07-20-2015 01:57 AM
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  1. heickelrrx's Avatar
    By the way, iread some forums people say 750ti is garbage compared to some old 66xti or even ati r7/9.
    Should i concider that?
    Those people is stupid I guess. *50 series always made to have less power but draw as much power possible while *20 till *40 series is cheaper and even more power friendly.

    750 Ti simply succecor of 650 Ti with better performance. But if you want get hard core card with reasonable price get 760

    Once again please don't compare *50 series with *60 series. They never intended to play on same class in term of performance and prices
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    06-17-2015 12:55 PM
  2. Marko Marjanovic's Avatar
    I've contacted some people, i might get really good components for ..well underprice as hell. For example there is one guy who badly needs money and want to sell his r9 card for 100...i cannot alow to myself to be hasty, need to wait and ask around because i might get beast of the price lower then aywhere. (pros of my country)
    06-17-2015 07:40 PM
  3. Akash Patel's Avatar
    I've contacted some people, i might get really good components for ..well underprice as hell. For example there is one guy who badly needs money and want to sell his r9 card for 100...i cannot alow to myself to be hasty, need to wait and ask around because i might get beast of the price lower then aywhere. (pros of my country)
    Great than make sure you get a good psu try to get at least rated bronze psu if possible or get some other having efficiency greater than 80% the brands which I trust for low profile are antec,seasonic try to avoid corsair vs series they are not good or you will risk again burning your parts.
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    06-18-2015 01:29 AM
  4. Marko Marjanovic's Avatar
    If i can't get money right away for good psu, i'l get some afordable and save for good one. It's a must.
    By the way, lot of people told me to avoid amd and focus on intel, what you can say me about that?
    06-18-2015 02:56 AM
  5. Akash Patel's Avatar
    If i can't get money right away for good psu, i'l get some afordable and save for good one. It's a must.
    By the way, lot of people told me to avoid amd and focus on intel, what you can say me about that?
    No it's not true AMD FX series are still best for gaming on budget.
    In some games i5 will perform better and in some games FX 6300/8320 will perform better.
    If you are on a very tight budget then you should go for FX 6300/8320 or else Avoid i3 and try to get i5.
    As dual core are useless now for gaming.
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    06-18-2015 04:52 AM
  6. heickelrrx's Avatar
    If i can't get money right away for good psu, i'l get some afordable and save for good one. It's a must.
    By the way, lot of people told me to avoid amd and focus on intel, what you can say me about that?
    That because AMD love to change their socket while intel not. Purchasing intel based system gave you wider upgrade map in future.

    For example you get LGA 1155 Sandy Bridge in past and can upgrade it to Ivy Bridge without changing your board.

    Same thing with LGA 2011.

    In my oppinion you should get i5 2500k plenty fast
    06-18-2015 07:39 AM
  7. Marko Marjanovic's Avatar
    Found one deal:
    i7-950
    x58a-ud5
    12gb 1600mhz

    Prize is around 200
    I will use old 6770 till i get somethi g like 750ti or r9 series. What do you think?
    06-19-2015 06:37 PM
  8. heickelrrx's Avatar
    You can use 2x4GB ram set actually. No much difference
    06-19-2015 07:20 PM
  9. Marko Marjanovic's Avatar
    Tbh ram is not my main concerne. Cpu is. How well and what can i do with games like wow(wod), wicher3, asscreed..can i play them? Wich settings (concider all others conponetne#)
    06-20-2015 04:03 AM
  10. Akash Patel's Avatar
    Found one deal:
    i7-950
    x58a-ud5
    12gb 1600mhz

    Prize is around 200
    I will use old 6770 till i get somethi g like 750ti or r9 series. What do you think?
    System look nice at that price point.
    With gtx 750ti you will get around 30-40fps in witcher 3 on everything high with hairworks off at 1080p
    I get around 30-55fps at 1366*768
    If you get r9 gpu you will get much higher fps if you can wait then wait for sometime on gpu as AMD new 300 series are coming so you will find much better deal on 200 series or who knows you can get a 300 series gpu too if they launch mid range 300 series gpu.
    06-20-2015 06:38 AM
  11. Marko Marjanovic's Avatar
    Mhm, i see..cool, i'l keep that in mind.
    As for cpu, is it really worthy to get i5 2500k ( or newer but no expencive like 4680/90k) ) instead i7 950?
    In benchmarks i see wow will run preety much good on both cpus, but what about everything else, my gpu can't realy be all horsepower here, so should i focus on i5's?
    06-20-2015 06:49 AM
  12. heickelrrx's Avatar
    If you think you can upgrade GPU later then yes.

