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    I am going to build a gaming pc on December 14th. After that I am not going to upgrade for the next 3 years. Will not add anything, like an additional gpu. I will only overclock the parts. But I want to play the games now, and hopefully later too, in max settings at 60fps in a single 1080p monitor setup. So here is a build I have planned with help from friends and forums:

    CPU - Intel Core i5 6600k
    CPU Fan - Cooler Master Hyper 212X
    Mobo - Asus Maximus VIII Ranger
    GPU - Sapphire Nitro R9 390
    PSU - Seasonic M12II 750 Evo
    RAM - G.Skill Ripjaws 8GBx2 DDR4 (2400Mhz)
    HDD - Toshiba 2TB (7200 RPM)
    SSD - Transcend 128GB
    Casing - NZXT S340 (Black & Blue/Red)

    Please let me know if some parts are not upto the mark (will act as a bottleneck) or if some parts (like mobo or gpu) are overkill (cause I wouldn't mind saving money if I can )

    Thanks in advance.

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    It is upto mark, both GPU and CPU together. Although ah the motherboard does seem little overboard unless you're well familiar with the features you brought which in most case is more PCI-e x16 slots, better N-S bridge and OC potential. Also if you're planning to crossfire I don't think the PSU is gonna work, R9 390 fluctuates to 350W at full load at times you'll need at the least a 1000W PSU. As for HDD get Samsung or WD, Toshiba isn't bad I use one myself but it's not upto mark as others. Better if you buy a 256GB Transcend SSD cause it's 6.5k now, you can install your main games inside especially RPG games like Fallout 4 helps load game faster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    It is upto mark, both GPU and CPU together. Although ah the motherboard does seem little overboard unless you're well familiar with the features you brought which in most case is more PCI-e x16 slots, better N-S bridge and OC potential. Also if you're planning to crossfire I don't think the PSU is gonna work, R9 390 fluctuates to 350W at full load at times you'll need at the least a 1000W PSU. As for HDD get Samsung or WD, Toshiba isn't bad I use one myself but it's not upto mark as others. Better if you buy a 256GB Transcend SSD cause it's 6.5k now, you can install your main games inside especially RPG games like Fallout 4 helps load game faster
    Which motherboard will you suggest as an alternative? And I'm not planning to crossfire, so do i really need 750 watts? Finally, where can i find the 256gb transcend ssd?

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    Everything seems okay although I might have opted for a better SSD, maybe a Samsung/Intel/Crucial one, kinda skeptic about Transcend SSD and might have gone for a better CPU cooler and swap the PSU for a cheaper one, I'm guessing this is gonna cost huge, it's Seasonic, I know they are great but I think a TT tough would have been enough.

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    R9 390 will need only a 600W PSU thats it. With CPU+mobo+HDD+Ram etc you'll have over 100W consumption together 450W with extra 60W in case it's bronze PSU.

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    Your build seems decent but that Seasonic M12II 750 Evo will be overkill for this system I think. A 650W PSU should work just fine, Thermaltake PSUs are quite famous or you can get a 620W PSU made by Seasonic as well. If you want to cut down the cost even more then I'd suggest you to take a look at some other Z170 motherboards like Asus Z170 Pro Gaming. But if money isn't a problem for you then go for Maximus VIII Ranger. And one more thing is, since you've stated that you want to overclock (thus getting an unlocked processor) so keep in mind that you'll be able to perform fair/moderate level of CPU overclocking if you install CM Hyper 212X.

    However if you are an enthusiast who wants to go for some serious overclocking (such as pushing base clock speed to around 5 Ghz) then you should go for good liquid cooling solution like Corsair H100i or at least high end air cooler (e.g. Noctua NH-D15 sso2 d which probably isn't available here). This will only serve you well if you will push the temperature quite high with overclocking.

