I sell this similar system for around $400 - $425 with new parts. You are looking at maybe listing around $350 with used parts if it looks nice and clean. Otherwise you are around $300 for used parts, I priced it out on Ebay, based upon sold prices:
PCPartPicker Part List
I would say you are in the $600 -$700 range. I just built this almost exact system, except I put a RX 580 in stead of the 1050, and a 1tb HDD instead of the 500GB HD, and it's brand new and am selling for $600.
Offering the exact same service, but with a smile.........for free.
This unit sells for $500, which would be around a 15% markup. I get my deals at Microcenter, so am able to make my profit in the sales I find.
To me it looks like you are sitting around $350.
The title should read "$320".
You are mostly correct on all points, however, he asked for a build for a budget, and I did not take the time to put specific parts in, I just used filters to make it quick. I gave an example of a build he could go with, he doesn't have to use the exact parts, just what an example of a good build would be. No need to get salty brah.
The Ryzen 7 1700X is at Microcenter for $129.99 right now, and you get $30 off a Motherboard combo as well.
This build should start at $450. People pay for upgrade paths, and this just doesn't have it.
Lol, says the guy trying to sell it. @kodysdgko, this is around $250, maybe a bit more if it's really nice and clean and has win 10 activated.
Good price on this whole PC setup. G'luck on your sale!
I'll be honest, you might be closer to the $200-$250 range for those parts if you are including shipping.
Good looking out, but this gigabyte board doesn't have that issue.
I use that orientation as you can hide the 4 pin cable easier.
I'd suggest the Ryzen 5 1600 over the 2400G if you aren't going to be using the AGPU aspect. Or shoot for the Ryzen 5 2600 if budget allows.
Everything else looks fine and should work.
I just got the case, looks nice.
Yeah, I wasn't able to pick up the dual channel this time. I typically try to every time, however just wasn't an option on this build for me. If a buyer wants to spend another $38, we can make it happen!
Here is sort of a standard build with para filters that I recommend for games like CSGO at 100+ frames.
How about this?
Probably around $550 - $600
I'm all good with his post above making his recommendations on dual channel ram and more disk space, I'm not ok with him calling me out by name and saying don't buy my build. "issues" is a relative term as well, the system will work and do what he wants for the budget he wants.
There is nothing wrong with my build bro. No need to knock it just because you think you might need more storage. Disk space is very easy to add into a build. I could easily swap the 8gb stick out for 2 4gb sticks if he wanted, it's just what I had on hand for this build.
Compare your picture #3 to my picture #1. I'm talking about the cables inside the case.
Daughter's RGB Build
That cable management though :(
Are you connecting through HDMI? You have to use HDMI on the 2400G to post video.
Here is a build that would work for you:
I've got this new build I just built. If you pay shipping, I'll sell it for $500. All parts bought from Microcenter / Newegg / Amazon. Windows 10 license included, forgot to add that in.
Please don't buy a gaming video card if you are going to be working with architecture software. Buy something like a Quadro and enjoy the increased rendering those workhorses can do. Something like a P1000 would be a good start here
Not a good deal in my opinion. You can build a brand new system like a Ryzen 5 1600 + rx 580 with a M.2 drive for less than $500. I would offer maybe $200 on a system like that. All old parts, outdated, no upgrade path.
I built the whole thing for $188.22. I'll put together a part list and DM you.
Bah, then I'll get yelled at again.
Oh boy, you gonna get yelled at.
There are a large number of factors here, such as what website you are using to benchmark your speeds, where is the server located, what other devices are running on your network, do you also have TV included on your internet, is your PC downloading updates in the background etc.
I have google fiber which is 1 gig internet, and the majority of the time I only get around 600mb/s down and 900mb/s up. That's because the internet is also pushing 4 TVs and multiple wireless devices.
No, he's saying the link you provided was from your profile and not the actual pcpart link to post so we can see it on the forums. Only you can view the link you provided from your user account.
I'm selling similar builds to this with just an air cooler instead of the AIO for around $475 USD right now. Same ryzen 5 1600 / b450 MB combo, rx 580 video card etc. I only put in a SSD for now, no HDD's as I tell clients to add storage as needed. I do use at least a 550W 80+ Bronze power supply in my builds, and usually opt for 8GB of DDR4 3000 memory.
With your upgrades you might be looking near the $550 - $600 USD range.
Oh, sorry, I missed that reading your post. Below with speakers / lower price ram to fit the need:
Here is a i9 / 2080 ti build that has a 4k monitor at $2.5k
I've not had any problems with them at all. Been using their boards in my flip pcs from Microcenter and never had a single problem. The one time I've contacted their support, they responded within about 24 hours and had the answer to my problem right away.
How's this for a starter build with plenty room for growth?
Maybe try this?
Save a little money and build a really nice starter build with room for upgrades:
Need monitor, keyboard, mouse?
pull the PSU, GPU, Case, SSD out, throw in a rx 580 off ebay, a 120gb SSD from newegg, and a cheap case with a window and PSU shroud, flip it for about $500, and use the parts you pulled out in a new build.
Ouch, you over spent a bit on that build if you want to resell. There are a few different levels people try to buy in, 1 being in the $400 - $500 range, which is a budget build, something typically like a ryzen 5 1600 with a rx 580 in it, once you go higher than that build, people typically expect an AIO cooler and maybe an intel build like an i5-9600k build. These are usually right at $1000. After that you are looking at ryzen 7 or i7 builds with an RTX card somewhere in the $1500 range.
I think it will be a really tough sell no matter where you sell it in my opinion.
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Seems like a cheap price for a WQHD 1ms 144hz gsync monitor. I question that cheap of a price. Someone will get a great monitor.
I think if someone offered $200, I'd probably ship it out to them.
found a PSU off FB marketplace for $25 that I just picked up, but I'll need another one for another build here shortly. If I don't pick one up, this sounds like a fair deal and will buy from you in about a week.
purchased two of these already at $10 a pop off facebook marketplace.