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It has PCIe slots for an addon Wifi card.

 

I'd go 2x8GB 3000/3200Mhz RAM, good thought.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I recently got into PC's and i am trying to build my first PC. I have a few questions about PC's. The PC I want to build is a $750 Pc build, shown by Joey Delgado in his YouTube video "Best $750 Gaming PC Build Guide - RX 580 Ryzen 5 2600 (w/ Benchmarks)". This PC's Components Include:

   CPU: Ryzen 5 2600

   GPU: MSI Radeon RX 580 8GB

   Motherboard: ASUS B450-A/CSM

   Ram: Ballistic Sport 8GB DDR4 RAM 2666

 

 

This is the "budget" PC I want to build to satisfy my gaming needs but, I have a few questions about this build.

 

1.) In this build there us no internal Wifi Card/Adapter included and I will need one in my PC build because I will not have access to Ethernet. So, is there any room for a wifi adapter/card on the motherboard( listed above) for me to include it in the build even after all the PC Components are plugged in? And if so, what specific card/adapter should I buy to handle games that require low ping but, also won't cost too much?

 

2.) In this PC build it uses (2x4GB) RAM sticks and I was wondering if I would be able to use (2x8GB) RAM sticks instead so, i have a total of 16GB of RAM?

 

3.) If there is no room for WiFi card/adapter on this motherboard (listed above), would a USB wifi adapter be just as good or nearly as good? And if so, what specific USB wifi adapter would be fast but also not too expensive?

 

4.) Also, if I am not able to include a wifi card/adapter into this PC build, is there a a different motherboard that i could swap that could hold a wifi card/adapter even after all the other components are plugged in?

 

 

Thanks for reading! I really hope that I can find these answers soon. I would truly appreciate any help/response with the intent of helping me! Thanks again!

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It has PCIe slots for an addon Wifi card.

 

I'd go 2x8GB 3000/3200Mhz RAM, good thought.

 

For pricing, use pcpartpicker.com.  


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4 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

It has PCIe slots for an addon Wifi card.

 

I'd go 2x8GB 3000/3200Mhz RAM, good thought.

 

For pricing, use pcpartpicker.com.  

Is installing this wifi adapter the same as how it is shown in on YouTube?  Or does it differentiate between what motherboard I have?

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3 minutes ago, CullenM_2004 said:

Is installing this wifi adapter the same as how it is shown in on YouTube?  Or does it differentiate between what motherboard I have?

Its a simple process just like doing a GPU but loads easier 


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