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http://pcpartpicker.com/user/AbleAmazing/saved/fyVcf7 My build lands quite close to yours in terms of cost, but it is a bit more expensive. I7 and GTX 1080 for 4K. Hyper-threaded games could be a thing in two or three years. Bro you don't even know what a bottleneck is so don't act all high and mighty with me. have a peek at these guys

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Player177, Nov 22, 2016 WoodenSaucer and Alexaras1991 like this. Sign up for free! So all in all we can have a civilized debate. It might save you money, but that's not even the best reason to do it. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-3032462/planned-build.html

It is because of its much more powerful gpu. Adam's already covered how to install each individual hardware component. And, out of all the components, this is by far the easiest upgrade you can make later on if you find it necessary. What You're Getting IntoDon't get me wrong, though: building a PC (for the first time especially) takes research, time, gumption, patience, and a willingness to deal with several WTF moments.

My i7 4790k from 2013 is still a top 5 gaming cpu and the i7 6700k will be a top 5 gaming cpu for the next 3 plus years too... Happy gaming! Recent Guide: Super Comprehensive Streaming Guide! For 1080p gaming you don't need a I7 simple as that. 1080p games are so easy to run now the fact you even mention there being a bottleneck is absolutely stupid.

So, in my opinion, I think the i7-6700K is a surprisingly appealing value proposition in the interest of future-proofing and getting the very best performance at Day 1 for many titles. I don't want to tell you not to overclock, but it's definitely more advanced.OneGun, on 12 May 2013 - 10:53 PM, said:I vote for 3570k as once you build your first Over the past 8-12 months, I've noticed an increasing number of games performing noticeably better with the i7-6700K. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3159039/planned-extreme-budget-mini-itx-build.html Last edited: Nov 21, 2016 CompletelyAverage, Nov 20, 2016 Last edited by CompletelyAverage, Nov 21, 2016 NakedSnakeMGS likes this.

My cheap ddr3 ram has a cas latency of 11 and thats considered not ideal for gaming, but since i upgraded my 1 stick i have much faster speeds in memtests Don't build a new PC when you're on deadline or otherwise pinched for time. So, in my opinion, I think the i7-6700K is a surprisingly appealing value proposition in the interest of future-proofing and getting the very best performance at Day 1 for many titles. The Water Cooler is Here, Come Chat The Water Cooler is Here, Come Chat The Water Cooler is Here, Come Chat It's Friday afternoon, you've got questions, and your fellow readers

Fact is if u get an i5 and run any of those games on ultra your i5 will be taxed at 90-100% cpu usage, and that in and of itself isnt over here Hope this is helpful. http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/Danii/saved/1Ay4  Pretty much identical to my build slight change but the 660 is maybe a possitive change! Yes we have suggested it based on recent games and the big min and max fps difference in such games wih an i7 vs i5. IGN Boards Boards > Gaming > PC > My current planned PC build evaluate > My current planned PC build evaluate Discussion in 'PC' started by Alphawolf15, Nov 20, 2016.

Other than that the PC itself is a really solid build. All rights reserved. Over the past 8-12 months, I've noticed an increasing number of games performing noticeably better with the i7-6700K. Any advice is good advise to me, i'm abit of a N00B! Thanks Guys! To Buy:Intel® Core™ i5 3470 3.20GHz        - £154ASRock Z77 Pro3                         

It is not much more expensive. In the end, most of the changes I made come down to preference. This includes respecting the ToS of Reddit and Twitch. http://simplecoverage.org/what-do/what-do-you-think-of-my-build.php Have your say here!

If your budget allows I would suggest the i7 and perhaps a Qnix 27" 1440p monitor which are very cheap. For 1080p gaming you don't need a I7 simple as that. 1080p games are so easy to run now the fact you even mention there being a bottleneck is absolutely stupid. Well the fact is the benchmarks of recent games like bf1, dishonored 2, forza 3 show i7 is worth it from a consistent fps performance standpoint.

Time to take a "cool" shower. --__-- uglyduck, Nov 21, 2016 NakedSnakeMGS No Longer a Noob Joined: Sep 3, 2012 Messages: 7,644 Date Posted: Nov 21, 2016 #24 uglyduck said:

I hope it works out for you soon. So, in my opinion, I think the i7-6700K is a surprisingly appealing value proposition in the interest of future-proofing and getting the very best performance at Day 1 for many titles. Would this be good enough to stream LoL, csgo at 720p and be able to play games at 60 fps? You'll probably see plenty here who disagree with me and I can't say that they're wrong for doing so.

And is that what the 'K' means? Bro you don't even know what a bottleneck is so don't act all high and mighty with me. Here are my notes for first-timers who want to build instead of buy their next computer. news Location: Orange County,CA Posted May 12, 2013 I vote for 3570k as once you build your first rig you will learn so much that you will want to try and OC.

I followed your advice and upgraded my CPU and monitor http://pcpartpicker.com/list/bF34BP Alphawolf15, Nov 20, 2016 NakedSnakeMGS likes this. Over the past 8-12 months, I've noticed an increasing number of games performing noticeably better with the i7-6700K. In the end, most of the changes I made come down to preference. NakedSnakeMGS, Nov 20, 2016 Tushar172787 and Alexaras1991 like this.

Glad to help. If it doesn't work the first time, take a breath, unplug it all, and try again. The only downside on this unit is that there's no G-sync. I think the price difference is only 10$ if not less if you do some search. I didn't know that thanks!

I assumed my hard drive would work (it did, but it was an IDE drive, which I wound up replacing with a faster SATA model), I hoped my video card would I agree that the i7 is a must have these days for high end gaming compared to an i5 as recent games have showed a substantial difference in minimum and maximum i5-6600, 16Gigs, ITX Corsair 250D, R9 390, 120Gig M.2 boot, 500Gig SATA SSD, no HDD share Link to post Share on other sites Froggyy0 Froggyy0    Member 115 posts Location: North Build was overkill with a I5 now you went more expensive lol.

I think it's a bit of a shame to put a 1070 behind a 1080p panel. Sent from my iPad using TapatalkClick to expand... Its fine. share Link to post Share on other sites OneGun OneGun    Banned 2,189 posts Giggity!Giggity!

Why did you change to a I7 now? PC SpecsIntel Core i5-3450 3.1GHz Processor (With stock heat sink  :mellow:) - MSI Z77A-G43 Motherboard - Corsair Vengeance 4GB (2 x 2GB) RAM - Seagate Barracuda 500GB 3.5" HDD - Sapphire Radeon HD 7770 GPU - Fractal Design WoodenSaucer, Nov 22, 2016 Player177 likes this. Alphawolf15, Nov 20, 2016 NakedSnakeMGS No Longer a Noob Joined: Sep 3, 2012 Messages: 7,644 Date Posted: Nov 20, 2016 #8 Alphawolf15 said: ↑ anything else you would suggest?Click to expand...

Just some food for thought. It took me a few hair-pulling, teeth-gnashing attempts to get my new build to boot properly. http://pcpartpicker.com/user/AbleAmazing/saved/fyVcf7 My build lands quite close to yours in terms of cost, but it is a bit more expensive. share Link to post Share on other sites Froggyy0 Froggyy0    Member 115 posts Location: North East England Posted May 12, 2013 · Original PosterOP It's definitely a great card as