What PC's can I build this week - PC Builds - w/c 29th June 2020

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Posted 29th Jun
Hi all,

We're back for a second week! Thankls to all of you who engaged last week.

All builds now use parametric filters that adjust in real time based on the prices of parts.

I've helped a lot HUKD'ers over the years to build PCs, even some who thought they'd never be able to do it. The general rule is, if you can build a Lego model, or assemble IKEA you can build a PC. It's a hobby I've loved since I was 6 years old when I was helped by my Dad to build my first PC, and honestly I look back on it with happy memories.

I want to create a supportive community environment, based on facts about what is the best value for money this week.

I thought about how I could help and I've come up with:

"What can you build this week? PC thread"

So here we go, every week I'll post two to three tiers of PC builds (around £400 to £1500) for the following use cases:

  • Gaming PCs
  • Workstation PCs (Photo/Video Editing/CAD)
  • Home Theatre PCs (aka games console replacements)

Every week we will cover what you can build along with recommendations for what peripherals are on offer elsewhere on this site. I'll look for the best deals I can, they'll all be correct at the time of posting and will only be changed if something shoots up in price significantly. It's also an open discussion help people new to the hobby and to help people not get ripped off by poor value pre-built systems.

If you're after something more specialist you can always PM me.

This Week's Systems
Please note that none of these systems include Windows - more details on that below.

Gaming - Entry Level - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…pwh

CPU: *AMD Ryzen 3 3100 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor (£99.95 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: *ASRock B450M-HDV R4.0 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£54.99 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: *Patriot Viper 4 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 CL16 Memory (£37.83 @ Ebuyer)
Storage: *Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£33.97 @ Amazon UK)
Video Card: *XFX Radeon RX 570 8 GB Video Card (£134.99 @ Ebuyer)
Case: CiT F3 MicroATX Mini Tower Case (£27.99 @ AWD-IT)
Power Supply: *Aerocool Integrator 500 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (£32.99 @ AWD-IT)
Total: £422.71

About this machine:
This is about the minimum I would recommend to get you away - there's still plenty of headroom there though if you want to upgrade at a later date. Think of this as a good place to start playing games at 1080p Low to Medium settings. It should still give a better gaming experience than the current consoles.

Would make a good Minecraft or Fortnite machine for kids. It would also make a solid family PC.

Pros:
  • It's cheap
  • It's easy to assemble
  • Upgrades will be super easy
  • 1TB of storage for your games
Cons:
  • The RX 570 is getting a bit old now
  • No SSD
  • Case is a bit plasticy

Gaming - Mid Tier - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…vyk

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 3300X 3.8 GHz Quad-Core Processor (£119.99 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: *Gigabyte B450M DS3H Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£66.92 @ CCL Computers)
Memory: *Team T-FORCE DARK Za 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18 Memory (£69.65 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: *Kingston A2000 250 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (£40.31 @ BT Shop)
Storage: *Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£33.97 @ Amazon UK)
Video Card: *EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 6 GB KO GAMING Video Card (£280.52 @ Amazon UK)
Case: *Cooler Master MasterBox Q300L MicroATX Mini Tower Case (£42.94 @ Box Limited)
Power Supply: *KOLINK ENCLAVE 600 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply (£62.99 @ AWD-IT)
Total: £717.29

About this machine:
Upgrade on the entry level - this is a solid 1440p desktop gaming machine. Gives you headroom, as PC Part Picker will flip between the 2060/2060S and 5700/5700XT depending on prices. Very little performance difference between them really in the real world - AMDs GPU drivers are still awful though.

Pros:
  • Will play most games at 1440p just fine
  • Has faster storage
  • Much better case quality and brand
  • Much better motherboard
  • More expandability
Cons:
  • CPU on the weaker side for things like rendering etc - but fine for gaming
  • SSD isn't the biggest of the fastest

Gaming - Top Tier - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Bn7

CPU: *AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core Processor (£250.56 @ Amazon UK)
CPU Cooler: *be quiet! Pure Rock 51.7 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler (£32.34 @ Aria PC)
Motherboard: *Gigabyte B550M AORUS ELITE Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£121.87 @ Overclockers.co.uk)
Memory: *Patriot Viper 4 Blackout 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL17 Memory (£89.40 @ Alza)
Storage: *Crucial P1 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (£99.98 @ CCL Computers)
Storage: *Western Digital Caviar Blue 1 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£33.97 @ Amazon UK)
Video Card: *EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8 GB KO GAMING Video Card (£672.67 @ Amazon UK)
Case: *Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 3.1 MicroATX Mid Tower Case (£45.09 @ SmartTeck.co.uk)
Power Supply: *KOLINK ENCLAVE 600 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply (£62.99 @ AWD-IT)
Case Fan: Cooler Master MasterFan MF120 Halo 3-in-1 47.2 CFM 120 mm Fans (£36.85 @ CCL Computers)
Total: £1445.72

About this machine:
An all out 1440p high settings, 4K mid settings gaming machine. A decent case with a window, and includes high performance RGB case fans too.

