Is this computer any good to play games at 1080p ultra getting 60fps or up?

I am building a new computer tomorrow for 1080p gaming. I will play games like GTA 5, COD: Advanced Warfare, Far Cry 4, Skyrim, Assassin's Creed,etc. So, I just wanted to know that if my setup is good enough for 1080p at 60fps and up. I will upgrade my computer components once or twice a year. So,will is be enogh for 2 years?
Computer Setup:
Mother Board: MSI Z97A Gaming 9 ACK
CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K Devils Canyon
GPU:MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G
RAM: ADATA OR Corsair(2*8) 16GB DDR3 1600 or 1866 MHZ
SSD: ADATA 256 GB
HDD: WD 2TB 7200RPM 64MB Cache 6.0GB/S
Optical Drive: ASUS 24X DVD-RW
PSU: Corsair 850W or 650W Full Modular Power Supply
CPU Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
Casing: Corsair Graphite 780T Full Tower Case
Monitor: BenQ 1080p 24"
Keyboard & Mouse: Gaming Keyboard & Mouse with Backlit
OS: Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit
Controller: XBOX One Controller

Well, this is all. What do you think about this setup? Please provide me good suggestions on my first build.

Greetings from Nepal
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  1. You will not struggle to run anything for some time, that PC will be very quick for gaming!
  2. prajwal1010 said:
    I am building a new computer tomorrow for 1080p gaming. I will play games like GTA 5, COD: Advanced Warfare, Far Cry 4, Skyrim, Assassin's Creed,etc. So, I just wanted to know that if my setup is good enough for 1080p at 60fps and up. I will upgrade my computer components once or twice a year. So,will is be enogh for 2 years?
    Computer Setup:
    Mother Board: MSI Z97A Gaming 9 ACK
    CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K Devils Canyon
    GPU:MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G
    RAM: ADATA OR Corsair(2*8) 16GB DDR3 1600 or 1866 MHZ
    SSD: ADATA 256 GB
    HDD: WD 2TB 7200RPM 64MB Cache 6.0GB/S
    Optical Drive: ASUS 24X DVD-RW
    PSU: Corsair 850W or 650W Full Modular Power Supply
    CPU Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
    Casing: Corsair Graphite 780T Full Tower Case
    Monitor: BenQ 1080p 24"
    Keyboard & Mouse: Gaming Keyboard & Mouse with Backlit
    OS: Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit
    Controller: XBOX One Controller

    Well, this is all. What do you think about this setup? Please provide me good suggestions on my first build.

    Greetings from Nepal


    This setup is a monster and will play play more or less anything released currently with ease. May I ask how much it is costing you to build?
  3. judson97 said:
    prajwal1010 said:
    I am building a new computer tomorrow for 1080p gaming. I will play games like GTA 5, COD: Advanced Warfare, Far Cry 4, Skyrim, Assassin's Creed,etc. So, I just wanted to know that if my setup is good enough for 1080p at 60fps and up. I will upgrade my computer components once or twice a year. So,will is be enogh for 2 years?
    Computer Setup:
    Mother Board: MSI Z97A Gaming 9 ACK
    CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K Devils Canyon
    GPU:MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G
    RAM: ADATA OR Corsair(2*8) 16GB DDR3 1600 or 1866 MHZ
    SSD: ADATA 256 GB
    HDD: WD 2TB 7200RPM 64MB Cache 6.0GB/S
    Optical Drive: ASUS 24X DVD-RW
    PSU: Corsair 850W or 650W Full Modular Power Supply
    CPU Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
    Casing: Corsair Graphite 780T Full Tower Case
    Monitor: BenQ 1080p 24"
    Keyboard & Mouse: Gaming Keyboard & Mouse with Backlit
    OS: Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit
    Controller: XBOX One Controller

    Well, this is all. What do you think about this setup? Please provide me good suggestions on my first build.

    Greetings from Nepal


    This setup is a monster and will play play more or less anything released currently with ease. May I ask how much it is costing you to build?



