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    What about this build?

    CPU Intel Core I5-4460 haswell, 3.2GHz, 6MB, Quad-Core - BOX (R$1.077,30)
    MotherBoard Gigabyte GA-H81M-H, Intel LGA 1150 Chipset Intel H81 - BOX (R$320,45)
    Kingston HyperX Fury 4GB (1x4) 1600MHz Black, HX316C10FB/4 - BOX (R$169,32)
    HyperX Fury 4GB (1x4) 1600MHz Black, HX316C10FB/4 - BOX (R$169,32)
    GPU Zotac Geforce GTX 950 AMP Edition 2GB GDDR5, 128Bit, ZT-90603-10M - BOX (R$967,30)
    HD Seagate 1000GB, 3,5" 7200 RPM, 64MB Cache, Sata III, ST1000DM003 - BOX (R$359,00)
    Drive óptico Leitor e Gravador DVD/CD Asus 24X, Black, DRW-24F1MT - OEM (R$79,00)
    Case Thermaltake Commander MS-I Black , CA-1D4-00S1WN-00 - BOX (R$249,00)
    Cooler Thermaltake Pure 12 120mm LED White, CL-F020-PL12WT-A - BOX (R$39,99)
    Cooler Thermaltake Pure 12 120mm LED White, CL-F020-PL12WT-A - BOX (R$39,99)
    Cooler Thermaltake Pure 12 120mm LED White, CL-F020-PL12WT-A - BOX (R$39,99)
    PowerSupply Thermaltake Smart Atx 80Plus White 500W , SPD-0500P - BOX (R$279,55)

    That gives arround 800Eur.
    I tried taking GTX960 but it's out of stock and there is a nice difference in price
    I just have 2 questions:
    The mother board the only difference between -H and -S1 its the -S1 is VGA and -H is HDMI or no? And the -H will be better?
    And the case thermaltake, nice space? like no overheat?
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    Yes for the "S" and "H"
    But why will you care when you will use your GTX950 port?
    I would take "H" if any problem happens to the GTX card.
    If you don't use CD/DVD don't get optical drive.
    It is nice you got modular and bronze PSU.
    The case is good, you will not have problems with overheating (with this components)... if in some time you want to upgrade and overclock you have place for water cooling blocks on top and you will be fine.

    Good luck with your build!


     


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    I personally have found that having a DVD drive is useless considering 95% of all software and games are downloadable online.

    Take out the DVD and HDD for an SSD. (Samsung 850 evo is a good choice)

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    950 and 960 differences are not worth it to me

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    I just gave up from 950 and 960, don't change too much from 750TI,

    Final build:
    i5 4440 3.1GHz ( 4460 out of stock )
    Asus H81M-CS/BR
    1TB SataIII
    2x DDR3 4GB HyperX Fury
    GTX 750TI 2 GB
    CoolerMaster 650W 80+ Bronze
    Case NZXT Source 220 Black
    3x Cooler Thermaltake Pure 12 120mm LED White
    DVD/CD Asus 24X, Black (yeah i really need it)
    Monitor -> Philips -> 18.5 (or) 19.5 -> Full HD
    Keyboard -> G-Fire -> USB -> KMG78
    Contact with me in any question...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydra View Post
    You're too focused on computer, the better the screen, the better you play
    Got one

    My screen LG -> HDMI -> LED -> 1920x1080 -> 60Hz ( ) -> 21.5"
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    looks fie might wanna get a better gpu tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhY'z View Post
    Got one

    My screen LG -> HDMI -> LED -> 1920x1080 -> 60Hz ( ) -> 21.5"
    144 Hz = Beast

    or 4k Monitor c:

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    Get an asus 144hz 24"/benq for better gaming experience

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    its like much expensive here .-. i would love one but its like, that monitor that i bought is R$600 and the benq 144 it starts from R$1400
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    A higher hz monitor isnt nessecary if you are doing a less-powerful PC, there is no sense in you spending $500 on a monitor that you will only get 60fps in because of hardware limitation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhY'z View Post
    I just gave up from 950 and 960, don't change too much from 750TI,

    Final build:
    i5 4440 3.1GHz ( 4460 out of stock )
    Asus H81M-CS/BR
    1TB SataIII
    2x DDR3 4GB HyperX Fury
    GTX 750TI 2 GB
    CoolerMaster 650W 80+ Bronze
    Case NZXT Source 220 Black
    3x Cooler Thermaltake Pure 12 120mm LED White
    DVD/CD Asus 24X, Black (yeah i really need it)
    Monitor -> Philips -> 18.5 (or) 19.5 -> Full HD
    Keyboard -> G-Fire -> USB -> KMG78
    Really nice pc

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