I got the CPU used for $120. New id get a ryzen 3600 or 3300x based on budget with a b450 Motherboard. GPU I bought new 2.5 years ago. Now get a 5600xt or 2060 for less than $300
It's a good setup though for the price
Appreciat the input :D
If you read and look at the pictures I paid $600 for
32gb ddr4 (4x8gb)
4 tb hd
I took the 5700xt, 500 nvme, 1tb hd, 4tb hd and put in a 390x and m.2 512gb ssd and sold it for $620. So I traded a 390x and 512 m.2 ssd for 5700xt, 500 nvme, 4tb hd, 1tb hd, and 6 case fans and $20.
Yeah i'm happy with my purchase
My son has a 1700x and 390x and loves it
What GPU do you pair
I've built about 7 or 8 of these setups and honestly they are 1080P beasts.
Sold it the day I built it
Benchmarked RDR2 at 1080p Medium and got 60 fps. R6 Siege got 150 fps 1080p max graphics and max view dipstance.
This is a spare parts built to sale. I upgraded my son's system from a 2700x to 3600 and 1070ti to 5700. Took those and upgraded my wife's 1700x and 980ti. I then took the leftovers and some new parts and built this.
Sold for a profit and upgraded 2 machines.
How do you like the cooler. Thinking of getting the AM4 one for a 1700x
5600XT beats the 2060 and is $280
This killls R6 Siege and reports would be nothing. Everything was new except ddr4 and gpu. Well the prices are listed but can't get them for that now. The 580 8gb xfx gts Black was $110 on /r/hardwareswap. Now no one will even respond to my posts asking for GPU and eBay has used 580 for over $150. I'd recommend a new 590 for $180 on Amazon.
Different 1600AF + 16gb + rx580
RB6 Siege Bench while recording
The 1600 AF (didn't see it as a part on pcpartpicker) and honestly this is the 6th setup i've done with the 1600AF + 16gb 3000+ mhz + rx 580 8gb and everyone loves them. In Siege benchmark 1080P max view and max settings it averaged 150 fps (while recording) and in World of Warcraft it maxed 1080P al settings at 100 fps. Any particular game you were interested in ?
Most bought new with help from reddit/pcbuildersales and the GPU and memory was used from reddit/hardwareswap
PC are easy to assemble and PCPartpicker make sure your parts work together. You can download windows 10 free from microsoft (all you need is a 8GB or larger USB drive).
More than enough for those uses.
Your prices are unbelievably low. I'm guessing used? Still unrealistic pricing
Needs cable managed bad. Lot of parts don't have a price listed which makes build look cheaper
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qjFJXBLKlA 1080P Ultra recorded with Relive
Don't have Modern Warfare but added a R6 Sige 1080P Ultra Preset to the images. Stock CPU, GPU from 1366mhz to 1450 and volts dropped from 1150 to 1140 and no power boost (my 24/7 clocks on it)
Bought used from hardware trade site. eBay has them for similar price in USA
Many came from Amazon. They are prioritizing essential products so no 2 day shipping. I've had to wait 7+ days for some items but they are arriving
I don't have either of the doom games. I ran RDR2 at 1080P all medium and was over 60 fps average with max 80's
It's a build I did to sale. May end up getting the RGB since it adds $$ to the sale price.
It's a great gamer and will play anything at 1080P. What game I can try to benchmark it if I don't sale it.
Any game 1080P 60+
If there is any particular game I can try to benchmark it if I can. These setups are very good bang for buck and should last a few more years. This build will need storage before anything. GPU upgrade in a couple years to keep up with newer games (but that's any build)
If you look at my builds you will see I have a 3700x + rx5700, a 2700x + 1070ti (need to update my builds it still shows the 1070)
I price my systems fair and sale pretty easily. I've learned $550-600 is about the max people in my area will pay for anything. I prefer the black cables but the "ketchup and mustard" hasn't been a deterrent. This PC I listed at $625 and sold it for $600 in less than 48 hours
No. But USB or pci adapters easily fit due to the nice layout of the board. If you plan to get a GPU I suggest the cheaper and newerr Ryzen 5 1609 AF from Amazon for $85
He was referring to the appearance of the home made quilt on the bed.
Have had the SSD since before m.2 existed
2gb out of 16. Not sure if 8gb system memory changes that
Better than a 1030 which is suprising.
It's plad if you drink enough and stare long enough
Vega 11. Youtube 2400G.
Everyone is afraid decreased manufacturing in China due to Corona and their holiday will mean increased prices.
Well purely gaming they are similar. For editing and a little future proof the 3700x has 2 more cores and 4 more threads.
AMD marketed the 5600XT as a 1660 competitor. Then Nvidia paper dropped the 2060 price so AMD released a vbios to unlock the 5600XT to compete. They had limited the cards to not step on the 5700 toes. The firmware is fixed by now and any driver issues have been cleared. AMD always age better than Nvidia and are beating them at launch.
Just like the 1060 used to beat the 580 and now the 1060 can't compete with them. MANY 5600Xt (more than 10) are under $300 with 5 reputable mdoels under $285 with the Asrock Challenger around $270. The 2060 are primarily over $320 with one ITX model listed at $290 and one at $310. So no they are not "at $300" they are "at $310 with most $350 and higher"
So I'd take the $280 Gigabyte 5600XT Gaming over the ITX 2060 or even the $320 better 2060 cards.
Going by your logic of the 5 highest then the 2060 is $400
When there are 5 models under $285 then that's the price
5600xt is same price and much faster
1600af is cheaper and practically same as 2600
The review samples were to be updated due to Nvidia paper dropping 2060 price. In reality the 2060 is not $300 and the 5600XT have the firmware making them perform more on par with a 5700.
One 2060 (itx poor review cared) at $290 vs several 5600Xt at $270 (the Asrock 5600XT challenger which is a good card).
Not only are t he 5600XT better and faster and cheaper but have 2 games and 3 months xbox pass
Hardware unboxed shows the 5600xt is a little faster but at $40 cheaper for the most part that's over 15% savings.
I have a 5700 vbios flashed XT and since 20.x.x drivers there is no issues.
The 2060 is slower than the 5600XT and the vbios flash is free and the 2060 is rarely ever under $300
A 2060 is not better than a 5600XT which is basically a 5700 and about as fast as a 2060 super
Switch to a Ryzen 5 3600 with a B450 motherboard. Same gaming and better productivity and save yourself about $100 which you can put toward the GPU for a 5700xt or 2070 super
Also 32gb is a bit much unless you are doing a lot of 4k video editing.
The 970 evo is a good drive but in daily use doesn't feel any faster than a good NVMe drive
Love to see your specs based on your 2070 for $420 recommendation (the 2060S and 5700 are much cheaper and close or faster (5700 faster))