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Average FPS of GPU Intensive Games

CASE: Corsair Obsidian 750D w/ USB 3.0, Full Side Panel Window [+104]
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-6700K 4.00GHZ 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1151 (Skylake)
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Will this build be able to play most modern games at at least 80-100 fps? I have a 144 Hertz monitor and I want to average above 60 fps.
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  1. At 1080p? Yes. At 1440p? Yes, most games. At 4K? Some more demanding ones will come close to 50-60 FPS but some less demanding new games will go above 60 FPS for sure.

    Also, if this is a subject to change, I would change 2 things in your build:
    1) Grab EVGA Supernova GS, G2, or P2 power supply. G1 is a solid unit but of lower quality
    2) Get 2x8 for RAM instead of 4x4.
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    At 1080p? Yes. At 1440p? Yes, most games. At 4K? Some more demanding ones will come close to 50-60 FPS but some less demanding new games will go above 60 FPS for sure.

    Also, if this is a subject to change, I would change 2 things in your build:
    1) Grab EVGA Supernova GS, G2, or P2 power supply. G1 is a solid unit but of lower quality
    2) Get 2x8 for RAM instead of 4x4.

    *NOTE* I don't know what happened but my answer was added in twice :/
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