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Killerpenguin's Completed Build: Phoenix (First Build)

Killerpenguin submitter 1 Build 1 point 18 days ago

Nice! And yeah definitely upgrade the RAM when you can :)

Killerpenguin's Completed Build: Phoenix (First Build)

Killerpenguin submitter 1 Build 1 point 8 months ago

Yep!

Killerpenguin's Completed Build: Phoenix (First Build)

Killerpenguin submitter 1 Build 1 point 22 months ago

I'd probably get a 580 for better overclocking, that's about it. I don't really worry about graphics settings in games anymore and I don't mind playing high/very high instead of ultra in super demanding games, and my CPU is more than enough for photo/video editing and CPU-intensive games. So yeah, I wouldn't change much!

Killerpenguin's Completed Build: Phoenix (First Build)

Killerpenguin submitter 1 Build 3 points 24 months ago

Probably the rx 580 that just came out, because it can overclock better and it's around the same budget. Or a GTX 1070/the vega equivalent when it comes out. Honestly I can run all my games on whatever settings I want with my RX 480 and it's smooth and beautiful so I can't complain.

Killerpenguin's Completed Build: Phoenix (First Build)

Killerpenguin submitter 1 Build 1 point 24 months ago

The cables for my PSU are sleeved so they were really thick, I didn't think much about cable management before I started my build so it was a bit of a pain to deal with those cables after. My case in particular has little space in the back for cable management, presumably due to the form factor.

Killerpenguin's Completed Build: Phoenix (First Build)

Killerpenguin submitter 1 Build 1 point 25 months ago

Thanks! Cable management didn't take too long thankfully :)

Caples's Completed Build: get - Reasonable no-budget build.

Killerpenguin 1 Build 1 point 34 months ago

War. War never changes.

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