USB can't house a egpu steup. The only other way is express card or pcie
I have been looking to do something like that .I was hoping of getting a CPU like this so I could spend more on a GPU. Is this any good?
I'm proud of you son
Lol I had the same laptop but it had 6 gb of ram. Lasted me around the same time with a fan of a jet engine. I made the mistake of getting this with an a10 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0158XJGJ4/ref=psdc_565108_t1_B00YR6BMOQ
6 months in and it gets hot on "Ice Cool" palm rest and crashes 6/10 times, and glitches on a daily level, plus performance is slow going down. *One of the blue screens i got http://imgur.com/nqNWaWG.
I wish i got a pc instead
The i3 is perfectly fine, and it can also handle cards up to the 380x/960/380
Your build is sold and will perform great in the games you play
I'm would like to ask if you have the time to wait for like the RX 480 because it will come out on the end of June. For $200 from AMD's website. It would beat the 960 and the newer version (For the gtx 1000 series, the gtx 1060 but it hasn't been announced ) will not come out for a couple mouths now.
When you made it, did you see any green light anywhere?
Great budget build +1
True with Zen coming out by August, it would be better to still have that DDR4 Ram, or Upgrade to a i5.
HE means the game the test were on. If a game has horrible support for an AMD Card, it would be biased, even if it was 3-5 frames. Don't even get me started on the different variants of different cards. Also, the 370 does perforce better.
OK, Thank you
The reason I when with the Z chip set http://overclocking.guide/download/asrock-z170-pro4-non-k-oc-bios/
And one of my friends got it to OC.
what about adding the r9 380x
you are so right, i was look a benchmarks, and with a i3-6100, it kills both fx-6300 and fx-8320 with my GPU, a r9 380x
Some How in Multi-threaded performance, the i3-6100 does a little bit better
If you don't to pay the price of a ssd or the slowness of a hdd get a hybrid.