Pros:
  • Excellent all-rounder
  • Very solid gaming machine
  • Good looking and fairly quiet
Cons:
  • Getting expensive at this point

Workstation - Entry Level - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…73t

CPU: *AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor (£147.59 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: *ASRock B450M-HDV R4.0 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£54.99 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: *Patriot Viper 4 Blackout 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory (£60.81 @ Ebuyer)
Storage: *ADATA SU630 240 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£29.94 @ CCL Computers)
Storage: *Hitachi Ultrastar 7K3000 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£48.39 @ Amazon UK)
Video Card: *Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 4 GB MINI ITX OC Video Card (£130.63 @ Amazon UK)
Case: *Thermaltake Versa H17 MicroATX Mini Tower Case (£32.43 @ Ebuyer)
Power Supply: *Aerocool Integrator 500 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (£32.99 @ AWD-IT)
Total: £537.77

About this machine:
Good productivity machine that can do a little gaming - will do 3D renders and video encoding reasonably well for a hobbyist.
Pros:
  • Lots of cores
Cons:
  • Weak GPU - only really needed for display output - can could do some basic gaming.

Workstation - Mid Tier - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Tcq

CPU: *AMD Ryzen 7 3800X 3.9 GHz 8-Core Processor (£276.66 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: *Gigabyte B550M AORUS ELITE Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£121.87 @ Overclockers.co.uk)
Memory: *OLOy 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18 Memory (£148.11 @ Newegg UK)
Storage: *Crucial P1 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (£99.98 @ CCL Computers)
Storage: *Toshiba X300 4 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£93.76 @ BT Shop)
Video Card: *Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 4 GB MINI ITX OC Video Card (£130.63 @ Amazon UK)
Case: *Silverstone PS09B MicroATX Mid Tower Case (£40.47 @ Scan.co.uk)
Power Supply: *KOLINK ENCLAVE 600 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply (£62.99 @ AWD-IT)
Total: £974.47

About this machine:
Excellent video editing machine, should have no issue at all with 4K video production.
Pros:
  • Lots and lots of cores
Cons:
  • Storage might be a little low for 4K editing - depends on workload
  • Weak GPU - only really needed for display output

Workstation - Top Tier - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…6tp

CPU: *AMD Ryzen 9 3950X 3.5 GHz 16-Core Processor (£655.93 @ Amazon UK)
CPU Cooler: *be quiet! Pure Rock 51.7 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler (£32.34 @ Aria PC)
Motherboard: *ASRock X570M Pro4 Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£183.05 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: *Team T-FORCE VULCAN Z 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory (£118.65 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: *Sabrent Rocket Q 2 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (£219.99 @ Amazon UK)
Storage: Toshiba P300 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£52.73 @ Overclockers.co.uk)
Storage: Toshiba P300 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£52.73 @ Overclockers.co.uk)
Video Card: *Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1650 4 GB MINI ITX OC Video Card (£130.63 @ Amazon UK)
Case: *Fractal Design Core 1300 MicroATX Mini Tower Case (£44.95 @ Amazon UK)
Power Supply: *EVGA BQ 650 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply (£63.44 @ Amazon UK)
Case Fan: be quiet! Pure Wings 2 120 PWM 87 CFM 120 mm Fan (£8.99 @ Amazon UK)
Case Fan: *be quiet! Pure Wings 2 120 PWM 87 CFM 120 mm Fan (£8.99 @ Amazon UK)
Total: £1572.42

About this machine:
Amazing 4K video editing machine
Pros:
  • Lots and lots and lots of cores
Cons:
  • Weak GPU - only really needed for display output

HTPC - Entry Level - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Wq3

CPU: *AMD Ryzen 3 3100 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor (£99.95 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: *Gigabyte B450 I AORUS PRO WIFI Mini ITX AM4 Motherboard (£108.71 @ CCL Computers)
Memory: *Patriot Viper 4 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4-3000 CL16 Memory (£37.83 @ Ebuyer)
Storage: *Kingston A2000 250 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (£40.31 @ BT Shop)
Video Card: *PNY GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER 4 GB Video Card (£156.99 @ Amazon UK)
Case: Silverstone SG13 Mini ITX Tower Case (£39.95 @ Amazon UK)
Power Supply: *EVGA B3 450 W 80+ Bronze Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply (£59.99 @ Amazon UK)
Total: £543.73

