YO Whats up its ya boy. Today im gonna show you my rig that I built for $25 Thanks for checking the build out and let me know in the comments what you think. All feed back is appreciated. I put a lot of hardwork and thinking into this build. Jk :)
I bought a 1080 27" 60 Hz monitor off of the letgo app for $30!!! But that's not the good part. He gave me his old rig for free!! yes free. There was one problem however. It didn't come with a hardrive or gpu and only had 4gigs of ram! Time to dig into the old ram bucket. (lol) managed to find 2x4 ddr3 sticks that work perfectly. also took a 500g out of a old living computer as well as the gpu. 8600gt. I soon found out that wasnt going to cut it so what do I do?
I look on letgo again :) Found a 560 non ti for $25!! Can you believe it? get home and find out that the psu only has one 6 pin long enough for the card and I need two. hmm.. I can order a $15 splitter to make a 6x2 pin. Or I can whip out the tool box and cut a short one and put it on the 1x6 pin cable for free... I choose you! Thank you wire experience :)
Now to the hard drive haha. Boot it up and realize its 90% full and running vista. hmm not gonna work is it? Guess its time to try one of those $20 windows 10 key right? Nope! Found out you can get windows 10 for free by skipping the key wow! So I load my usb and try to load windows 10 on my hardrive. and you'll find this funny, it takes off my vista but keeps everything else and give an error saying I don't have the necessary files. Well lets try and clean install instead. no luck... Luckily I am so smart with computers and I knew how to use google! big props to my main man Bob for making an article for wiping a hardrive through cmd. Time to download!
TL:DR ( Computer was a pain but I ended up fixing it. )
Benchmarks below ->
World of Warcraft
Runs at high settings 60+ fps
League of Legends
Runs at ultra settings 200+ fps
Black ops 3
Med settings 60+ fps
Runs at highest settings 150+ fps
Works really well! runs pretty quiet after cleaning it up. Only had one 6 pin long enough for gpu, so I had to do some modifications to add another 6 pin