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Posted 7th Dec 2019
Hi all,

It’s been a while since I built my old gaming rig and I’m out of touch with components these days, but looking at OCUK for a built gaming PC.

What are people’s thoughts on this from OCUK?

I’ve got an old i5 2500K 3.30Ghz overclocked to 4.4 with an MSI GT 430. I just want to be able to play some of the latest games at 1080p, I don’t need 4K yet but in two minds whether to go whole hog and replace, of if any of the more recent GPU’s are compatible that would make it playable?

Thanks!
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If you only play 1080p, Ryzen 5 with GTX 1650 super/ RX 590 would be enough.

Or Get GTX 1660 super if you want it to last a bit longer.
You will be looking around £700

Consider this.
awd-it.co.uk/awd…tml

If you don't use your existing PC, reuse your Windows key on new PC
Edited by: "Cisco060606" 7th Dec 2019
Thanks! if I was thinking of wanting an Oculus for VR in the future? I’ve always used Intel and also forgot to mention I’d like to edit more 4K footage from a drone I’ve got. Would that effect your thoughts?
Ryzen 7 for video editing.

With 1400 budget could probably afford rtx 2070 super
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Reuse your existing windows.
You could unselect HDd if you reusing your existing for storage.
Edited by: "Cisco060606" 7th Dec 2019
Build ur own ain't hard these days, might come cheaper

I've built this back in September, to give u a base idea...

But u can save alot £££ if only want 1080p gaming

Edited by: "DealDog" 7th Dec 2019
Build your own
you have before, it's not changed much its still basically the same thing, watch a video

also you have a budget

I'll say the best bang for your buck combo rn is Ryzen 3600 and 5700 XT
Pair that with a B450 motherboard, decent PSU but not too much wattage, DDR4 3200mhz 16gb (2x8gb)
SSD for OS and Harddrive for games (you can reuse your old harddrive) than its a greta system similar to what i have

whats your psu and case you could probably reuse them too if theyre still gpod, maybe not but who knows
Edited by: "Norseg" 7th Dec 2019
As everyone else says build your own.

That way you can pick out the best value for money components and work out a future upgrade path.
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