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#1 nindza321

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Posted 10 August 2016 - 01:30 PM

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so i mostly play cs go so i want to ask if this build gone give me stable 200-300 fps at low settings(1024 or 1280 resolution).

my CPU i think is most enough for cs, but i cant diside about GPU, if sometime i want to play some Rust or h1z1 its gone be good?

 

is there not be some bottleneck?


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#2 Drillingmachine

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Posted 10 August 2016 - 02:24 PM

CS:GO is year 2004 game so it should easily run 300 FPS. I suggest Radeon R9 380 for GPU, i5-6600K for CPU and better motherboard also. Or i5-6400 and that motherboard.

Samsung 750 Evo uses very low quality TLC nand. What shop are you using?

Edited by Drillingmachine, 10 August 2016 - 02:25 PM.


#3 nindza321

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Posted 10 August 2016 - 02:45 PM

CS:GO is year 2004 game so it should easily run 300 FPS. I suggest Radeon R9 380 for GPU, i5-6600K for CPU and better motherboard also. Or i5-6400 and that motherboard.

Samsung 750 Evo uses very low quality TLC nand. What shop are you using?

im using my Latvian i-shop, my budget is not so big to go for 850 evo, so i really cant decide what to do, mby add 50 euros and change CPU to i5 6500 and buy g1 gtx 1060. then I will not have to worry that i can play other games better.


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Posted 11 August 2016 - 06:02 AM

CS:GO is year 2004 game so it should easily run 300 FPS. I suggest Radeon R9 380 for GPU, i5-6600K for CPU and better motherboard also. Or i5-6400 and that motherboard.

Samsung 750 Evo uses very low quality TLC nand. What shop are you using?

im using my Latvian i-shop, my budget is not so big to go for 850 evo, so i really cant decide what to do, mby add 50 euros and change CPU to i5 6500 and buy g1 gtx 1060. then I will not have to worry that i can play other games better.


6500 is OK if not overclocking.

Other games run generally better with AMD cards as their DirectX 12/Vulkan support is superior.

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Posted 20 August 2016 - 09:02 AM

HI! I recently  built a PC for my friend to use mostly CS GO on. The processor I decided to go for was the I5 6500, this option is plenty if you're aiming for 200-300 FPS, I also put in a GTX 750 TI as CS GO isn't very graphic intensive. He told me that he was getting a stable nearly 300 FPS.

 

That would be a good idea if you were just going to play CS GO, but since you probably want to play other games, I suggest the R9 380 as stated by DrillingMachine.






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