My first build, this is a pic from before it was actually complete.
HDD I used in the build.
Your A-Data RAM is currently listed at £321.70 (that's $489.20 USD), which is a timely reminder why you should remember to update your genuine "purchased" prices :)
Oh guys, i didn't go with this HDD I went with another one and I forgot.
Thanks for the feedback guys! To be honest, I didn't even build this for myself, but I did enjoy doing so, I hope to be building and posting another one sometime soon.
I see where you're coming from, but I personally recommend 8 gigs as I and several others do lots of multitasking taking up to 6 gigs at one time.
Pretty solid $500 PC, I only think you should've gone with a 650 Ti since you can get them for less than $120. Nice work though.
Sorry, I was off by $10.
Better then some other rigs I saw here for 500$
I probably would have shoved in a 650 Ti had I not been half asleep and wasn't being a personal AMD fan who didn't realize until afterwards it even existed, but I cannot say i am disappointed. Thanks for all the feedback guys!
Also a word of note for everyone, don't buy this case unless you are on a tight budget, flimsy and I cut my finger on it, the mobo hardly fit too.
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Ah sorry, I looked for that and didn't see it, thanks for the tip.
Probably should have gone with the 7770 over the 650 but nice build none the less.
Could you say why? Your comment means nothing if you don't give a reason, and I'm sure people passing by this thread would enjoy seeing an actual reason rather than some completely random and hollow statement.
Sorry meant 7770 not 7750. The 7770 crushes the 650.
Could you please provide a specific source for that?
It really crushes the 650 in Bioshock
It makes the difference between playable and unplayable in Far Cry 3
It absolutely dominates the 650 in Starcraft 2
They both do horrible with TressFX on in Tomb Raider but the 7770 pulls ahead significantly with TressFX off
At that price, the 4100 seems like a great bang for the buck processor! Pretty sweet little budget build.
Give me a link right now, I would kill for a HDD like that at such a price.
I couldn't find what he was talking about but I found this: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/western-digital-internal-hard-drive-wd5000aaks
I'm never buying another WD HDD after the external 2tb gave out not 2 weeks after buying it, bad experience, WD is cheap but I guess you get what you pay for.