Are Budget builds ACTUALLY worth it?

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Derpy 1109
Derpy 1109 - 8 घंटे पहले
"If you're gonna do gaming you might not need a strong CPU"
Unless you're emulating, that is.
Haley Zahradnik
Haley Zahradnik - 11 घंटे पहले
Get a PSU with at least 500w of power and about 100w of headroom for upgrades. Also, nothing less than semi-modular, 80+ something
Zing Freelancer
Zing Freelancer - 13 घंटे पहले
Good luck running that hardware without PSU.
Iready 1825
Iready 1825 - 19 घंटे पहले
you missed one point that amd mobos are alot cheaper than intel you can get top quality features and durability for like 150$ where its probably over 300 for intel. Ill just say im really glad the person I bought my computer form didn't go cheap cuz its a 4 year old pc with heavy gaming use no issues
2Legit The Gamer
2Legit The Gamer - 19 घंटे पहले
If you get at least 60 fps yes. If not then no.
DigzBie - दिन पहले
Thanks for this
Local Coma
Local Coma - दिन पहले
Are budget builds worth it? Let's find out, right after you buy this discounted monitor 😂
SynsterBros - दिन पहले
I wish you could help me build my pc been trying to learn everything i can about pcs lol still trying to figure everything out
Nicolas Rodriguez
Nicolas Rodriguez - दिन पहले
Jay, how does i9-9900K, 1660 Ti, (8x2) Vengeance LPX @3600 for around 1300$ sounds like? I will be using it for gaming on 1080 ultra and editing videos/photos, but not comercially, not professional, just some basic editing. U think with that build I can achieve at least 60 fps on any modern tittle?
ian davies
ian davies - दिन पहले
i regret buying a 970 evo nvme drive suposed to be super fast i cant tell the differance in speed from my old 830 ssd total wast off money could have bought a new gtx 1070 and gone sli for the price i paid for it or 2 8tb harddrives
But what about Ryzen? It used to need faster Ram
Aliens Got The Beat
Aliens Got The Beat - दिन पहले
caption: Jay 0.02$ here
Sondre Opsahl
Sondre Opsahl - दिन पहले
Does it really matter tho? Every new cpu series requires new motherboard anyways
BroGamer - 2 दिन पहले
Would you guz consider my pc high end or mid range?
Ryzen 7 1800x.
Rtx 2080
32gb 3000mhz ram
B-350 motherboard
1tb m.2 nvme
500gb ssd
2tb hdd
involver involver
involver involver - दिन पहले
Mid range.
tristan 123455
tristan 123455 - 2 दिन पहले
PCI is still usefully for those tester cards with a display of your MoBo doesn't have one
Kevin Ng
Kevin Ng - 2 दिन पहले
Rather than budget build I'll say try to aim for the best bang for buck build that would last you the next 5 years at least. Also don't be too frugal on your casing and power supply. I have seen many people who did that and regretted it.
Casing - Make sure it's solid and has good air flow. Choose one large enough to house your future upgrades such as a larger gpu, cooling systems, etc.
Power Supply - The one thing you shouldn't try to penny pinch on is your power supply. A cheap unstable, under wattage power supply can easily damage your other components. As before, choose a power supply rating that would cater to your possible future needs so that you won't have to buy a new one the next time.
spork8655 - 9 घंटे पहले
You are correct. Never EVER get a really cheap power supply. Always spend at least $50-60 and get a model that is reliable. It's the most important component in your rig... If you don't have stable power, you don't have a usable computer.
Leonardo SA
Leonardo SA - 2 दिन पहले
Maybe we should wait for a 1680?
ToyCollectorJas - 2 दिन पहले
simply put, "budget build" means not using all top range pieces inside your PC. Using entry level or mid-level parts only.
