I want to buy a new PC...
This is my current shopping list:
LEPA MaxBron 800W (B800-MB)
ASUS B150-Pro (90MB0PC0-M0EAY0)
Intel Core i5-6500 - 4x 3.2 GHz, Turbo: 3.6 GHz (BX80662I56500)
2x Samsung DIMM 4GB - DDR4-2133, CL15-15-15 (M378A5143DB0-CPB)
Palit GeForce GTX 960 - 4GB GDDR5 (NE5X960010G1J)
STORAGE (SYSTEM / PORN):
Samsung M.2 SSD PM951 256GB (MZVLV256HCHP-00000)
Seagate Desktop HDD 2TB - SATA 6Gb/s (ST2000DM001)
Will GTA5 run smooth on 1920x1080 resolution, with high settings?
And what you guys think about this hardware combination?
Utter shit. Get a quality Seasonic 650W.
ASUS a shit.
>ever buying a locked i5
Oh jesus, fuck no. I'm not an AMD fanboy by any stretch of the imagination, but you'd be a fool to not go with an AMD gpu in your price bracket.
2/10, good effort.
CPU: an unlocked haswell (i5-4690k) would be much better, much higher frequencies (4.5Ghz), same instructions, same power requirements and almost same IPC.
MAINBOARD: dunno about your model, but if you go haswell as you should any mid-tier z97 mobo will be fine.
RAM: 2133mhz ddr4 is utter shit imho, but if you go Skylake you don't have other choice at the same price... Again, I would recommend some good CL9 ddr3 at the same or higher frequency, but Skylake won't permit you this. 2x4GB is fine.
GPU: Not that it is "bad", 960 is in fact the most modern gpu you can find atm, but if I were you, I would wait some months for Pascal/Polaris. 100% increase in efficiency and dx12/vulkan compatibility is no joke. Just a personal opinion here though.
STORAGE: Nice choice, but are you sure you need all that speed? SATA III speeds aren't that bad
PSU: Don't fall for the overpowered psu meme. With that config a good 400w will suffice, a 550w or similar should give you plenty of room for future upgrades.