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xShadowEagle

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  1. Thanks again! We will keep our eyes open on some local reselling platforms for the time coming. For now the integrated GPU is enough for most games. If the opportunity arises for a GTX 1660 / 1070, RX 590 some newer AMD cards like the RX 5600 we will upgrade. Overall I'm really happy with this build, not buying a low-end GPU and instead investing in a much stronger CPU that will last for the next years was definitely the better option. After all it's really hard to get a new GPU for a reasonable price at this time and maybe for the next year as well.
  2. @Dr0idGh0sT Heya, thank you very much for your help. We assembled the PC today according to your recommendations but with a different case instead, so far everything looks very good! If we wanted to install a graphics card in the next few months, which model would you recommend? For the price we would like to stay under € 200-250 if possible (no problem with used graphics cards from eBay). I was thinking about a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 / 1660, but I'm not sure about which cards from AMD are currently good for the price range. Maybe the AMD Radeon RX 560 / 570?
  3. Heya, I'm building an entry level budget PC (~ € 600) for a friend. I would like some advice on the selection of components and balance between CPU and GPU if possible. Also this is a µATX mainboard and case, but I think with the two case fans temperatures shouldn't be a problem. Using a power calculator resulted in about 360 Watts so the PSU should suffice. This PC would be used for office work and low-end games like League of Legends or older games with simple graphics. GPU availability is very limited in my region (Germany) so the best card under € 200 I could find is the GTX 1050 Ti.
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