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Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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xD

but it is nice when ppl like so i can get featured

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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yes absolutely! the cheapest a10 apu is about $100

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: The Cheapest Full/Complete Build Guide on PCPartPicker! No Parts Excluded! Still a Very Usable PC!

  • 48 months ago
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dang thats a lot! maybe split the video and upload it in 2 or 3 parts?

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: The Cheapest Full/Complete Build Guide on PCPartPicker! No Parts Excluded! Still a Very Usable PC!

  • 48 months ago
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hopefully it gets better but i cant wait; once it comes out ill start a lets play on utube.

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: The Cheapest Full/Complete Build Guide on PCPartPicker! No Parts Excluded! Still a Very Usable PC!

  • 48 months ago
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same. i played a bit of the beta the only thing is that i wish it was a bit easier to build track

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: The Cheapest Full/Complete Build Guide on PCPartPicker! No Parts Excluded! Still a Very Usable PC!

  • 48 months ago
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I can't wait for that game to come out but they haven't given us any info at all its driving me insane!!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: The Cheapest Full/Complete Build Guide on PCPartPicker! No Parts Excluded! Still a Very Usable PC!

  • 48 months ago
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but the shipping on them bumps the price way up plus psus that come w/ cases tend to blow up

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $400 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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yea i would recommend the r7 over the 750ti but like i said i put it in the guide and if i add it to the list it bumps the price a bit over 400. ill also add a little note about the cpu so people can get it if they want, thanks for pointing it out!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $400 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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I know the GPU is the most important part for gaming, but dang, that is pretty outstanding!

However I must ask what GPU they were using because if the GPU was the bottleneck it doesn't really count.

Also in more CPU intensive programs the 860K would outperform the 5350 significantly, just due to the fact that it has stronger cores, is newer, and has a much higher clock speed. I guess you can go with whatever you want but personally I would stick with this just because it is newer and will outperform in all non-gaming tasks.

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $400 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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hmm im not sure, i mean the 860k is a ton better than the 5350 and the 365/370 is only a marginal amount better than the 750 ti

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $400 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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the cheapest r7 265 though is 115 (including shipping) and most go for ~150, and the gtx 750ti is selling for 88.99.

i did however put an r7 370 in the guide so if people want a nicer alternative at a similar price they can go for that

thanks for the feedback! :D

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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oh crap xD my bad! ok will do!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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just to make sure 1k is 1920x1080 rte? or is it 720p?

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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yea sure ill get that posted asap!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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alright nice! and happy birthday!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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also make sure to post a completed build when ur done with some benchmarks/fps on games

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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nice! good luck on the build!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $400 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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Absolutely!! I ran it myself here are the fps i got http://pcpartpicker.com/b/Rs7hP6

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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Yes this would be a lot simpler that some of the other builds out there. there are tones of videos online that can help you. good luck and if you do build it make sure to post it as a completed build w/ some benchmarks!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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no not a weird question at all! The reason there is no video card in this build is because the CPU i chose is actually an APU which means it comes with integrated graphics. the amd a8 and a10 series chips are known for having particularly strong integrated graphics. The reason i didn't include the os is because most people have a copy of windows already and because you cant always put linux on there for free.

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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yes that would be possible but it would probably cost a bit more...

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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This should be great for that. Also check out my other guides if you want a little more performance without spending a ton.

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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not yet (i dont think, i could be wrong) but if anyone does i hope they post it as a completed build w/ some benchmarks/fps on games.

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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you would probably be able to oc a little on it but if you wanted to go all out then you would want an aftermarket cooler and a motherboard with heatsinks.

Comment reply on llevene's Completed Build: My First PC Build - $350 Gaming PC!

  • 48 months ago
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alright

Comment reply on llevene's Completed Build: My First PC Build - $350 Gaming PC!

  • 48 months ago
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nice!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $300 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Very Overclockable!

  • 48 months ago
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thanks! yea i was surprised at some of the prices i mean the ram price was unbelievable

Comment reply on LordoftheWild's Build Guide: Quark

  • 48 months ago
  • 2 points

Nice build, but a couple of critiques:

  1. Why go with the 6200? You could go for the 6300 which is around the same price and give you a much better performance.

  2. The GT 610 will be a HUGE bottleneck to the CPU, go for something like a GTX 750ti as a bare minimum.

  3. That HDD is an absolute rip off. You can find 1TB HDDs for under $50 that are 7200 RPM.

  4. That motherboard doesn't have SATA 6 GB/S, maybe go for the ASRock 970M Pro3?

Fix all that and you'll be good to go!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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the ram i choose is DDR3L which is supported by skylake

Comment reply on APhi11_3's Build Guide: Sub $200 PC for Light Games on Youtube and Homework

  • 48 months ago
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nice build, left a +1, but why spend so much on the case and psu on a build that uses 137W

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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thanks and yea im making edits to the list right now...

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: The Cheapest Full/Complete Build Guide on PCPartPicker! No Parts Excluded! Still a Very Usable PC!

  • 48 months ago
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yea it was only theoretical it would probably be better to go for something else but thanks for the feedback!

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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alright thanks for the heads up i will edit it...

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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lol xD just fixed it i went w/ the r7 ik its not that well known but its not that much slower than one of the samsungs and it sells for a lot cheaper...

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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but does it really effect anything?

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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oh shoot my bad i added the wrong one just a sec....

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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i just updated the list and added a better ssd

Comment reply on llevene's Build Guide: Amazing Under $500 Bang for Your Buck Gaming PC! Crazy Performance!

  • 48 months ago
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okay ill get rid of the ssd but whats wrong with the psu i mean i know its not made with the most high quality parts but its very reliable (i have one myself) and it gets 4 star reviews so obviously other people were pleased with it too. further more this build doesn't put it under any significant stress

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