RandomGamer - 2 दिन पहले
i was gaming on a i5 650 w/igpu up until a couple months ago
World of Gaming
World of Gaming - 12 घंटे पहले
I just physically shuddered
Historical Archive
Historical Archive - 2 दिन पहले
128 gb fills up really fast I would suggest at least a 256
Angelo Tugade
Angelo Tugade - 2 दिन पहले
hi i have a gtx 1050 2gb version and my friend is selling a gtx 960 4gb for 70$ should i buy it?
Sizzion - 2 दिन पहले
Lucky😔 I need a smaller mother board and a Corsair 280x still and then I have a finished pc....I got to big of a motherboard😭
Brian Lankford
Brian Lankford - 2 दिन पहले
I would like to see your opinion on building a quiet pc for gaming and HTPC duties.
calin ovidiu
calin ovidiu - 2 दिन पहले
Could you build a gaming laptop with $850 ? Budget
MegaVideohost - 2 दिन पहले
calin ovidiu “laptop” “build” good luck man
Cuitláhuac - 3 दिन पहले
Fuck yea. Unless i die in a car accident or aliens abduct me, im getting a summer job before college and working my little gamer heart out. I literally cant fuckin run anything any more.
Random ID 10 T
Random ID 10 T - 3 दिन पहले
Can you mount mobo on block of wood?
Caffeinated Critic
Caffeinated Critic - 3 दिन पहले
Yes because you can always upgrade later if you need time to save up.
Armand Eicker
Armand Eicker - 3 दिन पहले
I have alot of XP when it comes to building a PC. But I enjoyed this video as I've tried to explain this to people who say to me "i need your help building a pc" who are on a tight budget and then they refuse to believe me when I say expensive RAM means nothing performance wise. Now I can refer them to you😁
KaiTheGamer - 3 दिन पहले
Armand Eicker Since you have a lot of experience do you think INzoner Joey Delgados $1,000 or $750 pc build is worth it?
Siege2184 - 3 दिन पहले
the bottle necking mentioned, im running a gtx 1070 with a ryzen 5 1600, is my cpu bottle necking my gpu? if so whats the best ryzen for it? P.S i do plan on streaming on twitch with it
Ronin The Shark
Ronin The Shark - दिन पहले
@Siege2184 depends on load but I'd stream 720p 60fps with a 1600 just to avoid any stuttering both in-game and on stream
Siege2184 - दिन पहले
@Ronin The Shark can it handle streaming them on twitch also?
Ronin The Shark
Ronin The Shark - 3 दिन पहले
No the 1600 can carry a 1080 in most games (if not all) even at high res
Jack Gill
Jack Gill - 3 दिन पहले
Would a rx 590 8GB get bottlenecked by a ryzen 3 1200
Jack Gill
Jack Gill - दिन पहले
ᴅᴀʀɪᴜs ᴀʟᴠʀᴀᴍ so a ryzen 5 1600
ᴅᴀʀɪᴜs ᴀʟᴠʀᴀᴍ
ᴅᴀʀɪᴜs ᴀʟᴠʀᴀᴍ - दिन पहले
@Jack Gill not at all because if you want to upgrade you can sell you gpu and till the new gpu arrive use de igpu, and is the same performance of the 1200 and 1300x to the 2200g, and prob 3200g. There's no diference in price. for mobas get a 4 cores 4 or 8 threads cpu.
