By - notDaniel115
That's a bad build.
Oh, thanks! Why did you change the case color? Is there an Intel equivalent to this build?
The RX 570 won't be able to do 1080p 144 fps unless it's e-sports games. You need a more powerful card like GTX 1660 Ti or better for that purpose. Also, that Kingston SSD doesn't have DRAM and won't perform that well fyi.
300$ for a 4c8t processor is absolutely insane, as well.
Your Fps will depend on the game, resolution, and graphics quality settings. you will be playing at. Im not familiar with that GPU, but it can probably run 1080p at decently high frame rates. Sry I am not more helpful. Your SSD is large enough for a boot drive and a couple of your most commonly used programs. You should use your hdd for the bulk of storage though. Also your PSU is only rated for 550 W you may want to get a higher rated PSU. Your system's TDP is ~300 Watts so you're actually probably ok with the 550. Never mind about the PSU then.
6700K is 3 gens old and 4core/8thread intels are only about on par with 6core/6thread intels.
Cheaper and much more current-gen/quality:
Between that build and this one (someone else who replied to this thread suggested this one, which one is better?