Are you overclocking? Your Z97 Board and Unlocked CPU says so...

 

If you don't plan to overclock, you can get a non-unlocked CPU and an H97 board instead (and used that saved money for a better GPU).

 

If you do plan to overclock, get an aftermarket cooler. CM Hyper212 EVO is a good starter.


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Posted 23 October 2014 - 11:00 AM

Another key factor is the resolution you'll be using. What's the size of your monitor and its native resolution? That will play a big role in how well the video card performs. General idea is that the bigger the monitor is, the more demanding it will be on your video card.


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Uh guys? Wanna take your eyes off that screen for a second? Raise the mice? Battle cry?




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