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Need help to pick the best parts on the market


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SuperNerd2000

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Hello xsmile.png.pagespeed.ic.CwSpBGGvqN.png

 

I am going to make me the best pc ever.

 

But I am not sure what parts that are the best out on the market.

 

My Money cap on this pc will be 5000 dollars, that I will max use on it.

 

Was Reading the guide and it said that if anyone had any questions then it was just to post back xsmile.png.pagespeed.ic.CwSpBGGvqN.png

 

I realy need some guide on what to buy, to make my dream come true.

 

I am aiming to have a pc so powerfull that it will run all the best upcoming 4k monitors that is coming out later, on the best video setings.

 

I play most games now and then, but at the most time I play pvp games like League of Legends. I also want it to run as quick as posible for pvp Plays.

 

I will wait and buy a 4k monitor to they have a 4K (3,840x2,160 pixels) monitor whit: 27", 1ms, 120 Hz. If anyone know about one then plezz tell me xsmile.png.pagespeed.ic.CwSpBGGvqN.png

 

I am happy for all the help I can get ! xsmile.png.pagespeed.ic.CwSpBGGvqN.png


Edited by admin, 25 July 2014 - 10:01 AM.

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Well i see spending $5000 on a computer is Pointless, When you can spend $800-$1500 and play any game known to man!

 

But this may be what your looking for?

 

--Case
--Powersupply

--Motherboard
--Processor (CPU)
--RAM
--Hard Drive
--An Operating System (Windows 7?)
--Optical Drive (DVD burner)
--video card
--Sound Card
--Monitor (Or wait on the one you talked about)
--Keyboard
--Mouse


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Well i see spending $5000 on a computer is Pointless, When you can spend $800-$1500 and play any game known to man!

 

But this may be what your looking for?

 

--Case
--Powersupply

--Motherboard
--Processor (CPU)
--RAM
--Hard Drive
--An Operating System (Windows 7?)
--Optical Drive (DVD burner)
--video card
--Sound Card
--Monitor (Or wait on the one you talked about)
--Keyboard
--Mouse

Yes I am looking for the best items, so it last for a long time.

I dont just want Ram I want quick Ram for my pc. It cost alot more but it is stuff like this I want. I dont know so much about it, thats why I am looking for help :)

A pc that can play everything at the maximum video setings,  but that also is extremely extremely fast :)

 

I also said that I wanted to wait for a 4k monitor whit over 100 Hz, but after looking abit more into it I found it pointless to have 100 Hz. 

After looking at some test that was showing that even the best graphic card out cant handel battlefield 3 on more than 70 fps anyways. So think how low fps it is anyways on battlefield 4 and other games that takes alot of fps to run at the best video setings.

 

So I think a 4k monitor whit 60 Hz, 1ms, is all you need to get everything out from a good graphic card. 


Edited by Provincs, 25 July 2014 - 03:02 PM.

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Tom's Hardware > System Builder Marathon, Q1 2014: The $2400 People’s Choice PC


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