I'm only 11 and I've built mine! If I can, you should be able to build one too.
Are you really back? :D
GPU Boss is unbelievably biased towards nivida,don't listen to them. The 390 is way better than the 970.
Dude... please don't comment if you don't have anything to say...
It's featured right now. :P
Have you ever left a useful comment?
i5-4590 easily beats the FX-6300. Can't wait to see the finished product!
P.S: I'd recommend waiting until you finish the build, then post it. If you have any questions, I'd recommend asking them on the forums. Good luck!
mATX boards are usually cheaper than their ATX counterparts.
All that being said though, Awesome build!
Whats wrong with Picture # 3 and 5?
Do you not understand who tiny_voices is?
He is the PC Part Picker PSU expert.
Thanks! The stock bios worked perfectly! I later updated the bios on mine because I was bored.
Ah, if that's so, I don't see anything wrong with this case if you add a intake fan.
Awesome build! I'm not going to nag you about the PSU, but what is that red cable stretching over the CPU?
Definitely a +1, We don't see enough cool budget builds here.
Awesome build! You play TF2? It's my favorite game!
Glad to be of assistance!
I'd do it with your hardware friend! It's really not that hard at all. Also, the GPU manufacturers are always selling games bundled with them.
Hello! I've tweaked your build; http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/p/zzCbMp This one is about $100 cheaper, without sacrificing performance. This computer will easily crush any new games at max settings. The changes I made were: Cheaper motherboard (still a great board though!), Different ram (exactly the same as before, but cheaper.), Cheaper SSD (I have this SSD and it works flawlessly.), Cheaper video card, (still a 970 but with the awesome EVGA cooler.), and a better quality power supply (albeit slightly more expensive). These changes lower the cost significantly, without sacrificing power! These are the things I'm wondering; Do you need a Optical Drive? Most games these days are digital download. I personally don't know much about Nivida Shield, but it might be better to buy a monitor if you can afford one. If you want to buy a monitor I can recommend a excellent one: The Acer GN246HL It has an excellent 144hz refresh rate, and a 1 millisecond response time, perfect for gaming.
I hope you like it!
How's the Pepsi working for you?
I actually ended up building a very different computer. Thanks for the help though!
Maybe he's mounting it from the side? Either way I do sense witchcraft...
Thanks! I'll definitely look into that!
Whats the best 600W budget PSU you can recommend? I'm looking to replace the one in my current build.
I think you be better of with 2 sticks of 8GB ram in dual channel.
Is that not enough power?
This one is better than the one I previously reccomended: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/4gZMWZ
Yeah, I'll add that
Yep, bought it then realized what I did when it was too late :(
I think the monitor was some special deal with my computer, i'm not sure.
I was going to put a 380 in but I just wanted to create a better version of his.
Try this one:
you can OC on it, better perfomance, and quality.
Also, i'm not an expert in this but I don't think you need a z97 motherboard for a locked CPU
Also the included PSU in the case isn't very good
You could get a 3.5 inch 1TB drive for $50.
Is there any reason for 20GB of ram?
I know, found out just how bad it was right after I purchased it :( don't worry though, my room is well air conditioned and it will be the first thing to replace. Thanks though!
Also, cable management was a nightmare until I managed to cram the 24 pin behind the motherboard tray.
Got it on sale at Micro Center for only $160!
Yeah, thanks though!
I wish I had spare parts sitting around like you... XD Nice build man!
Nice! How do you like the 950?
I think this might be the right I/O shield... and it ships from Germany!