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  1. This is surely a very good PC build! :-) Go for it! :-)

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 16/08/2013

  2. The motherboard will support that APU and either RAM (keep in mind it has only 2 slots). The PSU should be sufficient to power the rig. The only issue is the HDD which is SATA revision 3 @ 6Gb/s speed. According...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 14/12/2012

  3. Beginner ? This is an awesome built.... but the power supply is too much for r9 270x... so i would personally recommend u to get a 600w psu and with the money saved get GTX 760 (faster than r9 270x)

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 02/02/2014

  4. yes it is good

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 16/07/2012

  5. Yeah, that looks pretty good. The simcity reqs are here: Also, just to let you know, the new sim city game has received a bunch of negative reviews for...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 19/03/2013

  6. I don't understand your question? You say you need help figuring out if the parts are compatible, then you add details and say it runs BF3 and DayZ on mid settings already but you haven't even ordered it...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 10/04/2013

  7. I'd just go with an AMD 7850 Radeon instead for less money. You won't have to worry about your power supply or bottenecking from your processor

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 24/06/2012

  8. okay you have a great build! all of your parts will together correctly. your PSU has the 24+8 pin so you are good on that, your GPU is alright, pretty good for gaming and budget friendly too, your mobo supports everything in...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 10/11/2012

  9. Yes that should be able to run those games at MAX. The HD 5870(high performance a card) is way better that the HD 6850(mid-end budget card).

    4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 29/04/2011

  10. judging from the graphics card and the intel i7 series i would say great, although there is a 6-core intel processor available, although I prefer AMD. The only thing i would say is make sure your motherboard is capable of housing your processor and all...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 23/03/2011

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