i mean other then AMDs 3 game gift with graphics card, and division 2 give away with their CPUs;
Nvidia gifting Anthem and BattleField V with graphics cards, and i think intel is gifting BO4 with specific CPUs i can't think of anything else. Focus on making your PC for price and performance not what games they gift
(although if you are AMD is giving the best games with Resident Evil 2 and Devil May Cry)
well they appear to be on the front intake, so i'm ganna go on a wild guess and say it's pulling air in
there are a ton, just the more expensive builds usually get featured more
Oh God my Neck D:
Well, I played it before prime existed and lemme tell you it SUCKED so much, but my pc couldn't run anything else well so I was stuck with it
Looking at the prices NVIDIA is throwing up, probly nothing that affordable
i'm stuck in Nova with 90% of players thanks to stupid teammates and hackers every other match
well i know that they have GTX 1060's in their B stock so it can't all be super outdated, but i haven't looked into it
AMD's integrated graphics, especially on their G series cards are the best in the market
the Ryzen 5 2400G benchmarks the same as my 4 year old gaming laptop, which can run Witcher 3 at 1080p Medium settings
i know that EVGA is having a sale on their B Stock which might get you a cheaper PSU, but i don't know if that applies in europe (it's in the deals section of the forums)
550 Watts should be fine, you would only need more if your ganna do some more extreme overclocking
don't fret about the ram you probly lost at most like 5-10 bucks not buying a combo; i will recommend getting a 1 TB hard drive whenever you can but in the mean while i recommend using something like https://github.com/ImminentFate/CompactGUI to compress games (it only works with windows 10)
Next time post here before you build it everything so you don't have to go and order more things if you make a mistake :D
i see like 5 sets at 90 bucks
This build also looks Amazing even though it has no RGB https://pcpartpicker.com/b/Qf4qqs,
although you can always go RGB and get something like this https://pcpartpicker.com/b/66gwrH
the CPU is pretty good and mother board is probly fine, and i have seen cheaper 750W PSU's but other then that i can't say much; he's going for style over performance (i personally would have gone with the fractal R6 and skip the custom cables).
He can honestly get a 2070 with that budget considering most 1070 ti's that i see go for 400+ but the price is unlisted so he might already have one
also were do you see the wireless network adaptor on the case? or is it only shown on the seller's site?
Personally i've been looking at making something like this, although you really don't need 8 cores or an RTX 2060 for PUBG.
You can probly get away with a 2600 and a GTX 1060 honestly
(i have been looking at changing the case for one that has better airflow
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i would delete the dub post D:
also the only thing i can think of when i see an RGB build is this set up https://pcpartpicker.com/b/kbzYcf
in the System build screen, at the share links section click the PCPartPicker Icon and copy and paste the highlighted text to get it look nice
i was just sticking to the budget but if he wants to spend 20 bucks more he probly should get the upgrade
the H500 is an easy case to work with, the only complain you will get is that the front limits the air flow since it only takes air in through a slot on the side of the case.
I know that the B450 Tomohawk is a decent Alternate B450 motherboard that is slightly cheaper but i have no experience with either of them honestly.
i've seen another build on this site where the dude has like 18 TV series along with way too many Fking movies on a server
a 550 PSU allows upgrade options further on if you want to get a graphics card,
also if you have around 60 bucks to spare you could get this build PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
What he recommended is decent, you might need another case fan for the case but other then that it's fine. I would read up the reliability of the SSD he recommended.
this seems like a decent build; a PC that can consistently run 4K is well over 1,000 dollars, especially considering a good 4k monitor can run you like 400+ easily
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you can always overclock your monitor to a higher refresh rate, so you can probly get to 80 FPS easily (unless the screen comes overclocked from the company; which would be pretty sad since it's only 75 Hz)
I've heard that it is possible to upgrade older versions of windows to windows 10, but you would have to google that; you can always run windows 10 without a key albeit with a water mark, and no customization options while you find a reliable key
well that's probly true, but considering that the 8 GB model is maybe 10-15 dollars more, and will run higher resolutions better it's an option that should be considered
i feel like that graphic card will struggle with that monitor since it only has 4 GB ram
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Test them hooked up to the motherboard, I've heard that fans can sound louder at lower rpm so check to see if the fan controller is on low, also check to see if the fans are tightened down and not shaking, and have no wires hitting them
I wouldn't know much about Plex but how CPU intensive it is depends entirely on what you use it for. I do know that the 2200 g is limited processor wise because its selling point is the integrated graphics, having more then 4 cores would definitely help more with multi tasking. But if your going to get a graphics card I would look at something like the Ryzen 5 2600 (which while already cheap, will probly get cheaper with the release of the 3000 series)
If your trying to make a server the limited thread count will be most likely cause some slow downs, I can't advice on Zen 2's Ryzen 3 vs current Ryzen 5 because all we have are rumors that may or may not be true. (so maybe wait on that upgrade until it's closer to the release date)
I know that AMD prefers having DDR 3000+ Ram and while there is no massive disadvantage to have 4x4 GB ram having 2x8GB will let you have upgrade options later on if needed (not that anything other then video editing & dedicated servers requires more then 16 GB Ram)
AMD is better for upgrading because they actually support their motherboards, so if you get any current Ryzen motherboards they should work with Ryzen 3000 series with a bios upgrade. Intel usually requires you to buy a new motherboard every new chip series
70 C is actually pretty normal for something under large load; I kinda wanna know how you got your GTX 970 running under 70C with load