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Welcome to our 4K gaming build guide. You want all dem pixels? Well you’re gonna need to drive all dem pixels. Prepare your bodies and prepare your minds! This video build guide was brought…
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  • LinusTechTips 2 years ago

    By far our best build guide yet. Get ready for 4K gaming with this beast of
    a gaming rig!

  • Trolling Prodigy 2 years ago

    I watch things that I cannot afford. 

  • GamerBoy284 2 years ago

    can someone tell me if this is a decent £800 Gaming Pc? Do i need a better
    CPU? Would it run games like dayz and Bf4 on high at 50-80fps?

    Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor
    MSI H97 Guard-Pro ATX LGA1150 Motherboard
    Corsair Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1600 Memory
    Crucial MX100 256GB 2.5″ Solid State Drive
    Asus GeForce GTX 970 4GB STRIX Video Card
    NZXT S340 Case
    Corsair Builder 600W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply
    Microsoft Windows 8.1 (OEM) (64-bit)

  • Max Hedges 2 years ago

    Can this run minecraft at tiny render distance on a super flat world
    looking up at the sky with no background programs?

  • Jay Man 2 years ago

    How to Build the ULTIMATE 4K Gaming PC: 1. Wait 5-6 years. 2. Make sure 4K
    is the new standard. 3. Buy ANY mid-range GPU, ANY mid-range CPU, ANY
    mid-range motherboard, RAM, PSU, case, etc. and build your PC. This is like
    trying to build a 1080p gaming PC in 2006. It was possible back then just
    like a 4K gaming rig is now with ultra high-end parts. Back then, you had
    to drop at least a couple thousand dollars on just the bare-bone PC
    components to get decent frame rates in the few 1080p games that were out.
    The best thing to do, even if you have a shit load of disposable income, is
    to just wait until 4K is the new standard HD gaming resolution and until
    you don’t need 2x or 3x $600 GPUs and a $600 CPU just to get barely 30 FPS
    in a 4K game on a single monitor. Unless you are a professional
    photographer or something, 4K just doesn’t make sense even for the wealthy
    gamer. 

  • SuperAwesomeMan 2 years ago

    Is this a good build?

    Case: Cardboard box made by your mom
    CPU: A burnt toast
    Graphic Card: A pair of a nerd’s glasses
    OS: Potato OS
    HDD: A folder to store my work
    Motherboard: My old shoe
    Cooler: non cause i can’t afford
    Monitor: My 19″ retro tv
    PSU: an old iPhone 4 charger
    RAM: the movie “ram”

    ALL FOR: $20 BUCKS

  • ownagepwning007 2 years ago

    I have a new build in my head would this allow me to play every game on
    highest settings and livestream with no lagg? Let me know what i can change
    etc 😀

    CPU: Intel i7-4770K 3,5 GHz (3.9 GHz Turbo Boost)
    MOTHERBOARD: ASUS MAXIMUS VII RANGER
    GPU: GTX 780ti superclocked acx coolers
    CPU COOLER: Corsair Hydro Series H100i
    SSD: Samsung 850 EVO 500HB SSD
    HARD DISK: Western Digital Blue 1TB
    RAM: Crucial 16GB DDR3-1600 kit
    POWER SUPPLY: 600 WATT
    CASE: CM Storm Stryker

  • douwe van randwijck 2 years ago

    Hi guys i was a ps3 gamer but, ive seen the light and i want a good gaming
    pc now…
    I am 14 years old and at my work in tge grocery store i earn 3 euro in 1
    hour. ( im dutch)
    So i cant really spend that much on a pc. Ive found 1 for 400 euro, it has
    this

    Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-4160
    Graphic card : Intel® HD Graphics 4400
    Hard disc: 1 TB

    Im new to gaming pc’s so can anyone plz tell me if this is a decent gaming
    pc? Maybe i can place a better CPU in it? I dont know guys plz help me
    

  • Khalid Kindar 2 years ago

    Is this pc better than alienware area 51?

  • Razersharp 2 years ago

    Im not planning on playing 4K, but is this rig good enough to play allmost
    all games at max settings 1080p/1440p?

    Intel Core i7-4770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor (im overclocking to 4.2 ghz)
    Corsair H105 73.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler
    Asus Maximus VI Extreme ATX LGA1150 Motherboard

    HyperX Fury DDR3 1600MHz 16GB Black
    Corsair Force Series GT 120GB 2.5″ Solid State Drive
    Seagate Barracuda 1TB 3.5″ 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
    Asus GeForce GTX 980 4GB STRIX Video Card
    Corsair Air 540 ATX Mid Tower Case
    Corsair CX 600W PSU 80 Plus Bronze
    Asus BC-12B1ST/BLK/B/AS Blu-Ray Reader, DVD/CD Writer
    Microsoft Windows 8 (OEM) (64-bit)

    I am going to be using Bitfinix Red LED 120mm fans i the front intake, and
    the rest is going to be Noctua 120mm fans Black.

