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Building gaming computer, how will these specs perfrom?


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#1 mark580d

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Posted 03 September 2016 - 02:25 PM

CPU - Fx 8320e          

motherboard - 990x gaming gigabyte 
memory - hyperx fury 8gb (2 x 4gb)
case - phanteks p400
power supply - evga 650w gq
gpu - rx 470 xfx
hdd - 1TB western digital blue
 
Are these specs ok? run they run games like Civ, CSGO, GTA and Planet Coaster.
 
Also when buying monitors what things should you be looking for?


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#2 Enzix

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 07:43 AM

Can you please tell us your budget?

 

For the games you stated, it will do great :)

 

Personally, I would recommend getting an Intel Processor and Nvidia graphics card

 

I would go with:

 

Motherboard: ASRock ATX DDR4 FATAL1TY Z170 GAMING K4

CPU: Intel Core I7-6700K (Intel Core i5 6600K would do the job too)

GPU: GeForce GTX 970

 

And I would go for 16GB memory

 

About monitors, are you looking for 4K gaming?

I have a 24" DELL U2412M. Note that is a 16:10 ratio monitor with a resolution of 1920x1200 instead of 1920x1080 .

This is nice for gaming but means your computer has to work slightly harder to create more pixels which can bring slightly lower FPS at times.

 

Look for response time (lower is better), refresh rate (higher is better)

 

Here are one of the best monitors you can get. Hope this help






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