Sorry.... Forgot the optical drive:/
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I second this 0.o
The i7 is a bit overkill for gaming, don't you think?
You could get rid of the ssd and upgrade the ram to this.
Too bad the price of that 8320 went back up:/
Here is a video I found.... Couldn't watch it though:/ My laptop is having issues:(((
I dunno about that sort of issue, but I had this problem where I couldn't run exe files:/ I ran malwarebytes and now I can run exe files again. I used to have to download everything in .jar files to run them:(
Yes. Looks fine:)
Best description I've seen in a while.... Jokes aside though, nice build:)
well, here's a site to help you with building your haackintosh.
Found a video on the 1gb model of the card. Dayz
You might want to upgrade that storage later:)
Will message you about the os.
It's not any better performance wise, but it is your pc that you're building. So in the end, the choice of parts still comes to what you choose.
True but in my opinion booting into OS X is a pain the behind, because of having to already own a mac to download the newest os to a flashdrive, and having to partition a new hard drive within the mac too:/
Hate to break it to you, but you're not gonna be able to run final cut on windows.
Will message you about os.
It will play minecraft... But in some heavier games like bf4, you might not get the fps you want.
This will be better, and you can upgrade the ram later:
I already have the gigabyte r9 270 windforce. I was just asking your opinion on it:)
How do you like that graphics card? Have you done any benchmarks?
Somebody else could probably make a better build, but this is what I came up with.
I have to ask... Why the 5150 over the 5350?
Well, good luck:)
Thanks:) I have seen you post about raidmax psu's before too, and it's always the "ticking timebomb" comments that come back.
Ok. Was just asking your opinion.
You could get a bigger ssd. Or You could use the same build but toss in an i5
Came in $100 under budget and this will do you good for quite a while. Not sure if you want to liquid cool it or not, but you can always take that off the parts list if you don't want it.
Do you need the os,monitor,keyboard/mouse?
How good is that psu? I have heard a lot of bad things about raidmax.
I just went with the i3 because it's on the cheaper side of things and it's hyper-threaded.
Glad I could help. Sadly, the price of that ssd went back up.
Finished. And no problem:P