Best Entry-Level, Mid-Tier And Enthusiast Gaming PC Builds 2016

Written by Jon Sutton on Sat, Jan 16, 2016 4:00 PM

Another year, another PC building conundrum. Getting your head around what parts to buy can be a daunting task, with dozens, if not hundreds of different choices available for each component. That tricky process can be made all the easier with a baseline. Here we've gathered up what we believe are three of best builds for those looking at going out and building a PC right now.

Nowadays more than ever you need not spend a fortune either. For little more than the cost of a PlayStation 4 you can get console-crushing performance, and the tools to do so much more. From a budget performer up to the pixel-worshiping enthusiast bracket, these are GD's best gaming builds for 2016.

Before we list our current 2016 PC Builds, you can also check out our super Budget 2016 PC build to get you thinking about just how cheap you really can go if you want an entry level gaming machine.

Entry Gaming 2016 PC Build

Component Brand Price (UK / US)
CPU Intel Core i5-6400 £151 / $190
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-B150M-D3H £67 / $91
Graphics Card MSI Gigabyte GeForce GTX 950 £129 / $155
Memory 8GB DDR4 HyperX FURY 2133MHz  £39 / $48
Power Supply EVGA 500B 500W £49 / $45
CPU Cooler Stock N/A
Storage Seagate 1TB SSHD £57 / $70
Case NZXT Source 210 £49 / $40
Total   £541 / $639

The Entry Gaming build is just that - a suitable, fairly inexpensive first step into PC gaming. It's been designed with upgrade potential in mind, so if you were to need a next-gen graphics card, processor, or additional memory further down the line, it wouldn't be a problem. You can get far cheaper builds, but at this stage it's not great to be limited to Bulldozer or Broadwell CPUs, so it's worth the extra investment to get going with a basic Skylake build.

Nvidia's GeForce  GTX 950 is a fairly capable card in many modern titles, and it's often capable of delivering performance on a par with the current crop of consoles. Couple that with access to the vast back catalogue of PC games available digitally, and this build makes a great jumping off point. 

Storage may be an issue for some, but an SSHD does offer an interesting compromise with it's 8GB SSD segment. It speeds up general boot times and access speeds fir the most used files and programs, but it will have zero impact on gaming performance or loading speeds. 

Mid-Range Gamer PC 2016

Component Brand Price (UK / US)
CPU Intel Core i5-6600K £211 / $263
Motherboard ASRock Z170 Pro4 £88 / $110
Graphics Card Sapphire Radeon R9 390 Nitro £270 / $340
Memory 8GB DDR4 HyperX FURY 2133MHz £39 / $48
Power Supply Seasonic S12-II 620W £71 / $83
CPU Cooler Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO £25 / $30
Storage Crucial BX100 240GB SSD

Western Digital - 2TB HDD

£54 / $65

£61 / $85

Case Fractal Design Define R4 £70 / $85
Total   £889 / $1,109

While by no means cheap, the Mid-Range Gamer PC is designed for those who want a premium experience at 1080/1440p. We've stuck with Skylake again, as we have across the board, because that LGA 1151 socket is vital to your future upgrading experience. Ripping out your motherboard is one of the more painful upgrades you can do, so it's best to make sure you're ready from the off. 

For pure gaming purposes the Core i5-6600K is a great choice, and it's not exactly breaking the bank. The K signifier indicates an unlocked CPU, so this is suitable for overclocking. The Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO will help you here. It's not exactly a premium product, but it will do the job for modest clock bumps. 

Nvidia's previous dominance with the mid-range GTX 970 has given way to the Sapphire Radeon R9 390 Nitro. Take one peek at this card and you know it's a monster. As if a lot of AMD's recent offerings it's a bit of a guzzler, but at 1440p it really does offer the best bang for your buck, ably backed up my an impressive 8GB GDDR5 memory.  Look around and you can find it for an even cheaper price. 

Enthusiast PC 2016 Build

Component Brand Price (UK / US)
CPU Intel Core i7-6700K £295 / $419
Motherboard Asus Z170 PRO Gaming £118 / $130
Graphics Card MSI GeForce GTX 980 Ti Gaming 6G £597 / $652
Memory Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 (2x 8GB) £78 / $95
Power Supply EVGA Supernova 750W £90 / $153
CPU Cooler Noctua NH-U14S £50 / $70
Storage

Seagate 4TB HDD

Samsung 1TB 850 Evo SSD

£120 / $150

£220 / $345

Case Phantek Enthoo Primo £180 / $230
Total   £1,748 /  $2,244

 If you've got serious cash to splash, this build here makes a great baseline. Smooth 4K gaming might still be a big ask, but the Asus Z170 Pro Gaming motherboard leaves room for a potential SLI setup if you're willing to spend a bit more. 

