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DON'T

 

Its too slow and you cant oc it but BusClock...which is..lemme say..not good.

 

Get a faster one tbh so you do get what you expect

 

 

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Huh? At this point it becomes evident that you and reality have gone separate ways. :D

The difference between stock and overclock is the same between a typewriter and a gaming machine.

You should get at least 800mhz more with a K cpu.


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Because .2ghz will make that much of a difference and everyone wants to OC

 

Can we get some real input here?

 

Go K processor and overclocking friendly MB all the way if you can. Not that hard to do, and the gains are substantial. My cpu is a stock 3.6 ghz processor, and I have been running it solid every day at 4.50ghz for three years. Never a burp.

 

If not, yes your choice will run DCS 2.0 , certainly not as well but it will run it probably satisfactorily for you. Keep in mind before too long more is going to be added with the merge to DCS 2.5.

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I Don't overclock!

 

NVM people I was wondering if .2ghz from 3.3 to 3.5 stock clocks will make a difference

 

There would be hardly any noticeable difference between 3.3 and 3.5 GHZ.

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Because .2ghz will make that much of a difference and everyone wants to OC

 

Can we get some real input here?

 

 

Sorry, but that was my honest input as someone who is building game rigs for friends and relatives for longer than I want :)

 

200MHz..no, that wont really show, but 600-1000MHz do show a difference.

 

Heck, it's your build, I just wanted to help and give advice before you buy and regret.

 

 

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Define "well" ;)

 

I run DCS with a i5 4690@3.5ghz and a rather weak GPU @1440p and it works well enough for me. Your GPU is much faster than mine with triple VRAM so I expect you to get much better fps than I do.

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When installing Skylake on Win7 you must either prepare a USB drive WITH USB3 support slipstreamed OR plain install from a SATA DVD drive and avoid the USB problem for Z170.

 

Prepare early so you dont have an issue once the stuff is in the house and you wanna put it together.

 

Win10 always gives me headaches when reinstalling and re-activating. It always works...but what a fuss and back and forth until it lets you reuse the "old" lic with "old" hardware. Could be way simpler.

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