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    Wont the i5 bottlneck 2x780s?

    Anyway nice build, imho i would go for cheaper motherboard/ram and get a bigger SSD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reaper View Post
    Okay after all help I've gotten I've decided to go with this build;


    Mind that this is a Swedish page, use google translate to understand or just look at the names
     

    with this i get these games for free.
    Total War
    Final Fantasy
    Batman
    AC4

    I will be paying 1871,21 USD to be exact
    You really, really don't need the WD Black. If your OS is on the SSD then you aren't going to notice jack shit in terms of performance. I mean the black is only 7200RPM ffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post


    You really, really don't need the WD Black. If your OS is on the SSD then you aren't going to notice jack shit in terms of performance. I mean the black is only 7200RPM ffs.
    what? o_o
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reaper View Post

    what? o_o
    He's saying you don't need the Western Digital Black drive, you're buying an SSD; put your OS on the SSD. The "extra performance" the Black drive can give won't really do anything for games/media/whatever. Downgrade to a Caviar Blue or something.

    Anyway, unless you're dead set on the ASUS card, you can get the MSI Twin Frozr 780, which will match your motherboard better. I believe it's also cheaper (and comes with BF4?)?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Liteaku View Post


    He's saying you don't need the Western Digital Black drive, you're buying an SSD; put your OS on the SSD. The "extra performance" the Black drive can give won't really do anything for gamesdia/whatever. Downgrade to a Caviar Blue or something.

    Anyway, unless you're dead set on the ASUS card, you can get the MSI Twin Frozr 780, which will match your motherboard better. I believe it's also cheaper (and comes with BF4?)?
    Hmm. Whats the diffrence between
    1TB WD Blue 7200rpm 64MB
    and
    1TB WD Black 7200rpm 64MB??

    About the GPU, you're right. Thanks, did not notice that card
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reaper View Post

    Hmm. Whats the diffrence between
    1TB WD Blue 7200rpm 64MB
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    1TB WD Black 7200rpm 64MB??

    About the GPU, you're right. Thanks, did not notice that card
    I think the differences are the read/write speeds and warranty length (Black drives have 5 year warranties), give or take a few other differences.
    Black drives are Western Digital's "performance" line of hard-drives. Though since the hard-drive isn't going to be your OS drive, you don't need the extra performance of the Black drive, a Caviar Blue will do just fine.
    Last edited by Liteaku; 11-21-2013 at 01:47 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Liteaku View Post
    I think the differences are the read/write speeds and warranty length (Black drives have 5 year warranties), give or take a few other differences.
    Black drives are Western Digital's "performance" line of hard-drives. Though since the hard-drive isn't going to be your OS drive, you don't need the extra performance of the Black drive, a Caviar Blue will do just fine.
    Thanks
    i will actually buy the:
    2TB Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm 64MB
    seems to be more for the price, and it got better writing speed.

    Thanks for evrything!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reaper View Post


    Thanks
    i will actually buy the:
    2TB Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm 64MB
    seems to be more for the price, and it got better writing speed.

    Thanks for evrything!
    So in the end you took Justin's advice. Perhaps you shouldn't dismiss people so quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reaper View Post


    Thanks
    i will actually buy the:
    2TB Seagate Barracuda 7200rpm 64MB
    seems to be more for the price, and it got better writing speed.

    Thanks for evrything!
    If you are planning to play battlefield i would go with a i7 if you have the budget. BF4 really benefits from the extra cores

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    Quote Originally Posted by yugurt View Post


    If you are planning to play battlefield i would go with a i7 if you have the budget. BF4 really benefits from the extra cores
    Yeah.. So you're saying BF4 uses more than 4 Cores? Got proof of that? o_o
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Reaper View Post


    Yeah.. So you're saying BF4 uses more than 4 Cores? Got proof of that? o_o
    Not so much more cores, just that it utilises a lot of processing power. TBH the 4670 is more than enough.

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