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** Unified Help me build my Rig Thread (Sample builds on page 5000/Do not ask/mention seller or store name)

  • Hi po mga masters..pahelp naman po..magaassemble ako ng gaming rig siguro worth 80k-120k po..hihingi po sana ako ng suggestions mga master..tapos tanong ko na lng sir if ung gtx titan is worth the price in terms of its specs?
  • ^
    grabe sir balak ko din sana yang gank drone kaso from free, naging 800petot :|
  • Ano magandang avr or ups below 2k?
  • @amzctrl page 5000 po - nandun yung mga sample builds ni fakuryu. You can start your build from there
  • ung gtx titan is worth the price in terms of its specs?


    Never measure or asses the value of a graphics card based on specs. Always use gaming performance when assessing a gaming graphics card

    Wait for GTX 980 ti, it seems to have a better value compared to GTX Titan X

    But if you can't wait anymore, get a GTX Titan X since you can afford it
  • @amzctrl
    Hi po mga masters..pahelp naman po..magaassemble ako ng gaming rig siguro worth 80k-120k po..hihingi po sana ako ng suggestions mga master..tapos tanong ko na lng sir if ung gtx titan is worth the price in terms of its specs?

    Better check page 5000 to get an idea of what gaming PC you can build. But from what I know Php 80K is good enough for these specs:

    - Core i7-4790K
    - High-end CPU aircooler or AIO watercooler
    - Z97 Motherboard
    - 16GB DDR3-2400 RAM
    - 250GB SSD
    - 1TB HDD
    - GTX 980 Videocard
    - 750W ~ 850W PSU (for SLI)
    - Enthusiast Level PC Case

    The Php 120K budget would allow you to build the above with two GTX 980 videocards in SLI or with a single GTX Titan X videocard. The other option is going with a Haswell-E setup for hex-core CPU performance. I suggest waiting for GTX 980 Ti to be available before going for GTX Titan X. The GTX 980 Ti should be a lot cheaper and will be able to handle 4K gaming a lot better than GTX 980 :-)
  • +1 for 980ti, but i don't think you want 4k with a single 980ti, since a single Titan X can NOT game at 4k with consistent framerates.

    Whether you want to believe (biased or not) reviews, or you want a personal opinion from an owner, thats up to you :)

    -- edited by Dyaems on May 26 2015, 11:25 PM
  • ^
    Agree, dual GTX 980 Ti or dual GTX Titan X is needed for 4K gaming. Acer has a 4K G-Sync monitor too hehe! :-)

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