    Total : $2002.74
    Yes, i am willing and able to pay for it :)

  • Jeremy Greenlee 2 years ago

    Now, heres my build that im saving up for:

    Intel Core i7-5820K Haswell-E 6-Core 3.3GHz…………………$390

    Cooler Master Trooper (Rev. 2) – Full Tower Gaming Computer Case with
    Windowed Side Panel and Carrying
    Handle………………………………..$170

    2 ASUS Graphics Cards MATRIX-GTX980-P-4GD5 running
    sli………………………………………………each $640, total
    $1280

    Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64bit (Full) System Builder
    OEM………………………………$180

    Corsair AX1500i 1500 Watts ATX 12V/EPS 12V Power
    Supply………………………………………….$400

    DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable 6 Feet – 4K Resolution Ready by Cable
    Matters………………………….$10

    ASUS PB287Q 28-Inch Screen LED-Lit 4K
    Monitor……………………………$500

    ASUS RAMPAGE V EXTREME, Extended ATX x99
    Motherboard……………………………………$450

    Corsair DOMINATOR® Platinum Series 32GB (4 x 8GB)
    DDR4………………………………………..$740

    Asus 24x DVD-RW Serial-ATA Internal OEM Optical Drive
    ………………………………….$25

    OBUTTO OZONE GAMING COCKPIT………………………$365

    Obutto oZone Triple Monitor Mount Accessory, Obutto Cupholder, Obutto 5.1
    Speaker Mount Accessory, Obutto oZone Acrylic Tabletop
    Accessory………………………………….$336.96

    PS4………………..$400

    xbox one……….$350

    2 ASUS VN Series VN289Q 28-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitors………….each
    $270 total $540

    Total for EVERYTHING: $6140 (so it will take 7 months to do this but WORTH
    IT)

    The obutto ozone will hold the 3 monitors, the 4k in the middle for the PC,
    the 2 1080p monitors on either side for the consoles. the PC is strictly
    for gaming and animating and my laptop is for youtube/media stuff. Once i
    get all the parts im planning on making 2 videos, 1 of me building the PC
    and the other of me setting up the entire gaming rig.

  • mariodrv 2 years ago

    780 Tis for “the ultimate 4k build ??? Is this a joke?

  • Danny Nguyen 2 years ago

    Anyone tell me a cheap but VERY good gaming computer? Thanks

  • Randy Moss 2 years ago

    I’m thinking about building a computer for the first time. I want to build
    a top of the line gaming rig that will perform well for at least the next 3
    years. The components I’m thinking of using are the x99 motherboard, i7
    5820k processor, GEFORCE GTX 980 graphics, 8 or 16 GB of RAM, an SSDHD,
    and a 850 watt corsair power supply. I’m wondering about the GTX 980
    because I’ve heard rumors of the 980 TI releasing soon which will
    apparently be much faster. I’m seriously considering waiting until this
    card is released. I feel comfortable about putting the parts together BUT
    I’m a little weary about where to plug everything in. My girlfriend is
    telling me to just spend an extra $400-$500 and get the alienware area 51
    with the same specs. This does sound enticing because it could save me a
    massive headache if something goes wrong in my build, which I have a
    feeling it will. Any words of advice? How did you handle the cable
    management for your first build? Should I wait for the 980 TI? By the way
    I’m almost 30 years old so I do have patience and maturity if that means
    anything.

  • Inder Indo 2 years ago

    I really want a Gaming PC. My PC can run League of Legends and Wizard 101
    above minimum. Games like GTA, CoD, Assassins Creed, etc.. are a no go. I’m
    only 16 and I have no idea (Not an absolute clue) on how to buld a gaming
    PC. Like wtf is a Ram or Nividia or whatever. should I just buy a Gaming PC
    rather then build it? Any recommendations? (Something under 500$ that can
    run GTA V and COD perfectly or at least really good performance) Tired of
    PS4. 

  • Bro_Flash 2 years ago

    What does Linus play on those monitors?

  • Neutron Blitz 2 years ago

    is my gaming pc can run assasins creed unity or farcry4 in high setting let
    me know pls

    CPU: Intel Core i7 5960x
    Motherboard: ASUS X99 Deluxe
    RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum 16 GB DDR4
    GPU: NVIDIA Geforce GTX 980 in SLI Mode
    PSU: Corsair AX1200i 1000 W

  • Khalid Kindar 2 years ago

    Can someone tell me how much this pc cost please I want to build it

  • Kaarel Tiit 2 years ago

    can it handle google chrome

  • Mike Moyes 2 years ago

    Does Intel HD Graphics 3000 can run GTA IV

  • Woxel Boxel 2 years ago

    Does it run minecraft doe?

  • TheBrothersCompound 2 years ago

    how much does this build run more or less?

  • If You Subscribe, A Child In Africa Will Receive A Pair of Man Bewbs 2 years ago

    Can this handle playing Tetris?