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Old 03-25-2014, 07:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well I know there's tons of threads like this before but maybe something a little fresher. Would probably be best to ask on another forum (like a PC forum) but to be honest I love coming here, reading, sometimes responding (sorry I don't post often, just mainly read ) so I figure I'll ask here in case there's some savvy PC guru's out here.

I would like to build a top of the line PC for gaming. Price is of no concern. (Planning on buying the parts as I get cash for them ready.)
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Old 03-30-2014, 11:13 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi, I built myself a PC for gaming this month. In general, I'd recommend Intel when price is really no problem, and AMD if you want to adjust your budget a little. I don't really know the prices in your country, but IŽll give you some tips:

If you go Intel, i7-4770 and i5-4670 (Cheaper option) are among the most recommended processors. I don't really know too much about Intel mobos, but I believe Gigabyte GA-Z87-HD3 are often recommended. It also depends if you want to OC. Pick the "K" version of the Intel processors if you want to. In AMD, you should go for FX8350 or FX8320 (cheaper, but you can turn it into 8350 with OC). They are great for the price. I have myself an FX8350, with an AsRock Exteme3 R2.0 mobo. It's OK if you don't want to OC, but I recommend a better mobo if you want. Also, buy a good CPU cooler. Cooler master hyper 212 evo or Raijintek Themis are more than fine.

Also, with 8GBs of RAM, you'll be fine, go for 16 if you want. Always remember to pick 4x2 or 8x2, so you can benefit from Dual Channel.

In graphic cards, it all depends on how much you want to spend. AMD are making great cards for the price right now. Their R9 series perform great at moderate prices. I have a Gigabyte R9 280x and I am happy with it. GTX 770 or 780 are also great. I'd personally pick one with at least 3GBs of Vram, specially for games like BF4.

You should also pick at least a 600W 80+Bronze PSU, although it depends on the rest of parts you choose. You might need to go for a 750W one. Corsair or AeroCool are fine.

I'd also recommend an SSD, it will boost your system a lot.
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Awesome response man. Thanks for your input. :-)
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