    Since Upgrading GPU isn't really difficult while changing CPU sometimes need new Board
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    06-20-2015 07:15 AM
  13. Marko Marjanovic's Avatar
    As soon i get paycheck il get new gpu...ofc when i get other parts then after.
    06-20-2015 07:54 AM
  14. Marko Marjanovic's Avatar
    Alright update.
    There is 99% i'll get i5 3570, 8ddr and hd 7970(7990 depends). Looking nice from my perspective and hope i could achive ultra with no fps problems.
    06-21-2015 09:12 AM
  15. AndyCalling's Avatar
    Just a thought. Consider an AMD FX 8350 or 8370. These are often criticised for not being as good as an Intel CPU for gaming, but in reality things are not so simple. The price and speed of an AMD build with this chip and a good ASUS mobo will compete well with your suggested i5 3570 in single/dual core gaming (though there will always be some games that favour AMD or Intel for no discernable reason). When doing stuff that uses the full 8 cores however, the FX 8350/70 will be beating off many an i7. As games get more multi-cored (not a fast process, but many are wanting 4 cores these days) the AMD chips may well show a longer useful lifespan before upgrade is needed as well, so if you aren't the sort to upgrade regularly to the latest and greatest you may appreciate that.

    Not a system for everyone, but well worth considering.

    Also, 16gig of ram is worth considering now. That way you can get a matched pair of sticks and won't have to run mismatched sticks when you feel the need to expand. If you use a Crucial SSD in the build as I do you can leverage that ram with their speedy caching driver and you will have to wear flight goggles.

    Additionally, contrary to comments earlier in this thread, AMD change their socket types in an incompatible way very infrequently. They just bolt on. The AM3+ socket is newest but my old AM2 ran all AM2+ CPUs and lasted through three major CPU upgrades well.
    Last edited by AndyCalling; 06-21-2015 at 10:53 AM.
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    06-21-2015 10:18 AM
  16. Marko Marjanovic's Avatar
    Thanks for clearing that for me, problem is my marker and budged are limited. This was one in hundred to find good i5 cpu and save some money. If i had more money and biger market i would go into details, now this is all half used stuff and god given prize. I'll try to find more, but i higly doubt i'll find any.
    06-21-2015 12:44 PM
  17. QwarkDreams's Avatar
    Alright update.
    There is 99% i'll get i5 3570, 8ddr and hd 7970(7990 depends). Looking nice from my perspective and hope i could achive ultra with no fps problems.
    The 7990 is a dual-GPU card, known to be power-hungry, loud and hot. If someone is selling this under 200€ then there's something wrong with it.
    06-22-2015 11:28 AM
  18. Duvi's Avatar
    PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

    CPU: Intel Pentium G3258 3.2GHz Dual-Core Processor ($49.99 @ Micro Center)
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97-HD3 ATX LGA1150 Motherboard ($96.99 @ Mwave)
    Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory ($54.89 @ OutletPC)
    Storage: Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($48.89 @ OutletPC)
    Video Card: XFX Radeon R7 260X 2GB Double Dissipation Video Card ($128.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Case: BitFenix Neos Black ATX Mid Tower Case ($47.99 @ SuperBiiz)
    Power Supply: EVGA 500W 80+ Certified ATX Power Supply ($39.49 @ SuperBiiz)
    Wireless Network Adapter: TP-Link TL-WN881ND 802.11b/g/n PCI-Express x1 Wi-Fi Adapter ($18.99 @ Amazon)
    Total: $486.22
    Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
    Generated by PCPartPicker 2015-07-20 01:56 EDT-0400


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