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Need help for 1080p 60fps gaming pc rig ?
CPU: Intel Core I5 7500
MOBO: ASUS H110M-K
RAM: GSKill AEGIS 8GB DDR4 2400mhz
GPU: ASUS GTX1060 Dual OC 3GB DDR5
PSU: Xigmatek X-Calibre 500W 80+ PSU
Case: Sharkoon S1000 Window
SSD: WD 2.5" Green 120GB SSD
HDD: WD 1TB Caviar Blue HDD
Monitor: BENQ 24" GW2470H
- 3 years agoFavorite Answer
If it's within your budget, you'd do better with a 6GB version of the GTX 1060. Compared to the 3GB version, the 6GB card has more shaders (cuda cores) and more texture units and is around 10% faster.
Xigmatek is not a good brand of power supplies. Some reviews say they have high levels of noise and ripple on the various voltage rails, which means a slow death for your hardware. If it's the model with two +12V rails, don't buy it. For gaming performance, a single +12V rail is a far better choice. Look at Antec, Corsair, EVGA, Enermax, SeaSonic, Silverstone or XFX to name a few, they have much better units.
- Anonymous3 years ago
1) Don't forget you'll also need an operating system - for a gaming rig, that's most likely going to be Windows 10
2) also don't forget that you'll need, at the very least, a keyboard and a mouse
3) for a pure gaming rig, dump that HDD and get a bigger (at least 512 GB) SSD. That 120 gig SSD will basically just hold your OS, and you'll probably want to have your games run from the SSD. Plus, it's a major PITA to get games to install anywhere else but the default directory, which is on the OS disk.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 73 years ago
check your cpu/gpu combination at ==> thebottlenecker.com