Built a desktop to replace my ancient laptop!
Is that a Pack-a-Punched mouse???
Yes. Care to go on? Sick setup though. Nice theme. Wish you would post more.
Please post more pictures of your creation.
I would love to see more pics of the build itself, the setup looks nice though. Me personally I would have gone with Windows 10 (nonpro unless you need pro for something) and a 1050 (non Ti), but that is just me. Nice setup mate +1.
Ah, a DVD drive. A rare example of a near extinct creature. :P
Very nice build! I bet you will see very good 1080p gaming performance from this build. The only request I would make is to show more pics, so your build can be highlighted more.
man you should get like a razer blackwidow chroma tournament edition so you have extra space for your mouse. cause looks like u got no space lol.
Noice build, tho you paid 900 for a G4600 build
You are getting ahead of yourself here... First off, this won't be "10x faster". Maybe slightly faster at best. Also, this is not the true cost, as you have failed to post the price of your ssd and case. You also don't have your monitors included as she does. Perhaps next time, take time to thoroughly consider your comparison before you make your comment? Just a thought.
Still not 10x faster.
But $40 off, for 2 cores 4 threads that can keep up with ryzen cpu's and i3's and i5's it's not a bad decision. But i've seen it stutter in a few games due to 2 cores.
"But i've seen it stutter in a few games due to 2 cores."
I doubt you have even built a pc, let alone seen any stuttering on this cpu. I just put together a g4560 build for a friend, and it runs extremely well when paired with a 1050ti. Do me a favor, build some pcs, run your own benchmarks, then say something. Just a thought.
@LegitOpxrations This build would give you more bang for your buck. Don't waste your money on any third party air coolers for ryzen 3 cpus... They are a complete waste of money, since they come with the wraith coolers. You are way better off spending on a better ssd and hard drive. Also, if you do your research, gigabyte versions of the 1060 and rx 480 tend to over heat more than other brands. EVGA is extremelly reliable on this front, so I would opt for that over what you have selected. Hopefully this helps! https://pcpartpicker.com/user/guitpicker007/saved/7CLr7P
Ty for that build i'll just replace it with a overclockable cpu :). Ryzen 3 1200, $40 more but worth it in the long run.