Just wanted to do a bit of research before making a decision. While I may not be a beginner, there are still things I do not know about the current hardware scene. Wanted to get a gaming PC with the following qualitites:
*Within the $1000-1250 range
*Graphics card with at least the capability of an NVIDIA RTX 3050
*>500 GB of SSD storage
*Not skimping out on cooling - I heard horror stories from friends about what happens when you skimp out on cooling.
I do not know enough about AMD Ryzen and Intel CPU specs to decide what I want there. I've only heard that AMD CPU's tend to run faster and hotter.
While building a PC from scratch would be nice, I am leaning more towards buying a prebuilt and customizing it later on once the graphics card market improves.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
If you want to go the pre-build route I would look at the following: https://www.microcenter.com/product/645592/powerspec-g511-gaming-pc & https://www.microcenter.com/product/643370/powerspec-g167-gaming-pc
Both of these would be in your budget range and meet the specs requested.
At the moment this Asus GA15 (389247) at 1199$ is one of the best deals I've seen in my 3 years working here.
Fits the budget, High end specs, only con I've noticed and heard from buyers is the cooling.
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