Description

This build is used for light gaming. System runs all games with better settings than a console which is good enough for me. Overwatch and PUBG get upwards of 60 frames on high settings.

Part Reviews

Motherboard

I don't really know how I ended up with this board since there weren't any reviews and it's a micro ATX but nonetheless it's an OK board. One problem I have with it though is there is only one plug for the system fans.

Memory

Very good deal. The RAM may not look pretty but I don't care for the price. Some people have been complaining that the stick doesn't run at 2400 unless you have 2 but I haven't had a problem with it.

Storage

Great option for those on a budget. I didn't want to have to buy an SSD so this is the cheaper option while still faster than an HDD.

Video Card

Coming from a gaming on a console, I get by just fine with this card. Frames are good and the graphics are still better than a console.

Case

It's a good buy for the money but the screws came already stripped. Only 5 of the 6 screws are actually in place because most of them don't screw in tightly. Other than that, the screwless hard drive holder is cool and the 2 fans which come with the case and the blue lights are a plus.

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Comments

  • 18 months ago
  • 1 point

Aesthetics aren't a strong point, the 1300x could've been a 1200 or a 2200g An SSD would fit in very well here too

  • 18 months ago
  • 1 point

i would really spend £25 and get a kingston A400 ssd. These things are so cheap but you can trust them. SSD honestly make everything feel so much quicker and snappier. I would move your os onto it and chrome, and then any of your most frequently used games/ programs

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