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  1. SLV77

    Just looking for your thoughts

    Last night I had went back into part picker and kept what suggestions I had gotten in mind. I removed the Corsair and then went on to change the CPU, PSU, RAM, and Motherboard. So, I will list the new list and you guys can tell me if it's a great improvement. Also, this raised the price to being right under $500 so this will be either above budget or below budget depending on time. Plus, I also am showing the changes in this post just in case you feel the need to scroll up. CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 Ryzen 5 2600 (Also using the cooler that comes in the box with the cpu) Motherboard: ASRock A320M-ITX Gigabyte B450 I Aorus pro RAM: 16 GB G.Skill Aegis at 2800 MHz 16GB ADATA XPG Gammix DDR4-3000 SSD: Kingston A400 (This is pretty cheap, but, it's something. Better than a HDD.) Case: Cooler Master Elite 130 Mini ITX PSU: 550 watt Corsair CX, 80+ Bronze Certified 550 watt Corsair RMx 80+ Gold, fully modular So, those are the changes I had made. Looking over these I am more confident this time around. Other than the SSD, maybe. But I don't mind getting rid of it. Since, this time things seem much more promising than the last list. But, perhaps there could be things that are still able to be changed around. So, I don't mind people putting their input on this as well.
  2. SLV77

    Just looking for your thoughts

    Thank you so much for the advice, everyone. I'll be sure to keep it in mind for future reference.
  3. I am new to pc building so I need advice for later on, and I need to know exactly what faults are in my choosing so I don't do something improper, or something that will just limit me. So, let's say I have about $500 dollars to spend on pc upgrades, and I wanted a different case so I could fit it in the cubby of my desk, therefore allowing me to have more space in my room for other stuff. I would plan on doing some gaming, and some work. I wouldn't overclock anything since I have no reason to in my eyes. Really, nothing TOO crazy. Just something that'll get me medium settings in 1080p at the minimum if I am honest. So, I came up with something priced at $490.66 total (at the time of making this post). Tell me how you all think of it and if there is something dumb that I did, lemme know. Oh, and, the situation is hypothetical, so, it I did do something dumb, don't worry, I haven't spent a penny on anything. Plus, for reference, I currently have a Dell Precision T5500 with a RX580 put into there, with it running on 6 GB RAM. CPU: Ryzen 5 1600 Cooler: Corsair H80i Motherboard: ASRock A320M-ITX RAM: 16 GB G.Skill Aegis at 2800 MHz GPU: I currently run a RX580, I don't see a reason to upgrade this. Case: Cooler Master Elite 130 Mini ITX PSU: 550 watt Corsair CX, 80+ Bronze Certified Again, just wanna have your input on this, so I don't make mistakes in the future.
  4. Hello. My first day here this seems fun

    1. Cyberspirit

      Cyberspirit

      Welcome, welcome.

    2. Imbellis

      Imbellis

      Welcome to the forum! If you've got any questions about tech in general, there is usually somebody here that knows about it.

    3. SLV77

      SLV77

      Thank you!

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