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Fadednova

400 to 500 euro PC and monitor for my friend

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello,

My friend recently finished saved up for a new gaming PC. It will be his first pc since he currently only owns a macbook. He is looking for a gaming pc and monitor in the price range of 400 - 500. I have already built one PC and am somehat adequate with it. Which parts should I get? I live in austria, thanks in advance!

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400-500 euro? For gaming PC with monitor? Using new parts?

It will be "gaming", but you must expand definition of "gaming" then. Like - games from 2010 are games too. :)

 

Cheap motherboard, cheap case, cheap AMD Ryzen 3 or Intel i3 and some good GPU and cheap monitor and MAYBE 500 euros will be enough.

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proper budget gaming

 

 

really cheap "gaming"

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, boggy77 said:

proper budget gaming

 

 

really cheap "gaming"

 

Thanks

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Applefreak said:

@Fadednova What games does he want to play? Maybe check on willhaben.at for a used motherboard with cpu. 

There are practically no listings on willhaben where I live and the ones that are listed are either very old or too expensive

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Ok, so what games should run on this PC? Do you have any old hardware around that can be reused for this computer?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, Applefreak said:

Ok, so what games should run on this PC? Do you have any old hardware around that can be reused for this computer?

Minecraft, fortnite, GTA 5, terraria and maybe rocket league. I do not sadly

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Ok here we go, the monitor is only a suggestion, there are others. I would highly recommend going for 16 GB DDR4 because you will need about 2 GB for the onboard GPU.

 

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