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can this pc build run all the games on this list?

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YamiRioru

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http://pcpartpicker.com/list/DzBttJ

sorry that the list is 106+ games... I never gotten a playstation or xbox console and wanted to try these games on pc and those games are desired to be played
please take your time to look through my wish list with the pc specs in mind... only do this request if you are bored or have alot of time on your hands
I want to know that all games are at least minimum requirements...

http://steamcommunity.com/id/YamiRioru
 

wagex

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short answer, yes. granted you are playing 1080p or 1440
 

Johan45

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Dec 19, 2012
2 things I see with the build, you have a "K" CPU listed which has an unlocked multiplier and the B150 board which isn't designed to overclock. I would spend a bit extra for a Z170 chipset board. Next thing is the 1 stick of 16Gb ram. You'll be further ahead getting 2x8 to make use of dual channel
Here's a list of boards from newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...81&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=30
 

Tyerker

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Aug 2, 2012
2 things I see with the build, you have a "K" CPU listed which has an unlocked multiplier and the B150 board which isn't designed to overclock. I would spend a bit extra for a Z170 chipset board. Next thing is the 1 stick of 16Gb ram. You'll be further ahead getting 2x8 to make use of dual channel
Here's a list of boards from newegg http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...81&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&Order=PRICE&PageSize=30

I would swap that, actually. I'd go for the Z170 board, and get a locked i5. Then if you want to overclock in the future, i7 K series. I'd also try for dual channel RAM, and try to squeeze an SSD in with the freed up budget. Also, your PSU is overkill. You'll never be running SLI or anything, so 600W is simply too much to be utilized (particularly on a 970 or even the 1080).

So, I put this together for you. Locked i5, and no CPU Cooler (not needed unless you get a K CPU). Dual channel RAM, and a Z170 motherboard that still has wireless AC. Also got a lower-power PSU, and was able to squeeze a 250GB SSD in, and come under your original budget.

http://pcpartpicker.com/list/KQBp9W

All in all, you will see the same (or likely better) overall performance, with a better upgrade path. But, everyone has their own personal taste. Hope this helps. :thup: