Getting a new PC, need help

#1 Posted by swguy123 (401 posts) -

I am getting a new PC and because I am not very knowlegeable about it I would need some help in picking parts. I want to buy all of the parts in one store in my country. These are the possible stores:

http://www.dinokomp.si/konfigurator/

http://www.funtech.si/si/konfigurator/#

http://www.mlacom.si/konfigurator

I want the PC to be able to play games that are to be released in the following 5 years maxed at 60 FPS, 1080p.

The budget is 1500-2000 euro.

For CPU I was thinking about Intel Core i7 4790K.

For GPU I was thinking GTX 780 Ti.

16GB RAM, 3TB HDD, 256GB SSD.

I have no idea what motherboard, power supply, case, cooling I should take or what I should look at. I also dont know what version of GPU, RAM, harddrive to pick.

#2 Edited by Coseniath (940 posts) -

Hello.

I created one build for 1500-2000. I also placed an OS. Remove it if you don't want it.

You can add or remove anything you want, but more or less these are what you should aiming for.

dinokomp setup

mlacom setup

I don't know if the other companies are cheaper though...

edit: I just added 3TB HDD and 16GB RAM, if this is for gaming, both are useless at the moment...

#3 Edited by 04dcarraher (19665 posts) -

@Coseniath said:

Hello.

I created one build for 1500-2000. I also placed an OS. Remove it if you don't want it.

You can add or remove anything you want, but more or less these are what you should aiming for.

dinokomp setup

I don't know if the other companies are cheaper though...

lower mobo save some money , Dont need a $740 gpu.... for much as you pay you can go through 2 two gpu upgrades and actually gain something when you upgrade

Gigabyte GA-Z97X-SLI

You can pick up a overclocked GTX 780 for almost half of a 780ti, and your only losing 15% on average performance.

#4 Edited by Coseniath (940 posts) -
@04dcarraher said:

lower mobo save some money , Dont need a $740 gpu.... for much as you pay you can go through 2 two gpu upgrades and actually gain something when you upgrade

Gigabyte GA-Z97X-SLI

You can pick up a overclocked GTX 780 for almost half of a 780ti, and your only losing 15% on average.

Yeah ofcourse. You can get like 80-90% of the gaming performance with almost half money...

I just created a system that op asked...

#5 Edited by PredatorRules (8122 posts) -

@swguy123 said:

I am getting a new PC and because I am not very knowlegeable about it I would need some help in picking parts. I want to buy all of the parts in one store in my country. These are the possible stores:

http://www.dinokomp.si/konfigurator/

http://www.funtech.si/si/konfigurator/#

http://www.mlacom.si/konfigurator

I want the PC to be able to play games that are to be released in the following 5 years maxed at 60 FPS, 1080p.

The budget is 1500-2000 euro.

For CPU I was thinking about Intel Core i7 4790K.

For GPU I was thinking GTX 780 Ti.

16GB RAM, 3TB HDD, 256GB SSD.

I have no idea what motherboard, power supply, case, cooling I should take or what I should look at. I also dont know what version of GPU, RAM, harddrive to pick.

Games maxed for the next 5 years: i5 4690K, 2x 290 or 780 (not the Ti version nore the X), 8-16Gb of RAM (I'd pick 8 now and add 8 more later IF needed), for CPU cooling Corsair H100i or Noctua D14, 1Tb Caviar Black, 850-1000Watt PSU, any SSD at the size you can afford (if needed at all).