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  1. Thinking of getting an old HP Compaq 6710B from eBay at around 115 USD, then thinking of upgrading the CPU (if possible) and maybe the RAM to a build that suits me. An i5 6600K (or non-K) 8 gigs RAM Fresh copy of Windows 7 Is it possible and do you think it would make sense or a better option would be a Macbook Air or a Thinkpad T470. Needs are programming and rarely some engineering rendering stuff. Thoughts?
  2. I couldn't find any good Corsair PSU, so getting a 450VS (I don't think I need much of a "gaming rig" PSU) and seems pretty promising. Its modular and energy effecient, has all the right PCIe connectors too. What say?
  3. Heads Up! I squeezed in a bit of stuff. Sacrificed my i5 6600 and settled for an i3 6100 Skylake clocked at 3.7 and for the graphics card I chose a Zotac GTX 960 AMP Edition ( i don't know what that means) 2GB DDR5, an ASUS H110M 6th Gen DDR4, a Kingston HyperX Fury DDR4 8 gig memory stick and a Corsair VS 650 watt Probably can step down the PSU to 500 W, what do you think?
  4. Lays is right. You should probably go with an i5 6600 or 6600k(if you want to overclock it). Your build seems pretty cool and you really shouldn't compromise with your CPU.
  5. I don't expect much out of this build but I think my motherboard supports overclocking non K processors. So could it run Battlefield 4 at high settings with a respectable and playable frame rate? I just hope my hardware doesn't bottleneck my CPU.
  6. I live in India. The currency is Indian Rupees. So its about 60,000 rupees. Apple to apple conversion gives you around 900 USD. Remember, we also need to incur the stupid taxes and the import duties so that raises the cost a bit.
  7. My budget isn't so large. And yes, I missed out the power supply, here goes. Corsair CP-9020098-UK VS Series VS650 650 Watt Power Supply Unit
  8. Hey guys, what's up? I'm building a gaming PC and need some advice on if the build is compatible and will work like a charm. It is my first time building a PC so I may commit some stupid errors so feel free to criticize but if you do, advise me as to what is right. So, here goes.. My Build: Intel i5 6600 FCLGA 1151 @ 2.90 Ghz Asus H110M-D - 6th Generation DDR4 MotherBoard (LGA1151, DDR4 2133Mhz, Parallel + Com + VGA + HDMI Ports, MicroATX Board) Dragon War Sencaic Gaming Keyboard and Mouse HP 22es Display 54.6 cm, 21.5 inch IPS LED backlit monitor WD Blue 1TB Desktop Internal HDD 2 x Kingston DDR4 HyperX Fury 2133 Mhz DDR4 CL14 24-pin-DIMM Memory MSI GeForce GTX 750Ti GAMING DirectX 12 N750Ti TF 2GD5/OC 2GB 128-Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card Cooler Master K380 / Window / USB 3.0 PC Case (included one Red LED Fan) 2x Cooler Master 120mm Sickleflow x LED Fan Cooler Master V1 IC Value Thermal Compound So, does this PC Build Work? I know the Graphics Card is DDR5 and my Motherboard and RAM are DDR4. I hope that isn't a problem. Also, my motherboard says 2133 Mhz I think while my i5 is clocked at 2.90 Ghz. Should that be a problem? Thanks in Advance!
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