61 months ago
So originally i was going with 650 but im kinda tight on money right now so can you guys help me decrease the price on this http://pcpartpicker.com/p/tP7RMp thanks i appreciate it
Is there any reason you are getting that mobo if you are on a budget?? you might aswell get a better cpu or a better gpu.
idk my friend said it was good. im a new at building computers.
could you suggest a cheaper alternative?
First of all dont get that ssd, if you are on budget ssd will only help with loading times. And ith 600$ you are really cutting it short for a gaming pc, in my opinion that is. You could try and amd apu build and when you get the money you could get a gpu
ok thanks for the advice
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/7DCdt6 here you go hopefully you like it
thats a pretty good build build, although for 600$ you might want to go for one of amd fx 4 or 6 cores, that you can overclocl when you get an aftermarker cpu cooler in the future. OP what pc do you have right now? can you reuse any parts and can u wait and get more money?
Well you see if he plans on upgrading in the future the upgrade path from i3-15-17 with the lga 1150 socket is easier than the AMD FX route.
I guess, its just really not my thing to spend this little money on a pc, although i like good graphics, and i do photoshop and autocad and thats why i3 wont really cut it for me))
Well I agree with you He should wait however He doesn't want to ANd it is not bad For what he wants to do
that litle kid thing when they cant wait)), and then they are dissapointed((
correct me if i am wrong but wouldnt i need more than 2 cores for gaming
Need= NO. Recommended yes. atleast if you want to future proof yourself. All games now run on dual cores. In the future maybe not
could you check out this build?
Doesn't look too shabby.
do you have any corrections that you could make?