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    Is this a decent build?

    Hey so pretty much I really need a new pc and I've found these revolt small case pc which seems to be pretty good and affordable. So here it is.



    This is from ibuypower.com after I setup my own build. a total of 1225$ US.

    I'd like to know i I'd be able to run games like minecraft, bf4, cs go, arma2, and other good games with something like 100 fps and higher?

    Also, is there something wrong in this? Like does a part need another part to make it work well or idk..
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    It's an alright build.. somewhat on the expensive side.
    Also are you planning to overclock?
    DONT get a GTX 750TI. Get a GTX 760/770.
    You probably don't need a blu-ray drive.
    You only need 8GB RAM for gaming purposes.

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    100 FPS ? why do you need to run your games at 100 FPS ?
    You have a lot of problem with your build. Some of the parts are for advanced users so your wasting money buying those.

    I'm pretty sure you won't be overclocking so you won't need a K/unlocked processor. You live in Canada so it's pretty cold there so you won't need a liquid cooling solution and if you want stable FPS then you need more powerful GPU than 750Ti. So to shave a few bucks and put it on your GPU budget, buy these parts instead :

    A. Get an i5 4690 non-K
    B. Do not buy the liquid cooler and get a stock cooler instead. Do not worry coz your processor won't overheat unless you overclock it
    C. Buy a GTX 760 2GB

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    Looking at that build I see a 4690K which probably means you want to overclock. If so, the H55 cooler will not be sufficient for that purpose. Also the 500W power supply converns me as it'll be limiting the chances of you upgrading without having to purchase a new PSU.

    Everything else looks decent. The NVIDIA card is good enough to give you a kick start. A more powerful alternative could be a GTX 760/760 Ti, GTX 770/770 Ti.

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