Jack Gill
Jack Gill - दिन पहले
ᴅᴀʀɪᴜs ᴀʟᴠʀᴀᴍ 1080p at 144Hz for FPS and moba.1300X and a 580(I’ve since changed the gpu obviously). I thought if I get a 2200g it’s a waste because the apu wouldn’t be used
ᴅᴀʀɪᴜs ᴀʟᴠʀᴀᴍ
ᴅᴀʀɪᴜs ᴀʟᴠʀᴀᴍ - दिन पहले
@Jack Gill if you want something for future upgrading get a ryzen 5 3600, depends on the resolution of your monitor and what do you want to play, if you want just for casual gaming and competitive get a r3 3200g
Jack Gill
Jack Gill - 2 दिन पहले
ᴅᴀʀɪᴜs ᴀʟᴠʀᴀᴍ than it would be best to get a 1300X for the future or is that stupid cuz extra clock speed and no threads
Da_ Nick_
Da_ Nick_ - 3 दिन पहले
My budget build was a i5 8400 koffee laked with a 1050 ti and and a gigabyte b365m motherboard (not 100% sure) runs fine most games i play 70+ frames. Will upgrade to a 1080ti soon only not sure on the motherboard I do want one with WiFi on it for when I go somewhere where they have no kabel
Androvsky - 4 दिन पहले
You'd be surprised how many shops sell PCI cards online, especially in some countries where availability is limited
PTtrucker - 4 दिन पहले
Is it worth upgrading from I5 7400 and gtx 1050 ti to I7 8700k and gtx 1070 ti?
Albert Einstein El Verdadero
Albert Einstein El Verdadero - 3 दिन पहले
Absolutely, but i would advise to look for a gtx 1080 deal and get that instead
Bush - 3 दिन पहले
PTtrucker yes
SuperBeeTV - 4 दिन पहले
Thanks ! Totally relevant !
Ryan Perrin
Ryan Perrin - 4 दिन पहले
My 1060 6GB does fine on a lot of games in 1080p 60fps. So, considering the 1660 is about the same, if not cheaper, definitely a great choice. I also have a 2700x though, but I'm a physicist, so I'll actually use it haha
Lord Shaxx, Crucible Handler
Lord Shaxx, Crucible Handler - 4 दिन पहले
Bruh ram has gone so cheap. You can get 16 gigs for 2/3rds the price I paid for 8 last year
Satan - दिन पहले
Joe B I found it on amazon... heres a link :
Joe B
Joe B - दिन पहले
@Satan Where do you get that - The cheapest I Find are G.Skill - Ripjaws V Series 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory $144.99. Where I want in case I want to expand later.
Satan - 2 दिन पहले
Lord Shaxx, Crucible Handler Facts bro, last year I got 8 gigs of 2133 for $130, now I can get 16g of 3200 mhz for $85.....
Lord Shaxx, Crucible Handler
Lord Shaxx, Crucible Handler - 4 दिन पहले
I made a cheap build almost a year ago just to get into pc gaming. I’m already upgrading so it’s like I ended up wasting money tbh
Kevin Colt
Kevin Colt - 4 दिन पहले
if u build a computer with parts present on the sweet spot price/perfomance nowadays, you wont need any upgrades for a decade or even more, so its pointless to build a budget computer if its gonna last u forever without the need of upgrades.
Beanieman - 4 दिन पहले
The QVL of your mobo is also worth mentioning. I have made that mistake before, cost me $160.
Estray One
Estray One - 4 दिन पहले
this is actually super usefull
Maximilian - 4 दिन पहले
Just buy a used pc for $250-$350 and stick a 2070 in it.
Done and Done. You don't need to know more.
Also, this video was not well though through.
Mifos - 4 दिन पहले
I am cpu bottlenecked with my Vega 64 and Ryzen 2600 in world of Warcraft. Should I get a i7 8700k or Ryzen 3700x? They are around same price.
Lord Swaggity
Lord Swaggity - 4 दिन पहले
I'll bottleneck your life. Ryzen in my opinion. WAIT for the new ryzen reviews to come out. See how it compares to the intel options for same price. Then decide.
Dakota Jones
Dakota Jones - 4 दिन पहले
I'll save you some time. The answer is yes.
Andrzej Barcic
Andrzej Barcic - 4 दिन पहले
one second is my 900 euro build with a asrock legend of steel and a RX580 8GB OC and 16gb trident ram and a coolermastermaster box RGB and ryzen 5 2600X is that a budget buid P.S water cooling
Maximilian - 4 दिन पहले
Too expensive, way way way too expensive. You could get 16gb + mobo + cpu for €125 that matches yours.
adam seekell
adam seekell - 5 दिन पहले
should mention the pci-e ssd's
Traincraft101 - 5 दिन पहले
Is this a good motherboard for the Ryzen 5 2600?
