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Is this a good build?

By Ruben Wallet
Dec 9, 2015
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  1. Is this a good pc for playing battlefield 4, star wars batllefront 2, black ops 3, fifa 16 and fallout 4. I want to play these games at medium to ultra settings and around 60 or more fps. I'm a complete noob in the world of gaming PCs and this might be my first build. I don't want to spend any more money than this.

    case: Zalman Z9 plus

    RAM: Crucial 8gb DDR3-1600

    GPU: Sapphire radeon nitro r7 370 4g

    Hard drive: 1tb seagate barracuda

    Mobo: GIGABYTE GA-78LMT-USB3 (rev. 4.1), socket AM3+

    CPU: AMD FX-6300, 3,5 GHz (4,1 GHz Turbo Boost) socket AM3+

    SSD: Kingston SSDNow V300, 120 GB

    PSU: Xilence perfromance C XP500

    Monitor: AOC 21,5" Gaming Monitor G2260VWQ6

    Keyboard: Sharkoon skiller

    Mouse: Sharkoon shark force, black

    Headset: Sharkoon rush
     
  2. HardReset

    HardReset TS Addict Posts: 248   +79

    At least you need better PSU. Other parts are OK if budget is very tight. I recommend to save some money to get parts with much better price/quality ratio.
     
  3. Ruben Wallet

    Ruben Wallet TS Rookie Topic Starter


    I changed it up a little. My budget is 700 euros including everything (except a ssd, it will come later). Do you have any recommendations?


    GPU
    1 x Sapphire NITRO R9 380 4G D5 + back plate
    € 229,-*

    Case
    1 x Zalman Z9 Plus,
    € 59,90*

    Hard drive
    1 x Seagate Barracuda 7200.14, 1 TB Harde schijf
    € 49,99*

    CPU
    1 x AMD FX-6300, 3,5 GHz (4,1 GHz Turbo Boost)...
    € 112,90*

    RAM
    1 x Crucial 8 GB DDR3-1600 Kit, Werkgeheugen
    € 39,99*

    PSU
    1 x Corsair VS550, Voeding
    € 51,90*

    MOBO
    1 x GIGABYTE GA-970A-DS3P (rev. 1.0), socket AM3+...
    € 63,90*

    Keyboard
    1 x Sharkoon Skiller,
    € 14,99*

    Mouse
    1 x Sharkoon SHARK Force
    € 16,99*

    Monitor
    Asus VW202S 20 Inch (second hand)
    €60,00

    Total 700 euros
     
  4. HardReset

    HardReset TS Addict Posts: 248   +79

    Much better. If 1866 MHz memory is about 5 € (or less) more expensive, that it because processor can handle 1866 memory without overclocking. PSU is medium quality but acceptable. Nothing serious there.

    Monitor is expensive. Should be at most €30,00.
     

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