About this machine:
Small, cool, and quiet. This mITX chasis is really easy to build in for first timers. Not a bad little 4K video playback or 1080p gaming entry level machine. Pair with a controller and do some lounge gaming.
Pros:
  • Cheap entry into lounge PC gaming
Cons:
  • GPU is weak - you'll soon find yourself wanting more
  • Although a better mITX chasis for first timers it's still harder than a mATX or ATX case to build in

HTPC - Mid Tier - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…6tp

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 3300X 3.8 GHz Quad-Core Processor (£119.99 @ Amazon UK)
Motherboard: *Gigabyte B450 I AORUS PRO WIFI Mini ITX AM4 Motherboard (£108.71 @ CCL Computers)
Memory: *Patriot Viper 4 Blackout 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL17 Memory (£89.40 @ Alza)
Storage: *Crucial P1 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (£99.98 @ CCL Computers)
Video Card: *Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER 8 GB WINDFORCE OC Video Card (£373.98 @ Aria PC)
Case: Silverstone SG13 Mini ITX Tower Case (£39.95 @ Amazon UK)
Power Supply: *EVGA BQ 650 W 80+ Bronze Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply (£63.44 @ Amazon UK)
Total: £895.45

About this machine:
Really capable entry-level 4K 30fps lounge gaming PC.
Pros:
  • Very cheap entry into 4K lounge gaming
Cons:
  • Although a better mITX chasis for first timers it's still harder than a mATX or ATX case to build in

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Thank you again for this. As you can probably tell I am dithering at the moment, getting paranoid about every little component. I have been doing a little research and do you think it's worth waiting for the Ryzen 4000s at this point?
SVRich02/07/2020 16:38

Thank you again for this. As you can probably tell I am dithering at the …Thank you again for this. As you can probably tell I am dithering at the moment, getting paranoid about every little component. I have been doing a little research and do you think it's worth waiting for the Ryzen 4000s at this point?



4000 is about 8-9 months away at best. Might be worth waiting for 3000 series NVIDIA GPUs though, maybe.
ollie8702/07/2020 16:48

4000 is about 8-9 months away at best. Might be worth waiting for 3000 …4000 is about 8-9 months away at best. Might be worth waiting for 3000 series NVIDIA GPUs though, maybe.


Oh God something else I need to think about, I'm never get this PC built and I'll dither for ever I am even stessing over cases.
Thanks for this. Would you be able to recommend a couple of changes please for the entry level gaming spec?
A neater looking case (black with glass side preferably)
A 250GB~ SSD instead of HDD

All keeping super-budget, obviously!

Is there anything else I would need to buy in order to get this working (wifi, cables, tools etc) - obviously monitor, mouse, keyboard.

Really appreciate the time you put into this.
Alex_Braun02/07/2020 17:50

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YouTube has hundreds of great guides, it's far more straightforward to do than most people originally think!

Edited by: "ElGofre" 2nd Jul
SVRich02/07/2020 17:03

Oh God something else I need to think about, I'm never get this PC built …Oh God something else I need to think about, I'm never get this PC built and I'll dither for ever I am even stessing over cases.


Depends how urgently you need it - and often dithering can end up costing money. It's a good time now as memory prices are low so your RAM and SSD will be cheap. And honestly a 3300X will be a solid gaming CPU for the next 3-5 years easily, 3600 probably 3-6 years and you can always overclock if you do your research.

Prices are good now, so you might want strike now before Brexit messes with it all again. Just keep your boxes so you can sell your old stuff to pay for the new, it's what I've been doing since the 90s. I've never paid full price for an upgrade since about 1998 haha.

srem02/07/2020 17:32

Thanks for this. Would you be able to recommend a couple of changes please …Thanks for this. Would you be able to recommend a couple of changes please for the entry level gaming spec?A neater looking case (black with glass side preferably)A 250GB~ SSD instead of HDDAll keeping super-budget, obviously! Is there anything else I would need to buy in order to get this working (wifi, cables, tools etc) - obviously monitor, mouse, keyboard.Really appreciate the time you put into this.


You can tweak a few things to make it a more rounded (but granted, more expensive system). The big upgrade is an NVME SSD, which will also free up additional space in the case for other upgrades later (such as multiple hard disks).

I've upped the RAM to 16GB as RAM prices are dropping and for the sake of the extra little bit it's less of a pain than having to come back and get rid of two sticks and replace them with another two (has to be two for dual channel).