This time we've gone with the top of the line Skylake model with the Intel Core i7-6700K. There are more powerful processors out there, but this is your ticket to 6th gen Intel for a reasonable price. We're hearing whispers Intel is preparing to launch a new, higher end CPU, but in all likelihood it will be prohibitively expensive in comparison. 

MSI's flavour of GTX 980 Ti continues to be high-end GPU of choice, offering absolutely fantastic performance for the price. It's essentially a Titan X which is easier on your wallet. For now it's unlikely you're going to bump into many problems with the 6GB GDDR5 memory. 

For the rest it really does depend on how far you want to go. At the moment only Batman: Arkham Knight and Call of Duty: Black Ops III really benefit from 16GB RAM, so 32GB isn't going to be a necessity for some time. That said the Asus Z170 Pro Gaming does have an additional two DIMM slots spare should you want to upgrade further down the line. 

Likewise with the storage. It's going to depend on your needs, and if you're willing to do a bit of chopping and changing depending on what you're playing, you might find you can even get away with a 250GB SSD. 

Obviously this is just the start. Your choices are what make everyone's awesome rigs at GD unique, tailoring your build to your precise needs. What would be your ideal build if you were picking out the parts right now?

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21:42 Mar-25-2016

where are the X99 builds ?

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16:37 Jun-04-2016

I guess it would be the equivalent of an enthusiast build or higher

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11:45 Feb-16-2016

Entry build changes:
CPU- i3-6100 / i3-6300 (cheaper, faster than i5-6400 for gaming)
RAM- 2x 4GB kit (for dual-channel performance)
PSU- XFX TS 450/550W (+quality)
Storage- Samssung 850 EVO 250GB (same $$, 5x more speed)
[need space? add HDD later]
Case- Nox Hummer ZX (same $$, more quality and better lookin

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12:01 Feb-16-2016

Mid build changes:
CPU- i5-6600 (same gaming performance as K, much cheaper)
MoBo- Gigabyte Z170XP SLI (sli ready, with usb 3.1 type c 10gbps, 2xBIOS)
GPU- GTX 970 (2x efficiency)
RAM- 2x 4GB 3000MHz CL15 (+5 $, better performance)
PSU- XFX TS 550W Gold (+eficiency)
Cooler- no need
Storage- 850EVO > BX100

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12:06 Feb-16-2016

Enthusiast build changes:
MoBo- Asus Pro Gaming is not enthusiast board, it's mid-range (I have one)
Cooler- choose: there are cheaper coolers, or much better cooler
Storage- Samsung 850 EVO series is not enthusiast(!). Samsung 950 Pro, with M.2 form factor and 4x moe speed is the thing!

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11:37 Feb-16-2016

All Skylake non-K sold in BOX version come with stock cooler.


Skylake K, don't bring stock cooler because Intel assumes (well) that you will use a top notch cooler for overclocking.


All Intel CPU in TRAY versions are sold without stock cooler and are a bit cheaper than the BOX versions.

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15:12 Jan-21-2016

As far as I remember skylake cpus don't come with a cooler, so you will need to buy a cooler.

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15:28 Jan-21-2016

So 30 euro more for a 212 hyper evo

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15:41 Jan-21-2016

yep both the i5 6600K and i7 6700K dont have a stock cooler. but lower end models may do so I think

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18:17 Jan-21-2016

the ones in my country don't come with a cooler, no matter if it's an i3, i5 or i7, as long as it's skylake they don't have a stock cooler. -_-

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19:14 Jan-21-2016

What country? I wonder if suppliers are only selling oem/tray rather than boxed?

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19:27 Jan-21-2016

Bulgaria.

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23:48 Jan-30-2016

I have never even used those stock coolers in a build..

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12:33 Jan-31-2016

I have used on both my core 2 duo and fx 6300, because they run super cool under full load and especially while gaming.

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19:17 Jan-21-2016

My i5-6600 (non-k, boxed) came with cooler. Didn't really want the cooler, but buying oem/tray wasn't an option, at least not from any store I wanted to buy from (New Zealand).

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20:19 Jan-20-2016

well, this is sad... :(

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15:43 Jan-21-2016

I know right, I'm not even considered enthusiast... lol

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15:53 Jan-21-2016

Cute...

