hey im new to pc building and i want to build a gaming pc that runs all games like gta Butterfield Etc and runs games at 1080
my budget 1000
i dont need any keyboard , moue etc
I would love to make you a list!
Your budget is $1,000 but do you need any peripherals? (OS, Mouse, Keyboard, Monitor, etc.)
no i dont need any and thank you
Here's my suggestion: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/XjJvyc
If you have any questions regarding how to build a PC or why I chose the parts I did please feel free to ask me :P
thats my old build
I would not suggest that build at all. If you would like me to explain why I personally would not go with that build and or why the parts are bad please feel free to ask.
why can you explain please
In your build you have an unlocked CPU with NO AFTER MARKET CPU COOLER. How do you expect to OC?
CX PSU's are terrible for your PC and will kill your system
You don't need RAM clocked that high
so which one should i get
what should i get
motherboard MSI Z170A PC MATE ATX LGA1151 Motherboard
True but I'm just not into skylake that much and so what if the GPU is over killl :D
my last build any advice
Would you like it to be color coordinated or anything like that?
I5 with a 390 and a big psu to fit future crossfire.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
But in all honesty the previous build is overkill for 1080p
This is a much less expensive build and will still run most titles at 1080p 60fps
i got the nzxt s340
So you don't need a case? If so just subtract the amount the case I chose would cost.
i already order everything it coming on Friday
Whose list did you use then?
Absolutely terrible build I am sorry to say.
Can u help me then
what u think
MSI Z170A PC MATE ATX LGA1151 Motherboard
What not possible
a 550 wat psu just stop
The CS is a pretty bad psu for the system listed above, no offense meant to you, for 1000 dollars you definitely need a higher end psu like corsair HX and above Evga P2 and G2, seasonic those kinds of psus and if it doesnt fit in the budget remove some more expensive parts and downgrade them, better to have a good and secure system with less performance then one that could ruin your whole system
it should the least thing you should do think ahead since the user wants hes build to be up gradable with changing core stuff cpu/mobo/gpu but cheap
next hes gona toss that psu away and regret not buying 750/650.