    It is costing around 2000$ but in my country where I live is around 2600$. I have changed my mind to get 2 970s insted of single 980 beacuse there is not much price difference but worried about VRAM issue. I want to max out each & every game setting except MSAA but don't know exactly how much VRAM will new games need? Can you please provide me 970 SLI benchmark on GTA V 1080p mostly maxed out including advanced graphics & other demanding games. I would really appercitate it. I am not finding suitable benchamarks for 970s. I am confirming order in 24 hours. So, please help. :-)
  4. prajwal1010 said:
    judson97 said:
    prajwal1010 said:
    I am building a new computer tomorrow for 1080p gaming. I will play games like GTA 5, COD: Advanced Warfare, Far Cry 4, Skyrim, Assassin's Creed,etc. So, I just wanted to know that if my setup is good enough for 1080p at 60fps and up. I will upgrade my computer components once or twice a year. So,will is be enogh for 2 years?
    Computer Setup:
    Mother Board: MSI Z97A Gaming 9 ACK
    CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K Devils Canyon
    GPU:MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G
    RAM: ADATA OR Corsair(2*8) 16GB DDR3 1600 or 1866 MHZ
    SSD: ADATA 256 GB
    HDD: WD 2TB 7200RPM 64MB Cache 6.0GB/S
    Optical Drive: ASUS 24X DVD-RW
    PSU: Corsair 850W or 650W Full Modular Power Supply
    CPU Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
    Casing: Corsair Graphite 780T Full Tower Case
    Monitor: BenQ 1080p 24"
    Keyboard & Mouse: Gaming Keyboard & Mouse with Backlit
    OS: Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit
    Controller: XBOX One Controller

    Well, this is all. What do you think about this setup? Please provide me good suggestions on my first build.

    Greetings from Nepal


    This setup is a monster and will play play more or less anything released currently with ease. May I ask how much it is costing you to build?



    It is costing around 2000$ but in my country where I live is around 2600$. I have changed my mind to get 2 970s insted of single 980 beacuse there is not much price difference but worried about VRAM issue. I want to max out each & every game setting except MSAA but don't know exactly how much VRAM will new games need? Can you please provide me 970 SLI benchmark on GTA V 1080p mostly maxed out including advanced graphics & other demanding games. I would really appercitate it. I am not finding suitable benchamarks for 970s. I am confirming order in 24 hours. So, please help. :-)


    SLI does not increase your total video memory.

    The 970 has a memory wall at 3.5Gb.

    You would be better with a 980. You could always add another in a while if you really want to SLI.

    If you are truly worried about GPU memory look at a Titan.
  5. you know u can get a R9 295 X2 for 600 at newegg and it has dual gpu chips which means better fps plus water cooled
  6. prajwal1010 said:
    I am building a new computer tomorrow for 1080p gaming. I will play games like GTA 5, COD: Advanced Warfare, Far Cry 4, Skyrim, Assassin's Creed,etc. So, I just wanted to know that if my setup is good enough for 1080p at 60fps and up. I will upgrade my computer components once or twice a year. So,will is be enogh for 2 years?
    Computer Setup:
    Mother Board: MSI Z97A Gaming 9 ACK
    CPU: Intel Core i7 4790K Devils Canyon
    GPU:MSI GTX 980 Gaming 4G
    RAM: ADATA OR Corsair(2*8) 16GB DDR3 1600 or 1866 MHZ
    SSD: ADATA 256 GB
    HDD: WD 2TB 7200RPM 64MB Cache 6.0GB/S
    Optical Drive: ASUS 24X DVD-RW
    PSU: Corsair 850W or 650W Full Modular Power Supply
    CPU Cooling: Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo
    Casing: Corsair Graphite 780T Full Tower Case
    Monitor: BenQ 1080p 24"
    Keyboard & Mouse: Gaming Keyboard & Mouse with Backlit
    OS: Windows 8.1 Pro 64-Bit
    Controller: XBOX One Controller

    Well, this is all. What do you think about this setup? Please provide me good suggestions on my first build.

    Greetings from Nepal
  7. Hi prajwal. I am also from nepal. I always thought that finding a decent pc part is impossible here. May i know exactly where can i find these parts?thanks.
  8. get r9 390 if vram is your concern..
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