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A Great Starting PC (with monitor,keyboard,mouse and wireless card)

by Ewheeler121



Date Published

Feb. 9, 2017

CPU Clock Rate

3.3 GHz

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.354 GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

7 GHz


If you want to get into PC gaming then i recommend this. It does very well on modern titles with at least 60 FPS. The most demanding titles like Crisis 3 is around 30, like a console. I included a keyboard,mouse,Monitor, and wireless Internet card(You can remove the card if your using a wire) because I wanted to stay true to it's price. The parts I didn't include is the OS because it's your choice. I didn't know any good headphones or speaker so you stuck there too.

Things to upgrade for better performance

Note: Find out the watts in case you need to upgrade the power supply

1.A better CPU(the CPU is fine however you could experience a little bottlenecking) 2. A better CPU cooler(this will keep the temperature of your PC at a low which is VERY important if you want to upgrade later on) 3. graphic card(Gtx 1060 is a great point, all the other higher I would consider elite level) 4. wired Internet(its the best option for PC and console to have a wired Internet) 5. RAM(8g is good for gaming but for other thing like video processing and other work stuff you might need more[16g would work]) 6. processor(the processor works fine but for that 3-5 more FPS you might want a i5) 7. mouse and keyboard(while the keyboard and mouse are reliable you can upgrade them to a higher level) 8. DUAL MONITORS(because why not)

Part Reviews


Works well and so far it hasn't bottleneck me with my gtx 1050.


Works very well for its price, I have no complaints so far.


Basic memory that is very reliable.


Very good hard drive for almost anything.

Video Card

I love this graphic card, It's perfect for almost any game but don't go all VR on this one.


Cheap and effective case, amazing build quality for this cheap of a case.

Power Supply

works great :) I have no complaints on this one.

Wireless Network Adapter

cheap and very good, I use it for gaming and it works better than the one in my laptop. I can't really see its true potential though because it's currently restricted to my router.


Needs to be a little cheaper but very good 1080p monitor.


Working great so far, I love this keyboard with it's pretty lights.

Comments Sorted by:

ztbahbaz 3 points 24 months ago

I would suggest a g4560 it is a couple of dollars more, but it has hyperthreading to act as if it had 4 cores. I think it is a pretty good idea to spend an extra $2 to have hyperthreading.

iAwesome4 1 point 23 months ago

I would go for maybe just a 350 watt psu to upgrade the graphics card if you want to because 500 watts is a bit overkill for this build.

Ewheeler121 submitter 1 Build 1 point 23 months ago

True but you should plan to upgrade in the future and 500W is enough for a gtx 1060 and a i5.

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Ewheeler121 submitter 1 Build 1 point 23 months ago

I took that picture on my now dead laptop :)

brandman32 1 Build 1 point 8 months ago

Did the monitor come with an HDMI cable?