The case is a lot nicer to build in, better layout and less sharp edges for small hands to get caught on (if building with a kid), comes with two already installed front intake fans too.

If you're going for a more flash case with a window you sort've want it to look cleaner too, that means you'll probably want a modular power supply to reduce the number of cables flapping about you don't need, this obviously really does push the price up, but your PSU will last you well over 10 years if you get the right one.

So that pushes you up to around £500 for the system, now can you get better performance for that money? 100%, but what you've got is a nicer and more future-proof PC with double the RAM and much, much faster storage. I think that's worth around £75 more any day of the week.

PCPartPicker Part List: uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Ktp

CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 3100 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor (£95.89 @ More Computers)
Motherboard: *Gigabyte B450M S2H Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£57.99 @ Amazon UK)
Memory: *Patriot Viper 4 Blackout 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory (£60.81 @ Ebuyer)
Storage: *Transcend 110S 256 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (£38.45 @ CCL Computers)
Video Card: *XFX Radeon RX 570 8 GB Video Card (£134.99 @ Ebuyer)
Case: Fractal Design Focus G Mini MicroATX Mini Tower Case (£46.99 @ Amazon UK)
Power Supply: *KOLINK ENCLAVE 600 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply (£62.99 @ AWD-IT)
Total: £498.11
Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available
*Lowest price parts chosen from parametric criteria
Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-07-02 18:08 BST+0100

Tools? All you'll need is a Number 2 phillips screw driver and a smaller phillips to install the SSD. You'll install the SSD, CPU, the CPU cooler, and RAM all while you have the motherboard out of it's packaging and sitting onto of the box it comes in. Makes it all much easier. Cables? It'll come with everthing you need. For Wi-Fi you can either use a USB adapter or buy a PCI Express adapter like this one Gigabyte make which will also give you Bluetooth. Stick the Wi-Fi card in the bottom PCI 1x socket and run the USB internal cable from the card to the second USB 2.0 header on the motherboard.

As always, read the manual, take your time, don't force anything and message me if you're stuck.

Keyboards and mice are usually personal preference and depends what you're doing, if you're gaming you'll probably want something with a proper mechanical switch set, with the mouse you'll probably want something on the lighter side with button options. Let me know what you fancy and I can advise. Monitors if you're going 1080p keep it under 22 inches, if you're going 1440p under 27 inches.
Edited by: "ollie87" 2nd Jul
looking at building an ITX pc to use for Home Assistant and NAS... picked up a SF450 Gold off ebay for £60 so far
emmpii802/07/2020 19:29

looking at building an ITX pc to use for Home Assistant and NAS... picked …looking at building an ITX pc to use for Home Assistant and NAS... picked up a SF450 Gold off ebay for £60 so far


Small form factor builds are always fun
ollie8702/07/2020 18:13

Depends how urgently you need it - and often dithering can end up costing …Depends how urgently you need it - and often dithering can end up costing money. It's a good time now as memory prices are low so your RAM and SSD will be cheap. And honestly a 3300X will be a solid gaming CPU for the next 3-5 years easily, 3600 probably 3-6 years and you can always overclock if you do your research. Prices are good now, so you might want strike now before Brexit messes with it all again. Just keep your boxes so you can sell your old stuff to pay for the new, it's what I've been doing since the 90s. I've never paid full price for an upgrade since about 1998 haha.You can tweak a few things to make it a more rounded (but granted, more expensive system). The big upgrade is an NVME SSD, which will also free up additional space in the case for other upgrades later (such as multiple hard disks). I've upped the RAM to 16GB as RAM prices are dropping and for the sake of the extra little bit it's less of a pain than having to come back and get rid of two sticks and replace them with another two (has to be two for dual channel).The case is a lot nicer to build in, better layout and less sharp edges for small hands to get caught on (if building with a kid), comes with two already installed front intake fans too.If you're going for a more flash case with a window you sort've want it to look cleaner too, that means you'll probably want a modular power supply to reduce the number of cables flapping about you don't need, this obviously really does push the price up, but your PSU will last you well over 10 years if you get the right one.So that pushes you up to around £500 for the system, now can you get better performance for that money? 100%, but what you've got is a nicer and more future-proof PC with double the RAM and much, much faster storage. I think that's worth around £75 more any day of the week.PCPartPicker Part List: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/xLWKtpCPU: AMD Ryzen 3 3100 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor (£95.89 @ More Computers) Motherboard: *Gigabyte B450M S2H Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£57.99 @ Amazon UK) Memory: *Patriot Viper 4 Blackout 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory (£60.81 @ Ebuyer) Storage: *Transcend 110S 256 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive (£38.45 @ CCL Computers) Video Card: *XFX Radeon RX 570 8 GB Video Card (£134.99 @ Ebuyer) Case: Fractal Design Focus G Mini MicroATX Mini Tower Case (£46.99 @ Amazon UK) Power Supply: *KOLINK ENCLAVE 600 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply (£62.99 @ AWD-IT) Total: £498.11Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available*Lowest price parts chosen from parametric criteriaGenerated by PCPartPicker 2020-07-02 18:08 BST+0100Tools? All you'll need is a Number 2 phillips screw driver and a smaller phillips to install the SSD. You'll install the SSD, CPU, the CPU cooler, and RAM all while you have the motherboard out of it's packaging and sitting onto of the box it comes in. Makes it all much easier. Cables? It'll come with everthing you need. For Wi-Fi you can either use a USB adapter or buy a PCI Express adapter like this one Gigabyte make which will also give you Bluetooth. Stick the Wi-Fi card in the bottom PCI 1x socket and run the USB internal cable from the card to the second USB 2.0 header on the motherboard.As always, read the manual, take your time, don't force anything and message me if you're stuck.Keyboards and mice are usually personal preference and depends what you're doing, if you're gaming you'll probably want something with a proper mechanical switch set, with the mouse you'll probably want something on the lighter side with button options. Let me know what you fancy and I can advise. Monitors if you're going 1080p keep it under 22 inches, if you're going 1440p under 27 inches.


