Is buying a gaming PC from a big box tech retailer a good idea? 🤔
The Best Prebuilt Gaming PC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bntO8Cm3X8
I’m in the process of building a gaming pc right now, i used to have a HP pavilion 550-a114 (my parents bought it on Black Friday to replace my previous pc). The HP decided to shit itself about a month ago after my mom ran an antivirus software and now the startup files are corrupted, and I had already wanted to build a new computer because that one was not performing very well. I’m the end I’m glad it happened, I don’t think I would’ve ever taken the leap if I didn’t actually need a new computer.
well u can get a prebuild pc but the downside is that you have stock cooler shit ram and psu and probably a factory mobo so they made a lot cuts to make it cheaper cuz i can can go out and buy a normal desktop pc and put a gpu on it game fro mocheap than that
I saw a variant of this computer with an i5 7400, a GTX 1060 3gb, 8GB of RAM, and a 1TB HDD going for $500 at Walmart during the holidays. I thought it was a pretty sick deal, however, I had no need for it for myself and was in the middle of building a similar spec'd PC for a similar price for a family member that would prefer something a bit more "gamer like" in look. But for those that were able to snag it at that price, kudo's to them!
Core I5 6400
Gtx 960 2gb
8 gigs of ram
1 terabyte hard drive
550 watt Corsair bronz 80 plus unit
Paid 390 buck (knock off a lot of monet cuz it was a pre used floor model) than spend 190$ on graphics card and psu
The pre build PC I bought is the Asus 32 cd
I don't know a lot of info on what is the difference for gaming and just normal use homework pc. like is the point of a gaming pc for hw is my hw going to look amazing 😂 example race car to get groceries same shit as a sedan getting groceries just gonna look better or does it actually matter for hw. Is ther a ultimate homework pc build ? 😂 I just wanna play battlefield and dayz and pubg on a pc and time to time do hw 😆 wrong pc for that or I have to buy a laptop for hw ?
I got this for free from a friend. For some reason this thing chugs new vegas, but I think its more of a compatibility issue.
With the money saved I can actually get a ps4 so I can get MY GODDAMN BLOODBORNE
Did you guys honestly expect to find an amazing prebuilt gaming PC for $600? And big box stores aren't your local flea market, you can't haggle with the salespeople. No one in the store is going to be able to do anything other price match a competitor, if that.
I got an i5 4590x, an msi 730, 500w PSU, 516gb, 8-16gb ram. (Not sure, got it switched because one of the 4gb didn’t support the other 4gb so i got it switched for something else. It’s pretty garbage, i’m planning on getting a 1080ti, i7-7700k, 16-32 gb ram, 1tb, i don’t know about the motherboard and the power supply. I’d like you to suggest a PSU and a motherboard (non-overclocked)
My custom PC build is
Intel core i7 8700k
MSI z370 SLI PLU
MSI GTX 1070TI DUKE
Corsair Dominator Platinum Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 3200MHz (PC4-25600) C16 16-18-18-34 ;)
Toshiba X300 4TB
& Samsung 960 EVO Series - 250GB PCIe NVMe - M.2
NZXT KRAKEN X62
NZXT S340 Mid Tower
All costs $1,920 so almost $2k. And I had my friend who's very good in computers help me pick some of these parts.
Ok PC peoples,
Ive always thought of getting into PC gaming but have no fucking clue what im doing. So if someone could help me out by telling what PC they have, what it can run at what settings and also where they got it from I would be very happy. Also what price (I have money but dont want to be ripped off).