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choosing between 2 systems

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

hi everyone,

for a long time now i wanted to build an amd system, but i just found a used intel pc for a good price and I'm having troubles deciding..

 

system 1(~1000$)

amd ryzen 3600

2*16gb 3600mhz ram

b550m-plus asus tuf wifi

antec 650w modular

1tb 220s transcend

gt 720

 

system 2(~700$)

used dell optiplex 7060

i7 8700

64gb ram 2666mhz

1tb hdd

1tb sata ssd

gtx 750ti

 

thank you in advance.

edit: i live in israel, prices here are a bit higher,(ex. ryzen 3600 costs 230 usd here), motherboard is important to me for future upgrades.. gpu will be upgraded in the future since I'm not currently doing any gpu demanding tasks..

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budget? workload? both of these are relatively meh for gaming and for 1000 bucks, you build something that's a lot better.

budget? workload? location? but for purely gaming the 750ti is obviously better, but both are meh in all honesty.


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What currency is that?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

i don't do much gaming, mostly learning, virtual machines, and some autocad... i live in israel so prices are a bit higher here.. cpu and memory wise which is better and does the difference justify the price ?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

What currency is that?

it's usd, i roughly converted it from the locally used currency (ils)😅😅

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5 minutes ago, bshara120 said:

i don't do much gaming, mostly learning, virtual machines, and some autocad... i live in israel so prices are a bit higher here.. cpu and memory wise which is better and does the difference justify the price ?

The first system it better but for 1000USD it isn't good value.

You can build a better PC for that money. 


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