whatyou think guys iv my new gaming pc.

August 10, 2014 at 15:24:58
Specs: Windows 7
Graphics Card
3GB Sapphire Radeon R9 280X TOXIC, 28nm, 6400MHz GDDR5, GPU 1100MHz, Boost 1150MHz, 2048 Streams, DVI/HDMI/mDPort

Processor
AD785KXBJABOX - AMD A10 7850K Black Edition, S FM2+, Kaveri Core, Quad Core, 4.0GHz, AMD Radeon R7, 95W, Retail

Power Supply
850W Corsair RM Series RM Series, Full Modular, 80 PLUS Gold, 1x135mm Fan, ATX v2.4, PSU

Motherboard
A88X-G45 GAMING Assassin?s Creed Liberation HD MSI A88X-G45 GAMING Assassin?s Creed Lib HD, AMD A88X, FM2+, DDR3, SATA III 6Gb/s, RAID, PCIe 3.0, DSub/DVI/HDMI, ATX

Memory/R.A.M
8GB (2x4GB) Corsair DDR3 Vengeance Pro Series Red, PC3-17066 (2133), Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 9-11-11-31, XMP, 1.65V

Case
Cooler Master CM Storm Trooper XL-ATX Case with Window, USB 3.0, Black

Hard Drive
1TB WD WD10EFRX RED 24x7, SATA 6Gb/sec, 64MB Cache, IntelliPower, 8ms NAS/Enterprise

Operating System
Microsoft Windows 8.1 64Bit DVD English International OEM - IV JUST PUT WINDOWS 7ON IT NOW

DVD Writer
LiteOn IHAS124-14 24x DVD±R, 8x DVD±DL, DVD+RW x8/-RW x6, DVD-RAM x12, SATA, Black, OEM


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August 10, 2014 at 22:50:21
The one major limitation I see right off the bat is your hard drive. Personally, I use a smaller solid state drive (anywhere from 3 to 10 times the performance - and price) and a large, slower drive (think WD Green) for movies, music, etc.

Or, for even better performance, have two even smaller SSD's set up in a RAID 0 configuration.

Overall, it won't affect your in-game FPS, just the loading times of applications/games.

As for the case, just make sure that you understand you can't have all of the expansion bays filled and have all of those hard drives at once...the hard drives use some of those.

And for airflow, I've never seen a case with a fan configuration like that around the hard drives...so I don't know if it will help or hurt your overall airflow...I'd check reviews etc. online.

Oh, and the fans aren't great, only around 1000 RPM, good fans will have around 2000-2400 (and 70+ CFM).

http://www.amazon.com/Rosewill-120m...

Of course, you could always go with water cooling:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...

They do, of course, make dual-fan radiators too (try the H100 or H110, I think).

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August 11, 2014 at 02:46:48
hiya pal thank you for the reply im new to all this so iv took everything in what you have said..yes at the moment apart from the case fans iv only got the normal cpu fan on the cpu..im hoping to get a better fan or like you said a water cooling unit but i will probably have to take out the fan at the back to fit it in. and someone els said the same thing buddy about the hard drive get a better one or a ssd if thats right im abit new to all this so bare with me if i say something wrong..im sure you no alot more than me,can i ask im getting bf4 this week i hope it can play it lol iv been playing war thunder if you no the game and its giving me 20 to 75 Frames per Second i thought that wasnt that ood to be honont. iv now just put windows 7 on it and downloading the game again so im hoping it will be abit better. im sure my rig and graphics card should be doing better than that. thanks again micahael

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