Description

This is my current PC. Please comment on stuff I should change or comment what you think about my pc cuz im curious.

Log in to rate comments or to post a comment.

Comments

  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

Seems like a solid budget rig. I had used the i5-8600K for video editing/exporting. It worked really well for gaming also, so I recommend it as a future upgrade. If you’re stuck for cash Amazon has this unadvertised PC part product page that is for products lets people use a payment plan (5 payments over 5 months) without needing credit approval or anything. I used it to get an 2070 and it was well worth it at only ~$94/month. Something to consider.

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

I Might try that as well, I want a good rig but broke AF. Can only just afford a Xbox One after years of saving :( the sad life of a 14 year old boy.

  • 4 months ago
  • 2 points

you got yourself a solid core to a build. I will admit some of the prices confuse me (like a 3tb hard drive for 155.27, was that purchased a long time ago?) and the choice of a custom cpu cooler like the crorig c7 on a locked chip (especially since that cpu cooler can be a bit pricey) You have a good gaming pc dont get me wrong you don't have any "bad" parts its just some of the pricing confuses me. Now there is no rush on this but the part that you will probably want to focus on first is the cpu since 4 threads for some games can be a bit short (such as mhw my friend noticed a big difference going from an i5-2500 to an i7-2600) but if it does what you need it to do for games leave it. its good enough

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

I will consider upgrading the CPU, cuz I indeed notice some games could perform way better with more cores/ at the time of buying this pc the drive was 75 euros, pretty weird it's 155 now lol

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

that price makes a lot more sense. that 155 probably means its out of stock and some off the wall site is selling it at a markup that they never updated. The rest of the parts are fine. Even then if the reason you would switch the cpu is because the frame rate could be higher is the wrong reason, only do it if games are stuttering.

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

aaaah ok, I notice some stuttering in some games.. what CPU would you recommend if I were to upgrade?

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

go for one with the same socket, then you wont need a new MB as well. if it is mostly fine then Kaby-Lake or Coffee-Lake I5 CPUs. if there is constant stuttering then idk if it has the socket, but try a Kaby-Lake or Coffee-Lake I7.

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

here is the problem with that. i get why you wouldn't want to switch motherboards, but a used i5-8400 is 160 dollars. thats the same as a ryzen 5-1600 and a b450 motherboard (if you get them used). It depends on your priority. if you want to go cheap as possible for the next upgrade id go r5-1600 and cheapest b450 motherboard. if you want it to be easy an i5-8400 second hand is 150 bucks. Otherwise for now close background task and run it till the prices go down

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

It's a great budget friendly build

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

I might get this for myself, if thats Okay. I would make a few changes tho

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

sure, what would you change?

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Just for the games i play an I3 wouldn't be powerful enough, i'd get constant lag spikes :(. I cantremember but i think your Motherboard was missing wireless connectivity so No bluetooth, i think. definatley add a CPU Cooler and get 2tb hdd and 250gb ssd to save money there. and add peripherals? (idk how to spell). so actually i would change a lot.