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paolomix09's Completed Build: First Custom PC! (i3 Skylake)

TacitalRaccoon 1 point 36 months ago

+1 but good god invest in a bigger desk overall great

TacitalRaccoon's Build Guide: Complete 1080p Setup For Just Over $1000 - Does Not Include Desk And Chair :)

TacitalRaccoon submitter 1 point 36 months ago

thats also a very compeling build +1

TacitalRaccoon's Build Guide: Complete 1080p Setup For Just Over $1000 - Does Not Include Desk And Chair :)

TacitalRaccoon submitter 1 point 36 months ago

you could also spend a little more on the CPU and throw in an i3 6100, but again its all up to you

TacitalRaccoon's Build Guide: Complete 1080p Setup For Just Over $1000 - Does Not Include Desk And Chair :)

TacitalRaccoon submitter 1 point 36 months ago

i understand your concerns but when it comes to gaming headsets they all suck you can get better for less in the end it is better to buy something like the Superluxe or Senheiser 429 and buy a Snowball or Modmic 4, plus i personally dont want to cheap out on a mouse either as the mouse contributes to your overall game experience, but thats your own decision but yeah the keyboard is a little overkilll but if you bite the bullet on it it should last you a good 3-4 years, but thanks for feedback

SeaGuardiian's Completed Build: First Build Aug/Sept 15'

TacitalRaccoon 1 point 37 months ago

i would invest into a good mouse maybe a keyboard too but this is good, hoping too build my first soon.

Forum Topic "My VERY FIRST gaming pc Build"

TacitalRaccoon 2 points 38 months ago

Cant go wrong with a EVGA PSU if you need an explanation whats good in a PSU LinusTechTips did a couple videos on YT explaining how many watts you would need and the difference between modular and non modular.

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