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danryder

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Hey mate,

You told me to get this build

CPU: AMD FX-4300 3.8GHz Quad-Core Processor

Motherboard: ASRock 970 Extreme3 ATX AM3+ Motherboard

Video Card: MSI Radeon HD 7850 2GB Video Card


However, They couldnt get the CPU and the motherboard. They did say however they would would do better... So i now have this...



Motherboard -AsRock AM3+970 Extreame4

Processor - AMD FX 6100 AM3 -BLACK RT

Video Card is the same - MSI Radeon HD 7850 2gb


Is this just as good ? Or better? Will it work the same?

I also managed to swap my old Video Card for a very nice gaming case!
 

danryder

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You best be right dude as i missed the deadline to change it.


Im hoping to play BF3, COD, On highish settings 1600x900 res


Fallout 3 , New Vegas , Skyrim and War Z on Ultra.


Are you 10000000000000% Sure i will have no issues what so ever?


I am thinking of trying to get the 6300 is it much of a difference?
 

danryder

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Well, If it will perform better and for cheaper then surely that is the way to go?

Everything i have read about the 6100 is very bad unless i overclock and i have NO IDEA about over clocking so i wont be doing it.

So would saving money and getting this CPU instead be better for me?
 
Yeah you could get it and it will be fine. All of these CPUs will be basically the same. Gaming is 90% GPU and 10% CPU. I wouldn't be surprised if you installed each of these in your rig and saw absolutely no difference.
 

danryder

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I have just realised ...

I have a 650w EZcool PSU.... I have never once seen a good thing said about them and i cannot afford another one.
 

danryder

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Thing is mate, I have no money left at all. I actually cant afford it... All my stuff has been paid for and ordered from suppliers so no refunds there....
 

danryder

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I have just worked some stuff out and i will have about £40 for a PSU.


I need to know the actual brand and wattage of a few good ones so i can show them to him tomorrow. He kept telling me this one was fine and i knew it wasn't.