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1080p budget gaming pc

by Uchiha1989

Description

I originally wanted to spend 450 (although is a 500+ build excluding OS and monitor)for my first build but as I kept researching the parts I decided to spend a little more on the graphics card first choice was the EVGA GTX 750 TI but I chose the Radeon MSI R7 370 4GB instead, the results are very satisfying so far the game that I've been playing more often is Dying Light all settings maxed and its very smooth no problems so far I get around 40 to 50 fps most of the time hope this helps anyone!And im pretty sure this is not the best combination of parts but I build it myself and I'm no full time gamer so suggestions or comments help thanks.

Part Reviews

CPU

Solid cpu if you're on a budget.

CPU Cooler

If you're gonna be overclocking then this a "will do the job" cpu cooler.

Memory

This are great ram sticks I got 16 2X8GB for $29.99 best bang for buck if you ask me.

Storage

I have just entered the realm of pc so 1 TB is nought for me

Video Card

Send to work like butter so far no issues with it hope it continues this way.

Comments Sorted by:

cilvre 6 Builds 3 points 37 months ago

you have your build posted twice, i would remove one of them.

goebs86 1 point 37 months ago

why do you have that fan hanging there like that? if you have adequate case fans that is most likely disrupting airflow resulting in worse cooling for your gpu which I am guessing is why you have in there in the first place.

alexshoofs 1 Build 1 point 37 months ago

I have the 860k and the 750ti and I would say the 370 is a bit more powerful

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