Will this computer be good enough for me?

Will this PC be good enough to support my needs?

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TobiasKr12

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Hi.

I'm going to buy a computer very soon, but i want to make sure that I buy the right one.

I'm currently considering buying this:
http://www.sharkgaming.dk/max-bite-bloodlust.html
(The website is Danish, but I think you'll understand most of it)

Just to clarify the specs:
CPU: Intel i5-4690 3,5GHz with stock cooler.
Graphics card: MSI GTX 760 TwinFrozer IV 2GD5.
RAM: G. Skill Ripjaws Gaming - 1600 Mhz 2x4GB.
Motherboard: ASUS H81M-D Plus.
Ethernet driver: Realtek® 8111G, 1 x Gigabit LAN Controller.
Audio driver: Realtek® ALC887 8-Channel High Definition Audio.
PSU: Cooler Master G 500W, 80+ Bronze.
SSD: 500GB.
HDD: 1TB.
Optical disk drive: ASUS DVD-RW 22x.
OS: Windows 7. (I don't want Windows 8)

The computer will be used for gaming, especially flight simulators like Microsoft Flight Simulator X and X-Plane 10. I will be using a lot of addons for Microsoft FSX, so 1TB HDD is very important for me. With that said, I would also like to be able to play War Thunder, a few shooters and other stuff on med-high graphics with okay FPS.
It costs about $1200.

Hope you can tell me if this will be the right computer for my needs.

Thanks in advance.
-TK.
 

RCguitarist

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Yes, you will be good for ultra settings at good framerates with that build. But I'd have a more reliable power supply in it. Coolermaster units are not known for being reliable. Seasonic or XFX is the way to go.
 

TobiasKr12

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Thanks for your answer.
Unfortunately I won't be able to change the power supply.
I'll just treat it well, and hope for the best.
 

TobiasKr12

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That's right. I think I'll upgrade it when it's time to upgrade something else, like the graphics card or something. But I'll definitely keep it for now.
 

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