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    Building a low/mid gaming computer

    As the title says im going to make a new low/mid gaming computer . Well , the games im interested the most are CS:GO and Skyrim . Will i be able to have high fps on both games ? These are some of the parts im going to buy for my computer .


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    What website are you buying it on I will make a build for you. Also the price pls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaantje001 View Post
    What website are you buying it on I will make a build for you. Also the price pls?
    Sorry for the very late answer .
    Well probably amazon i guess because im from Europe and if i buy from USA ill have to pay a lot of taxes to bring them here .
    Btw my budget is 300-400$ and i have a case and a power supply already .

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    Quote Originally Posted by paparas1398 View Post
    Sorry for the very late answer .
    Well probably amazon i guess because im from Europe and if i buy from USA ill have to pay a lot of taxes to bring them here .
    Btw my budget is 300-400$ and i have a case and a power supply already .
    That's a very low budget, and I'm not sure what resolution you game on but with those AMD parts, you won't be getting 30fps on 4k, if you game at 1080p i THINK you will be okay, with a playable FPS. Not sure if you can get 60fps with skyrim, and if you have any texture mods, yea that's going to impact it a lot. If you want to, you could save up some more and try to get a cheap i5 and maybe a 970? Best of luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by paparas1398 View Post
    Sorry for the very late answer .
    Well probably amazon i guess because im from Europe and if i buy from USA ill have to pay a lot of taxes to bring them here .
    Btw my budget is 300-400$ and i have a case and a power supply already .
    https://gya zo. com /466c baeff3ff2984721275e760169e7b It costs ~$376 You will be able to play 1080P most games like BF4. If you upgrade later with an r7 250(x) and/or another harddrive, you will be set for mid settings gaming. The SSD is for fast browsing and game load times. Watch this vid for some benchmarks: https://www .youtube .com/ watch?v=sWans5FU4cU. And I'm sure it'll be more than enough to handle CS:GO and Skyrim. The SSD will be usefull escpecially with the Skyrim loading time. Hope it's usefull!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mgamer581 View Post


    That's a very low budget, and I'm not sure what resolution you game on but with those AMD parts, you won't be getting 30fps on 4k, if you game at 1080p i THINK you will be okay, with a playable FPS. Not sure if you can get 60fps with skyrim, and if you have any texture mods, yea that's going to impact it a lot. If you want to, you could save up some more and try to get a cheap i5 and maybe a 970? Best of luck!

    I'll keep that in mind , thanks !!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kaantje001 View Post
    https://gya zo. com /466c baeff3ff2984721275e760169e7b It costs ~$376 You will be able to play 1080P most games like BF4. If you upgrade later with an r7 250(x) and/or another harddrive, you will be set for mid settings gaming. The SSD is for fast browsing and game load times. Watch this vid for some benchmarks: https://www .youtube .com/ watch?v=sWans5FU4cU. And I'm sure it'll be more than enough to handle CS:GO and Skyrim. The SSD will be usefull escpecially with the Skyrim loading time. Hope it's usefull!
    Thanks a lot , probably gonna buy the whole build =)

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    You may wanna be sure about the motherboard and CPU, you ones you showed on the picture does not fit. the motherboard support FM2 socket while the CPU is AM3+

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    Quote Originally Posted by • Š.Ō√M View Post
    You may wanna be sure about the motherboard and CPU, you ones you showed on the picture does not fit. the motherboard support FM2 socket while the CPU is AM3+
    I forgot to check that , thanks for the observation .

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