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Will a fx 6300 processor and sapphire radeon r9 270x 4gb dual x be able to play gta 5 at ultra settings?

Planning on building a gaming pc but have a limited budget. I was wondering if I would get fps from 40 to 60+ in gta 5 and other modern games like bf4, stranded deep, CS:GO, and crisis 3.
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    Mainly depends on which resolution you're planning to run them at. CS:GO is more cpu-intensive. Crysis 3 is more graphics intensive. So CS:GO will run much better at higher settings than Crysis 3 in this case, even at 1080p. GTA 5 and BF4 should run fine on medium settings. Stranded Deep will absolutely run fine on max.
  2. Penanc3 said:
    Mainly depends on which resolution you're planning to run them at. CS:GO is more cpu-intensive. Crysis 3 is more graphics intensive. So CS:GO will run much better at higher settings than Crysis 3 in this case, even at 1080p. GTA 5 and BF4 should run fine on medium settings. Stranded Deep will absolutely run fine on max.
  3. Wil I be getting higher than 40 fps while playing GTA 5 1080p with high setting? I am also open to overclocking if needed.
  4. Just about mate - what country are you ?? What's your budget for the build ?? Including os & peripherals or not ?
  5. My budget is any below $650. I'm in the U.S. and I plan using windows 8.1 for my os.
  6. Gamer Kid said:
    My budget is any below $650. I'm in the U.S. and I plan using windows 8.1 for my os.



    If you could post a link (pcpartpicker if you're using it) we might be able to help you maximize your bang for buck :)
  7. my build is:

    Case: Bit fenix comrade
    Power supply: EVGA 500w
    HDD: Seagate 1tb HDD
    CPU: AMD FX 6300
    MOBO: Gigabyte GA790 A
    GPU: Sapphire Radeon r9 270x dual x 4gb OC Version
    Monitor: Still looking, maybe you guys could give me some advice?:)

    Total: $530 not including windows 8.1 or monitor

    P.S.- Would it be worth it to get a SSD rather than a HDD? I'm still sorta new to building computers. Also, I'm trying to keep it as cheap as possible but still be able to play games at 1080p on ultra settings with 35+ fps.
  8. Gamer Kid said:
    my build is:

    Case: Bit fenix comrade
    Power supply: EVGA 500w
    HDD: Seagate 1tb HDD
    CPU: AMD FX 6300
    MOBO: Gigabyte GA790 A
    GPU: Sapphire Radeon r9 270x dual x 4gb OC Version
    Monitor: Still looking, maybe you guys could give me some advice?:)

    Total: $530 not including windows 8.1 or monitor

    P.S.- Would it be worth it to get a SSD rather than a HDD? I'm still sorta new to building computers. Also, I'm trying to keep it as cheap as possible but still be able to play games at 1080p on ultra settings with 35+ fps.


    For the SSD vs HDD -
    As found on an article online : HDDs win on price, capacity, and availability. SSDs work best if speed, ruggedness, form factor, noise, or fragmentation (technically part of speed) are important factors to you. If it weren't for the price and capacity issues, SSDs would be the winner hands down.

    What i'd recommend is getting a 256/512 GB SSD to boot your OS and install your favorite games on, and get a higher capacity HDD to store your other stuff on. It's what i'm doing as well.

    As for a budget 1080p monitor :
    ASUS 23-inch IPS Monitor : http://www.amazon.com/ASUS-VS239H-P-23-Inch-Full-HD-Monitor/dp/B008DWITHI?tag=amazon0606-20
    Acer 27-inch Widescreen : http://www.amazon.com/Acer-G276HL-Gbd-27-Inch-Widescreen/dp/B00G5AEZOQ/ref=sr_1_1?tag=amazon0606-20&ie=UTF8&qid=1436070628&sr=8-1&keywords=Acer+G276HL+Gbd
  9. http://pcpartpicker.com/p/CNt8gs
    Here is a build that may work. It doesn't have an OS or monitor, but it's pretty powerful. With a lower res. monitor, you should be able to high-max games at around 45-60fps. I have a build like this but a better CPU and a little better GPU and I max everything with 60+ fps always, but I use a 1280x1024 monitor...
  10. Thanks everyone! This really helped a lot.
  11. Gamer Kid said:
    Thanks everyone! This really helped a lot.


    You're welcome :)
  12. Also, do u have any advice on the SSD I should get? I was wondering if the Seagate 2TB Desktop SSHD SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive (ST2000DX001) was even a SSD because it says it is a SSHD and it also says Internal Bare Drive?
  13. Gamer Kid said:
    Also, do u have any advice on the SSD I should get? I was wondering if the Seagate 2TB Desktop SSHD SATA 6Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive (ST2000DX001) was even a SSD because it says it is a SSHD and it also says Internal Bare Drive?


    SSHD stands for Solid State Hybrid Drives. Typically like a traditional HDD with a small amount of solid state storage in it.

    As for SSD tips, you can check it out here : http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ssd-recommendation-benchmark,3269.html

    (Don't know much about SSDs sorry)
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