Heavy gaming, some overclocking. Overall it stays very cool about 30° C, plays most if not all games at 1080p ultra settings.
This is a bit more than a budget build lol
Budget doesnt mean cheap. In my eyes a budget it a price that you are willing to spend on stuff that you stick to and use as a guidline
Ah gotcha. I guess the term has changed in an age where a lot of builds are just “best of the best” lol.
True lol. "budget build"
Whats the price for a normal build?
As someone’s else stated, it’s more about just sticking to a price, which makes sense when most builds you see on here now are simply buying the best available lol. But in my mind “budget” would be low-mid range specs at like $500-$800
Some spent 4k and call it budget, I guess this varies on how much person justifies his purchase decisions, obviously for rich brats this would be a pocket exchange meanwhile for others - make ends meet.
my budget included your profile pic ma dud
I’ve somehow worked up to an i7, but my i3 6100 will always hold a special place in my heart.
good build still
"Budget". Uh-huh. Yup. For sure.
Nice build though +1
I don't like a budget build would cost more than ~$1000. I kinda knew this was a budget build for people in upper middle class/upper class when I saw the RTX series GPU. lmao.
actually I only used my income tax to pay for the build. I am currently military so I really don't make that much. Just had everything paid off and wanted to do my first build. initially the build was roughly 1k.
haha yea when I put Budget I meant within my 2k budget! sorry for the confusion
I would recommend switching out the Ram for a faster one like a 3200. You can find some for a dollar or two costlier than it already is.
I would agree with you if this was a Ryzen build, but he has a 8700k which is not dependent on memory speed as much as Ryzen.