I know I meant around $500 maximum $100 over budget to work with, all peripherals are not needed nor is a monitor or an OS just the base PC. Hope this helps.
Why the i5? Also I don't want an ssd
Mainly the gpu change part? I think I'm going to stick with the 970 but I'm not sure
Do you agree with the rest of the build?
Where I am putting my computer prevents me from using Ethernet
I forgot to change the WD, my bad
Also, does the wifi adapter really make a difference, is that why you said to get a cheap one?
http://pcpartpicker.com/p/dTRC7P Is this more of what you think I should get? If price was not an option which video card would you get the 970 or the 390
Could you build a pc possibly for $900-$1000 with a 16:9 monitor that can play something like fallout 4 60 fps 1080p? It would help a lot if is even possible!
You could also take the OS from a separate computer and allocate more to your gpu
I was just going to go with the original, i haven't heard of most of the parts in Allan's build
I was thinking that the second build was a bit lower end of a video card, will it run something like fallout 4 60 fps? And possibly stream as well? These are my main goals with this build and i want to make sure i get the best build for it
I am looking for the maximum performance i can get for the price, is overclocking also an option without busting the budget with cooling?
If you have a better build you think would be more suitable, id love to see it, again I'm on the newer side of things so I'm not totally sure what i need to be looking for
I think I'm going to switch out the motherboard, for DDR3 support but otherwise, thanks for helping me with my build :)
Would an i5 support streaming a game like fallout 4? And i may want to upgrade the processor, does the mother board support i7?