Description

A small PC Gaming without pretensions. Designed to play in Full HD. It was assembled from several components more or less old which I did not use any more. I thought it would be easier to sell these assembled components in a PC than to try to sell it separately.

The "Deathmatch 6" case by Spirit of Gamer has the advantage of having a tempered glass panel and two fans rimmed RGB for only 30 euros. But apart from that, it is of very poor quality: the cable management is very complicated, the tail of the left panel is very thin and fragile, the fixing system of the hard drive is extremely basic, propagating vibrations to the whole structure. The fans are nice but can only be connected to a molex plug, prohibiting any speed regulation: it's noisy for nothing.

For the same price, I think it is more interesting to buy a less beautiful case but offering technical services a little bit more decent.

The PC works very well despite that. The PSU swears a bit because I took it from my main PC which is much more upscale. The graphics card is very quiet and I was surprised by the quality of the Wraith Stealth that came with the Ryzen 1200. The motherboard is entry level but the bios is OK, quite simple to use.

Tested with "Rise of the Tomb Raider", the PC holds 60 fps. Which is very good for a machine whose value I evaluate at 350 €. Components have never been so cheap for a long time, we can now afford powerful PCs for a reasonable price.

Comments

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

only 30EUR for a case with 2 rgb fans? If that's actually tempered glass and not acrylic, no matter how low quality any of it is that is an amazing deal

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

As I wrote, it looks nice, but it's very cheap inside...

  • 5 months ago
  • 1 point

Solid inexpensive gaming rig right here. How much of an overclock were you able to give that chip? I realized the 1000 and 2000 series are hardly different in terms of single-thread/multi-thread, so I'm probably going buy this CPU.

  • 4 months ago
  • 1 point

Hey, sorry for the delay. I did not try to OC the CPU, Wraith Stealth is a decent cooler, but I don't trust it for OC.