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First gaming pc

What do you tink of my setup.
I want to play doom, division, battlefield,...
I don't want to overclock.

- Intel Core i5-6600.

- Gigabyte GA-B150M-D3H.

- msi Gforce GTX 1060.

- Crucial 16GB DDR4 (kit van 2) @ 2.133Mhz ram.

- Seagate HDD 1TB.

- Crucial SSD MX300 275GB.

- Corsair CX450M.

- Antec GX500.

- Windows 10 home OEM.

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I did not check compatibility.

But it should be fine on 1080p for the games listed with default settings.

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full?

I think i can play them in full or ultra settings with the 1070.

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I notice that as games come out

They tend to push hardware to the limits so full or ultra on a new game may be something for next gen cards.

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Ram

2 x8 RAM

thx for the link of the case!

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