New Computer Rig
2013-12-30, 06:00 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2013-12-30, 06:18 AM by Earner54.)
#1
Spent about 1.3k in parts. Also bought a new 27 inche asus 1080p monitor! All with CPA Earnings!
Here are the specs:
- EVGA GTX 760 superclocked
- Intel i5 4670k quad core
- corsair 350d window case
- asus maximus vi gene
- (2) Corsair af140 fans
- (3) Corsair sp120 fans
- H100i water cooler
- Corsair Ax760 Powersupply
- Samsung evo 250GB SSD
- G.Skill 8GB Ram
- Asus VE278Q 27' 1080p Monitor
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ontor khan(2014-10-10 02:01 PM) 
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2013-12-30, 06:11 AM,
(This post was last modified: 2013-12-30, 06:11 AM by ℛᴏʏᴀʟ ɢs.)
#2
Nice specs (for stock, I guess), although you forgot to mention the graphics card.
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2013-12-30, 06:13 AM,
#3
Looks pretty good, but how is she going to preform? Also, you forgot the GFX card :)
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2013-12-30, 06:19 AM,
#4
just update the gfx card. I built this computer, it's not stock. It's lightning fast and I play just about every game on ultra with no issues.
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2013-12-30, 06:38 AM,
#5
Looks very nice mate. Well done.
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2013-12-30, 02:09 PM,
#6
(2013-12-30, 06:19 AM)VantageZone Wrote: just update the gfx card. I built this computer, it's not stock. It's lightning fast and I play just about every game on ultra with no issues.

Man that 760 is nice.
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2013-12-30, 02:34 PM,
#7
Nice rig, but why did u buy i5?
I bought myself a 27 inch benq monitor 2 weeks ago, now I am planning to change my i5 to i7 because my old cpu cant handle the high res monitor
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2013-12-30, 04:22 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2013-12-30, 04:24 PM by Homer.)
#8
(2013-12-30, 02:34 PM)pepeneo Wrote: Nice rig, but why did u buy i5?
I bought myself a 27 inch benq monitor 2 weeks ago, now I am planning to change my i5 to i7 because my old cpu cant handle the high res monitor

If you PC is too slow for the resolution of your monitors then you have to change you graphics card.
If your graphics card is limited by your cpu then you have to change your cpu.

“...talent means nothing, while experience, acquired in humility and
with hard work, means everything.” ― Patrick Süskind
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2013-12-30, 10:20 PM,
(This post was last modified: 2013-12-30, 10:21 PM by Earner54.)
#9
(2013-12-30, 04:22 PM)funky kong Wrote:
(2013-12-30, 02:34 PM)pepeneo Wrote: Nice rig, but why did u buy i5?
I bought myself a 27 inch benq monitor 2 weeks ago, now I am planning to change my i5 to i7 because my old cpu cant handle the high res monitor

If you PC is too slow for the resolution of your monitors then you have to change you graphics card.
If your graphics card is limited by your cpu then you have to change your cpu.

Firstly, it's almost a $100.00 difference between the 4760k i5 and the 4770k i7. If you want it for gaming get the I5, if you're using hyperthreading heavy work (video editing, graphics work etc.) get the I7. Some new games use hyperthreading like BF4, but most don't. The difference is very minimal and I invested the money in a new ssd rather. So far I been throwing every single game at it, and it's been running great. Ran Photoshop at lightning speeds. I'm planning on overclocking it soon to see how it goes. Overall I'm very happy with the build and alsot he fact that this is all from my CPA ventures.
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Who ever is planning on building a new pc just contact me, it's not that hard at all, it's a piece of cake and I can help.
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2014-01-14, 11:56 AM,
#10
did u overclock the cpu yet? if so how far did you go with the corsair h100i cooler?
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