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Gaming PC

by RaberShef

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20 Comments

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Details

Date Published

Aug. 28, 2014

Date Built

Aug. 6, 2014

CPU Clock Rate

4.4GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

45.0° C

CPU Temperature Under Load

86.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.11GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

7.0GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

45.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

71.0° C

Description

Herşey vergisiyle toplam yaklaşık 6900 TL. Ama işlemci, anakart, ram, ssd ve ekran kartı dışındakiler 1-2 senelik.

It is 3200$ with taxes. But only processor, motherboard, ram, graphics card and ssd is new. Other parts are 1-2 years old.

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OM2556 5 points 40 months ago

Translation: Everything with a total tax of about £6900. But the processor, motherboard, RAM, graphics card and external SSDs are 1-2 years old.

blakceffect 1 point 40 months ago

Thank you so much! LMFAO!

Killeneminem 3 Builds 1 point 40 months ago

What language is that?

studdenfadden 1 point 40 months ago

Turkish

RaberShef submitter 1 Build 1 point 40 months ago

Thank you for trying to translate but it is not £6900 it is 6900 Turkish Liras. It is equal to around 3200$. And only processor, motherboard, ram, graphics card and ssd is new. Other parts are 1-2 years old.

sanchezliny 2 points 40 months ago

Nice build. My guess is with that cpu and gpu combo that you run all games on max or ultra settings pretty well.

RaberShef submitter 1 Build 2 points 40 months ago

I hope so :).

KillaDisturbed 2 points 40 months ago

Could've done better with this build honestly. Should've gotten a Define R4, and an ASUS Sound card which you could obtain for cheaper than $90. I had the CM 690 ii Advanced case previously to my recently obtained Define R4 blackout edition, cost $90, amazing case. I didn't like the CM 690ii due to it's lack of user friendliness with dust filters, cheap build quality, no sound isolation, and limited cable management options. Also the front I/O was cheap and the blue LED cable would always disconnect and was annoying trying to get on right. :/ Good build still, it's what's inside that matters, and you've got some beast stuff in there dude!

chiuonthis 1 Build 2 points 40 months ago

a different case wouldn't necessarily make it a better build; beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

and i'm taking a wild guess that OP lives in a different country (Turkey, maybe?) and parts outside of the US have a higher markup.

KillaDisturbed 1 point 40 months ago

That could be true. And beauty is, however still, there's a fine line that I think 99% of people would agree that a case is not exactly pretty. Did you see his attached photo of inside the case? Ew lol Maybe he just doesn't care. Who knows. Still a powerful beast.

chiuonthis 1 Build 2 points 40 months ago

and the possibility he can be a part of that supposed 1% would make your argument invalid. it's a non windowed case so you'd never see the insides anyway.

i do agree with you on one point, though. great build ! +1

KillaDisturbed 1 point 40 months ago

lol Yeah I guess. I +1'd indeed haha

RaberShef submitter 1 Build 1 point 40 months ago

Thanks for your comment. I bought the case 2 years ago to fit my old gtx560ti. But the case turned out to be quite enough for most of the things. Actually my favorite case for air cooling is Cooler Master HAF942 but you know 4790k and gtx780ti are not cheap so i decided to go with my old case to keep the cost down. Right now i am saving money for a G-sync monitor. Maybe next year i will buy a proper case.

KillaDisturbed 2 points 40 months ago

Sounds good dude :)

TehCaucasianAsian 1 point 40 months ago

If this is for gaming alone, an i5 would suffice, but other than that, great job :)

RaberShef submitter 1 Build 1 point 40 months ago

I sometimes render gameplay videos and stuff like that. Also i wanted it to be more "future-proof" :)

jackdao 1 Build 1 point 40 months ago

650W is not enough. You dont need DDR3-2133MHz and 250GB HDD and some unnecessary peripherals.

RaberShef submitter 1 Build 1 point 40 months ago

I already have these. Please read the description first. 650w is more than enough. I chose to go with 2133 mhz cl9 than 1600mhz cl9. Also peripherals were necessary when i bought them.

FloresJ 1 point 33 months ago

Is that CPU cooler any good? I plan on getting it.

RaberShef submitter 1 Build 1 point 32 months ago

Yeah it is pretty good. When I replaced my intel stock cooler with it 3 years ago, it felt like freezing the cpu :D