38 months ago
This is the list I have, please tell me if third is good and if I should upgrade anything.
You need a hard drive, the 240GB SSD should go quickly. I recommend 1tb.
Okay, any good brands you recommend?
yeah, seagate barracuda 1gb is really good, especially for $48
Thanks, this is probably the one I'll use.
ok thanks for the replies!
Get 4GBx2 RAM. Dual channel is better.
Any brands you would recommend that would be compatible with my motherboard?
hyper x fury ddr4 is good
I think the extra money for the 6GB SC version of the EVGA 1060 is worth it
its more future-proof and also i've seen a reviewer on youtube saying the 6GB SC model has a better cooling, though i do not
know if its true.
For the most part, the 6gb only improves the performance by a couple fps. I understand that it is more furtherproof, but I'll probably be making upgrades to this PC, so I'm not really worried about that too much. Thanks for the help though, I appreciate it.
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Thanks! Do you think that the i3 6100 should be sufficient for gaming with a decent fps?
Okay cool. Is the i5 worth it for $100+ more, or should the i3 not be a deal breaker with games like call of duty, Overwatch, and csgo?
the i5 is worth it, but it really depends on your monitor too, what do you have?
Thanks so much for all your help, I really appreciate it. I'll probably contact you in the future when I need more help as well. Your list will probably be my final parts list, but I might add/ upgrade a few parts.
what is anti aliasing?