Personally what I would do is find a monitor that you can OC. As you can get a big beautifull display (Korean) for under $300 and have it be a 2560x1440 and 144hz. When you do the OC make sure to go the higherst you can with the monitor still stable.
OK, well you get the performance, but what ever you want
ok, keep the 760 but I would reccomend getting the unlocked i5 and the h100i , it is pretty much the same price as the i7.
it is only worth buying the intel Architecture if you are going to have your CPU under load and be OC very high.
If I were him I would go with the i5 4460K unlocked CPU for OC and a corsair H100i and upgrade to a 770 or a 780.
try this one on for size, it is a bit more expensive but far more capable, and is red and black just like you ordered.
so jealous, I wanted that deal so bad but I like in Washington so gg
got to love the honesty (****) LOL
no prom, like I said, this is the same build that I am going to use for my build, so we are in the same boat.
P.S. not an intel fanboy BUT, I have heard from many people that tier to teir intel makes a better chip.
try this one on for size, it is a little over but I have seen it dip under 1300 from time to time. you also have room to OC with a watercooler.
plus you might want to get a bigger WiFi adapter
build looks legit but the problem is your GPU will bottleneck with a lot of games, plus AMD graphics can go wonky with certain games so you always have to keep that in the back of your mind. If you can wait for a half year to get a bigger budget your patience will be rewarded.
hope it works, this is the exact same build that I am hoping to go with.
no it is just over kill the only reason you want that big of a PSU if if you want to SLI video cards.
Try this build
add whatever peripherals you like, this build is mainly for gaming and OC.
Check this pc build out this one is for a gaming/OC build, so you can get rid of the Water cooler the unlocked PC and the big GPU if you don't want that as your priority
Yup like I said it is really great for adding designs if you are the artistic type.
Personallym I am going with the define series as they are quieter and offer a large flat front pannel for custom graphics, which is what I am going to do, only downside is a blue LED light, that kind of clashes with the black/ red, but if that doesn't kill you it is a very good case, great value too.
dude your build is almost identical toomine. However I would ditch the fans and add a corsair h100i, will be plenty for your cooling needs. also an ssd is not necceasary for a gaming build, as once you boot up you wont use it again, you can always put it in as an upgrade later. Also I would reccomend the Fractal design cases if you want a nice clean look. Overall a decent build.
P.S. I agree with everyone else, 16 gb of RAM is overkill.
?? Push my ultra settings, so I can get my, Satisfaction ??
or get dual 780s for a little bit more than a titan.
honestly the dirty secret of it all is that Mantle is designed to make existing games run better on AMD, but all the devs have been designing games to run on the Nvidia cards in the first place.
I will but right now I am focusing on saving for that display.
I have the same question, with this as my build.
try this one for gaming it has a 1.4 ms response time and a refresh rate of 144Hz. Asus VG248QE 24.0" it is glossy.
what is the best Korean Import brand, or all they all the same, I believe I will go that route.
No, apparently It was designed to run that hot and stock the card is basically a superclocked R9 280x that has been pushed to the limit, with the 780 you have a much bigger ceiling to OC. Plus now you get 3 games with the 780 like the AMD.
cool, well I am tempted to buy that one or the ASUS 23" 144HZ model for gaming, Should I go for that or the Big screened koreans. I enjoy great visuals so that looks like the one I want.
would they be compatable with the 780? and if so what is the refresh rate and response time?
3 Moniter gaming with a 27' in the middle and two 23' on ether side is the shizle, I got to play a Racing sim like that, simply Amazing.
If you feel comfortable OCing you can out perform the r290x with the 780 and you save $50
It really comes down to if you want an Nvidea Shield, and Nvideas game bundle or AMD's Never Settle bundle.
Both Cards are great and your 780 will be close to 95C if you want to beat the titan.
To blinged out for my tastes I will go with the MSI Red 780
OK, going for the red one for a Red build
I am thinking of going red instead of yellow, The MSI Lightning 780 is not compelling enough right now to buy it. What is your opinion on the Lightning now after the price cut?
BTW, Is the lighting worth it over the standard MSI 780, cause I want a color coordinated build.
Dude Today NVidia Price dropped the 780 to $500 flat the 780 is a boss of a card now. Fantastic price for the money.
I play TF2, Civ 5, Old LuscasArts games (Battlefront and the like), I want to build thios so I can play planet side, World Of Tanks, and BF4, Far Cry 3, Just Cause 2, and Newer Games like that. Plus I cant wait for the never settle bunle to come out As I will probably qualify for at least Silver Rewards.
Sorry I think I am going to back out on this one, I believe I will be getting crossfired 280x, best of luck though.
but can AMD drivers play all games? I heard that Nvidea drivers work better and some games go Wonky with AMD graphics.
so sli 280x?
I sent you a PM and will bite If this is verified.
I might bite for that price but how will I give you the money?
GPU is still the most important factor for running modern games though.
I also cannot believe why AMD did not put double or tripple coolers on that thing, a single fan looks like way to little firepower to bring to the cooling battle.
If you look at the Titan's architecture the clock speed actually is suprisingly low and you can overclock that sucker quite a bit and still keep it reletively low temp.