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I make and sell computers as a hobby, as does everyone now a days, and so my aim is budget computers or computers under $850. I wanted to capture the ability to play at 1080p with high framerate to those who can't afford lets say a 2060 super in a $900-1200 pc.

I opted for the RX 570 8GB over a GTX 1650/1660 TI due to pricing and preformance. I personally feel the 570 with 8gb can without a doubt preform better than a 1650, and the 1660 TI and 1660 cards being priced over $200 atm wouldn't work for the budget I was aiming for. The card worked very well however, due to its size, the optical drive cage had to be removed from the case in order for the extra power cables to be connected to it.

The case had to be my favorite case that I have worked with so far out of my 8+ total builds. (Rookie Numbers I Know). I am very terrible at cable management but this case has so many options it is ridiculous. Getting a clean look out of this case is easy as pie. The LEDs are very nice on the case fans and keep all my internals at low temps even during high load.

Speaking of which my cpu which is a very older gen at 1200 instead of the 2200 or 3200, was also due to pricing reasons. I overclocked the cpu to 3.7 on all cores, while still maintaining under 60 degrees Celsius on idle using the stock cooler which was great.

Above all the quad-channel/dual - channel whatever it is ram helped by far with gluing it all together. Of course this pc has a lot of room to grow but for the price it's absolutely stunning. I would've not sold it and kept it for myself if I hadn't already had a $1600 monster.

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  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

This is practically identical to the build I want. Except less ram and storage. The CPU and GPU are the same. Do you test the PCs in games before selling them? If you do, may I ask what your FPS is in games?

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

PUBG on High got between 70-90 I would say average, some areas it reached around 117. League way over 110, CSGO got 240 sometimes higher sometimes lower dependent on map.

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

Awesome! So basically this build can easily get 60 FPS on any game if the settings are tweaked?

  • 3 months ago
  • 1 point

Yes, and actually I toned down the cpu's overclock to 3.4 ghz instead of 3.7 when I got those benchmarks. It is capable of 3.7 but it runs a little hot so if you did I would invest in maybe a $70 like coolermaster AIO cooler.