Marcus Alsaker: How much has the price dropped since this video?
Panaigialeios xin zhao: 2013-2014 take ivy bringe?hmm no thanks
MrOriginal: ok so I need to know these are all the parts I need nothing else right?
ImportNation: Whats the point of manual focus if you are not going to focus? Good video
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
Prince Vegeta: whats the best ready made gaming desktop? like under £1000
Sime Stojcevski: Just dont use AsRock motherboard NEVER!!!
TubbyBat: Bitch, I ain't no sheep
Cedric Vereecke: howmuch did it cost?
David Davis: Like you said most people watching have not built a pc. I would have
demonstrated applying thermal paste
Stian Granheim: My setup :
Cooler master stryker
Intel core i7
Asus Geforce 780 3Gb
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Anthony Games: Please reply I need your help! The "ASRock Z77 Extreme4-M LGA 1155 Intel
Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard" is out of stock
what do you think i should replace it with?
Alan Vangjeli: omg he put the cpu after putting th mb in the case omg -_-
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??
Jono COD: What are specific FPS good could be 40 or like 80 big difference
Droskio: So how much does the other build cost, not the recommended one?
Combine61103: Can it run world of tanks max settings?
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
Norman Wink: the ram is not aligned correctly
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
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
Daniel heater: right on but zoom out I can't see crap thanks though
Curtis McAllister: How much does it all cost? Please tell me
The1ZANDER1: the problem with PCs is that every piece get updated probably next day or
week so the PC will keep getting old so fast and i may not last a month and
u find new generation of pieces or gaming PCs,too fast development!
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.
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 :)
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
Aditya Udayana: does newegg do delivery to australia?
Jeremy10001000: It's more, cheaper and less power, but not enough to be not worth it. Best
bang for your buck. I have an i5 3570k though
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!
4244Ben: whats the fps on bf3 or arma 2
spongeclips: It really depends on which cooler you are using. If you go with the boxed
one, then it's fine ;)
koenrad: I suggest the z77 extreme6 motherboard, it has two x16 pcie 3.0 slots for
xfire/sli, it also uses a broadcom network chip rather than Realtek. I
originally went with the extreme4, but the integrated network was crap, and
I had to RMA it. I absolutely abhor Realtek. The extreme6 is definitely
worth the extra money.
FazteztReloadGaming: insert the cpu in the motherboard before the mobo in the case