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Fire Wing 1.0

by FireBirdRISK


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Date Published

Aug. 3, 2014

Date Built

Aug. 1, 2014

CPU Clock Rate

3.8 GHz


I built this machine because I needed something that was somewhat inexpensive but could still run all my games as well as having enough storage to hold all of my photoshop and video editing projects.

CPU: I chose this because a friend said that he had one and it worked really well and it was also cheaper than and Intel Pentium or i3.

Motherboard: I chose this because it was a pretty cheap motherboard that still had everything I needed and more RAM slots to upgrade in the future.

RAM: It's 8 gigs, DDR3, and it was free. What more can I say?

Storage: It has 2TB of storage so plenty of room for all of my games and its a good brand.

Graphics Card: It was free.

Fractal Design Define R4: Easily one of my favorite cases, it's super quiet and super easy to work in.

Optical Drive: It does its job.

Windows 8.1 Pro: I like this OS and like to Graphics Card it was free.

Monitor: I'm still waiting for this piece to be shipped to me so I'll tell you what I think then.

Wireless Network Adapter: It's fast and nice and small so you can barely see it.

Power Supply: It's from a good brand, it has enough watts, and it was free.

Free Parts: All of these were gifts from my Uncle from his old builds and they were a huge help.


Graphics Card: This is the first thing I'm going to upgrade and I'll probably get a Radeon R7 265 or an R9 270X.

CPU & Motherboard: I want to get an FX 8350 with an FM3 socket Motherboard.

RAM: I'll add another 8 gigs.

As soon as my monitor gets here I'll do the benchmarks and GPU Core Clock.


Comments Sorted by:

Weak1ings 1 Build 7 points 55 months ago

I think it would have been better to wait and afford a better GPU... or mow 2 lawns. However, free parts are always the best value :)

ShekkelStein 2 points 13 months ago

Pretty garbage gpu.

ShekkelStein 2 points 13 months ago

Also the bottleneck you get from these two is massive the cpu is far too strong for your gpu going with an apu would have been a cheaper and better option and a10-7850k can cost you seven dollars while being a better cpu and gpu at the same time

bladethedemon 1 point 12 months ago

Bra your talking about a 4 year old pc at this point and the a10 would have just came out so are your prices updated or at the time of release?

ShekkelStein 1 point 12 months ago

It really depends on where you buy it via time of release

Nathan_Fitz 1 point 10 months ago

claps BOI i have a 350 dollar upgrade that most anyone could afford to your COUGH COUGH potato COUGH COUGH* eh emm... sorry. underpowered computer. here is the PC part picker link. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/ztGMCb and Happy Trails!

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