About five months ago or so I had a friend offer to budget and build me a PC. He was an "expert" and I trusted his judgement. Bad move.
Total cost was about 800-900€, and so far, I haven't been able to play any kind of graphicly intensive game whatsoever: I manage to run it beautifully, until it starts crashing every now and then. In some, I managed to stall it by forcibly closing the MOM process, but the game (Far Cry 3) then ran at a much lower quality and framerate, but, gladly, without crashing. I've had this issue with every game that hasn't Prison Architect- level graphics.
It's probably something about the GPU, that, after some digging around, I found to be pretty unreliable in general, with my problems being quite common among users. I've tried all the solutions offered: roll back to previous drivers, installed the newest ones, uninstalled them properly, formatted the whole system three times...
But, just in case, I'm not going to trust my friend anymore, and I'd love if you guys told me what else is wrong with my build, and offered some suggestions about replacement parts (also, if it's not much to ask, a reliable and reasonably powerful GPU that I won't have to sell my liver to pay for.)