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AlexG97

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  1. Thank you, everyone, seriously helped me look at everything with a more investigative eye. Much love to the LTT forums!
  2. Thank you for the insight and the help on the build
  3. I did see and like the build a lot, but unfortunately the size is actually none changeable for me. I'll be moving it a lot and I need it to be mini ATX case to make my life easier. Thank you though I definitely got the SSD from those offered builds lol.
  4. I did find that it got better user reviews. So I added it the current build I have has changed to this: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/AlexG97/saved/mPWqsY
  5. Which CPU would you recommend then, because everything I've looked at in or around the same price seems to bench worse than the i5 I currently have in the build? Also is PNY more reasonable than Kingston?
  6. I'm pretty adamant about sticking with intel, but I would like to know what's so bad about the SSD. It has over 200 user reviews, and a 4-star score on pc parts picker?
  7. Thank you both, Just real quick, will 8GB of ram do as well? I'm still trying to find places to cut costs for the monitor and found cheaper RAM (Kingston - HyperX Fury Black 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-2133 Memory), but I'm not sure how that will effect the total build. I know for most every game 8 is plenty but if I wanted to say run a dual monitor set up with chrome open with x number of tabs on it while also playing games on the other monitor will 8 be enough?
  8. Budget & Location The USA, only real tech place nearby is Best Buy. Aim I would like to be able to run most games on 1080 at 60+fps. CSGO, BF1, GTA, etc. I also will be in college with a roommate so I want to keep it smaller for factor and relatively quiet, not necessarily silent. Monitors One for the time being, But two in the future. Peripherals Have everything I need, but if there is a cheap 144hz monitor that anyone can recommend that would be great. This is the build I've come to. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/CBRYYr The budget is around $1000. I want to keep it intel based on preference, I want to keep it within budget, and I want it to be able to run 1080/60 fps for most of the newest games. Is what I have viable/ is what I want viable with what I'm willing to spend.Thank you for the help!
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