- 53 months ago
I posted on here mid last year asking for some basic knowledge on a build, After listening to some of you I bottled it, Yup.. I just went and brought a pre-built rig after being scared off by the idea of "will this work with that, isn't that overkill" blah blah.. Anyways I guess I paid the price and learnt my lesson..
CORE I5 4460 3.2GHZ QUAD CORE CPU
ASROCK H81M HDS M-ATX USB 3.0 SATA3 S/V/L MOTHERBOARD
8GB DDR3 RAM
SEAGATE SERIAL 1TB HARD DRIVE
AEROCOOL 600W 80+ BRONZE PSU
ZALMAN Z1 CASE
XFX AMD RADEON R7 370 GRAPHICS CARD
HKC 22" MONITOR (Upgraded to a BenQ XL2411Z/144HZ)
WINDOWS 10 (Really do not like this)
SUMVISION NEMISIS LED KEYBOARD AND MOUSE SET. (Upgraded to Steel Series mouse and a mechanical keyboard)
I believe some parts may be missing from this list but it's nothing special just something I could afford at the time.
-What I'd like to do now (Budget? Whatever.. I'll be buying the parts weekly/monthly until I have them all)
I want to build a PC that will easily last me the next few years of PC Gaming. I had the idea of making something which had the processing power ram and all the others notches already there just waiting for me to wack in a big graphics card. I know these kind of projects can get quite pricey hence why I'll be buying the parts here and there when I can.
If possible or manageable I'll be recycling some of the parts from my current build to keep me going. I'll still use my steel series mouse, mechanical keyboard and the BenQ XL2411Z.
Not sure which operating system is best these days, however I'm not much of a fan of windows 10 but if it's worth it I'll stick with it.
I'll be using this mainly for gaming, maybe I'll want to take a dip into video editting.
I'm from the England so I guess getting the parts shouldn't be a problem.
I hope this makes sense and I'm excited for some feedback, thanks for your time!