Hodl Shark
Hodl Shark - 5 दिन पहले
The camera wobble made me feel like i was on a boat '?
Julien Desrosiers
Julien Desrosiers - 5 दिन पहले
My next build is
CPU: AMD - Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7 GHz 8-Core
CPU cooler: Deepcool - NEPTWIN WHITE 74.34 CFM
MOBO: Asus - Prime X470-Pro ATX AM4
Storage: Samsung - 860 Evo 1 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive
Samsung - 970 Evo 500 GB M.2-2280
RAM: Corsair - Vengeance LPX 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3200
GPU: Gigabyte - GeForce RTX 2080 8 GB GAMING OC WHITE
PSU: SeaSonic - PRIME SNOWSILENT 750 W 80+ Titanium Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
Case: ThermalTake View 71 TG Snow edition
Got any advice for me before i buy all of the parts?
Иван Храмов
Иван Храмов - 3 दिन पहले
Julien Desrosiers my advice would be to make some research besides youtube comments for a build of this price, if it isn't done yet :)
Julien Desrosiers
Julien Desrosiers - 5 दिन पहले
I got a nice budget build for you, tell me if you like it ;)
Mobo: Asus M5A97 LE R2.0: paid 80$can
CPU: FX 8320 overclocked at 4ghz: paid 50$can
Ram: Kingston Hyper X 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 1600 MHz Blue [HX316C10FK2/8]: paid 20$can
Ballistix Sport 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz: paid 40$can
CPU cooler: Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED [RR-212L-16PR-R1]: paid 30$can
SSD: Kingston a400 120Gb: paid 20$can
HDD: Seagate barracuda 1Tb: paid 45$can
WD black caviar 500Gb: paid 20$can
PSU: ThermalTake Smart Series 700W: paid 60$can
GPU Asus ROG STRIX 1660ti 6Gb: paid 400$can
Case: Fractal Design Focus G white: paid 65$can
Fans: 4X BitFenix Spectre Xtreme 120mm white led: paid 40$can
Harmen Liefhebber
Harmen Liefhebber - 3 दिन पहले
1660ti terrible price/performance ratio. Bulldozer is still relevant, but stuck on an old platform. Getting a Ryzen 3 for the same money is just better for the future. I love AMD bulldozer, it's an underrated platform that stood the test of time while not being as bad as people made it out to be, but it's the right moment to swap to Ryzen now. The CPU's, boards and RAM are really well priced atm.
Chrisje CB
Chrisje CB - 5 दिन पहले
please send me a good gaming pc
Qly_HD - 5 दिन पहले
i love these kinds of videos that straight to the point
Cookie Mite
Cookie Mite - 5 दिन पहले
well rip man, i got an A320M
fuck my life man, i cant even upgrade to zen 3 or zen 4 in the future without replacing my mobo
Matthew Scicluna
Matthew Scicluna - 6 दिन पहले
I put my pc in a cardboard box :3
BrickTheCycle - 6 दिन पहले
All I wanted to do was build a PC that can handle recording Gameplay/streaming and music/voice over. Turns out it’s way more complicated that I thought... I don’t know what to do
Shawn Clanton
Shawn Clanton - 6 दिन पहले
Really love watching your videos for the average person who loves to game, but could use an experts input to getting the best bang for your buck. So thank you for thinking about us.
