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Mercent Perrault

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About Mercent Perrault

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    Newbie
  • Birthday 2001-10-06

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    Male
  • Location
    India, Assam
  • Interests
    Building PCs
    Music
    Languages (Currently learning Francais)
    Cars
    Art (Sketching)
  • Biography
    I'm a wannabe YouTuber ( Tech Reviewer ). I would've started YouTubing by now if had a streaming worthy PC but I don't have any PC right now.
  • Occupation
    Senior High Student

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    Vivo Y50

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  1. So, I just wanted to start a discussion on what could possibly be the most extreme PC build ever. Unlike others who go cheap with at least one component, we're gonna discuss what components we can put together so that the resulting build is- 1) Ridiculously overpriced 2) Live example of “Law Of Diminishing Returns” 3) Can handle all games at settings that PC technology in 2020 allows us. So, without further ado, let's delve into it...... 1) AMD Ryzen 9 3900X or Intel Core-i9 10900K (The best chips you can buy as of September 2020) 2) Nvidia GeForce RTX 30XX 3) Asus X570-E or Asus Maximus XII Extreme 4) G.Skill 32GB TridentZ DDR4-3200 RGB (4x8GB) (More than enough memory for 8K content) 5) Sabrent Rocket Q 4TB (2x2) (More than enough space for 2-3 8K games) 6) Corsair AX1600i (More than enough power for Ampere) 7) Corsair Obsidian 1000D (More than enough space for Ampere) NZXT Kraken X62 (More than enough cooling for any CPU which is gonna be put in a build with an Ampere card in it) Oh and you guys are free to suggest components which can give better performance ( however little it may be ) and at whatever cost.
  2. So, I was thinking of getting a gaming PC with the following specs but lacked the finances to do so. 1) AMD Ryzen 9 3900X or Intel Core-i9 10900K (The best chips you can buy as of September 2020) 2) Nvidia GeForce RTX 30XX 3) Asus X570-E or Asus Maximus XII Extreme 4) G.Skill 32GB TridentZ DDR4-3200 RGB (4x8GB) (More than enough memory for 8K content) 5) Sabrent Rocket Q 4TB (2x2) (More than enough space for 2-3 8K games) 6) Corsair AX1600i (More than enough power for Ampere) 7) Corsair Obsidian 1000D (More than enough space for Ampere) NZXT Kraken X62 (More than enough cooling for any CPU which is gonna be put in a build with an Ampere card in it) So, I needed a PC which I could actually afford. So, I searched for a while and I came up with this build. 1) Asus GeForce GT 710 2GB GDDR5 2) AMD Ryzen 3 3220G 3) Asus EX-A320M 4) Crucial Ballistix 2666 MHz DDR3 DRAM 5) PNY CS900 240GB 2.5" SATA III Internal SSD 6) I already have a brand new 2TB Seagate Internal HDD 7) Deepcool Matrexx 30 Compact M-ATX Thermaltake TR2 S 650W PSU For some reason, the #8 keeps getting transformed into a , so, apologies. So, this is where I need your help my fellow PC building enthusiasts. Help me determine if this “bare minimum” PC will work fine for light gaming, light video editing, basically light everything. As I've read your comments, I've come to understand that the 710 is the opposite of OP, so then, can you guys suggest builds which will cost $350 or less? I got the ideas for parts from this blog. https://techguided.com/budget-gaming-pcs/#6 I chose the Entry Level $300 Gaming PC. Your feedback is much needed. Thank you.
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