Description

This was a much needed build. My old PC an E machine, enough said. So I finally wanted to build a new PC to do programming and light gaming, MineCraft and StarCraft. I went all from Newegg and Best Buy because the monitors were $90 for each and I was going there anyways. I know the GPU I could have got a bit better of one but I had the money at the time at Best Buy and I actually spent $129.99. It went on sale 2 days after I bought it. But I love it I can play StarCraft 2 on Ultra settings and that's good for me. The MoBo was bought from Newegg as was everything else. The SSD is not in the pics because I got it at a later date. I plan to buy a new MoBo, WITH USB 3.0 later and maybe another CPU and give the old ones to a friend. At the end of it all I was under budget. Minus tax of course

Comments

  • 70 months ago
  • 2 points

Swap out that PSU ASAP. Raidmax PSUs are known for failing.

But other than that, it's a good build.

  • 70 months ago
  • 1 point

I will be swapping out quite a few parts over the next year or so. Basically making another PC but it will work for now. lol

  • 70 months ago
  • 1 point

Why does that right monitor look so washed out ?

  • 70 months ago
  • 1 point

im not sure about that i have adjusted settings and everything on it. It looks better now. I use it as a secondary monitor

  • 70 months ago
  • 1 point

Decent build, but I would have gone with a different GPU.

The Radeon 7850 preforms enormantly better than the 650 and is actually a recommended part for Battle Field 4. And it comes in at about 40$ more.

The R7 260x is less superior to the 7850, but it's a great value coming with two free games that if you sold the coupon codes. can end up the card being around 80$.

You've probably heard this option, but the HD 7770 is a great choice for budget builds, for it being identically priced with the 650 yet, it being a better value, giving it it's title the "Entry level" choice.

Feel free to look up the benchmarks. They may surprise you for Budget-Cards. Thanks for reading and sorry for the Cheesy formatting. Good day to you sir =)

  • 69 months ago
  • 1 point

minecraft is keeping the pc desktop industry up! hehe. very nice pics indeed! :)