Call of Duty 2

Worth the money? Work good together? Spec?

Thread started by wAde on Wednesday, 12:05am February 18th with 9 replies. Views: 1,769

wAde
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Thinking about buying this. Have a Radeon HD 6800 Series already. Would this all work decent together?

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Posted 12:05am Feb 18th 15
wAde
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Re-Edit, uploaded wrong image, correct one there now.
Posted 12:06am Feb 18th 15
Chege
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should be fine, 6850 / 6870 should give you decent fps in any cod game & the cpu is one of the best you can get for cs / other cpu intensive games.
newer games like bf4 might struggle a little on full hd / high & ultra textures but it should still be fine.
as long as you got a decent ~600w PSU you should be fine with this, you might want to add an aftermarket cooler for the cpu tho to unlock the full potencial of the CPU with a little overclock
Posted 12:09am Feb 18th 15
wAde
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Thanks man !
Posted 12:15am Feb 18th 15
rikkz
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I personally would always recommend a Gigabyte motherboard because they have top notch support.
Posted 12:33am Feb 18th 15
wAde
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Which board would you recommend that would go fine with this setup?
Posted 12:53am Feb 18th 15
wAde
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I currently have a 750gb HDD this will fit directly into the mobo and boot up no problem?
Posted 2:05pm Feb 18th 15
mateo J.K
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I personally would always recommend a Gigabyte motherboard because they have top notch support.

Quote from rikkz on the 18th of February 2015

gigabyte has good support idd, but for the quality and reliability go with the asus and msi motherboards, gigabyte use cheaper material to build motherboards.
Posted 3:17pm Feb 18th 15
jay
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May I ask if you're planning on overclocking? If not I'd go for the i5-4460 instead. Saves you 50 squid.

If you do plan on overclocking, keep the cpu and go with this mobo.

As for the HDD - yes that should be fine. It wouldn't hurt to have an extra SATA3 cable lying around.
Posted 3:30pm Feb 18th 15
$LONE
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ive got i5 4690k and hd4870 (really old one - saving some money for new one) and i get 600fps stable in cod2 and +200fps in csgo
Posted 3:37am Feb 26th 15