    But don't bother getting liquid cooler or very expensive air cooling soulution if you don't push your CPU to very high clock speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAH1M View Post
    Which motherboard will you suggest as an alternative? And I'm not planning to crossfire, so do i really need 750 watts? Finally, where can i find the 256gb transcend ssd?
    Either a normal B150 motherboard or any Z170 of your choice, just save a few thousand tk from spending on Ranger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynical View Post
    Your build seems decent but that Seasonic M12II 750 Evo will be overkill for this system I think. A 650W PSU should work just fine, Thermaltake PSUs are quite famous or you can get a 620W PSU made by Seasonic as well. If you want to cut down the cost even more then I'd suggest you to take a look at some other Z170 motherboards like Asus Z170 Pro Gaming. But if money isn't a problem for you then go for Maximus VIII Ranger. And one more thing is, since you've stated that you want to overclock (thus getting an unlocked processor) so keep in mind that you'll be able to perform fair/moderate level of CPU overclocking if you install CM Hyper 212X.

    However if you are an enthusiast who wants to go for some serious overclocking (such as pushing base clock speed to around 5 Ghz) then you should go for good liquid cooling solution like Corsair H100i or at least high end air cooler (e.g. Noctua NH-D15 sso2 d which probably isn't available here). This will only serve you well if you will push the temperature quite high with overclocking.

    But don't bother getting liquid cooler or very expensive air cooling soulution if you don't push your CPU to very high clock speed.
    Going for the Asus Pro Gaming and Seasonic S12II 620 watt (80+ bronze).
    Btw, could i push the cpu to 4.5Ghz with the 212X?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    Either a normal B150 motherboard or any Z170 of your choice, just save a few thousand tk from spending on Ranger
    Where can i get the 256gb ssd for 6.5k?
    Last edited by FAH1M; November 29th, 2015 at 19:41.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAH1M View Post
    I am going to build a gaming pc on December 14th. After that I am not going to upgrade for the next 3 years. Will not add anything, like an additional gpu. I will only overclock the parts. But I want to play the games now, and hopefully later too, in max settings at 60fps in a single 1080p monitor setup. So here is a build I have planned with help from friends and forums:

    CPU - Intel Core i5 6600k
    CPU Fan - Cooler Master Hyper 212X
    Mobo - Asus Maximus VIII Ranger
    GPU - Sapphire Nitro R9 390
    PSU - Seasonic M12II 750 Evo
    RAM - G.Skill Ripjaws 8GBx2 DDR4 (2400Mhz)
    HDD - Toshiba 2TB (7200 RPM)
    SSD - Transcend 128GB
    Casing - NZXT S340 (Black & Blue/Red)

    Please let me know if some parts are not upto the mark (will act as a bottleneck) or if some parts (like mobo or gpu) are overkill (cause I wouldn't mind saving money if I can )

    Thanks in advance.
    Since you have said you are not going to upgrade for next 3 years and you want to play games at MAX settings at 60 FPS, I would say your system is weak and not at all future proof. You wont be able to run games at max at 60FPS at 1080p now in that system, let alone run at max 3 years later. Except for the Mother board every else wont be on par 3 years from now.

    If money is not an object revise and try to get the best of every component. Otherwise lower your expectation and change upgrade plans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Since you have said you are not going to upgrade for next 3 years and you want to play games at MAX settings at 60 FPS, I would say your system is weak and not at all future proof. You wont be able to run games at max at 60FPS at 1080p now in that system, let alone run at max 3 years later. Except for the Mother board every else wont be on par 3 years from now.

    If money is not an object revise and try to get the best of every component. Otherwise lower your expectation and change upgrade plans.
    he can play at max at 40 fps thpugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAH1M View Post
    I am going to build a gaming pc on December 14th. After that I am not going to upgrade for the next 3 years. Will not add anything, like an additional gpu. I will only overclock the parts. But I want to play the games now, and hopefully later too, in max settings at 60fps in a single 1080p monitor setup. So here is a build I have planned with help from friends and forums:
    even though i think 390 isnt enough for 60fps in 2017 dx12 ultra, i think 390 is the best price/performance gpu now ( in BD), or you can buy 980Ti with 650$. i think if you buy 8 to 12gb ram with core 6th core i5, with 390 your pc will be good enough for 2017-18, though not 'great enough', you said you can upgrade gpu, and ram later so i suggest 390.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mithun12ka4 View Post
    Since you have said you are not going to upgrade for next 3 years and you want to play games at MAX settings at 60 FPS, I would say your system is weak and not at all future proof. You wont be able to run games at max at 60FPS at 1080p now in that system, let alone run at max 3 years later. Except for the Mother board every else wont be on par 3 years from now.

