New Mid range gaming (budget) build

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PontezZ
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Hi there kikcass ppl so my new build has just arrived and was really cheap so do you guys think im well served for 2 years?

Specs

CPU AMD FX 8120
cooler Corsair H60

Ram 8GB ddr3 Corsair Vengeance Gold (1600 mhz)

Board Asus Sabertooth 990fx

PSU OCZ 700 watts modular

HDD ssd + velociraptors

GPU ASUS GTX 560 (non TI) OC direct cooling 2 going to sli in 2 weaks

Case Nox hummer sx

Tks in advance

Rui Ponte

Tredien
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You could probably get a HD7xxx for about the same price as the gtx 560 but with superior performance. :)

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Nevermind the gtx 560 is better than the HD 7770. >_<

Allen86
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Yup, you're good to go. Enjoy :)

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Here in Croatia a gaming PC like that is not considered a "mid range budget build" but a "medium high-end pc".

A budget mid-range PC would be a PC like this one:
Phenom II x4, Intel i3 2100, AMD FX-6100
4 GB or 8 GB of DDR3 1333-1600 MHz
500-1000GB S-ATA HDD
Radeon HD 6850, HD 7770 or a GeForce GTX 550 Ti, GTX 460
420-450W PSU (Corsair CX430 v2, Seasonic SI2 430W, XFX Core 450W)
Cooler Master Elite 334, Thermaltake V4, ...

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PontezZ
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well i think i should be fine for the next coule of years with that amd processor and in a few months im going to put my gtx 560 in sli thank you guys

Allen86
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If you go SLI GTX 560, you might want to overclock the CPU a bit. Shouldn't be hard to do with that motherboard ;)