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#1142 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Alright, thank you very much, probably going for that mobo,cupu,ram combo as soon as I find the time to built it all up
Thanks again :)

posted about 4 years ago
#1140 PC Build Thread in Hardware

So there is no possibility of getting to my fps-goal in tf2 with a better socket am3 cpu (say a phenom II x4 965 or phenom II x6) and then maybe adding a better gpu for crisis later as it still isnt my top priority? (Mainboard supports ddr3 btw, so i could just add some ram there)

If thats the case what would be your suggestion for a combination of mobo,cpu, ram for a better performance in tf2?
If there is a way with just a better cpu and ram, what would be your suggstions there?

The other way: Say I want to play Crisis on a resolution of 1680x1050 and high settings on everything, what would you suggest gpu-wise (or upgrade wise anyways)?

posted about 4 years ago
#1138 PC Build Thread in Hardware

I get around 40-60 fps on crowded pubs in certain situations (midfights...), I would like to have around 60-80 (possibly more if thats reasonable considering my budget and all), since I somehow "feel" the difference between 60 and 40 and often run background things, which decrease my fps even more. Also I would like to finally play Crisis on good graphics, since I have it laying around here since its release and I never even touched it :D

Seeing that I sometimes even have problems using my electric toothbrush, I would rather not overclock anything unless I really find the time to get my mind to it (which will not be in the forseeable future).
Considering storage, I do not need any atm, I still have around 250 GB free. When it comes to an ssd I would rather spend the majority of the money on gpu/cpu, and would only consider it, if it helps me getting more fps (I really dont have much of a clue about this, so sorry again).
Case is a Cooltek K3 btw, so there should be enough room for a larger gpu, if thats your concern.

posted about 4 years ago
#1136 PC Build Thread in Hardware

Hello, I would like to upgrade my PC, since it is pretty old now (around 4 years?) and has the following specs (can't really remember them from back then, so I used HWinfo):

Mainboard: ASUS M4N68T-M-LE-V2 (Socket AM3)
CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 850
GPU: AMD Radeon HD 6770 1GB
RAM: 4GB (I have no clue if thats enough info for that part, sorry)
HDD: 500 GB (noname hdd, dont know much more there as well)
Power Supply: All I can remember here was that is was some BeQuiet 450W thingy, sorry that I'm so clueless

I mainly use this PC for Team Fortress and Single Player Games, besides the usual university stuff. Is there any way I can upgrade it, and is it even worth it then, considering the things I do with it? (Budget would be around 300Euro/330$)

Thanks in advance

posted about 4 years ago