It's more a need of want rather than need. 1440p monitors seem expensive.
SVRich02/07/2020 20:29

It's more a need of want rather than need. 1440p monitors seem expensive.



Sorry the 1440p display bit was for the other guy.
ollie8702/07/2020 20:44

Sorry the 1440p display bit was for the other guy.


No, I was thinking of getting a better than my current 1080p monitor as it would be a bit of waste to stick to 1080p on the mid tier setup.
SVRich02/07/2020 20:52

No, I was thinking of getting a better than my current 1080p monitor as it …No, I was thinking of getting a better than my current 1080p monitor as it would be a bit of waste to stick to 1080p on the mid tier setup.



Yeah would be.
Can I ask a silly question before I finally start buying stuff? On the B450M DS3 I assume the gpu will need to go on the top PCI slot but that would cover up the small PCI that I assume I would have to use if I wanted to put in a wifi/bluetooth card which I do. Is there a way around that? Would the ASRock B450M Pro4-F be better as it has a slightly different layout.

Also I have a 4tb seagate USB3 expansion portable drive that I bought for something else and never used which I am debating taking out of the drive and using in the PC for storage, I believe the internal drive is a 2.5inch seagate baracuda, is there any reason that is a bad idea?
SVRich03/07/2020 17:08

Can I ask a silly question before I finally start buying stuff? On the …Can I ask a silly question before I finally start buying stuff? On the B450M DS3 I assume the gpu will need to go on the top PCI slot but that would cover up the small PCI that I assume I would have to use if I wanted to put in a wifi/bluetooth card which I do. Is there a way around that? Would the ASRock B450M Pro4-F be better as it has a slightly different layout.Also I have a 4tb seagate USB3 expansion portable drive that I bought for something else and never used which I am debating taking out of the drive and using in the PC for storage, I believe the internal drive is a 2.5inch seagate baracuda, is there any reason that is a bad idea?



You can plug a x1 card into the bottom x16 socket.

For VR content (especifically for flight simulators - lots of ram) any recommendation?
nicollas.alexandre05/07/2020 11:48

For VR content (especifically for flight simulators - lots of ram) any …For VR content (especifically for flight simulators - lots of ram) any recommendation?


What's your budget?
ollie8703/07/2020 18:35

All the amazingly useful info.


I really want to thank you for all the patience and help. I built my PC yesterday and all seems to be going well. I spent a little extra on a motherboard after getting paranoid and reading some review of different ones and spent a little more on a PSU and I forgot to order it and sat down Wednesday to build everything and tried to order on one in a hurry but again not loads. I may have paid a littler more than I needed but I am happy.

Just need to look for decent monitoring software etc.
SVRich17/07/2020 15:53

I really want to thank you for all the patience and help. I built my PC …I really want to thank you for all the patience and help. I built my PC yesterday and all seems to be going well. I spent a little extra on a motherboard after getting paranoid and reading some review of different ones and spent a little more on a PSU and I forgot to order it and sat down Wednesday to build everything and tried to order on one in a hurry but again not loads. I may have paid a littler more than I needed but I am happy.Just need to look for decent monitoring software etc.


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