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coolpopstardude

62 months ago

my focus for this build is that each year i can upgrade something e.g. next year i will probs get a gtx 970/80 then after that an i7 5960x (obviously if new things come out i would get them :P) but i need something now so this is what ive got but im not sure how well it will perform. i am primarily a gamer but i do do some video editing so i will need more ram but basically my question is is this so bad that its not worth the upgrade-ability and i would just be better off building something better and wait longer for the upgrade

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/coolpopstardude/saved/jMRqqs

EDIT: oh and i know the windows is not a disk but i have one

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  • 62 months ago
  • 1 point

You'd be better off building something with the LGA1150 socket, instead of that LGA2011-3.

  • 62 months ago
  • 1 point

k this was just thrown together to see how cheap an upgrade able can be

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