    If money is not an object revise and try to get the best of every component. Otherwise lower your expectation and change upgrade plans.
    What would you suggest then? Or rather which gpu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAH1M View Post
    I am going to build a gaming pc on December 14th. After that I am not going to upgrade for the next 3 years. Will not add anything, like an additional gpu. I will only overclock the parts. But I want to play the games now, and hopefully later too, in max settings at 60fps in a single 1080p monitor setup. So here is a build I have planned with help from friends and forums:

    CPU - Intel Core i5 6600k
    CPU Fan - Cooler Master Hyper 212X
    Mobo - Asus Maximus VIII Ranger
    GPU - Sapphire Nitro R9 390
    PSU - Seasonic M12II 750 Evo
    RAM - G.Skill Ripjaws 8GBx2 DDR4 (2400Mhz)
    HDD - Toshiba 2TB (7200 RPM)
    SSD - Transcend 128GB
    Casing - NZXT S340 (Black & Blue/Red)

    Please let me know if some parts are not upto the mark (will act as a bottleneck) or if some parts (like mobo or gpu) are overkill (cause I wouldn't mind saving money if I can )

    Thanks in advance.

    CPU - Intel Core i5 6600k
    CPU Fan - Cooler Master Hyper 212X (only if you plan to stick to 1.40v vcore, and that will take you only upto 4.5Ghz)
    Mobo - ASRock Z170 Gaming K6 (Best Price-Performance mobo right now)
    GPU - GIGABYTE R9 390
    PSU - Cooler Master V750
    RAM - G.Skill TridentZ 3200Mhz 8GBx2 DDR4
    HDD - Toshiba 2TB (7200 RPM)
    SSD - Transcend 256GB
    Casing - Inwin 707 (ALWAYS get the full tower chassis)
    Last edited by VANGUARD; November 30th, 2015 at 00:40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAH1M View Post
    What would you suggest then? Or rather which gpu?
    Well if your max settings is with GAMEWORKS ON, then get two GTX 980 TI or TITAN X for SLI along with an i7 6700K and 4X8GB 3400Mhz DDR4 or 2x16GB 3200Mhz DDR4.

    And if your max settings is with GAMEWORKS OFF, then you can get by with only one GTX 980 TI or TITAN X along with i5 6600K.

    Your criteria is very uncomfortable. On the first hand you want to play at max setting and 60 FPS, which implies that you are filthy rich. On the other you don't want to upgrade for next 3 years, which implies you are not rich enough buy new stuffs every now and then. Which one are you? Tell us about yourself, how old are you? Where are you from? How much do u know about PC Gaming?

    Max settings are for rich people who can spend alot of money. Its not for someone who has budget restrain. People who wants to play games at max spend thousands of dollars every year to remain up to date.

    I personally feel its a waste of money. I would rather play at high settings and spend half or one-third of the money that I would have spent if I wanted to play at MAX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FAH1M View Post
    What would you suggest then? Or rather which gpu?
    Get a 1000W PSU. And, stick with the single R9 390 for now. When time comes, buy another 390 and pray that AMD would be still there to support Crossfire configs for future games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Get a 1000W PSU. And, stick with the single R9 390 for now. When time comes, buy another 390 and pray that AMD would be still there to support Crossfire configs for future games.
    You know, that's the exact reason why i chose single 390X over dual 390. I know 9k extra for 8-10 more fps does not sound viable but that fitted nicely within my budget.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    You know, that's the exact reason why i chose single 390X over dual 390. I know 9k extra for 8-10 more fps does not sound viable but that fitted nicely within my budget.
    Yeah, I guess I will just wait for Zen to come out. If AMD makes it without getting broke, I will buy another 390. However, if they cannot, I am gonna stick with my 768p display for the next 3-4 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Yeah, I guess I will just wait for Zen to come out. If AMD makes it without getting broke, I will buy another 390. However, if they cannot, I am gonna stick with my 768p display for the next 3-4 years.
    To be honest, im not actually very hopeful about Zen. Maybe it will match the performance of sandy bridge but not more than that. Just my assumption though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    CPU - Intel Core i5 6600k
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    where can i get the mobo and case that you suggested

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