andola jackson
andola jackson - 6 दिन पहले
I saw the intel 6 nvme ssd 1tb for 99$ at microcenter. Pretty nuts. to think sata ssds are fast, when a low-mid range m2 ssd goes 1800mb/s. Pretty nuts to think one day zen 2 laptops are going to have higher end igpu performance than current. With gen4 nvme support for up to 5gb/s ssds. In Ultrabook formats...….just around the corner. That can play 100+fps cs go on low(e sports settings) or league or dota 2 on low...….again in an ultrabook format while also having 5gb/s ssd speeds for editing etc users. Office settings. With the growing adaptations of PCI 3.0-4.0 it will cause most older gen 3.0 options to be sold so cheap, making now the time if ever for anyone with pci m2 sata support to get one for either their laptop or their older gen builds that still have m2 slots unused. It is like going from 7200rpm to sata ssd. Using nvme. Its really making laptops more viable. Or the true "budget pc" option that you can still sell a year later for a better return IMO.
ClassicGaming - 6 दिन पहले
Jay please do a video on the longevity and effectiveness of cheap processors vs mid and high end. Graphics cards would maybe be a better video. I’d like to see if maybe buying a cheaper cpu/gpu ends up being more expensive in the long run because you’re upgrading so frequently.
TOOFAST - 6 दिन पहले
can you guys please help me build my pc my parents cant afford it
Rasan Saman
Rasan Saman - 6 दिन पहले
Should i buy b450 tamahawk or wait for the new x570-p??
Ruben Adema
Ruben Adema - 5 दिन पहले
X570 boards are going to be really expensive
XEØN 18 - 6 दिन पहले
i am waiting for the Ryzen 7 3700
Waryam sidhu
Waryam sidhu - 6 दिन पहले
I would be more than happy if you give me one of your shelves🤩🤩🤩🤩
AyZoid - 7 दिन पहले
I went cheap as possible ended up buying another mobo and new ram anyways
Walter Legere
Walter Legere - 7 दिन पहले
You may have made a video on this subject already but it would really be nice to know more about getting the most out of a desktop wifi configuration and how to increase upload and download speeds on internal wifi cards and such. The difference between 2G and 5G and how to change the router settings to get better signals. Perhaps compare hardware, what's good, what's not. The only solutions I see available are crappy chines made cards that probably don't run at their advertised speeds. It would be nice to have some options.
Magna XAN
Magna XAN - 8 दिन पहले
I did the exact thing you explained i shouldn't have done, I bought what i could on the day, and spent the next 4 months buying new parts, i've probably wasted about 900 dollars because of part's i couldn't sell or parts i sold for less than half of what i spent on them just to get some money back
Steve White
Steve White - 8 दिन पहले
I built this budget gaming PC for my son a few weeks ago in Australia. Our computer prices here are INSANELY expensive compared to the USA!
CPU AMD4 Ryzen 5 2600X
CPU Cooler Hyper 212 Black Edition
RAM GSkill AEGIS 3000Mhz DDR4
AsRock X470 Master/SLI
Video Card Zotac GeForce GTX1660ti 6GB
Power Supply OCZ 650W ZT Series
Samsung EVO 860 1TB
Samsung EVO 860 500GB
WD Black HDD 7200 1TB
Thermaltake Pure Plus 12 Addressable RGB case fans
Phantek RGB LED strip
Thomas Rones
Thomas Rones - 8 दिन पहले
Haven't watched the video yet, but I've spent about $800 on VM's in the last 6 months and now I have nothing to show for it :( yes budget builds are worth it.
V3NTURE - 9 दिन पहले
This video has helped me decide on my build more than any other video I’ve watched! Straight to the point
Luke Trotter
Luke Trotter - 9 दिन पहले
Brandon Dickerson
Brandon Dickerson - 9 दिन पहले
Jay, please do the cardboard box case it sounds fantastic
Unlimited Scripture
Unlimited Scripture - 9 दिन पहले
The cheapest most powerful build:(Ive played battlefront 2 and anthem and gta v with max):
EBAY CPU: LGA 1156 3.6Mhz 20$ processor
EBAY GPU: RX 580 4GB 75$ RX580 8GB 109$
EBAY Motherboard: Msi Ms-7586 P55-sd50 Motherboard Socket Lga 1156 Ddr3 Intel P55 55$
EBAY HD: 120GB Kingston 19$ x2
EBAY Ram: DDR3 Hynix 1333MHz 6$
GD Monitor: Goodwill Pixel monitor(LOL)...I use virtual resolution and vsync. and max ultra on all games i played.
no overheating perfect gameplay.
