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 Building gaming PC [Motherboards and CPU]?

Answer i recommend the i7 3820,because since it's lga 2011 you could upgrade later to a hexacore without switching the motherboard.I recommend thistx850 (great quality and room for upgrades)http://www.new... Read More »
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Top Q&A For: Building gaming PC [Motherboards and CPU]

Which of these motherboards is better for gaming (are they good for gaming at all)?

The mothernoard does not impact performance very much. I read it changes performance by less than 2% as long as they are the same.The main thing you need to look at is features. for example if they... Read More »
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How to Compare Gaming Motherboards?

Motherboards can be both the easiest and the most difficult component to choose when building a gaming computer. Unlike processors, video cards and memory, motherboards aren't high-performance part... Read More »
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Building new gaming Rig?

Just get the i5 3570k if the rig will only be used for gaming, get the i7 for faster video editing processing if you're into that stuff.Otherwise, you should be fine, although the system reccomenda... Read More »
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Building a Gaming Computer?

Since 1920x1080 is a little more common, you're going to have to spend a little extra to get 1920x1200. You'll also want a response rate of around 4-5ms or less. With that being said, a really good... Read More »
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