Indeed I do. And indeed it does.
using christmas presents early....wish I could do that....well I could probably get my new gpu for like 2 hours just to test it...then I would have to take it back out
CPU: Intel I5-3570k 4.7ghz MB: Gigabyte Z77-D3H
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 660 Ti Windforce Ram: G-Skill 8GB 1333
SSD: OCZ Vertex 3 120GB PSU: Antec BP550 Case: Rosewill Challenger
Future Upgrades: Corsair HX750/Corsair 500r
Switch or Phantom?
I really want to use a Sabertooth next time, god they clean things up so much
WoW - Windrunner: Snozzberries, Googs, Boryndon, Corndizzle, Kaylin, Georgejetson, Lentis, Knerd, Durlen, Marlevon
I got out of the elaborate gaming setups in my younger days. Was a lot of fun though. Now I just use a 15" MacBook Pro to play the few games I still play.
Switch 810 or Corsair 650D that will be what I decided on for my next build or I could just stay with my Bitfenix XL.
System Specs -
CPU - i5 2500k @ 5ghz | CPU Cooler - RASA RX240 | Motherboard - Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3| GPU - Nvidia GTX 590|
SSD - Crucial M4 128GB | RAM - 8GB Corsair Vengeance | PSU - Corsair TX850M | Case - CoolerMaster HAF 922
| Monitor - Asus VG236H 120hz (1920x1080) | Sidewinder X4 Keyboard |
I just upgraded most of my PC again, specs are in my signature.
I just hope I don't get buyer regrets, alot of people said just go with the 2011 3930k because 1155 is a dead socket, but I'm hoping the 3770k will do me even after the 2011 socket is no more. I mean I just use this build for gaming and web browsing, will try and post photos soon.
i7 3770k @ 4.3 GHz | Cool Master Evo Push/Pull | Asrock z77 Extreme 4 | GTX 680 4GB SLI | Samsung 840 Pro 128GB | WD Blue 1TB | CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB| Seasonic X850W | Thermaltake Element V Black Edition| CrossOver 27Q 2560x1440 S-IPS 27" Monitor | Razer DeathStalker |Naga MMO Champion |Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit
CPU is not what's holding back gaming except in rare cases. i7 3770K is likely better for gaming with two graphics cards or less anyway, compared to LGA2011. As resolutions will move toward 4K, GPUs are what will be the struggling parts. We're not quite there yet, though.