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16:33 Jan-21-2016

Lulz. Z3. You got yourself a pretty good good rig.


How are your temps under load? Cooler, voltage and freq on CPU if i might ask:)

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16:51 Jan-21-2016

After an hour of gaming ( shadow of mordor ) gpu caps at 62 celcius and cpu caps at 78 celcius . I use coolermaster tx3 and i have a case with decent airflow . Core voltage is about 1.5v at cpu and 1.050 at gpu . Frequence for the cpu 3.7 ghz with turbo boost 4.0 ghz , for the gpu clock 1102/1279 mhz and memory 6610mhz

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17:18 Jan-21-2016

Awesome, Thanks! :-D

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23:11 May-01-2017

how time flies... xD

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18:53 Jan-19-2016

I find that a mid-range budget computer should cost 600 or so. As I see it a mid range should play most if not all current and upcoming titles on a mix of Med-High in 1080p. In all honesty my rig can be a mid-high range. It can max almost everything at High (Or ultra) This is all my opinion guys. Feel free to dissagree

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18:56 Jan-19-2016

it's about resolution and visual settings in game,
I doubt your 960 could handle recent games at 3840x1080,
for ex. my GTX770 is enough for 1920x1080 but for 2560x1440 which I have now, GTX980Ti is really a way to go...

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17:56 Jan-21-2016

My resolution is for two 27 inch 1080p monitors. Of course I only play on one. But with only using a single monitor at full 1080p I can play anything with a mix of High and ultra if the game supports it. Depending on all the fun stuff like optimization and things like that I usually have no trouble.

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19:40 Jan-19-2016

I think the issue is that articles like these usually only have three tiers. And there is such a huge gap between a real budget build and an enthusiast build that it distorts things. In my opinion, a real budget build is one that matches the current gen console; enthusiast wld have the best single gpu in sli

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20:50 Jan-19-2016

it's not easy to write versatile article like this, because hardware prices vary in countries and also people have different income in different countries...

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21:51 Jan-19-2016

Yes that''s very true! That's why I think people shld be a little more careful throwing out statements like best price to performance since it will vary (and sometimes substantially) depending on where you live. Stating how much better X is vs Y is more useful.

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21:12 Jan-20-2016

that's one of things I like about Game-Debate, you can always get various personalized opinions and useful help when you decide to build a rig :)))

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16:18 Jan-21-2016

For ex, in India, 970 is cheaper than 390 by about Rs. 1000 whereas 390x is cheaper by 980 by about Rs. 10000

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19:30 Jan-21-2016

Checked my favourite local store in New Zealand, converting to rupee (via google) the difference is 390x is -6600 cheaper (980 @850NZD vs 390x @700NZD; including sales tax [15%]).

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07:24 Jan-26-2016

So thats a quite nice Deal :D

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00:23 Jan-18-2016

I think there are errors under the enthusiast section, both the power supply and CPU cooler entries are wrong (set to Noctua NH-U14S and Seagate 4TB HDD respectively). They should be corrected.

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13:51 Jan-18-2016

yup you're right, it's fixed now :)

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13:53 Jan-18-2016

Cool beans!

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22:39 Jan-17-2016

Lol that mid range build (mid range in this article's context because otherwise I would call it rather high end) is almost identical to what I built for my brother a couple of months ago :D. I can confirm its a beast and does the job very well :D. I am getting a little "jellous" tbh but i will be counterattacking this summer ;)

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18:40 Jan-17-2016

Where the hell is that a mid-range PC?

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19:05 Jan-17-2016

the one with the r9 390 is the mid-range one. Keep in mind that as soon as the new GPUs come out in Q2 2016(according to AMD) the r9 390 will most-likely be as good as or even possibly worse than a mid-range GPU.

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20:02 Jan-17-2016

AMD said the same about r9 290 before the release of the 300-series. So I choose to call this predictions for bull****. All rumors were lies last time, what makes them so real this time?
It's only unrealistic rumors, nothing more, nothing less.
And don't mention fin-fet as an arguement. Fin-fet won't give more performance, only less heat and smaller power consumtion.
Think it is ridiculous how people actually believe that next gen would deliever cheap high-end hardware xD

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21:28 Jan-17-2016

really you both consider r9 390 like mid range?? you kidding right...

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21:49 Jan-17-2016

I consider R9 390 as high-end ;)

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19:29 Jan-21-2016

the thing with the 300 series is that they were originally planned with a new architecture and at 20nm, 20nm failed and Nvidia released maxwell at 28nm leaving AMD with pants down, NOT having anything new on the 28nm, so they came up with the Fury(X), that's why the 300 series were delayed so much.

