My first build. CAD/ Gaming PC
I had a low budget.
Some parts will be upgraded like the motherboard; the gpu; and the psu, and i will also add a h100i.
Part choice could have been balanced more, but your cable management is excellent.
the reason it's unbalanced is because some parts will stay but other parts won't
I look forward to seeing the finished product :)
Cable management = perfection
I did the same buying the 7770 in hopes of upgrading shortly after But turns out the 7770 delivered all my gaming needs , so the 7770 stays .
I would remove the monitor from the list , just adds to the total to a budget build . If it was a build designed for 3d multi monitor or a huge 27 and up then it would be understandable to list .
A 89$ OS always over inflates the price too .
I'm seriously thinking of a free OS for my next builds .
Your finished product will look nice .+1
+1 just for your choice of case. It's lovely.
Could've balanced the build out a tiny bit more... But overall looks really nice! Also Naruto Reference OP XD!!!
P.S. Another anime I like is Attack On Titan
Thanks. and yes attack on titan is really good. It keeps getting better and better everytime.
has this mobo been stable with the cpu
yes it is but you will need a bios update
how? i make building PC gaming for first time so i need to know how to bios update?
I have FX 8350, Asrock 960GM/U3S3 FX
Why people are downvoting this:
1. FX 8350 is just an OC'd version of FX 8350. You could have saved $40 and used that money on an ATX mobo.
2. "y u get 1x8gog ram". This isn't actually a real scare, 2x4 just gives a dual channel advantage.
* 3. Micro ATX board. These are just not good for gaming. Read point #1 for further information.
I'm not being a critic or anything. But just be careful next time.
sorry i didnt follow this... "1. FX 8350 is just an OC'd version of FX 8350." ?
FX 8320. Bloody me.
People are downvoting because he could've had something like this for the same price after MIR's.
It's not that it's a terrible build, but after taking off the monitor and OS, it looks like the build price was ~$650USD, with nearly half spent on a CPU and SSD.
I had a low budget while eeping in mind that i will have more moneyin the near future.
I will upgrade most of the parts in in the next 2 months expect the cpu, the ssd, and the case.
I will add a H100i, a 840 pro, another motherboard, a 770, and a better psu