Wanted to ask whether the Pc for high end gaming fits? Agando fuego 8375x8 fighter
Case: Cooler Master Elite K380 Power Supply: 520 Watt Silent Power Supply (80+) Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3, AMD 990FX Processor: AMD FX-8350 8x 4.0GHz Cooler Water Cooling processor RAM memory: 8GB high-speed DDR3 PC-1600 graphics card: GeForce GTX750 Ti 2048MB (DVI / HDMI) HDD: SSD 128GB Samsung 850 Pro MZ-E128 7K 2nd HDD: 2000GB S ATA3, 600MB / sec. Drive: DVD burner 22x Dual Layer Card Reader: Multi Card Reader + USB3.0 / eSATA Wireless LAN: Wireless LAN card 300 Mbit Sound Card: 7.1 sound card onboard (8-channel) Operating System: Windows 8.1 64-bit Security: BullGuard Internet Security ( 90 days) screen: Samsung SYNCM. S24C350H 60cm (24 ") 2nd screen: Samsung SYNCM S24C350H 60cm (24".) Webcam: Logitech HD Webcam C615
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I would recommend the Nvidia GTX 970, even if "only" 3.5 gb memory has it is the price-performance ratio very good and offers playing a good performance. The GTX 750ti is very energy efficient, but despite everything, only a tolerable graphics card. When power supply is also sufficient already a Thermaltake Smart M750W 80+ 750. But ansonstem Good choice :)
You'll get ripped off anscheinedt. call me a processor with 4.00 GHz (Intel Core i7 bla bla bla) Give me an AMD mainboard what 4.00GHz grabs garkeins hahahah the AMD motherboards are designed that they support the processor purely to in such an AMD board come nähmlich smaller prozesorren that may come up to a maximum 2.80 GHZ. The water cooling could be the board while keeping at bay and thus you also have a fast pc but only for about 1 year after that nähmlcih your mainboard a zulang there remaining toast slice.
High-end and 750 ti? rather not
PSU: 520 Watt Silent Power Supply (80+)
because my heart bleeds ...
Graphics card: GeForce GTX750 Ti 2048MB (DVI / HDMI)
high-end gaming? maybe low / mid-gaming
So here, although is a small power-hungry. But .. http://www.hardwareversand.de/pcconfigurator/meinpc/1317858 He grabs 4K, but a suitable monitor costs around 200-300 €