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#1 SLIPPS

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Posted 03 December 2017 - 09:40 AM

Good day fellow computer enthusiasts, I am new to computer builds, and I am planning on building my first Gaming Computer and have gotten advice from some colleagues on what to buy. This is what they said:

CPU:
AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.20-3.60Ghz 6-Core Processor

GPU:
Gigabyte RX580 8GB

Motherboard:
MSI 350M Bazooka

RAM:
DDR4 KINGSTON 16GB 2400 hyper-x

HDD:
Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB WD10EZEX

PSU:
Seasonic S12II 520W 80PLUS Bronze

CASE:
Tecware F3 Mini Tower Gaming Case usb3.0

What's best for this build? My budget is $1000, do I get my money's worth? Can it run games like CSGO, Witcher, Crysis maybe?

Thank you!

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Posted 04 December 2017 - 04:27 AM

Hi,

 

Ohh that's great.

 

I have found one good article for you related to gaming laptops: https://bestpriceon.in/byte/laptops-specifications-features-price/

 

Just check it once, I think it will help you get some more ideas about the gaming laptop configurations.



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Posted 04 December 2017 - 05:41 AM

That desktop looks pretty OK to me.



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Posted 04 December 2017 - 08:43 AM

Make sure you include the cost of your OS when figuring out a budget.

 

If you're looking for moderate upgrades, I would suggest adding an SSD for performance and overall snappiness, using the WD Blue as file storage.



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Posted 04 December 2017 - 10:54 PM

Good setup, never heard of that case though.

Where are you located?

Not asking of a home address but what part of the world are you in?


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#6 SLIPPS

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Posted 05 December 2017 - 04:55 AM

Hi,

 

Ohh that's great.

 

I have found one good article for you related to gaming laptops: https://bestpriceon.in/byte/laptops-specifications-features-price/

 

Just check it once, I think it will help you get some more ideas about the gaming laptop configurations.

 

Thank you for the suggestion, and I'll surely use this if ever I get my self a laptop config., right now I'm working my desktop build. 

 

Make sure you include the cost of your OS when figuring out a budget.

 

If you're looking for moderate upgrades, I would suggest adding an SSD for performance and overall snappiness, using the WD Blue as file storage.

 

What would the SSD do that the WD can't? Other than it's smaller space for faster bootups, etc. (Just asking since I'm unsure what each can benefit)

 

Good setup, never heard of that case though.

Where are you located?

Not asking of a home address but what part of the world are you in?

 

The case is pretty good, fits my set up and compatible with the parts I have. 

I can be found in the Philippines, Southeast Asia so it's different from the Western countries PC's and pricing. 



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Posted 05 December 2017 - 08:52 AM

Thats cool then.

In any case good setup, its a good system for gaming and even content creation.

The Ryzen 5 1600 is a well balanced processor, the Gigabyte RX580 is a great GPU (though hopefully you  found one for its MSRP) and the rest looks great.

How much is the Gigabyte RX580? want to make sure its going to be good for your budget, cryptomining really made those cards skyrocket so want to make sure you will get a good deal.


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#8 RecursiveNerd

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Posted 05 December 2017 - 09:49 AM

 

Hi,

 

Ohh that's great.

 

I have found one good article for you related to gaming laptops: https://bestpriceon.in/byte/laptops-specifications-features-price/

 

Just check it once, I think it will help you get some more ideas about the gaming laptop configurations.

 

Thank you for the suggestion, and I'll surely use this if ever I get my self a laptop config., right now I'm working my desktop build. 

 

Make sure you include the cost of your OS when figuring out a budget.

 

If you're looking for moderate upgrades, I would suggest adding an SSD for performance and overall snappiness, using the WD Blue as file storage.

 

What would the SSD do that the WD can't? Other than it's smaller space for faster bootups, etc. (Just asking since I'm unsure what each can benefit)

 

Good setup, never heard of that case though.

Where are you located?

Not asking of a home address but what part of the world are you in?

 

The case is pretty good, fits my set up and compatible with the parts I have. 

I can be found in the Philippines, Southeast Asia so it's different from the Western countries PC's and pricing. 

 

 

An SSD is just overall much faster than a standard HDD. You'll notice boot times are faster, applications open quicker, and your system will be much more responsive.

Something like this would do fine for OS and programs: https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-BX300-240GB-Internal-Solid/dp/B0742BC3DQ/ref=sr_1_6?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1512485097&sr=1-6






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