Upgrading a prebuilt desktop into a gaming PC is easy but should you even bother?
Dell Inspiron i3650: http://amzn.to/2bqOFVO
AMD Radeon RX 460: http://amzn.to/2brhlgL
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i have this exact comp, thanks. ill start looking at graphics cards cause your right, its being held back by graphics. i run overwatch on everything low and get 40-60 fps. so i need a graphics card, noe
I have seen everything on how to build a pc and basically have it drilled in my memory but now I'm deciding to go with a prebuilt gamin pc which is why I'm watching this. My only problem is having windows and other stuff installed, and what to do for future upgrades
I got a 1050 ti duel and I’ve spent 7 hours trying this instal this and after when I did it ran fortnite at 10 fps on low like wtf I need help anyone have discord to help edit: don’t buy the 1050ti it runs fortnite on low at 10 fps and dips to 1 and freezes constantly the graphics card the pc comes with is better than the 1050 ti
Hey can I just say as a rocket league player who had to deal with bad FPS in the game for a long time there are certain maps that will give you much worse FPS in game such as champions field and this needs to be considered when you say the pc can run it
I have this exact same computer and I purchased a EVGA GTX 950 GPU. I put it in correctly and when I try to use it it shows a black screen that says "multi monitor setting is not enabled"! Should I download some software from EVGA? Should somehow turn of Intel integrated graphics? Please send help internet brethren!
The LGA1155 socket prebuilt PCs are the most bang for your buck PC to be upgrading. If you want to spend $250 or under on a PC this is the way to go!
1.) Buy a *MINI TOWER ONLY*(NO SFF) Optiplex anything above a 700 model for $50-$140 depending on the CPU, RAM, and HDD quality to fit your needs. Make sure the CPU won't bottle neck the GPU you plan on buying.
2.) Once bought sell the PSU in the prebuilt(for like $10+shipping)
3.) Buy an 80+ rated 500W ($50 dollars max) and put it into the system
4.) The remaining balance buy a used entry level gpu and install it in the system
5.) BOOM gaming PC with amazing performance and value
I've done this and this is the only WORTH IT method to buy a prebuilt
Otherwise you're better off buying individual used parts and building it from scratch, or if you have the money buy new!
i hawe a studio xps from 2010 and it is soo good at gaming and recording and live streaming it can run any game no problem i canged graphic card and power supply so its safe and its a best pleas wreed this my graphic card is a radeon 560 4gb oc edition direkt ex 12 4k caan play vr to
Could you do a video on the Dell Inspiron 545 desktop pc? I have one, I know that it can be upgraded because it used to be my step dads and he upgraded the graphics card I think. But I want to know what other things I could upgrade. Like can I upgrade the motherboard?The ram? Can I upgrade to a better graphics card? Can I use a Niveda Graphics card? What brands of graphics cards and mother boards could I use? Will it support dual monitors? Can I use it as a gaming and live streaming pc streaming for twitch streaming?
I have a HP pavillion p6755sc (from like 2011) with a AMD athlon x4 640, 6 gig ram and 300 watt psu, currently running an amd Radeon HD 6570. Motherboard is The H-Alpinia-RS780L-uATX (Alpinia). I wonder If upgrading to some sort of gtx 1050 is a good idea? After puttningen in ssd, It got some serious speed, will a new gpu make some improvments as well?
I did this for my friend. He had a system like this with an i5 7400. He had a 1 TB HDD and a 8 GB of single stick DDR4 RAM, so I threw in the RX 460 and for good measure (simply for faster boot up) I put in a 128 GB SSD since he was on a budget. A couple months later, I added another 8 GB of RAM and now he's got a pretty good gaming system. It's not a beast, but it's still a pretty good one for what he ended up paying it for it all at the end.
hey i have a question if someone could please answer. i have a lenovo ideacentre 710 and i got a gigabyte gtx 1050 ti (double fan). the card requires a 6 pin connector. so what would i do? get a new power supply? it would really help if someone answered, thanks. im pretty sure its a 250 watt power supply
anyone can answer but i have an hp pavilion 550-150 and want to upgrade it, the problem is the psu is wicked low, around 180 watts, could i get away with just a graphics card or do i need to upgrade my psu as well and if so what would you recommend?
Need help im wondering what is the best graphics card i could buy with a dell inspiron 3668 without upgrading the power supply. Also the processor is intel core i5-7400 3.0Ghz and i have 8gb of ram or should i just go with this one.
So I recently tried to do this myself and your tutorial really helped! I'm just wondering if there were any issues you had to go through with installing the drivers for the RX 460. I've had a lot and I've done a lot of the things I've seen online, but haven't found a solution yet.
I have a Dell Optiplex 7040 which has almost the exact same specs of the Inspiron, but Optiplex has an i7 6700.
will I still be able to turn it into a gaming pc by adding a GTX 1050 Ti which only need 75W?
I bought an Acer Aspire TC-705 few years ago
the GTX 745 to GTX 1050 TI to GTX 1060 3 GB
The 300w PSU to a 650w PSU
The 2 TB 5400 RPM to a 2 TB 7200 RPM
and I got an SSD
I am planning to get a new wifi card, memory, case, and mobo.