in that case wouldnt I just get a 3600?
I would say $700-800 would be my budget. If i get a new cpu I also have to get new mobo, and I'll be upgrading my RAM and power supply
Do you have a cheaper alternative Motherboard suggestion thats still good? I was thinking of the ASRock B450M PRO4
Sorry I bought 2 fans, so can I put one into the one that has 1 pin missing?
Yeah its 15 pin VGA
Alright thanks. Wow surprised its only 1.99 and it will work lol! Some I saw in store so much.
I'm in Canada. The 750 Ti is comes to 187.85. I also just found an adapter, would this work:
It's really outside of my budget.
Would this fit/work in with my motherboad. (I know noob question)
What makes the Ti so much better , just wondering? it's sorta outta my budget but if it's really worth the extra $ I'll get it
EDIT: oh I also forgot I'm using a VGA monitor ATM , I don't think Ti has vga
Yeah I realized that I need a bigger psu for better GPU after i got all my parts lmao. And yeah I get really lost on what gpu I can run b/c of the power. Like your saying apparently I can run 260x? When ever I read the specs for it, they always say 500W psu. But yeah I really do want a geforce gtx. Really impressed by it's performance in videos.
I'm not that big on Assassins creed anymore tbh. I just remembered it so I listed it. The one I would play is Black Flag. And I don't think I can use 260x b/c my power supply is 430W
Yeah the computer wasn't responding when my keyboard/mouse (USB2.0 compat.) were plugged in the 3.0 slots during installation.
Hey thanks, I realized my mouse/keyboard were plugged in usb 3.0 ports, should have been 2.0
This is the best I can do, you approve?
Is there a huge difference between the ram's?
I readjusted some parts, tell me what you think of this:
That's an amazing computer comes out to $456 canadian. I'm going to check on Saturday if one of my old computer cases I can use to make the new comp. Is there anything you can remove with your build by maybe $50? Btw I'm not that familiar with AMD CPU's tbh.