DDR3 is the same fast as DDR4. DDR4 just has more module density capacity. so 8GB of DDR3 1600MHZ same fast as DDR4 1600MHZ.

Note for VR Gamers:
the LGA 1156 socket cant handle VR. Even if you have i5-i7. VR requires: i5-4590(intel)-AM1(AMD) 2013+ Tech. Everything else is compatible( assuming you get motherboard with new cpu).
obed4hunters - 9 दिन पहले
Hey can you do a nzxt bld startup pc pls
Chris Rodriguez
Chris Rodriguez - 9 दिन पहले
I bought a 1070ti used on eBay from an r9 390 and I think it was a great buy. But I definitely wish I could of got a 2080 or 1080ti ://
Patrick Lavoie
Patrick Lavoie - 9 दिन पहले
Used is the way to go. I built a cheap mid range I5 3570k, 16GB, GTX970 for less than $600, runs any "modern game" at 1080p on high settings, I could even run VR if I wanted. Don't be fooled into buying all the latest tech, PC games are not keeping up with the hardware. The only game right now that used RTX technology is Battlefield...
Joe Estrada
Joe Estrada - 9 दिन पहले
rohan ahmad
rohan ahmad - 10 दिन पहले
This guy’s workshop has more pc gaming items than my local pc store
Kavarod - 10 दिन पहले
Airdrifting - 10 दिन पहले
8700K won't be able to hold its all core turbo speed in that $50 motherboard
Jon L
Jon L - 10 दिन पहले
You always build your PC for cannot build a PC for the future. We do not know what the future of hardware will be, future proofing is a fallacy.
Zenata - 10 दिन पहले
12:30 Had to do exactly that because the case that was shipped with everything else I ordered was damaged, so I had to wait to get a replacement. Gamed on the mobo box for a few days LOL
Th3J0t4 - 10 दिन पहले
A monitor for 500$ is everything but affordable (at least for me, in Portugal)
MrGenjo - 10 दिन पहले
Th3J0t4 definitely not affordable lol
MiggyMigz Gaming
MiggyMigz Gaming - 10 दिन पहले
I cant play some awesome games!!!
Why: Dont have GPU
Its impossible to have my own GPU
etc Petroulakas
etc Petroulakas - 10 दिन पहले
By budget build i can already tell how budget it is, don't worry just about 1 or 2 grand.
Hanafyz FT
Hanafyz FT - 10 दिन पहले
Jay you really are amazing at what you do!
Beau Guthery
Beau Guthery - 11 दिन पहले
I did $555 build years and years and years ago and it still runs perfect and is just now seeing trouble if I want to run modern games (but I don’t play those anyway). Money well spent if I’m honest.
N C - 11 दिन पहले
5 years ago I built an M5A99FX PRO R2.0, 8320 with a r9 290. 1 year ago, I regretted not getting an i5 or 7.
Bobitza aka NoobulPlictisit
Bobitza aka NoobulPlictisit - 11 दिन पहले
Will an i7 8700k - GTX 1660 ti combo still stand up good in 2-3 years?
Tuberbyte - 11 दिन पहले
Hell yeah man it’s a great combo, I have a ryzen 5 2600 and an rx 580 and it’s gonna hold up for at least 3-4 years
Kwan Lowe
Kwan Lowe - 11 दिन पहले
Informative video! Thank you...I'm not a gamer but do typically use what would be considered a budget gaming build. Most recent one is based on a Ryzen 2700X, Nvidia 2080 (not the TI), and loads of RAM. Typical workload is visualization and other software development and testing (e.g., lots of virtual machine, Docker containers, etc.). One thing I don't scrimp on is the power supply. Back when I used regular hard drives, not SSDs, cheap PSUs seemed to correlate highly with failed hard drives. Now I'm pushing multiple GPUs, 64G RAM, multiple SSDs, fans, wifi NIC, USB controllers, etc.. PSUs are most efficient at a certain load, so I always spec it to be inside that load window.