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22:22 Jan-17-2016

Man, R9 390 will keep running games in high graphics for about 1-2 years yet. Look at older high-end cards, they still run games in high quality.

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22:34 Jan-17-2016

My GTX 480 still holds its own, best $30 i have ever spent

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02:15 Jan-18-2016

Yeah your 480 is almost the performance of the 950.

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18:52 Jan-19-2016

Until he plays a shader intensive game...got to remember, his 480 only has 480 active shaders. to compare for context, my 760 has 1100+!

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20:56 Jan-19-2016

yes, but you forget that the gtx 480's shaders are 90-110% faster than the ones in the gtx 760 due to higher shader clock speeds.
That's how the gtx 580 which has 512 shaders is basically as good as the gtx 760 give or take 5% which has 1152 shaders and higher core clock speeds.

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20:57 Jan-19-2016

the problem with the higher clocked shaders is that they consumed too much power and generated much more heat than having more shaders that are lower clocked and weaker.

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21:22 Jan-19-2016

I wanna grab a $300 tier card when the new cards come out, I don't have to wait very much longer!!!

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04:03 Jan-20-2016

I think you got that wrong, 480 + 480 = 960 not 1152
for a better comparison look at the GTX 580 with 512 shaders so look at this: http://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=1807&gid2=448&compare=geforce-gtx-760-asus-directcu-ii-oc-edition-vs-geforce-gtx-580

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04:08 Jan-20-2016

This is a little off subject but wouldn't it be a good time to go back to the "hot clocking" technique? I mean, now that we're moving to 14/16nm power consumption isn't really an issue anymore...
I don't claim to be an expert but it seems it would work...

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16:19 Jan-21-2016

GTX 480 for $30?
How??

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17:42 Jan-21-2016

Magic...
Actually from a friend who upgraded

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07:24 Jan-26-2016

Cool...
I wish I have friends like that :P

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16:01 Jan-17-2016

I already have Asus h110m-k d3 1151 + 8gb ddr3 gskill 1600mhz.will get skylake 6400.many of us doesn't know that msi Asus asrock and gigabyte mobo out supporting ddr3 with skylakr

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20:16 Jan-17-2016

skylake in fact does not support DDR3 it supports DDR3-L which is a low power form of DDR3 and while you can use it in a system where DDR3-L is supported it will degrade the lifespan of your cpu's memory controler killing it MUCH faster

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21:48 Jan-17-2016

Yep. DDR3L like what I have in my laptop. It runs at a lower voltage. 1.35v is the max for DDR3L & normally it will stay between 1.12v & 1.25v during normal use. Regular DDR3 is 1.5v+

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18:58 Jan-19-2016

How exactly would a lower power draw memory degrade the motherboards memory controller?

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19:38 Jan-19-2016

Uh... do you mean higher power draw?

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19:42 Jan-19-2016

I just don't see how a memory chip that draws less power would somehow reduce the memory controllers lifespan. ???

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20:06 Jan-19-2016

DDR3L pulls less power he was talking about regular DDR3

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01:05 Jan-20-2016

LOL! Yeah he was saying that the higher voltage of standard DDR3 will gradually damage the memory controller of a CPU made for lower voltage memory like DDR3L or DDR4.

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20:47 Jan-19-2016

I wrote an article about this matter some time ago,
problem is that memory controller is part of CPU, not MOBO, therefore if mobo manufacturer claims DDR3 ram sticks are compatible with motherboard, it doesn't mean it's compatible with CPUs which are compatible with the particular motherboard (!!!)¨
Intel admitted memory controllers in Skylake CPUs are designed for 1.2V (default DDR4) with tolerance of 15% which is 1.38V - so DDR3L which are 1.35V are perfectly compatible with these cpus, BUT regular 1.5V DDR3 or even 1.65V OC DDR3 are NOT and will damage cpu memory controller overtime, basically damaging whole cpu overtime

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01:40 Jan-20-2016

ahh...ok...

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13:16 Jan-17-2016

Where's the enthousiast power supply?
I would pick corsair RM550x for that setup.

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12:59 Jan-17-2016

wow!!! no AMD out there

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11:54 Jan-17-2016

just stick with that 6600k, it's plenty

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12:47 Jan-17-2016

Yeah, it is. I think even my old Phenom will be good for few years too :-)

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23:51 Jan-30-2016

it's (almost) on par with my previous cpu (3770k) which was an i7 and pretty OP even for demanding games imo.
Never even considered an i5 before but it's actually great.


