2 months ago
So I am aiming for 1080p 60 FPS for gaming, but If I can go above that, more than happy. I play a lot of triple-A titles, don't stream, don't do video editing, etc. This is for gaming and just browsing the internet and doing college homework. my budget was $1000 but I have gone past it and I am okay with a tad over because I was trying to leave room for upgradability., but I was trying to see if there is a way to bring it down a tad and possibly not hurt the computer performance in the process? Prices that are manually changed is because I am getting them from Walmart and I happen to work there and we get a 10% discount on anything we buy usually and that was the final prices after the discount.
I know I could save a tad bit of money if I drop to the Ryzen 7 2700x and cheaper mobo or Ryzen 5 2600 and cheaper mobo but how much of a performance impact am I taking? I am trying to at least make this computer last a solid year or so, so I can save up serious cash and upgrade big time. Finally, if going with the cheaper route for different CPU and mobo combo, how are wifi adapters? Are there any somewhat cheap but pretty solid ones out there? I was looking to Overclock my GPU maybe CPU depending on what I bought. so I was wondering is a 550W PSU enough juice for OC as well? I know a lot of monitors don't come with built-in speakers, so what is a good recommendation for speakers?
Edit: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SH7DHBS/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A3I4AWSRYPMYF0&psc=1 Does this seem like a good deal for a PSU? But not sure... Thank you!