So a couple of weeks ago my moms friend asked for advice because she needed a new PC for her family. I told her that i could build her one so she could save a couple of bucks i had a budget of 850 ish bucks. But all peripherials had to be included. I came up with the part list and started ordering the parts. I think i managed to get a decent PC together which can handle everyday task and is powerful enough so her son can play some games on it if he wants.
The build took longer than expected because university got a bit in the way. i finally got to install the OS and all the drivers today. To be honest i am glad that i can get this PC out of my room now
I just love this little thing...
Pretty basic board. Only one system fan header. If you are on a budget its good i guess. The manual that comes with included is very bad and tells you nothing really about the motherboard. the full manual is online.. I like having a good physical manual..
it does what it should and is cheap. Since its black it definitely looks better than other budget RAM sticks.
I really like WD and their products. The only downside compared to the WD Blue SSD is that the green one has lower write speed. Since this is used as the drive OS it doesnt matter.
Great HDD for the budget! Good quality
nice little budget card
You get what you pay for. Not a lot of room in it. One of the holes for a mobo standoff was broken and i couldnt screw one standoff in. otherwise its good for a budget build
Not a bad PSU but you dont get much cables..
A bit noisy but does the job and is Cheap. already used this one in two builds
Interface is really good and userfriendly