- 72 months ago
The question that has stumped the PC community ever since the GTX 700 series came out.. A GTX 760 or a GTX 770 for my next build?
Well, I am gonna take a guess it will help if I tell you what I actually plan on using this for. I want to be able to play most games today such as Battlefield 4, Crysis 3, Metro Last Light, and any other new game that comes out, like Titanfall. I use a 1080p monitor at 60Hz, so nothing too intense. Now I have been "gaming" on a MacBook Pro with integrated graphics for almost 2 years, and it is not fun. Because of this, I am not too critical when it comes to how perfect things look, but I assume when I get this PC, I will grow an appreciation for it over time. I will be totally fine if I have to run things at high settings, but I would obviously like to run them at ultra. Right now, I don't have the money for a GTX 770, so I would have to wait a bit longer to even come close to that, but as of now I have the money for a 760. I just want it to be able to play good games at a nice FPS for a couple of years to come, and knowing myself, I will upgrade within two years anyways.
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/3aHQw This is the build (small form-factor :D) that I plan on doing. If you have some suggestions on other parts, please let me know. I can wait, don't get me wrong. I am just very impatient and I might upgrade my GPU often.