10 months ago
I am looking to build a desktop computer for accounting, book keeping, and browsing the web. I would like it to be fast and efficient.
I would go a slightly different way.
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Ryzen 5 APU, so you don't need a graphics card.
This build is going to be very overkill for your needs. You could buy a PC for your needs and run fast fr about 500 dollars-ish. But since you have a higher budget, here you go!!! :)
Included a option CPU cooler and WIFI card the cooler is 24 bucks at newegg.
Hi, do you have any specific requirements other than capability to perform the tasks you mention? Such as wireless capability, size of case, quietness of pc, aesthetics, number of USB ports, potential future usage requirements, storage capacity? Also, do you need a monitor or any other peripherals, such as keyboard, mouse etc? Finally do you need an operating system included?
I appreciate it is a lot of questions, however these tease out specifics to ensure we offer you the best bang for your budget, rather than throwing systems at you to consider.
At least 6 usb ports, on the quiet side, wireless capable, yes i will need an OS, medium sized case. Any other questions?
That's enough questions, thanks for the reply.
How does this look then?
looks good would you change anything?
could you explain the warnings?
The motherboard was released around the time that the 2400g was released so the bios should be ready. For absolute certainty ask the vendor if the motherboard is ryzen 2000 series ready, should be a sticker on the box they can check to confirm. Regarding the m.2 slot SSD two SATA ports will be disconnected. As long as you use SATA 1 socket on the motherboard and do not aspire to add 3+ HDDs then you will be fine.
I went with the Ryzen 3 2200G so you'll be able to get good CPU performance and some decent graphics as well. A large SSD will ensure fast boot times and responsiveness. Also, fast RAM in the computer will benefit the ryzen a lot.