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ThoughtA's Build Guide: Great Gaming Build

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80-wattHamster 1 Build 1 point 8 months ago

Taking out a storage device is an option. I'd suggest keeping the SSD if you do; that'll avoid the hassle of migrating or reinstalling the OS should you add an HDD later. Reducing drive sizes is also possible. Removing the HDD and replacing the SSD with a 120GB model save about the same amount of money. Going with a 1TB HDD rather than 2TB nets another ~$15. My best suggestion, however, is a 240GB/1TB combo.

Orfsports 1 point 8 months ago

Do I need the cable mod kit or is it useless?

80-wattHamster 1 Build 1 point 8 months ago

100% optional. It's entirely cosmetic.

Orfsports 1 point 8 months ago

Ok. Sorry for asking so many questions. This is my first time getting a gaming PC and I have no idea what I'm doing. Is it worth it for 88$ to get windows 10 and if I don't get it what will the computer have to start off with

80-wattHamster 1 Build 1 point 8 months ago

No apology necessary. You'll definitely want to get Windows, preferably full version on USB. There will be no software or operating system pre-installed.

Orfsports 1 point 8 months ago

Are you saying that if I buy it with windows 10 it will come on a flash drive?