Already got a Radeon RX 470 GPU and need some good parts!
this is as close to an upgrade from my current xeon workstation im using, only difference is the graphics card
I picked these parts because they are reasonable and it would be a nice upgrade from what I have.
Hello, this is my vision to what would be a great start to an all around PC. Starting with a Ryzen 7 3700x because it would be in the middle and be able to get the job done such as for regular work, light editing, streaming and gaming of course. This PC would have built for making future additions and have plenty of storage for my various needs. Its not to underpowered yet not ridiculously expensive either. :)
A compact build for kids school work that wont take up too much space and for basic games they play like Minecraft and Rocket League.
I want to build a new PC where I can play games, and maybe for school but mostly games. I want to record videos and stream, but I do not have enough storage and when I stream games like Rust or Apex Legends, my frames suffer a lot on low settings (and especially for Rust, since its so hard to run, my frames stutter and drop a lot on the lowest settings) . I'm using a gaming laptop (a Predator Helios 300 2019) and its really good, and it was fun to use since it was my first gaming laptop (I used Dell Office Laptops to game before this) but now, I want a desktop PC so I can upgrade in the future, and run my games better. I want to give the laptop I'm currently using to my Dad since he also said he wanted to use a laptop, and since I'm starting school soon, he wants to use a laptop while I'm away (he plans on using my sisters macbook, but I'd rather want him to have his own laptop to use)
Just a basic little bit of a budget computer that can last a long time
my 1st pc of gamer
I need a simple PC to play 1080p games at 60fps. Going intel just in case the graphics card is hard to get. So id still be able to use integrated graphics. Definitely the perfect mid range PC im looking for.
This is my first PC build, I want to upgrade my gaming experience from a laptop to have a better experience.
I made this build for school because the only tech I have been using is a school laptop the school gave me . And I will soon have to return it, having a pc for school will help me have access to my school work at home. I honestly don't know what I build but I used Austin evans guide video to understand abit about Pc buildings.
Thank you for using some of your time reading this.
I want to make a beefy pc so that I am not held back in anyway and am able to learn not only how to stream and record, but also learn about 3d animations.
I've been super excited to build an insane PC to be able to play all the games on the best fps and monitor!
I want to build a functional pc not for gaming but for school work as well as engineers and programing and computer animation. I would use this computer for school work. It is running off integrated graphics, but the money theoretically would be well spent. I got a. basic ips four k monitor that would not only work well with the computer but my xbox as well. I believe that in the future if I need to return to online Learning this could be greatly beneficial for me. Even if I will not return to online learning, this still could afford me many great opportunities in the computer science field. Thank you for you time.
need a good pc because I'm trying to start learning how to build a pc and learn the parts i may not win but that's not going to stop me from working on pc
a sub $1500 build for VR and streaming media on the TV.
Basically I Use A Emachine And A chromebook for school work now the emachine sometimes turns on but mostly turns on but no display so I use a chromebook. Having A Pc Would be a huge upgrade from the emachine to a well working gaming, schoolwork pc .Where I Live There Arent Stores To buy any pc components so we mostly would have to order but gpu prices are to crazy to build one now so gl to everyone. :) https://www.microcenter.com/site/content/custom-pc-builder.aspx?load=98437163-554d-4576-bb15-0ee75e55b5bf
I just want a low end gaming pc which is capable of running Valorant because I want to be a professional player and with this I wish I will be :) .
I am planning on building my first pc in the future when I have saved up enough money. This build is basically what I would get if I would to build one right now.
This is my first build, and I am just choosing parts based off of what I know!
Decided to make a build that could serve me faithfully and get me through anything I need to do for school, and be able to game, code, render, 3D model, edit 4K footage, and have plenty of overclocking and upgrade headroom:
For my CPU I chose an Octa-Core (8 core) AMD Ryzen 5800x, mainly due to the performance-to-cost advantage that AMD has, and it would be a MASSIVE step up from the dual-core i5-7200U that I use today. For my memory I chose 32 gigs of DDR4-3200 megahertz G.Skill Ripjaws memory, and, although it isn't the fastest memory on the market, is is a HUGE step up from my 12 gigs of DDR4-2133 megahertz, and it will handle multitasking MUCH better. For my case I went with an ATX mini tower, because it fits my motherboard, and it would be cool to build in a cube case. For my power supply I went with an SFX 750 watt 80 plus platinum, fully modular power supply, as it is somewhat future-proof, and better than an 1000+ watt power supply with a worse 80 plus rating. For my Graphics Card, I went with the 30-Series mid-ranger, the RTX 3070. Though this card is out of stock, in a normal market, it would be the card I would choose due to it's power, and lower power consumption than something like a 3090. For my SSD, I went with a 1 terabyte Samsung 980. I didn't go with the pro as it costed a considerable amount more, and the regular 980 is already fast enough imo, but I use a mechanical hard drive so anything's an upgrade! I also decided to throw in a 4k60 pro, just in case I want to film or stream with my friends in the future.
The sad thing is, even if I could afford the rest of the build, due to the chip shortage and scalpers, a GPU is IMPOSSIBLE to get!
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