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Johnathan9235's Completed Build: Home PC Built to last. Grandparents Build

Johnathan9235 submitter 2 Builds 1 point 17 months ago

Wanted the newest parts at that time, I could have built a PC with spare parts but thats no fun, I would not have posted it on this forums.

Johnathan9235's Completed Build: Current PC build used for Gaming and Programming.

Johnathan9235 submitter 2 Builds 1 point 17 months ago

Stock fans are fine especially for AMD, the only reason to get a third party CPU cooler would be because of noise and if you wanted to overclock.

Johnathan9235's Completed Build: Home PC Built to last. Grandparents Build

Johnathan9235 submitter 2 Builds 1 point 18 months ago

np, I actually checked if Ryzen 3 had integrated graphics, but it didn't, also its better for Ryzen systems to have ram with a high frequency such as 3200, since I was trying hard to be budget I wanted to use ram with a lower frequency. One of these days I will build a PC with a AMD CPU.

Wyshniukas's Completed Build: PUBG only build

Johnathan9235 2 Builds 2 points 19 months ago

What are your settings and frame rates on PUBG? With this build.

WeaponF's Completed Build: I dub thee.....Osiris

Johnathan9235 2 Builds 1 point 19 months ago

That makes sense, also its nice to have a backup HDD in case your ssd and main HDD die unexpectedly.

Johnathan9235's Completed Build: Current PC build used for Gaming and Programming.

Johnathan9235 submitter 2 Builds 1 point 19 months ago

That may be true but I purchased the gpu before the CPU, I was also thinking of getting a 1070 in November.

WeaponF's Completed Build: I dub thee.....Osiris

Johnathan9235 2 Builds 1 point 19 months ago

Why a 2 1 tb hardrives and 1 2 tb harddrive, why not 2 2 tb hardrives, less data cables, less cable management, it would probably be cheaper, and I have no idea how you could fill 4 tbs of data and a 120 gb ssd.

TettenMan's Completed Build: My Girlfriend's build : El violetta

Johnathan9235 2 Builds 0 points 20 months ago

So why 2 SSDs and a harddrive? I thought it was more practical to have your OS and most needed information on one SSD to boot up with and a harddrive if you needed the extra storage? Other than that great build.

hoddy898's Completed Build: Student's first build!

Johnathan9235 2 Builds 2 points 21 months ago

Since sometimes pcpartpicker can't find the prices they leave it blank.

If all the prices were included it would be about 800-850 Canadian dollars. Which depending on your disposable income is not a student build.

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