After a decent bit of saving I could finally build my own rig.
I decided to save up more money for a 2060 or wait for navi.
What do you guys think pc building is legos aye
I can tell you did a little research, you did well on your first build. +1
Cheers legend the week before the build is where you get the most hype
Of you want gpu now then get 2060 now. If not wait for navi. Although there are a lot of bad as there are good rumors on navi.
How would they get one now, they are saving up.
I mean that if they want a good gpu sooner they should get the 2060
Personally I cannot wait for Navi GPUs it seems like it will be a turning point for budget gaming etc. AMD has really stepped up their game since ryzen. It has been speculated that the Navi 20cu (or u I don’t know) Graphics will equal performance to a gtx 1050 or a Rx570 or maybe about lower.
The speculations look really good but they probably won't be but two years before if you wanted something decent it would be Intel and nvidia. So I hope AMD makes Navi amazing so it can go head to head with nvidia
The 3080Xt looks killer
Don't have enough money for it and didn't want to get a 580 as it wouldn't be future proof and I would probably upgrade it like a couple of months later.
You did good on this build. I was debating getting the same CPU for what I have now. What's your experience been with games so far, and what games have you tried it on? Waiting for the next slew of graphics cards to come out will pay off. Doing the same also. This is a solid budget rig. I've seen multiple real-world performance videos with this Ryzen CPU, and even GTA V runs smooth in 1080P with it. Only downside is if one were to want to later add a graphics card and play in 1440p, they might run into bottlenecks since this CPU cuts GPU lanes down to 8x from 16x. Otherwise 1080p users won't even notice a difference. PC building is legos woo.
Thank you! For games I personally think its been amazing I get more than 60fps max settings on 1080p Csgo. I get more than 60fps on fortnite medium settings 1080p. I don't really play much games as I got exams coming up. If I have money after buying my Gpu I might get a 3000 series Ryzen CPU.
Solid first build!
If you don't really want to spend a lot on a 2060 you can buy a used GTX 1070 for $200 on Ebay or spend around 50-60$ more and get a GTX 1070Ti. The GTX 1070Ti basically has the same performance as the GTX 2060 so it's a good option if you are still low on money. This is what I did when building my PC.
Would this be good for music production too, unless you dont do that?
I don't really know but I think it would be fine as RAM is what's probably the most important for music instruction but don't take my word for it have a look on YouTube
So im trying to build a PC myself so will this be an acceptable build for a first timer? I dont really look into computers but it seem like this is a good build. How has it been running for you lately?
Yeah it's been running good but if you have extra money don't get the 2400g get a 1700 and a rx 580
Another thing, im quite new to PC's but is everything needed to make a PC run Gaming on this list? Cheers.
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Sorry mate didn't know but to be honest I'm not in the position to recommend a beginner but thanks anyways
It's in the description.
Yes, you're confused.
The AMD stock cooler does come with thermal paste still attached and personally, I do think the AMD stock coolers (not intel) are very good and if you are only running a 2400g it will be fine.
They look much better than the Intel ones fair play to amd
There's no point I'd rather just save all my money for a Graphics card right now and then after my builds completely finished I'll add on the cooling
Also they are made by cooler master so it's decent
Calm its fine I'm not overclocking or anything and i got it set at 3.85ghz and my cpus fine. Also thermal paste comes applied with most stock coolers.
You are confused... Quite confused to be exact! The stock Ryzen coolers are actually quite good! You can overclock with them with no issues what so ever.