If you happen to have a local microcenter, they generally have great deals. I've seen 144hz monitors go for $119 at microcenter. I believe they also ship stuff, not so sure though.
Okay, thank you!
I'm using the Ryzen 5 2400g and the computer is used for gaming or whatever. I want to get more because the APU takes up 2gb of my ram, so I'm basically using 6gb of ram.
When I move the cable, it's the side near the headset.
Okay, thank you.
I have sone ethernet cables so I could try this out. Thanks for replying!
Ok thanks for the info! I'll still try to research more before buying that WiFi adapter but if I find that it is the WiFi adapter then I'll go with that. So thanks!
The router is not provided by the provided or the internet. The speeds I'm not so sure about. Dunno what you mean by fiber or copper. The router is set up at a high point in the house. No it's not in a closet. No it's in the kitchen. Not on the floor. I have plenty of space between the neighbors and me. It's set up in the kitchen up high and the kitchen does in fact have a microwave but nothing else really. Assuming we're not going diagonal and we're just going straight forward back left right up and down about 2 walls plus a floor. Thank you for responding!
From time to time maybe but they still have way better network performance than me.
For your part list I would recommend a 1x8gb stick instead of the 2x4gb sticks because you put an APU on that list and you probably read somewhere that APU's work better with dual channel. But I would just go with 1x8gb stick to save space and hopefully money.
The HP-Omen will get better performance due to it's GTX 1060 while the (I'm gonna guess it's a G7) G7 has the Max-Q version of the GTX 1060 which apparently means that it uses less power (Worse performance) but keeps the laptop a little cooler. But if you just wanna stream I would recommend just a PC unless you intend to carry around your device everywhere. But for the $1000 range you could build a high end gaming PC. But that's all I can say so GL on your quest!
Um not sure if this counts but I had this habit before where I pressed shift at the beginning of each word so I'd type like this "Hello How Are You Doing Today." The surprising thing is I typed faster doing that but I stopped doing it once I had to start doing essays and stuff like that...
The build looks great! Did you have any problems with the Non-Modular PSU? And for the WiFi adapter how's the range and performance?
Thank you it looks really good and I really do wanna try a PCIe after the USB one failed. But can you tell me what the range on it is though? As I set up my PC down in my basement so it's a little far from the Router.
Ok thanks for the explaination!
Ok I will thanks!
Some casual stuff like World of Warships until I get Overwatch or something. Thanks for the reply!
Kschendel stated a good ssd but if you wanna save like a dollar or two get the Inland 240GB. In terms of reliability they're the same. Glad to help!
You could grab an SSD to add on to the HDD. The SSD shows a little gaming performance (Well it did for me) plus it also will boot stuff faster such as windows and stuff. And it also depends on what you mean by cheap. You could get a 570/580 but that would be on the more expensive side.
Ok then I'll go with the one which is cheaper :D Wait they're the same price XD. Thanks!
Depends I would personally keep it if I were them and I was on a budget but it doesn't hurt to spend like $60 dollars on a newer/better PSU
So the salvageable parts would be the hard drives obviously. The GPU (970) is still pretty good. Keep the PSU also but then with those parts build a new pc with a new motherboard that supports DDR4 ram and 6/7th gen Intel CPUs unless if you go with AMD. If you're on a budget go with AMD. It's more bang for buck so I would go for that if you're on a smaller budget. Though keep in mind Intel does do a little better in gaming... (Maybe like a 10 FPS difference.) The 970 if you want to game with the games you mentioned up there will hold out for a little bit but I would keep it in your build then when you have more money get a good GPU like the GTX 1070. But if you wanna play and do stuff immediately I would go with the 1070/1080 (1070 ti price and 1080 price are so close now.) As for the monitor it's a good monitor 25" with 244Hz but that's when I read something else... IT USES FREESYNC.... So I would get a AMD GPU since it uses freesync. The opposite of the GTX 1070 is the Vega 56. So I would get the Vega 56 for that monitor but if you change monitors that doesn't have freesync then go with the GTX 1070.
I see nothing wrong with the build so good job! It should be able to run Fortnite maybe not ultra settings but high maybe... CoD I'm not so sure about it.
Uh it is a proper mechanical keyboard... It uses Outemu Blue switches and it has blue backlighting... So I mean it's a good deal...
The case you have is $50 dollars less than the NZXT H700i but this has great airflow from what I've heard, great cable management and it's got a side panel :D
Oh ok thanks for the explanation!
So you're saying a 1080 would be the max?
Oh ok thanks for saying that or else I would've done something negative to Renvaren.. Welp then I dunno I got nothing cause the PSU I got is not back to it's original price so IDK sorry.
I believe you could change the PSU (Power Supply) to the SeaSonic - 520W 80+ Bronze Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply
It's a PSU from SeaSonic which is a good brand if you don't already know. But not sure what tier this thing is on the PSU Ranking thing... Though if I were to guess I'd say at least Tier 3 and it's cheaper with more wattage. It would bring your cost down only by $10-ish though so sorry that's the best I could do..
But if you have a local Micro Center I would check out their prices. My local Micro center has a Ryzen 3 2200G for $79.99. So I would just check Micro Center if it's near by and/or I would change the PSU to SeaSonic 520 80+ Bronze.
So I think this build could work for you. It's only got a 1060 6gb though... That might be a problem but besides that everything else seems fine though not sure about CPU Coolers as I don't know much about them. But everything else seems fine though might wanna get 2 more case fans at least.. But since I'm not the best at this (Currently waiting for my parts to build my first build...) I would wait until somebody betters comes around but here ya go!
I'll try but by the time all my parts come in it'll be like next few weeks or so.. Then I have school... I'll try though!
Oh ok, yeah I'll check that!
Ok... What do you mean? Whatever you mean I'll check anyways once I build it. And thanks for replying!
I decided to get low SSDs because right now I have a low storage SSD laptop right now and it's not half full from last time I checked. But thanks!
Here's a few..
$32.24 This keyboard is Outemu Blue :
$59.99 This keyboard is Cherry MX Blue :
$87.90 This keyboard is Cherry MX Red :
The list looks fine. It's looks like a great build and it depends on what you're planning to use it for. I'm currently waiting for my aprts for my first build too. The waiting is sorta annoying but it'll be worth it (Hopefully... XD) so I'd say just enjoy the build and the building of the pc build.
Good to know, thanks!
Agreed, it's great to have some other opinions besides my own it makes me feel more confident about it. So thanks!
Thanks I checked the stuff but I decided to go with the Redragon S101 but again thanks!
Ok I'll wait for other responses but thanks!
Uh no thanks?
I would get it cause if you break it down (Desktop parts not the mobile parts as laptops have a different looking GPU.)
I5-7300HQ (I'd say around $150) $150
16GB G.Skill Ripjaw 2666 (Maybe $140 ish) $140
1050ti 4gb ($200 for this thing...) $200
As you can see all of that is already worth $490... And I haven't included the screen and SSDs. Though I would check to make sure if anything happened to it or how long it was used. But again since it's used bring down the price a little but the price would be the same if not higher when adding the SSDs and such. So yeah go for it but just be careful.
I'm sorry but it's not possible for you to get a build for 100 pounds... CPU maybe 45 ish pounds and motherboard is a little higher.. So sorry..
Ok I'll check it thanks!
I think I can survive with 120gb. I'm only gonna be playing games such as Roblox (Lol) Minecraft (Uh) World Of Warships (Better) and perhaps Overwatch. And I'll have no photos (I don't take pictures.. Even if I did they would be bad and I would delete them anyways XD.) But thanks for the reply!