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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is this pc worth buying for $500 and doing some mods? the specs are :

i7 3770

16gb ram

GTX 660

1TB HDD , No SSD

Ugly green ass mobo matx

Lite-On 550w

 

its a Acer Aspire G3620 case

 

Soo is it worth buying this and adding a 128gb HyperX Fury SSD , selling the GTX 660 to buy a GTX 680 or a rx 480 for gaming at 1080p high settings 60fps games such as GTA 5 ,Dying Light,CSGO,State of Decay

 

 

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To be honest, it sounds like a house fire waiting to happen, never even heard of the PS


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3 minutes ago, Cripple [Crip] said:

Is this pc worth buying for $500 and doing some mods? the specs are :

i7 3770

16gb ram

GTX 660

1TB HDD , No SSD

Ugly green ass mobo matx

Lite-On 550w

 

its a Acer Aspire G3620 case

 

Soo is it worth buying this and adding a 128gb HyperX Fury SSD , selling the GTX 660 to buy a GTX 680 or a rx 480 for gaming at 1080p high settings 60fps games such as GTA 5 ,Dying Light,CSGO,State of Decay

 

 

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I would just make on from scratch, depends on how much it has been used but it is likely the gpu will die within 2 years

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Can you negotiate the price?

 

Try to get it down to $450, and you got yourself a great deal

 

PSU is questionable, but the rest isn't bad.


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1 minute ago, Yoobsterlol said:

I would just make on from scratch, depends on how much it has been used but it is likely the gpu will die within 2 years

oh wait, nevermind I didn't see the part about the gpu upgrade

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Yoobsterlol said:

I would just make on from scratch, depends on how much it has been used but it is likely the gpu will die within 2 years

the thing is i dont live in the US i live in EU and here tech is more expensive then a new tesla car...


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You could build a stable m-atx build that outperforms it for around the same price, with more current gen hardware. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, derick90 said:

You could build a stable m-atx build that outperforms it for around the same price, with more current gen hardware. 

I DONT LIVE IN THE FUCKING US


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3 minutes ago, Cripple [Crip] said:

I DONT LIVE IN THE FUCKING US

Where in the EU are you living? Also, nowhere did he state you live in the US. Don't be disrespectful to those that are trying to help you.

 

 

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i think that deal is meh imo and i live in the EU . If you can negotiate to around 400$ , then it's fine , but otherwise i wouldn't .Try looking for the components separately 


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1 minute ago, K0MP4CT said:

Where in the EU are you living? Also, nowhere did he state you live in the US. Don't be disrespectful to those that are trying to help you.

 

 

Im not being disrespectful im just saying i always hear you can build better of course you can but in the fucking EU if your on a budget used parts or pcs is your solution , he says it like i live in the US "you can build better with modern new gen hardware" where i live new gen is only for the rich


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7 minutes ago, Cripple [Crip] said:

I DONT LIVE IN THE FUCKING US

where are you exactly in the eu? I'm from the eu too and it really depends where you are here...


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1 minute ago, Cripple [Crip] said:

Im not being disrespectful im just saying i always hear you can build better of course you can but in the fucking EU if your on a budget used parts or pcs is your solution , he says it like i live in the US "you can build better with modern new gen hardware" where i live new gen is only for the rich

That's because the majority of the time you can, even in the EU. Hence why I asked where in the EU you're located so that I could try and help you further, but you ignored that question.

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1 minute ago, Cripple [Crip] said:

Im not being disrespectful im just saying i always hear you can build better of course you can but in the fucking EU if your on a budget used parts or pcs is your solution , he says it like i live in the US "you can build better with modern new gen hardware" where i live new gen is only for the rich

try to get the price down a bit and then it isn't that bad of a system. GPU upgrade will do wonders and I'd get the rx480


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Laputacake said:

Definitely. Throw out the PSU, get a new GPU and you got a pretty good deal..

Ummmmmmmm...the thing is the pc is not a modern day pc you will see what im talking about just look at the pic

 

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1 minute ago, K0MP4CT said:

That's because the majority of the time you can, even in the EU. Hence why I asked where in the EU you're located so that I could try and help you further, but you ignored that question.

Serbia...yea these fucking faggots out here are charging a GTX 980 for $950 so you see if i can get better...


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2 minutes ago, Cripple [Crip] said:

Ummmmmmmm...the thing is the pc is not a modern day pc you will see what im talking about just look at the pic

 

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That's fine. You're still getting a I7 3770, selling the 660 will you give you so money towards the RX 480 and the case supports ATX power supplies. However you could build it with used retail parts but it depends on what the used market is like over there. 


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2 minutes ago, frozeNNN said:

Few days ago he posted same pictures and told us he actually bought it and now he posts this shit again asking is it worth buying. No comment

It is already in his prof. specs... :|


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3 minutes ago, Cripple [Crip] said:

Serbia...yea these fucking faggots out here are charging a GTX 980 for $950 so you see if i can get better...

Have you checked the prices for a GTX 970? Checked the prices of any AMD cards? 8GB of RAM should suffice if money is an issue. I'm sure you can find a motherboard that will do the job for a fair price. AMD CPUs are generally cheaper than Intel, try and look up some of  them and see the prices. Make sure your PSU is a good quality one. 500W should be more than enough for most builds but always double check.

 

If none of the above works. Then my opinion would be to avoid this buy anyway. It's overpriced and outdated hardware.

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13 minutes ago, Cripple [Crip] said:

I DONT LIVE IN THE FUCKING US

Okay so outburst aside, i tried to edit after i saw that you don't live in the US stating that. But you know what, buy that system, and let the power supply burn your house down. Twat. 


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