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  1. For better fps u at high-med settings u need atleast 500$ build pc... Fx 6300 and hd r7 260x

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 10/02/2014

  2. 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

  3. hey, if you want a good, quick answer(s) go and sign up on TomsHardware, it helped me in one night, take the time too look at parts and all. but go to TomsHardware and ask in the fours and you'll have alot more feedback and quicker! good luck...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 28/01/2014

  4. All the parts are great and powerful enough to run every new game like battlefield 4 or those skyrim mods on ultra, no problem! I think that the GPU you've chosed is better than the Nvidia GPU 630 but its better to get an...

    2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 27/01/2014

  5. Yeah this is awesome.The price gets cheaper if you buy an AMD FX8 over i5 as this is an hi end product of AMD.FX is equivalent to the price of i5 .For gaming FX8 is good. Also take an...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 19/01/2014

  6. all the specs are just fine and what about a good single graphics card over these crossfire 6670 dual. i'd suggest a Geforce GTX 660 OC 2GB card from ASUS, MSI or whatver you trusted with and its just a single card that can perform more than...

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 29/12/2013

  7. ... Supply: Zalman GS 450 Watt A/PFC ZM450-GS is really a cheap power supply. It has...

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 03/01/2014

  8. This is indeed a good rig it will run Battlefield 4 at high settings @ 1080p at 60+ fps. HOWEVER, you need to update your PSU. With 2 GTX 760's in Sli you need 750W. i recomend getting 800W...

    1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 30/12/2013

  9. All in all the build looks great. You might want to look into an SSD if your looking to peak your performance. That way you can throw your OS on it and any main programs.

    3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 13/12/2013

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