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  1. I already bought a GTX1070. Thanks for the advice!
  2. Hello again. This time I'd like to ask if a build like the one listed below would work for P3D. Thanks.
  3. That's what I said in the first post, I'm looking to build a rig with an i7 6700k or 4790k.
  4. The thing is my current CPU cannot be overclocked, it's a non-K version, as my PC is basically an HP prebuilt computer, the case is way too small to fit more cooling and even a bigger GPU, so I just decided to build a new one. To everyone else, thanks for your advice! I'll see if I can manage to get a GTX 1070/80.
  5. Also, would this rig (www.pccomponentes.com/pccly/FeC1831b) be better?
  6. Hello! This is my first post here at AVSIM, so sorry if I shouldn't post this in this thread, feel free to remove it if necessary. I am using P3D v3.2 right now, but with my current rig (i7 2600 3,4 GHz, GTX 960, 8 GB RAM) I'm struggling to even get 20 FPS inside clouds and in big airports with payware aircraft. I also get tons of blurries and microstutters. I've been planning on upgrading my PC since some time, and I finally think it's time to do so. My question is, would I manage to get 30 FPS in let's say, Aerosoft Madrid using an i7 6700k and a GTX 980? Is this PC (http://tiendas.mediamarkt.es/p/pc-gaming-lenovo-ideacentre-y900-34isz-1317733) overpriced? Would I be better off building it by myself? Thanks!