Description

Been using an AMD Sempron Single Core PC for almost 6 years, suffering almost every second, when trying to type a document or even enter on the Facebook, back in the days, it was good, but, since almost every application and websites became heavier, Single Core PC's have no place in the market. I wanted a PC, where i could use it without stress, watch my Animes, type my documents, and of course, play Games. After much time searching the best parts to use in this build, and try to not waist much money, Since almost every part you see listed here, i pay at least, 3 times more, an i5 here costs almost the same as a i7 5820K, for real LOL. Well, i've enjoyed, i really like this PC, so da** fast for everything, but unfortunelly, i expect more, i don't blame the Hardware i've used, i blame my Country to ask too much for everything, i'll explain why. After enjoy much playing and experience this amazing PC, i wanted to Record my Gameplays and start Streaming. So, XSplit Gamecaster, said i need more robust CPU to do it. And it really proves when i tried to record at 1080P, the CPU Struggles and went 100% Usage, and after that, everything starts Crashing. So, i've decided that i'll be saving up, and working now for more 1 year, and use it to buy a X99 or Skylake Ultimate Build, i can say, i have no words for this Amazing Master Race World. And i'm so addicted that i want Moar Powaaarrr xD.

Part Reviews

CPU

Good for Gaming, excellent for a Gaming and Everyday usage, no need overclock for that :)

Motherboard

Great Motheboard, nice looking, great features, and also supports Crossfire for a future Upgrade.

Storage

Best SSD in terms of Price x Performance, really doest what it promissed to do, Reads and Write are almost the same as listed on Samsung Site.

Video Card

Great GPU, handle almost, every 1080P games, on High to Ultra. The only bad thing of this GPU, it's the amount of VRAM.

Case

Cheap, futurist look, great Cable Managment, makes the PC really badass, the only bad thing about this Case, it's that doesn't have a Native 2.5' SSD Bay.

Power Supply

Nothing much to say about this PSU, but sometimes, i experienced some system Crashes due to the Peak Wattage being 430W and not continuous Wattage.

Monitor

Expensive Monitor, doesn't have an excelent Image Quality as it should, but, PLS technollogy, and nice looking, good on almost every Desk.

Comments

  • 52 months ago
  • 2 points

CLEAN

  • 52 months ago
  • 1 point

Weird thing about your PSU there: You're coming nowhere near it's max output of 430W and even if it's peak is 430W and it likes to sit at, say, 340W you're still coming nowhere near that. Nonetheless it's not a great PSU for anything but basic builds and I recommend that the next time you do a GPU upgrade :)

  • 52 months ago
  • 1 point

I own a Gigabyte R9 270X and I believe its recommended by the manufacturer to at least use a 500W PSU.

  • 52 months ago
  • 1 point

They do that so you don't buy a 200W PSU made of butter and pretzels. You're fine on a 350W PSU on this build provided that you have a decent quality unit.

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  • 52 months ago
  • 2 points

80-82% effeciency of maximum power (430w) so 430 x 82% = 352.6w effeciency

That's.... not how it works?

That efficiency rating is how much extra it needs to convert AC to DC. So if it's continuous then it will always output 430w however it will draw 516w (Using 80% as a flat rate obviously this will vary when efficiency changes) then convert that AC to DC power to use for the computer. The wattage that isn't used is dissipated heat. This why higher efficiency power supplies can save money on your power bill (what little it can anyway)

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  • 52 months ago
  • 1 point

It's all Good :)

Have a good day/night!

  • 52 months ago
  • 1 point

The second point is wrong and right at the same time xD Effiency works like... well here is a guide I wrote on LinusTechTips: http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/423141-80-plus-efficiency-and-what-it-really-means/#entry5681974 But it is true that most PSUs can't always deliver their rated wattage! Some have peaks and some are continuous which does matter.

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  • 52 months ago
  • 1 point

That's the crazy part about it, once you enter in the Master Race, you just can't out lol. Rip Social Life/Girlfriend/Family :X

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