Hello everyone :)
My current computer is pretty much the first one I ever bought - it's prebuilt, old & slow.
That is why I decided to spend a few of my saved up coins on a new one.
As said, I only had a prebuilt computer until now. That is the part in which I need advice - build it myself or buy a prebuilt one?
After searching the internet a little, I found that usually these prebuilt ones you can buy are worse than self-built's at a higher price.
I don't really have any money to waste which is why I'd wish to know:
Buy the parts and build the computer with guidance of online-tutorials or be on the pretty safe side and buy a prebuilt one - which then again has less performance?
I've been wondering about this for a while but couldn't figure out what would be best.
After even more internet-searches I stumbled upon the site "pcpartpicker" and put a little something together: http://pcpartpicker.com/user/Trollo/saved/48aG
My questions about this one: What should I change? (without making the price higher - that one I threw together pretty much hit my limit already)
Do the motherboard & processor work together? When reading through the net I found that 3rd / 4th generation parts won't work along eachother.
The motherboard & CPU there are both 4th gen. I think - couldn't find anything 100% exact on it though.
and also: Are all these parts compatible in general? I'm not too certain whether if I should blindly trust the site or not ^_^
Looking forward to your responses! ;)
Edited by Trollo, 22 March 2014 - 08:01 AM.