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Please help with gaming pc

Discussion in 'OcUK Full Systems & Bundles' started by Matas Jankus, Dec 9, 2018.

  1. Matas Jankus

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    I have a £1500 budget for a full gaming setup excluding desk,keyboard and headset this is to be bought on overclockers and built by them as I have no experience in building

    This PC is going to be used for competitive CS:GO so a 144hz monitor would be preferred id also prefer for the pc to get above 144fps on csgo so I can actually use it

    Other games I will use this for is racing games as I have a g920 and also other triple AAA games l play games at 1080p

    This setup needs a PC,monitor,Mouse(good for FPS),mousepad

    Pc also has to have a WiFi card

    Cheers for reading and please leave suggestions as I really need help and I’d like this to be at mine before Christmas

    Cheers,matt
     
  2. orbitalwalsh

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    is this 1080p 144hz or 1440p 144hz ? if going 1080p you'd want 240hz monitor and pushing i7 9600/9700k clocked to 5.0ghz and over!

    keeps costs down you use Vgea 64 with freeysnc screens which are cheaper

    if pushing 1440p monitor then Ryzen 2700x with its single core boost of 4.3ghz would be handy :)

    quick example of pre-build system with vega 56 and ryzen 2700x . comes with 3 free games from Vega card to and 1080p 144hz monitor, but lacks everything else and geared more towards modern AAA titles

    My basket at Overclockers UK:
    Total: £1,503.04 (includes shipping: £23.10)
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    though to be fair.... any card can run CS:GO pretty fast

    example here

    https://www.techspot.com/review/1574-amd-ryzen-5-2400g-and-ryzen-3-2200g/page4.html
     
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2018
  3. Matas Jankus

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    I prefer 1080p as I don’t need 1440p and I’m confused about the 240hz I doubt I need that as I doubt I’ll be getting 240fps and over in games
     
  4. orbitalwalsh

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    most CS:GO comps run 240hz 1080p monitors and flagship cards the vendors throw at competition runners , when stakes are high , highest framerates count I guess , specially factor in faster games like Over watch

    normally you can just run the game on ryzen 2600 and gtx 1050ti and hit 100+ fps easily , game doesn't take to much resources to power it , prob could build a core system for £700 odd
     
  5. Matas Jankus

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    Yes ino they run 240hz at competitions I watch a lot of pro scene and also have a lot of knowledge In that area it’s just There’s no point of getting a 240hz monitor if I can’t even fufill the 240fps needed for it to be used to it’s highest potential I’d rather pay half price for a 140hz and get a better graphics card
     
  6. orbitalwalsh

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    So Vega 56 and 240hz will be fine :) heck even rx590

    Just need fast Intel i5 clocked to 5ghz
     
  7. Matas Jankus

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    Is the vega 64 as good as them Graphics cards as I’m not very experienced with amd and non intel/nvidia products as I’ve always been intel and nvidia
     
  8. ExoMale

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    My basket at Overclockers UK:
    Total: £1,359.01 (includes shipping: £23.10)
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    and this is if you use the more expensive vega 56 option

    My basket at Overclockers UK:
    Total: £1,499.02 (includes shipping: £23.10) ​
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  9. Matas Jankus

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    Do you think this is good for the money just pc https://www.overclockers.co.uk/tita...ni29#XTQk1#VUbiSb2~2.biSc2~30biSd2~31btmC2#V3
     
  10. ExoMale

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    no, while the 7700k is still a strong chip, its last gen, you also got a 1050ti included which is nowhere near an rx 570 nevermind a 590/vega and you have no ssd.

    g-sync monitors would put you over budget, not that the 1050ti could do 1440 or 144hz either way and will bottleneck that i7 badly which is not what you want.
     
  11. orbitalwalsh

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    Last edited: Dec 11, 2018
  12. ExoMale

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    i still like to know how people are getting such fps in such a least demanding old game lol, my system gets between 70-215fps .
     
  13. orbitalwalsh

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    run a very very fast intel chip . i3 8350k clocked at 5ghz etc , least help a bit :)
     
  14. ExoMale

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    ha that will help indeed, i dont know what you have mated to that as from your posts i dont know what system you do have ha, but while i cant really overclock my 1200, id have thought how my system is it would run the game more easier than it does, not that i play it much, just intrigued.