this is better i see the gtx 750 ti as the entry level gpu
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
why intel? i ask because its more expensive
better single core performance witch is just plain better for gaming because games tend not to utilize more than 2 cores currently and the i3 has hyper threading to make it appear it has multiple cores and work great for things also i hate amd they tend to die faster then the Intel processors
edit cause spelling is bad
I heard intel generates less heat so i see why its a good platform to build on.
It also has less power consumption (which is why it produces less heat) and a less heat is always good.
Check my saved parts list. Which build is better? Budget build 1 or 2?
Is it true that 1 8gb stick of ram is worse than 2 x4 gb sticks? Also for modern games should i focus on gpu or cpu more?
it depends on the motherboard
Why not talk about it here buddy :(
but its fun to make paragraphs :P
Check out my saved part list. Which one is better? Budget build 1 or 2?
Also, it says that the build has compatibility notes which indicates it might need bios update. Ive heard it can be a pain but is that true?
i never had a problem with it it can happen though if you want to play it safe we can switch out the mobo for a newer one like this http://pcpartpicker.com/part/gigabyte-motherboard-gah97mhd3 its about 12 bucks more expensive though
Yeah that would be better. Out of all builds i might actually go with the one you gave me. Do you know the approx specs for modern games? i plan to get bf4, fallout 4, bo3, gta5 and some less demanding games like csgo and minecraft.
Yeah safe is better. Also do you know approx benchmarks for current games like fallout 4 or fps loke bo4/bf4?
ummm you know that is just your profile with all of the builds you have right?
did you notice the list(Dapick Super Series SUP01) though?
i was assuming you didnt choose the right one because the submitter had like a 400 buck prebuilt pc as the link and i never like to compare jerky with a good steak :P
okay, thats fine. And at times, i do likr to compare weak and strong
haha find benchmarks for like the 750ti vs titan x for those kicks man :P
its a $2000 build
I mean, he never did state a budget, so he isn't technically wrong.