I'm so sorry, i didn't know. My bad.
Only difference that i could find is something with onboard ports supported resolution, but if you're putting in gpu, you be fine both ways. Just get what you can find for less money
Well if he can afford it, there is no point in buying smaller ssd
There is basically no difference between 6600 i 6500, so you should get 6500 and save up some more money. Second, you don't need aftermarket cooler with skylake non k cpus, they already come with stock one which is fine. For gaming, ram speed doesn't matter, and you should get 16gb it will become standard soon. That psu isn't great one either you might want to switch that up, Here's better list:
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Its no matter if its i5 or i7 for cooling units, k versions don't come with stock coolers you you have to buy aftermarket one(i5 6600k and i7 6700k) . Non k versions do come with stock cooler (i7 6700, i5 6600, 6500, 6400). And even if u want to overclock this cpu (but not extreme overclock) you still don't need this expensive cooling unit, there are some very nice air coolers: noctua nhd14,15 dark rock 3 looks nice etc.
I'm not even sure you can get 1440p monitor for 200 quid, so either save up some more money or go with 1080p
I5 6600k does not come with stock cooler non k versions come with one, but since you don't want to overclock, you might as well get 6600 to save a few bucks, it isn't much of a performance difference. As for the motherboard, you should pick one of these: h170, b150, or h110. I personaly reccomend h170 because it's meant for personal use and it's got more usb jacks and stuff. Mine serves pretty great. You can add extra fans but it should not be problem just like this, if you're just gaming or doing simple work, i only have one fan, and thing don't get too hot.
Everything would work fine if you bought it, as for the frames, you didn't say what resolution so if you mean 1080p it wont do it.
Your link isn't right what build do you mean 1, 2 or 3?
If you are on tight budget, i would recomend xfx 550w, though its non modular it is very reliable
That mobo is over priced, i'm sure you can get cheaper one if you don't care about estetics, also your GPU is overpriced too.
These are pretty old parts, why don't you go with some newer ones?
Here this list s better:
I didn't menage to change PSU( some bug probably) but you should change it to some evga g2,b2,w2... , xfx or seasonic
You don't need to waste money if you don't have to. I thing ASUS Z-170-A will be completely enough:
PSU isn't that great, switch it to xfx 550w if you can or some seasonic. It will have all usb ports and jacks.
In these times, you shoud not even consider getting amd cpu till new generation comes up, unless you really have low budget, so deffinitely i5 build
It should be enought, we dont know for sure sing pascal titan x hasnt come out yet
There is no point in getting unlocked cpu with locked motherboard, so if you want to overclock you have to get z170 motherboard, and if not get i5 6500/6600 and ditch aftermarket cooler. Also your psu is low tier try getting evga, g2,p2... sesonic or xfx
For rendering most important par is processors, AMD CPUs currently serve for low budget builds, this one will do much better, the only bad thing is you can't overclock:
580$ is budget for whole computer of just SSD and GPU? If it's only SSD and GPU you can get gtx 1070 and samsung evo , but if it's budget for whole build get Crucial CT240BX200SSD1, non of those ssd's are very good, and get gtx 950, it beats 750ti every time. Also don't use cpuand gpu boss they are bad, use userbenchmark.com
Well for gaming, in most cases gpu is most important part, you should get i5 and 1070 or 1080 if you can. I dont know cost of parts in austria but i know here in europe parts are more expensive that in us.
Well it will probably handle overwatch, but it will definitely bottleneck your gpu. i3 6100 would be probably be better solution, if you dont want to spend money on i5
This build is better, it has newer cpu, better ram, and better PSU:
You don't need 750w psu unless you plan to crossfire, this one will do fine.
Well the purpose of 6700k over 6700 is overclocking, but you can't overclock that processor with h110 motherboard, if you want to overclock you have to get z170 mobo, which costs more. But if you don't want to overclock just get i7 6700, there is not much difference between 6700k and 6700. And also ditch the cooler, 6700 comes with a stock one. Also if you could wait a week or two until 1060 restocks, you might as well get it, because it should be around 250$ and it's performing better than rx 480.
Well with this pc, you probably won't be able to run battlefield 1 on high, maybe medium, but i'm not sure. You need to invest bit more some some higher settings.
PSU is low tier, get evga g2,b2, p2, seasonic or xfx.
212 evo is good cheap air cooler, but keep this one if you plan to upgrade in the future.
Samsung is fast enough for gaming, asus motherboard because this one is good and is 1/2 the price of yours.
There is no need for wasting money on some stuff, here is better list:
I don't understand why you don't want skylake, but that is ok if you want it like this. Only bad part here is your PSU, it's low tier, try getting evga g2,b2, p2 or some xfx or seasonic.
Corsair spec-02 is nice looking black and red case.
You case has no 5.25" bay in it, you need to chane the case if you want optical drive.
Even if you plan to use vr there still shouldn't be problem, but if you want there is no need for this water cooler, get 212 evo for example
You don't need aftermarket cooler for this processor, it already comes with stock one. For 6500, since it can't be overclocked, you can use h170 motherboard, and save few dollars there. That PSU is not that great, it's tier 2(this one is g1), try finding g2,p2, seasonic or xfx, there is no need for 750w you could settle for less
Then it's pretty much all the same, maybe get gigabyte cuz it's more famous and reliable brand.
You don't need aftermarket cooler for this CPU it comes with stock one which is fine, h170 motherboard will do better than b150 one, your case is too huge and to expensive this one will probably do better, but switch it to some other midtower if you want, and your PSU is very expensive, this one is exelent and it's not so expensive:
You psu is low tier get evga g2, p2, xfx or seasonic if you can.
It can run those games, and even if you wanted you to overclock it you can't because it has non k processor, maybe it's better to try making computer yourself, it will save you some bucks and you'll probably get better overall components.
Bottlenecking is when some of your weak components can effect your faster components and make them slower, for example your pc, q6600 won't be able to fully support 970 or rx 480 so you won't be getting full potential from the card.
Maybe asus or evga, but all of them are pretty much the same.
I know, but it't to weak for arkham knight.
This looks great to me!
There isn't actual problem here, it says that because the motherboard came out before processor, so it thinks it isn't compatible .
There's no build here m8
So, couple of important things:
1. Do you plan to overclock?
2. Which i5 do you plan on getting?
3. What chipset is first motherboard, b150, h170 or z170 or something completely other?
I really doubt that you can run it, there isn't even gpu here.
Looks like solid build to me, you could just, replace you psu with cheaper one(not that this one is bad), something like xfx 550w one, and pretty sure you could get some cheaper ram of 1600mhz speed, you probably won't see the diference.
I can't open it for some reason, but here are system requirements for arkham knight, so see for yourself: http://www.game-debate.com/games/index.php?g_id=17044&game=Batman:%20Arkham%20Knight
Maybe get new CPU and ram so it doesn't bottleneck your gpu, and than save some more money and get 480/970. 650 should hold up for some time till you save for new gpu.
You don't need z170 motherboard if you aren't planning to overclock, get h170 you should save a few bucks. Rest of it looks fine to me, maybe 8gb of ram more in the future.