Description

Used for daily needs as well as software for drawing and analysis. While for game, only the Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 and Civilization V.

With a specification that is currently all goes well, there is no issue.

Of course it still needs to be upgraded, especially on the processor and graphics card. I plan to upgrade the processor and graphics card, the plan I choose core processor i7-3770K and GTX 660Ti graphics card.

Comments

  • 82 months ago
  • 4 points

This build makes a lot more sense than people think.

The P67 is a Sandy Bridge chipset, as such I'd recommend an upgrade to a Sandy i7 instead of an Ivy since your mobo only supports gen 2 PCIe slots. The P67 also allows overclocking and Sandy's OC better anyways.

Lastly, the P67 does not support integrated graphics, that's why he needs a discrete GPU. The GTX 660 ti is not a bad choice, but there might be better alternatives depending on the price.

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  • 82 months ago
  • 1 point

Kinda pricy to call this a budget system. What do you intend to use it for?

  • 82 months ago
  • 1 point

only to run graphical applications and analysis, such as AutoCad and Abaqus

  • 82 months ago
  • 1 point

Gotcha. Makes more sense now. Good luck on the upgrades.

  • 82 months ago
  • 1 point

This is a confusing build.

  • 82 months ago
  • 2 points

perhaps because there are some parts that I upgraded of the first condition, just processor and graphics card yet.

  • 82 months ago
  • 1 point

I'm digging the all white high gloss plastic Case, not in a future space way more like a Medical Grade.

  • 82 months ago
  • 0 points

So, what did you build this PC for? Just for browsing the internet?

Or do you plan on upgrading soon to play games?

  • 82 months ago
  • 1 point

yea, I will upgrade. core i3-2100 to Core i7-3770K and GTS 450 to GTX 660Ti what do you think?

  • 82 months ago
  • 2 points

Well, if you're doing demanding tasks such as video editing then, if you have the money, go for that i7... But if you want to play games, the most you'll need is an i5.

The Graphics card you've chosen is a good buy, too. Though, on a budget a 7870 xt is better value for money.

  • 82 months ago
  • 0 points

At first I thought it was a PC primarily for browsing, but then I saw no SSD. I mean, if you want a PC that's primarily for browsing, then go with an SSD, since you won't be using as much storage, and you'll get the faster boot times + expandability. Also, if this was a baseline, you shouldn't have bought a discreet GPU. And the processor just makes me sad. You could have gotten an FX-6300 for +10$, and it'd be gaming ready if you wanted to make the necessary upgrade(s). This build is just kind of lopsided as is, because a browsing build should be at most like 400-500$, and a gaming build for 1150 just looks way better.

  • 82 months ago
  • 1 point

yes, you are right. SSDs need to improve performance, but when I built this PC a year ago, no SSD, about the price can not be based on the prices listed, because the price is actually not the case.

  • 82 months ago
  • -1 points

I dont see how you could have spent $1100 on a build with parts you'd see in a $600 build?

  • 82 months ago
  • 2 points

the listed price not fully right

  • 82 months ago
  • -1 points

still, the parts are pretty bad...

  • 82 months ago
  • -1 points

Yeah, my build I literally JUST order is a 600$ build and mine is around the same stats, but less ****** up.

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  • 82 months ago
  • 3 points

Or he could've used a time machine and gone into the future, seen your post, bought everything off of newegg, and go back in time and build his pc.

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  • 82 months ago
  • 1 point

pc was built one year ago, precisely August 2012 and I will upgrade