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Discussion in 'Computers & Technology' started by Jan, Mar 12, 2018.

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    Made this, however, I want a build that is less than 1000USDd
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/knv4Cb

    You can change whatever you want or suggest any other parts, however, I want a gpu that can run pubg or something similar with at least 144fps. Something good or better for the same price as gtx 1060
     
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    You can remove windows for a start, you can buy legit keys online for a much cheaper price
     
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    Pubg is so poorly optimized that with your budget that isn't possible. With 1060 it runs fine.

    Also considering using Ryzen over Intel might save you some bucks and give better performance.
     
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    I've got a 6GB 1060, it works perfectly with every game. You are still able to get Windows 10 for free so you should take that approach to completely save money.
     
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    Yeah I have done that. However, I am noob with amd CPUs etc.
     
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    You should definitely go for the ryzen 5 1600 in my opinion as its way cheaper than its intel counterpart and almost has the same performance.

    Next I would suggest you get a 550w psu, 650 is nice to have but 550w is honestly more than enough in my opinion unless you plan on upgrading in the future but honestly its unlikely

    I would HIGHLY recommend you get a better case, the pc you want to build is kind of high end so a good case is a must in my opinion, it helps in so many things when building your pc and also better cases have better airflow which is really important as sometimes a bad case can raise your overall temps by over 10C
    heres something with a window thats not too expensive and has all the conveniences, but do a little research and just pick whatever you think looks best
    https://pcpartpicker.com/product/tD38TW/nzxt-case-cas340wbr1

    I would also suggest you dont get a cpu cooler for now and just save up after you completed your build and get one that looks better and is more effiecient as the cheap ones get you better temps but are noisy at full load

    Lastly it looks like you are going for a red black build so I would suggest you look into that color pattern of motherboards because the one you chose is kind of out of place, here is a suggestion
    https://pcpartpicker.com/product/2p...aming-3-atx-am4-motherboard-ga-ab350-gaming-3
     
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    Yeah, however I am not looking for a "High end" case. just want the hardware to be good. case and looks are not tbh important
     
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    Alright then just make sure it has good airflow
     
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    Iceman is right, you don’t need to spend much more on the case just make sure it’s decent to keep ventilation good. For more savings for the things you want to do there’s not a lot to be made, I say possibly cut down to 8gb of ram to save a bit of cash as I manage perfectly with only 8gb with little hassle!

    Hope it goes well and keep us updated!
     
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    Yeah, however, I have a dual monitor setup with at least 1 to 2 chrome browsers up + firefox browser for social media. I need Le ram xd
     
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    I have two monitors both doing the same as you.
     
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    Yeah, but I don't know. 16 Gb is just safe, and I have the money for it xd
     
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    16GB is unnecessary. You could get faster 8GB ram instead, now that would be worth it. Also, ram is one of those things that you can always add later.

    Or, even better, buy a SSD with the money you save from the ram. Having a SSD makes a huge difference both in games and in system performance.
     
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    Okei. will take that to consideration
     
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    it really depends, if u dont wanna close chrome etc if you run a game or a heavy program then 16gb is really convenient, but getting a small ssd and installing windows and a couple of programs is really nice too
     
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    A chrome tab takes about 50-100mb, so you could have 10 of them opened and be using 1GB or even less. You would need a shit ton of ram if you go and render stuff while playing, but I dont think the CPU and the GPU are gonna be able to handle it anyway, you'll have problems on those components before you even start worrying about ram. Imho a SSD makes a much bigger difference
     
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    Everyone sharing what they know that what a call a clan :rock:
     
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    lol, but I will consider everything and post a new partpicker
     
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