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can someone suggest me a build?
purpose: for gaming, streaming and editing.
i was thinking ryzen 5 3600
with a gpu thats atleast 8gb
the rest i can't think what i want. i know i want the gpu to be nvidia, motherboard to atleast be msi but idrc about brands so much i just know those are the most reliable.
i will upgrade in the future, but in like 4-5 years earliest tbh.
also if you could pick parts that has rgb haha, yes i know it's annoying for people to ask this but i do want it with rgb and willin to go beyond budget for it.
Scott Ferguson Reply Jeremy Espinoza
You could find a 5-3600 CPU around $200 however If, you could find a GPU that fits your budget price you'll most likely tap-out or really close on the GPU alone. Don't for get all the other parts needed. Use PC Part Picker to help price out the build.
I need help trying to do a decent gaming pc prebuilt for a budget under $1000 that can play gta decent
Tim Daley Reply Kaeleb Cedillo
If you can find an RX570/80 or a GTX 1060 used for cheap you could come close to your budget.
Is there a prebuilt gaming pc for around $1,000-1,300 worth spending the money on? This will by my first gaming pc. I plan to use it for warzone, red dead redemption 2, along with just personal stuff & maybe a little video editing. Any info is greatly appreciated as I am looking to buy ASAP! Also the price is for just the tower only. I’ve got everything else.
George Martin Reply Chase Johnson
I think the computer model "ABS Challenger Gaming PC - Windows 10 Home - Intel i5 11400F - GeForce GTX 1660 Super - 16GB DDR4 3000MHz - 512GB M.2 NVMe SSD" you can research.
Hi I’m looking to build a gaming pc for my son I have a budget of $1000 i need everything from monitor,keyboard,mouse and all he would be using the pc to play fortnite and roblox can anyone help me with a list of parts or a video on YouTube with a good build
Fahim Ferdous Reply Memo Musseb
1660 super, i5 tenth gen, 8gb ra
Matt Konapelsky Reply Fahim Ferdous
eh, even with a budget of $1000 he still shouldn’t skimp on the RAM. Definitely at least 16gb. That extra 8gb stick isn’t gonna destroy his budget, but it’s definitely a necessity.
Sakib Chowdhury Reply Fahim Ferdous
1660 super is like 700-800 dollars lol
Buy prebuilt from bestbuy cyberpowerpc and just add ram and nvme ssd for storage that's what I did for my 6 yr old. it's came with ryzen 5 3600 b450 rx580 phanteks case 8gb ram 500gb ssd n 2tb hdd 24in 144hz monitor and mnk for $800 I added 32gb 3600mhz, a 2tb crucial p5 nvme ssd, and gave him my 5700xt when I bought 6900xt but that was last Christmas and he's only 6 but hes pretty good at gaming especially for his age
Due to the prices of the GPU, its going to be very very challenging to do. You might pull it off with an AMD GPU, but you'd never get the performance that an Nvidia GPU has. You are actually better off getting a prebuilt or buying a used machine and using a TV as a monitor.
Ian Crudden Reply James Cannon
amd gpus are completely viable. Not having rtx and dlss has ruined virtually zero games for me lol.
Rehaan Mohammad Islam
Thousand dollars is a literally nothing nowadays, cause without good GPU your son cannot play any game in peace and GPU are high af from last couple of months. You need the 1000$ only for GPU.
LoL, let your son wait for more couple of months cause you going to regret after buying a gaming PC these days.
I5 10 th gen, 1650 super, msi b560m, and 16 gb ram....along with that get 240 ssd and 1 tb hdd.....and yes casing and casing fans will set you back 100$....also a monitor will prolly set you back 150$.....your budget may exceed by 100$.....but this is the closest best buy you can get...
If you’re willing to buy used, and familiar with Reddit… go to the hardware swap Reddit.
You can build a used PC with something like a i7-7490k and a gtx 970 for $600 ish dollars. It will run any game out right now on medium settings just fine and will run some games on high settings. For a few hundred more you could upgrade to a 1070 or 1080 and be in good shape.
Lots of good reputable people on that Reddit. That will leave you $400 for a monitor, keyboard, mouse, headset, desk, chair, etc…
Go to userbenchmark (google it) and use the compare function to compare CPUs and GPUs.
My old build is an i5-4690k and a gtx 970 and it runs warzone at 60 fps on medium settings without much of a hiccup. Use those for comparison. You wouldn’t want to get anything that benches lower than either of those.
Im from ireland and prices here are even more expensive and less of a market so less stock. Id recommend grabbing a used 2060 for roughly about 400 if u can and a 3600 for 140 if u can, thats what i did and worked from there. Very easy to get the rest