Cheap build for entry level gaming with room to upgrade
800W Power Supply
4gb Graphics Card
18 GB RAM 2X8GB Sticks
Triton Double Radiator Water cooling
250GB External Hard drive(Aquired)
Why the GPU, it is WORSE than the integrated graphics on the CPU.
Lol are you doing Dual GPUs between APU and GPU?
I have no idea why but I just died at that.
Lol wtf? It actually exists but I don't remember if it was between that APU and hd 6450 or if it was with the hd 5450
Hello hmmm I have a radeon 512mb hd 5470 and I cant even play bf4 at minimum settings with 0% resolution scaling without -20fps and stuttering so I am just warning you but otherwise that's a really cool build.
You should check out the one I made, it's the same price but the graphics card is great, can run most games max settings.
Your power supply costs roughly the same as your CPU cooler... How do you justify that choice?
Most people don't check power supplies that well- friend is currently biting that bullet.
No system damage but it'll randomly shut down; we have it pinned on the PSU. CX430, used.
Sarcastic response: This is why I went for the CX430M in my first build. way better than the non-m.
It does have (slightly)better reviews for a reason lol
I use a CX 750 and it works fine.
Semi modular / rated.
Why does the Motherboard look different than the one you said you purchased and the one in the picture?
GPU: Gives you free eye cancer.
CPU: No, just no.
Meh on terms of pricing of RAM.
Made virtually same choice for storage space.
Windows is Windows, some love it, some hate it.
Here is my list similar to the price of this build: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/aeden25/saved/PzkNnQ