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lewis1682
  • 72 months ago

This is my first gaming build, I don't need a power supply for it because I have one, I was thinking I could upgrade it later on, what do you guys think, any improvements or ways to save money?

http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/lewis1682/saved/kKRzK8

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  • 72 months ago
  • 1 point

Looks good but I would get a better monitor. Monitors don't change nearly as fast as things like processors, so if you get a good one you'll probably be happy with it for a good 5 years at least. Although, you could get the lousy one, and then get a nice one later and have a reasonable dual monitor setup in the future.

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