Spock: I'm intersted in switching from console to PC. I have no idea how to build
one or how any of the parts work, so can someone give me any
recommendations on something that can do gaming and school work for around
$700? Nothing fancy, just something that works slightly above average than
TubbyBat: Bitch, I ain't no sheep
Prince Vegeta: whats the best ready made gaming desktop? like under £1000
Sime Stojcevski: Just dont use AsRock motherboard NEVER!!!
Cedric Vereecke: howmuch did it cost?
john cavender: ah dude ram was put in wrong 2 chips only should go in slot 1 and 3 not 1
and 2 you need to explain the process not just talk bs
fattyz1: My set up is not all that different but I think the next thing is the SSD.
STOKESY 90210: how is it the best 2013 pc if it came out in january??
Mike Jones: Im going to be building a new gaming PC in about 2 months. My budget is
roughly 800-$1000. Can anyone help me decide on parts and such??? I cannot
decide to save my life.
Jacob Peters: how much did this all cost
Razor338: Can it run DayZ?
Thijs Van Dalen: i am using almost the exact setup (i added 8GB ram and an 120GB SSD) and im
using an 430W PSU
Skinny MusicBG: u forgot the thermal paste on the CPU
mafiashipment: Were you drawing Walter White at the end?
DaphneElaine: no thermal paste?
Rene Gogier: srsly?
if on a budget id go with a AMD Processor+Motherboard from asrock.... and
no k version if id buy an intel
Daniel heater: right on but zoom out I can't see crap thanks though
Norman Wink: the ram is not aligned correctly
Sam vinnik: u forgot thermal paste e,e
Dine Zraq: CaN IT RUN GAMES SMOOTH?
Intel Core i5-3570 3.4GHz CPU
8GB DDR3 Memory
AMD Radeon HD 7850
1000GB Hard Drive
3 Years Warranty
Nerdguy: not bad
Ivar Sundfjord: I do both, but i reccomend PC most. More games, better graphics.
Kristo Nuut: he has no idea what so ever about building an pc or building budget pc..
David Day: am I the only one who doesn't under stand cpu and all that jiz because im
not a nerd -_-
snuitjeneus: Performance wise, the RAM is put in the wrong slots... And otherwise, yes,
it depends on the person's preferences (e.g. likes to make stuff more
difficult than necessary)
zach thomas: pc
jeoway: You aren't suppose to throw away that black cover over the CPU Socket .-.
Gosh, do you people not know the socket on there is fragile and that is
needed for warranty and/or to protect it if you upgrade it... KEEP
EVERYTHING THAT COMES WITH YOUR HARDWARE! EVEN THE ANTI-STATIC BAGS AND BOW
TIES THAT COME WITH EVERYTHING! LITERALLY EVERYTHING!
jeoway: You need a good processor for minecraft and a good gpu for blacklight
retribution (or any game for that matter)
samer312: put your memory in wrong
RubberDiscGaming: 200-400fps on 4gb of RAM? Are you having a freaking laugh
Vladimir Petrov: I agree for all of the stuff you pointed out exept for the ram, maybe that
way the mobo runs them in dual channel mode and since they aren't colour
coded we can never know exept if we read the manual. I don't mean to insult
Max Kolesnyk: i really recommend buying/building a pc because you can very easily
multitask while gaming/doing work or watching movies/vids. for example:
while your game is loading you can go check facebook or watch some youtube
vids. on console you will have to exit the game to do that... + it takes
like 10x longer to do all that. hape that helped a bit :)
InDaBowl: how long would this take for some one who has NEVER built a pc before?
Dale Nichols: actually in the manual of that mother board, to use duel channel on the
memory you'll need to put the ram in socket A1 and B1 (the slot closest and
the third away from the processor) doing so like in the video will not take
advantage of this slowing the system down a bit
Elijah Schmidt: How much it cost I'm starting to game and looking for what I should do PC
god bee: mc is cpu based
Max Kolesnyk: on this pc you will get around 200-400 if u got optifine u might get up to
Karem Zakey: Dose the internet speed affect it
E. Joseph: I have only heard it is better in a sense that it is "fresh"? Kind of like
getting fresh fruit from canned fruit. I have heard it doesn't matter much,
but in personal experience, my processor never fried using my own, but a
friends did using the stock. If you do use you own, you only want to put a
little on and spread it around just enough to cover the whole thing. You
don't want it to be super thick. Hope that helps
Elijah Schmidt: Thnx it really helped but can u upgrade a laptops ram cause i might get a
laptop would it be good for blacklight retribution if it has 4gb ram and
god bee: the cpu is a but old and try 8 gb of ram
Christian Oldenborg: the cooler has a pre applied ;)
村上 裕李: cooler goes after when water cooling also the ram is different for each
motherboard mine is from the right his may be from the left mabye he wants
it to look neater and i agree that you should put in psu first
Timmothy Waffleburger: How? Maybe not Crisis 3, but he can definitely play games at high settings.
Nappa Gigante: Haha I see, I am used to applying some Icd7 instead of the stock TIM. I
usually get at least -7,-10 C temperatures as opposed to stock.
Kingofkings5888: does this render good
DuinbergenGames: It does matter, low end motherboards won't support SLI or crosfire, have
bad audio, won't support a lot of ram, won't support many fans, won't
support a lot of drives etc. The point of going to a higher end motherboard
is due to the extra possibilities its offers. Personally, I have the
Z87-G45 from MSI, and it was 135 euro's. I couldn't go much lower, becouse
I wanted SLI support.
MonkeyHero000: The comment I was looking for.
Fishinpro322: Are you trolling or just plain retarded