Yeah, tone down the psu to like an 850 watt, or 750 watt. Then tone your ram down to 8gb of ddr3 1600. That way you can increase the money put into your graphics card. I have some examples.
Alright, I see why you said what you said in the way you said it in your first comment up there, and I can tell that you love planetside 2. Everybody should love planetside 2. Point here is to get people to play this game because it is amazing and deserves to be seen and played by the world. If you play on u.s. east servers, on the continent of Indar a lot ingame, and are part of the NC there, then you know where to find me. :D
I did not mean it as a comparison, I meant it more as a metaphor as a way to give a vague description of it quickly without using a large scale explanation. I was meaning it was in the mmo genre, with thousands of people playing it. I love the game and it is amazing. It is pretty dang close to a war simulator though. Teamwork is mandatory, there are explosions every time you turn around a corner and when you see a group of enemies, you always panic even if you're the most seasoned player there is.
Woah, with those specs man, you should check out planetside 2. It is free.
It is pretty much World of Warcraft, but it is a First Person Shooter. You can spend money on it if you want but the only things money can buy are weapons and clothing(Clothing is useless, only for looks). You can buy weapons with in game points things you earn by playing but it takes longer, but the default guns are still really good. Anyway, have fun with your new toy.
Well, nice build. Ram choice fits the processor, seems like it will play minecraft one hell of a lot better than my computer. I was thinking of building something with an A10, but I found it cheaper to go with the brand new fx-6300 and 4 gigabytes of less expensive ram. Anyway, good luck with your new minecraft box.
I wish the apu didn't clock down graphics cards with gddr5 memory to ddr3 memory when in crossfire mode. Oh well, nice choice, enjoy your new machine.
Hey, think you can add a sorting ability on video cards that says whether the card uses ddr3 memory, gddr3 memory, or gddr5 memory? A response or even this idea being implemented would be helpful, as some cheaper cards have different models that have different memory on them.