If you'd be running a server i'd go for that i7.

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11:02 Jan-17-2016

I would swap that i7 6700k for a i7 5820k and a x99 mobo.

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21:10 Jan-20-2016

so basically my rig, aye? :D

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19:31 Jan-21-2016

pretty much yes :D

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10:10 Jan-17-2016

Enthusiast CPU Cooler Seagate 4TB HDD ??? thats not right!

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10:02 Jan-17-2016

Oh my god. R9 390 is Mid-range?? Wow you guys have some standard...!!!

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10:45 Jan-17-2016

Lolz its high end card!

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14:50 Jan-17-2016

Exactly

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09:17 Jan-17-2016

Great Entry and Mid range are just perfect but for Enthusiast build i think going with a 5820K and x99 platform looks like a better option in my opinion after all its for Enthusiast

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10:44 Jan-17-2016

I7 6700k should be almost on pair with 5820k it have 15% better core pr core performance on stock

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14:24 Jan-17-2016

yes but when its on stock clocks if you overclock 5820k you can get more performance, and the extra cores and threads and higher PCIE lanes will be good if planning for SLI setups as most new games have started using multi cores

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17:01 Jan-17-2016

Esp. when 5820Ks overclock easily to 4500 in my experience. My fathers 5820K overclocks to 4500 at 1.250V using a H110. I overclocked my old 5820K to 4700 1.300, 4800 1.375.

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08:14 Jan-17-2016

I think theres almost no point in upgrading to a 970 or 980 ti when pascal gpus are around the corner, in 5-6 months we will be seeing the gtx 1080 and 2-3 months later the 1070.

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08:18 Jan-17-2016

Source?

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11:42 Jan-17-2016

http://wccftech.com/amd-unveils-polaris-11-10-gpu/


Its for Polaris.
Pascal should be nearby. Even if it ain't both will be on par with each other and would beat current gpu in same price range by a decent margin :D

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12:10 Jan-17-2016

That webpage are so bogus. They even made articles about GTX 990 ti rumors, and benchmarks were R9 390 and 390X destroyed Titan X :P
So wouldn't believe anything coming from wccftech xD

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22:36 Jan-17-2016

I remember their "gtx 990ti" article and it was actually their April's fool "news".... With benchmarks running minesweeper on 234093245 fps xD. How you could you believe that for a serious article lol :P. Just saying..

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23:28 Jan-17-2016

I know that, and didn't fall for it of course :P
But the sad part is that most of their articles are similar to that one xD
And the R9 390 benchmarks weren't even April Fool xD
So yes, wccftech are usually just crap, have never seen a non fictional or based article there xD

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23:44 Jan-17-2016

well I dont know anything about their 390 benchmarks or pretty much anything else so I ll take your word for it :P

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18:18 Jan-19-2016

As far as I remember, it mentioned that 390x was the flagship instead on fury X.
No one knew about Fury back then.
And as far as I have seen, WCCFTech is one on only few giving AMD related info fastest.

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18:18 Jan-19-2016

And in this case, AMD has officially confirmed that they are coming in given time period.

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08:11 Jan-17-2016

The entry level rig will cost around 1200$ in my country.

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12:36 Jan-17-2016

When Intel,Nvidia and AMD starts manufacturing their product in our country then and then we'll get it with that price.
Let's Make Some in India..

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07:43 Jan-17-2016

Mid rig is more allready high end

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| 60FPS, High, 1440p
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| Medium, 1080p
Ryzen 5 5600 6-Core 3.5GHz Radeon RX 5500 XT 8GB 16GB
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Core i7-10700 8-Core 2.90GHz GeForce RTX 2060 6GB 16GB
100% Yes [2 votes]
Core i5-9400F 6-Core 2.9GHz GeForce GTX 770 DirectCU II 2GB OC Edition 16GB
57.1429% Yes [7 votes]
Pentium Dual Core B960 2.2GHz Radeon HD 6950M 4GB
25% No [8 votes]
| 60FPS, Medium, 720p
Athlon II X2 245 GeForce GTS 250 4GB
| 60FPS, High, 1080p
Ryzen 5 3500U 4-Core 2.1 GHz Radeon RX Vega 8 8GB
| 60FPS, High, 720p
Core i5-2400S 2.5GHz Radeon R5 340 (OEM) 4GB
| High, 720p
Core i5-2400S 2.5GHz Radeon R5 340 (OEM) 4GB
100% Yes [1 votes]