Kallist Nemain
Kallist Nemain - 11 दिन पहले
Ho about a "How to optimize" series focused on the various tweaks and setting changes for specific games. For example, how to get The Division 2 to not eat your network.
SHONUFF - 11 दिन पहले
I always build for the future and usually skip 1 or 2 generations with minor upgrades along the way. I work in the IT field as well. But my everyday PC is still a HEDT model socket 2011 V1 which I've upgraded the video card for. It's still a very fast computer 8 years later. Six core 32GB ram, 2x GTX 1070s. I have a friend who built a computer at the same time but did not choose the HEDT line and went with a standard 1155 socket set up and his computer is still much slower then mine today. So I tend to buy pretty high end stuff when I upgrade and upgrade far less often with only minor upgrades along the way. I also run another LGA 2011 set up as a kodi server with a hardware raid 5 for my media.

Also my router is a i5 1151 set up with pfsense 8gb ram and an 250gb ssd with 10GBE lan. Badass router.
Gristle Von Raben
Gristle Von Raben - 12 दिन पहले
thank you
Chris Bartels
Chris Bartels - 12 दिन पहले
Do a cardboard box build please that would be so awesome
Is the 1060 still a reliable option?trying to not spend more then like 100-150 on a gpu
ElijahYikes - 11 दिन पहले
OPERATION BLACKOUT y such high cpu and cheap gpu? R u gaming? If ur gaming just get a Ryzen 5 2600 and a rtx 2060
ElijahYikes I’m thinking an i7 8700K used but I’m not trying to go over 200 so I’ll have to bargain
ElijahYikes - 12 दिन पहले
What cpu?
ElijahYikes - 12 दिन पहले
Recommend the rx 580, better performance and cheaper than the 1060 👍 And if u have a bit extra get the 1660
sjow - 12 दिन पहले
Ryan Roybal
Ryan Roybal - 12 दिन पहले
That cardboard box idea is fire.
Chris NoBrainz
Chris NoBrainz - 12 दिन पहले
what about psu? ive watched many videos and im really confused....
i Floatie
i Floatie - 12 दिन पहले
Hey, i’m an aspiring Streamer/ Gaming content creator and soon i will be looking to switch from console playstation 4 to an PC set up, Any tips in particular?
driftmaster206 - 11 दिन पहले
i Floatie dont cheap out on the PSU.
Paolo Pabalinas
Paolo Pabalinas - 12 दिन पहले
But.. it's what I'm worth. It's all I can afford.
Reverse Studios
Reverse Studios - 12 दिन पहले
Paolo Pabalinas easy. Sell yourself on eBay then you can build it at home. That's what i did
MeRk Jaws
MeRk Jaws - 13 दिन पहले
Get a second hand 970 😀😁
lopwidth - 13 दिन पहले
If you are on a budget to begin with, from experience, dont plan on upgrading, ever. Get the best cpu and "bang for the buck" gfx you can now, and buy 2x the ram you think is enough.. you always regret only having 2gb - 4gb - 8gb.. now get 16gb. Dont get a cheap ssd or hdd. Get premium storage solution and psu, you DONT want a psu or hdd die on you in 1-2years. Save on the motherboard, but within reason. Buy reputable, but even high end boards will die in time. Never plan on upgrading cpu in that same board.
Expertise: buying "gaming" pcs since 2001
neverritt - 13 दिन पहले
how much dedotated wam do I need to server
Jon Mckeown
Jon Mckeown - 10 दिन पहले
I've served her with 200 Wham's. Did the job.