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Costum Gaming PC Opinion?

So i just did my gaming pc, and want to have some feedback on if it's good or should i v«buy another piece. Keep in mind that i want to play games at 1080p at farely high settings. So here's my pc :) : CPU - AMD FX-6300 6-core 3.5ghz/4.1ghz GPU - EVGA GeForce GTX760 SuperClocked RAM - CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB 240-Pin Motherboard - MSI 970A-G46 AM3+ AMD 970 + SB950 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard Hard Drive - Western Digital Caviar Blue 500 GB SATA III 7200 RPM 16 MB Cache Power Suplly - Rosewill 630-Watt Green Series 80 PLUS Case - ATX In Win Gamer Chassis DVD writer - LG Electronics Optical DVD Drive GH24NSB0B

Public Comments

  1. Probably would have put in another $10 or so for a 1tb hdd, Looks like you went with the amd stock cpu cooler where the fx-6300 had the older style one. The fx-6300 easily overclocks to 4ghz if you have decent cooling. With what you have, there are a few games that won't take well to the 6-core AMD with shared resources, so I would probably look into overclocking it.

    GTX 760 is excellent

    You should be getting most games at ultra.

  2. It's a really good PC in my opinion, some people may think that an FX-6300 paired with any high-end GPU may cause bottleneck but it doesn't at all, some people use this CPU with a 780 and they get great results in terms of performance.

    Also, if in the next years you want better performance, instead of just buying a newer GPU you can buy another 760 and add both together so you have an SLI configuration which gives you almost double the performance.

    Everything on this PC is really great, I would only suggest you to maintain your PC really fresh, specially if you live in a hot area or in a hot room with few ventilation. If you live in a cold area or your room is really fresh then ignore this.

    Anyways, I was going to suggest adding a liquid cooling system, they may be pricey but it will maintain your PC really cool all the time, I'm not saying that you should buy this before getting your PC, just play a game for an hour (preferably a game that requires good hardware to run) and monitor your temps, if your CPU reaches +60c when gaming, start worrying and buy a liquid cooling system, since that is a really bad temp. Just if you're reaching extreme temps (AMD CPUs maintain really cool in comparison with Intel CPU) or you want to avoid any overheating. And your PC looks awesome with one.

    Sorry for the long answer and don't hesitate on buying this rig

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