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I needed something small and could play the games that I wanted to play for a really low amount of money but, I wanted it to be up gradable so the case was my first choice.
The Coolermaster Elite 110 case gets the job done perfectly. It was the cheapest mItx case and is really compact and just perfect for everything I was using plus it fits a normal power supply and a 2 slot gpu incase I want to throw in a GPU in the future.
The next thing I purchased was the hard drive and ram from a friend who had some spare so I gave him 15$ for both the 2x4GB 1600mhz crucial ram and the 500gb hard drive.
After that a few weeks went by and I found the Rosewill Stallion 400w on sale for 29$ + a 10$ MIR so I pounced on it good deal works great. I like Rosewill a lot they have never let me down. Will be surely good enough for a 750 ti or even an RX 460 if I plan to get one.
My choice on the APU took a while at first I found the a8 7600 on ebay with stock cooler for only 52$ so I was really tempted on that but, about 5 minutes later I found on Hardware Swap an a10 7860k for only 60$ that didn't come with the stock cooler so I was like that will surely play what I want I only play LoL, Gw2, CSGO, GTA V and other low demanding games. So I bought that and got the cheapest cooler I could find and suprisingly enough this cooler holds a stable overclock of 4.0ghz turns my A10 into a real 860k same physics score in 3D Mark now.
Then I bought the cheapest mitx mobo I could find it was the Asrock FM2+ mini itx mobo. works fine and overclocks nicely.
The keyboard and mouse I bought are wireless since I didn't want cords everywhere they are not Logitech its a generic brand and they are terrible but they will get the job done for now.
My monitor is very small and its only 1280 x 800 its one I've had for ages from an old COMPAQ i bought in like 2008 so It goes great with my APU.
Really pleased with this PC and the price will most likely put a dedicated GPU in at some point down the road if I need it.
BENCHMARKS: GTA V - Normal Preset 1280 x 800 - 35 - 50FPS (I just Half vsync it so its locks at 30fps) CSGO - Med Settings 1280 x 800 Dust 2 Compet - 100+ fps Rocket League - Med Settings 1280 x 800 - 60fps Guild Wars 2 - Max settings 1280 x 800 - 30fps I just lock it using the ingame 30fps cap
I tried playing Battlefield 1 but sadly I deemed it unplayable it was about 17 - 25 fps all low on a 64 player server Ive heard people with faster ram being able to play it but, idk maybe mine didn't install right or something but it was unplayable no matter the setting or resolution
EDIT: 3/13/2017 Gave the PC to my sisters boy friend as I went and built my self something better. He has been playing it like crazy so nothing went to waste he said it was struggling with some games so I bought an R7 260x to put in it. Now plays everything just fine. He mainly plays Black Ops 3 and CSGO.
Love this I got this for 60$ used and it was able to play games at 720p no problem what so ever and it just blows my mind that iGPU's are this good nowadays I remember trying to play games like Quake with the ATI Xpress 200 iGPU in the mid 2000's and it was impossible to play anything. So I mean I pretty much got an 860k + R7 240 for 60$ Easily runs the popular games (CSGO, DOTA, LoL, WoW) and can surprise you with other games as well. Great purchase.
Cheap and is better than an AMD stock cooler. Seems very cheaply built but, for 9$ who cares really haha. It works
Worked and overclocked nice
slow but i only paid 5$
Amazing case, my favorite part of the build
good PSU for the price and Rosewill has been a reliable company for me. Rosewill is very underrated for PSU's have used 4 so far and never had any issue
Cheap and works for the most part it does drop connection depending on where I have my PC set though.