$550 budget pc. new to gaming. is this good for bf4 at 4k max out settings-x4 860k and r7 360

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Just forget the title, its just a joke lol.So this is a pc that im gonna build... it is a budget build because im only 10.. so with these specs can i play bf4 maxed out on a 1080P monitor as well as Crysis 3 on very high at a decent fps(45 is enough, im used to play minecraft, superflat, lowest settings at 25 fps LMAO)?

Cpu: Intel Core i5 4430 -$125
Mobo: Asus h81m-K -$50
Ram:Kingston HyperX blue 8gb ddr3 -$50
HDD:Wd caviar blue 1tb 7200RPM -$40
GPU:Msi armorX r9 380 2Gb GDDR5 -$210
psu: seasonic s12g 500w 80+ bronze-$60
Case:Raidmax vortex red -$45

And before i buy this build should i instead wait for 1 year and buy 980ti when i have the money (too bad i cant get a job like washing dished at a few "mamak"(google it up lol) restaurant.. or should i go for something a bit cheaper cause my budget is $500.. thx for your time and sorry if acted like a kid (cause i am a kid lol)
 

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You're only 10 and you know the hardware. You're probably the smartest kid I've ever seen ;)
Build looks perfect, nothing bottlenecks, and you should be able to run those games fine at those settings :D
Just stick with the r9 380, the GTX 980 might bottleneck with your CPU, and it's kinda overkill anyways.
 

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Lol when I saw the title I was like WHAT?!?!??!!? xD
 

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Thx! Out of the 5 main subject in Malaysia, im the smartest in math and science in school. I know how to make all of my friends become dizzy, just tell them about computers lol! Also about the 980 ti i think it is for future proof..
 

JasonTechGamer

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LOL i was expecting that LMAO!
 

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I'm in 10th grade in high school (Not sure if Malaysia uses the same system, sorry if you don't know what I mean, I live in the U.S.), and my friends never understand anything I say about computers, the fact that you're 10 and you know the same stuff is just, I mean, like woah. o_O
 
Computers isn't that complicated when you start to know them well. I started really getting into computers when I was 10 yo, but started when I was 7.

But wow, to get a PC like that...!

GTX 980 ti is a good buy, however like I said before, in 1 year NVidia and AMD will have newer cards out that will do 4k no problem. So I suggest waiting for those.
 

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I don't think the 980 ti is worth getting, it would be a bottleneck with his CPU, plus like you said, it's soon going to be phased out by the GTX 1000 series.
 


I doubt it will get bottlenecked, if all the haswell i5s can take twin GTX 970s or 980s in SLI, then I'm pretty sure a GTX 980 ti is easy for them. :)
 

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