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  1. i appreciate the feedback. Yes, currently these are the 2 best deals i found out there so far. As for workstation i will be using Microsoft programs, some Autodesk programs, along with Photoshop. i just got a drone and possibly be toying with some light video editing. the original plan was to build the PC but with the crazy pricing off DDR & video cards it just doesn't make sense.
  2. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16883102271 OR http://www.microcenter.com/product/496901/Gamer_Master_GMA2004M_Desktop_Computer I am in the US. for specifics in color scheme no preference, for size looking at mid tower. no peripherals needed but if i build i will need a operating software. My biggest hurdle of confusion is do i go Ryzen or Intel? I realize Intel is better for gaming and Ryzen better for multitasking. I'm not to sure how much gaming will happen I'm torn and do not know which way to go. AMD or Intel This will be a workstati
  3. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16883102271 OR http://www.microcenter.com/product/496901/Gamer_Master_GMA2004M_Desktop_Computer I'm torn and do not know which way to go. AMD or Intel This will be a workstation/gaming pc With the market the way it is on ddr & graphics cards i realize its not a good time to be getting into the PC world. however both these prebuilts seem like a good deal. any help or advice is much appreciated Thanks in advance
  4. i tried my hand at putting one together. https://pcpartpicker.com/list/QhNhD8 Let me know what you think
  5. I am in the US. for specifics in color scheme no preference, for size looking at mid tower since the beginning planning around the nzxt 340 because of it seeming to be a good value. no peripherals needed but if i build i will need a operating software. My biggest hurdle of confusion is do i go Ryzen or Intel? I realize Intel is better for gaming and Ryzen better for multitasking. I'm not to sure how much gaming will happen, but i enjoy PC gaming when i go to friends house and use their PC. For the value that Ryzen brings to the table i could get a higher end graphics
  6. Reaching out to everyone looking for some insight on a computer build or prebuilt. I am looking for the best workstation\gaming pc I can get for the $1,000-$1,400 budget I have. I do not have a preference on brand for CPU as this is my first computer. If I forgot to mention anything or any questions please let me know.
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