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Papabear1977

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  1. I would like to stay around $1000-1250 dollars US, I have a micro center nearby town so that helps with choices.
  2. Hey all, Looking to create a Streaming/Gaming machine to do 3 Eve Online accounts while streaming on twitch. Also my daughter wants to have her own stream for games so we going to try it out together. This is the build that I am thinking, CPU: Ryzen 7 2700X - $159.00 Mobo: ASRock B450M Pro4 - $79.99 RAM: G.Skill Ripjaw V 16GB (2 x8 GB) 3200 - $68.99 Video: MSI - GeForce GTX 1660 Super Ventus XS Overclocked Dual-Fan 6GB GDDR6 - $239.99 SSD: Inland 512 GB SSD - 50.99 Case: Cooler Master - MasterBox Q300L mATX - $49.99 Power: PowerSpec - 650 Watt 80 Plus Bronze ATX Semi-Modular Power Supply $59.99 Monitor: 3x BenQ - GW2480 23.8" Full HD 60Hz HDMI VGA DP IPS LED Monitor - $109.99 each 1x Samsung 27" Curved 75Hz Monitor (already own) Total Cost: 1039.00 + tax Already have Vivo 3+1 Monitor Arm for all 4 monitors to mount to as well. Not really worried about monitor bottlenecking fps as I not playing AAA first-person shooter. Might upgrade the monitors later on, but looking for a starter build to learn and just have fun on older games. Any suggestions or comments are appreciated.
  3. I currently have a T410 server. Got 2 X5650 off a computer recycling center for about 15 dollars. Got 64GB of ECC RAM also but only using a older quadro k1000 video card. The X5650s work great. I was using it mostly as a Virtual Box to test out some things and learning, plus using it as a PLEX/Minecraft server. Check your local business computer recycling centers, you can find a lot of good deals since most times they get bulk machines from colleges and business looking to dispose of older hardware, and will sometimes part out system components.
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