I have a budget of $2000. i would like an intel cpu and nvidia gpu. I live in the united states so please in usd. thanks.
Here is a build, it's below your budget, but you can add anything else you want:
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I like this. I would go with this.
Thank you, it fits just about anyone's needs.
i probably will go with this one.
Here is another version if you want, either way, I would get the GPU in this one as it is about the same cost, but better overall performance:
Again you have lots of cash to play around with.
For flat out gaming, this crushes it. The problem is that you sacrifice nice bells and whistles for raw fps. You only get a semi-modular power supply with only bronze efficiency, there is no SSD, only a 1tb hard drive, and no operating system which forces you to use something like r/softwareswap or get a student licence (if you are a student) or licence from work. On the bright side it has a cool black and white theme and will crush any game you throw at it. You just have to figure out what you want more: More fps, or Ease of use upgrades.
Why the nvidea graphics card ? And what about OS? Peripherals?
MAybe because he wants lower power usage?
I was directing that at the OP so he could actually say why.
This is usually the reason for wanting an Nvidia card over an AMD card.
The reason for the Nvidia GPU is because the GTX 980 Ti is fairly better over the R9 390 which is what I would have proposed. The reason I picked Windows 10 is because it supports many types of hardware, supports Dx12, and it the latest OS. There is no peripherals because none were stated as needed.
I didn't comment on your build.
And 390 xfire is better than 980 Ti
At this budget you should be looking at Nano crossifre
Ahh sorry, the website has been a bit glitchy for me. Thanks for the tip.
I would definitely not recommend CF Nanos. Not a good call at all. Yes in some games they work well, but they use ALOT of power, don;t work super well in many games, and have driver issues. I'd personally have a single 980TI.
You again -.-
Crossfire is fine. Whats wrong with it?
The cards don't scale well in most all games and use alot of power. Nano CF is not usually an advisable setup.
i like nvidia, i have a copy of windows 7, and i have periphials.
Nice list. It's amazing how cheap DDR4 RAM goes.