Ultimate gaming PC
Written by: AflalDragon - 09:06 Jan-11-2014

Guys I've planned to buy this ultimate gaming beast within two months

http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2zo3a

Is this worth for money

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15:20 Jan-16-2014

Lol that wierd and expensive PC

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10:02 Jan-13-2014

and how about this http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Awtj

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13:18 Jan-13-2014

This is better also u need only 1 optical drive and the MOBO that u selected does not support RAM speed over 1866 and u have selected a 2400 MHz RAM speed

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13:18 Jan-13-2014

also here is a better list http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2AyJm

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10:00 Jan-13-2014

Guys how about this
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/2Awry

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13:02 Jan-13-2014

This is a big NO

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07:52 Jan-13-2014

In my opinion you should go for an AMD Octa core instead of an Intel Quad core. And the Asus Maximus IV Extreme is $189.99 on amazon.

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18:28 Jan-12-2014

You actually serious? or is that just your poor way of trolling? :/

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21:55 Jan-12-2014

'Poor'? Seems like the opposite :D Just kidding, heheh

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03:56 Jan-13-2014

Dayum! xD

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23:35 Jan-11-2014

ASUS MAXIMUS VI EXTREME
Intel Core i7-4770K 3.5GHz
Corsair Vengeance Pro Red 2×8GB DDR3 1600MHz
ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti 3GB GDDR5 DirectCU II OC
Corsair Obsidian Series 750D
Western Digital Caviar Black 4TB
Seasonic Platinum Series 660W
I wouldn't spend more than that if I was you.
Windows 8.1 Pro

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22:06 Jan-11-2014

Yeah, it'd be money well spent.
Grab it while you can, that rig is a bargain for that very little price. :)
I think you might want to consider putting there four more 780ti's. I know you won't be able to use them, but there's always a possibility to use some tape to somehow stick them to the casing.
What's up with that CPU though? 4960X is the way to go, man. That sh1t just rocks. 4770k? No way ever man, that is crap for gaming. And let's not even mention the AMD FX'es here. Those aren't even capable of running spider solitaire in windowed mode.
Cheers on that rig :DD

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23:47 Jan-11-2014

hey dude. .is AMD FX 8320 and the Palit GTX 760 2GB Jet Stream Edition gonna do well. .Coz this is gonna be my next build and I already have the CPU & GPU,

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14:14 Jan-12-2014

Yeah, it would be totally great for gaming at 1080p. Should be able to run this year's most demanding titles at least on tweaked high settings, I presume. :)

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08:21 Jan-13-2014

how about if I go SLI with my GPU? would be a lot better? no bottlenecking ?

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11:33 Jan-13-2014

You mean SLI two 760's and pair them with a 8320? That'd be an awesome setup. You wouldn't bottleneck an 8320 even with 770 SLI

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11:49 Jan-13-2014

I'm planing to but the Corsair CM750M would be ok for a single card and an AMD FX 8320

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12:21 Jan-13-2014

It would suffice, but I would get a better PSU than CX series. You should get at least TX650 or a similar unit, in my opinion.

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22:03 Jan-11-2014

Hello,
for god's sake, it is too way overkill! You seriously don't need that everything. I suggest you to chop everything till $1500. It is far enough for a strong gaming rig for at least 2-4 years or more. Please don't use that much money and spend something useful...
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21:53 Jan-11-2014

Way too much overkill man, games won't need that much power for a LOOOOOONG time, if ever. You can easily chop off $7,000 of that price and get a pc that will run the latest games no problem on max settings, and replace parts as you need them.
Also, by the time you NEED that much power, those parts will be long outdated.

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12:51 Jan-11-2014

oh man if you have all that money can you give me some cuz look my laptop, weak :(

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12:10 Jan-11-2014

one 780 ti is more than enough

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12:05 Jan-11-2014

dude just make a pc that can run any game out there in 1080p or higher resolution and high to ultra settings with playable FPS. . I'm also planning another build this coming month. . but I'm running low on cash so I had to improvised and I went with a PALIT GTX 760 2GB GDDR5 Jet Stream Edition. .which I already have for the CPU had to cut cost and went with the AMD FX 8320. . Hope its gonna be gud

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10:51 Jan-11-2014

IMO it's totally not worth to buy a PC for what kind of price u could buy a car...and 4x 780Ti is an overkill. But that's just my opinion.

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10:38 Jan-11-2014

No also why not SLI just 2 of them but its ur choice also if u want to go for 4 of them then use a better CPU u will have a bottleneck with this one

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09:40 Jan-11-2014

4 GTX 780 Ti's? Way too much overkill. Number one problem with that setup is that a few games still don't support 2 way SLI, a lot don't support 3 way SLI and virtually none support 4 way SLI. So you're spending far too much money on GPUs that you're not even going to use.
Number two problem is the heat. 4 GPUs crammed into one relatively small space is going to result in an immense amount of heat, even if no more than 2 are actually under stress.
And now problem number 3 is money. You would be far better off to spend only(?) $1,539.98 on just 2 of those GPUs and the other half of that on a really expensive necklace for your GF or mother. You would mostly have better performance with 2 GPUs and you win brownie points to last you for years.
Or you could save it, or spend it on an i7-4960X...

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09:22 Jan-11-2014

i don't think that its a good idea to sli 4 780tis,ur spending 3000 dollars only on gpus either sli two 780s (non ti) or wait for gtx 790 :)

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09:24 Jan-11-2014

thanks bro may i can wait until gtx790 to SLI it

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09:28 Jan-11-2014

what u wanna sli 790 damn no way because a single 790 is enough to max out any game for lets say 2 to 3 years and a single 790 will cost u around 1000-1500 dollars :)

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