need a gaming pc thatll last 5+ with games on high at least want a i5 8400 other than that anything please help thanks trying to stay between $1000 and $1200
This one is good.
do you think the 1080 1070 and 1060 are worth the price difference will i really see a difference im not ocing
Whats with all the downvotes on this thread?
Anyways, this list has a very good CPU and GPU, you could probably make it a 1080ti or wait for 2070 or 2080 as well. Really good cpu cooler.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
No graphics card?
RTX 2070 is a GPU
I didnt see it since it wasn't blue lol. Looked right over it, my bad.
read the 2070 isnt really worth it, dont plan on oc
How is it not worth it? Benchmarks haven't even been released so how would you know?
link please, gotta see those benchmarks
good thing my comment got deleted by staff, seems fair...
I hope this helps u its a small multi purpose mining / gaming dual task desktop with Pentium and u can change it to i5
I added a 12tb option but u can but the option 18$ harddrive
gpu is always important and enjoy .
thanks but to small for gaming pc ill like
ill make updates to blow ur mind
for gaming? it doesnt look like enough memory
i was thinking this or a https://pcpartpicker.com/list/FTJFbX
I MADE IT BETTER CHECK
THE NEW UPDATE IS LESS THAN 900 BUT ITS AMZING EVERY GAME WORKS
why a m2 ssd instead of a regular one? and i want to stay away from water cool
m2 just for the speed. You don't need an M2, really whatever works, but it was a similar price to other 250Gb SSDs so that's the one I picked. And you wouldnt have to liquid cool, like the SSD I just put that on there because the price range has a lot of similar performing air coolers. It is interchangeable for sure. You could do the m9i or even probably H7.
i was thinking this or a https://pcpartpicker.com/list/FTJFbX https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Hp2qP3
how about these?
You could do the second one, swap the power supply to a 550W, and get a 1070 or 1070 ti. whichever your budget would permit. That case is nice, but one thing to consider is style to performance ratio. If you want a good looking build then that case is great, if you want performance then sacrifice the case for a better graphics card. Also the 212 evo is a dated cooler and im pretty sure the cryorig h7 is basically the same price for much better performance.
Brother, maybe put it all in one comment instead of 3 next time. Water cooling the 8400 isn't necessary but there was money left over so i threw the extra couple bucks at a good water cooler. It gives OP the option of comfortably upgrading his CPU in the future if he wishes, though there are plenty of other good air cooling solutions. Regardless that was dealt with already so it's not even worth bringing up. The Tesseract is dated, but it's also cheap and comes with 2 fans and extra fan hubs. It's a great value case. M.2 is a form factor, you are correct. Sometimes I forget that not all M.2 are NVMe. Nothing that I put on the list was wrong, but it could have been tidied up a bit for sure.