Who needs rgb in a crisp clean beauty like that! +1
Haha similar to a build I did last year https://pcpartpicker.com/list/637NYr how do you like your performance? Mine took a little tweaking in the bios to get it to where I want to be. Along with adjusting the settings for the kraken so it would keep it at temps I'm comfortable with. Good first build for you though, hope you get to enjoy the crap out of it!!
That being said I think all they really wanted to voice in the end is that in a budget situation where making your penny count the AMD GPUs are viable options, they do perform rather well and I would personally recommend looking into them if your "no AMD" isn't a set in stone opinion. I personally have had bad AMD experiences but have also had bad experiences elsewhere so my recommendation is always to look at all information you can and if you decide anything I can accept that! :) hope your building experience is fun and you enjoy your end product!
Nothing wrong with that. At the end of the day if you are building your pc you have to live with it so you should go with what you want. If you don't want AMD you don't, if you don't want nvidia well that's fine to. Sometimes people just get a little riled because they forget things aren't personal when someone decides they want something and they let it show a little that they are frustrated in their words.
No added opinions necessary here, nice build option!
Haha I thought I was the only one who built one for my gf ( now fiancé) to play games like ESO WOW and such lol
Even the used ones I'm finding on sites I personally would use as last resort are listed over $100
Don't know if I can find a 1366 socket at that $ I'll try
Is https://pcpartpicker.com/product/3LNp99/intel-cpu-bx80601950 the cpu
I would go the 8gb route due to the fact that even though it's only a small jump for some things it is more likely to be better in the long run for you
Most recent rig I put together used the white of that case, loved it! Be sure you take your time and lay out your cables before you get to build crazy. The CPU power 4+4 and the connections along the bottom will need to either be placed before you insert the mobo or be careful when working them through the holes in the case (can be a tiny bit tight in those 2 spots) but I do love the case and was easy enough to do!
That would be pretty!!!
Only part of that build I don't like is the deep cool but they scare me since I had a friend get a defective one, just glad he didn't have me build it or my guarantee woulda have made me replace anything warranties didn't cover haha. (But from what I've read that isnt common)
And this is why I like this site!!
Or did you want full budget like PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
You left budget space for https://pcpartpicker.com/product/d8rcCJ/xfx-radeon-rx-480-8gb-xxx-oc-video-card-rx-480m8bfa6 nice build!
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Do you need an OS or any peripherals
Efficiency Is another factor
That's probably close to where I'd end up if I made a part list and since i didn't see b4 your post no point in me trying to add to it when only thing I might change is the CPU cooler (even though the one you put is my personal preference)
For non oc
I would personally get the rig where I wanted it first, a decent flat screen hd tv and wired mouse / keyboard can hold you over till you have a better budget. But that is just me.
Not super cheap but not as pricey either, are what I bought for my fiancés rig
Personal peripheral options are PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
But I recommend you go a little cheaper with like reddragon or such
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/qp66m8 Was my original but it was close to the other post so I gave you a slightly different option in case you wanted to see a similar but different option especially since you mentioned an sdd PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Same but different PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Darn it very similar build haha you posted when I was going through mine PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Noctua does really good with fans but for the most part I would look through reviews on any case fan before I buy and look at the specs for how loud rpm and weather or not it is the right size for the case specs (120mm 140mm)
I might recommend he go with a mobo like https://pcpartpicker.com/product/7VZ2FT/asus-prime-z270-a-atx-lga1151-motherboard-prime-z270-a to open the sli option for him if he doesn't want to simply have to sell the card and switch to crossfire AMD later on if upgrading (doesn't have to be that one in specific just an example)
Very well could be for airflow purposes if the room is already going to raise that ambient temperature
If you don't want to OC (since someone posted a decent OC build) PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
So with what you said there would you rather just go recommended or go above to get to the 1500 with future potential for more stuff and upgrades? Also are you wanting a mid tower or a micro atx ( comfortable building in small space)
No problem that's what PCPP is for we learn from each other in this community based off experiences we've all had building. Some day I just hope you can share yours with others!!
I remember when dayz was an arma 2 mod (was part of CIA gaming community and we played that a lot and PR) anywho if no one beats me to a build I'll see what I can throw together
That's what I was wanting to know from the original post, looks like some others got back to this and gave you workstation builds that would rock so no need for me to be here
Now that is a professional working pc imo nice build
Well I am a little confused with that one there.... glad I wasn't the one who needed to voice what was potentially harmful budget choices.
Yup that's why I put in the parentheses before the build list
Whoops meant for Kabby haha fixed I +1 you thanks for the catch on my oversight
Possibly this(rgb fans for green splash) PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Maybe this for the 700 range? Lol PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
A possible close to the 500 with some possible upgrade potential in the future ( you can also go with the pentium CPU to shave $ if needed.) PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-2920787/beginner-guide-overclocking-cpu.html From here you should be able to get to other information as well that should help
CPU mostly, yes GPU and ram can be overclocked but I don't overclock ridiculous amounts like some because too much of an OC can be detrimental and im not a pro at it so I just take my time and OC in small increments.
This one has more upgrade potential and overclock ability. though its only 8 ram and no SSD, but SSDs aren't necessary to start, SSDs are very nice to have, we can work the budget around from here if you want to fit one in PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
" pick number three me lord" sorry shrek reference there haha!