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Hello!

 

I'm looking to buy a new computer, i will buy it prebuilt since parts are basically impossible to find now adays.

So i have found two computers and i want your guys opinions on them as well as the difference between the two computers, whats good / bad / whats worth it and whats not money wise and so on, thanks!

 

Computer one: https://prnt.sc/15s4qty     (Around $2200)

 

 

Computer two:   (Around $1400)

Amd Ryzen 7 4700G 3,6ghz (4,4ghz turbo)

DDR4 16gb 3200mhz (2x 8gb)

Nvidia RTX 3060-TI (8GB)

512gb SSD

500w (It has no info on what powersupply it is in detail)

Noo info on what motherboard it is, maybe its so bad that it drags down the computer hence the cheap price?

 

Hello!

 

I'm looking to buy a new computer, i will buy it prebuilt since parts are basically impossible to find now adays.

So i have found two computers and i want your guys opinions on them as well as the difference between the two computers, whats good / bad / whats worth it and whats not money wise and so on, thanks!

 

Computer one: https://prnt.sc/15s4qty     (Around $2200)

 

 

Computer two:   (Around $1400)

Amd Ryzen 7 4700G 3,6ghz (4,4ghz turbo)

DDR4 16gb 3200mhz (2x 8gb)

Nvidia RTX 3060-TI (8GB)

512gb SSD

500w (It has no info on what powersupply it is in detail)

Noo info on what motherboard it is, maybe its so bad that it drags down the computer hence the cheap price?

 

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Both have good value, but the cheap one slightly more. I would pick the Intel system because it has a good PSU and motherboard, not sure about the other so it probably sucks.

 

 

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I am curious as to why they went to all the trouble to include a Ryzen 4000 APU alongside a 3000 series GPU in a prebuilt. Seems like extra money went into the CPU for no reason when it should have gone into the power supply - RTX 3000 recommends a 750 watt PSU. Also, that APU is gonna blow chunks at CPU things compared to a proper CPU. It is a decent value based on the 3060 Ti alone, but it's a value that I would recommend immediately swapping the PSU and CPU out of.

Happy to help.

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2 minutes ago, derpkotacasper said:

I am curious as to why they went to all the trouble to include a Ryzen 4000 APU alongside a 3000 series GPU in a prebuilt. Seems like extra money went into the CPU for no reason when it should have gone into the power supply - RTX 3000 recommends a 750 watt PSU. Also, that APU is gonna blow chunks at CPU things compared to a proper CPU. It is a decent value based on the 3060 Ti alone, but it's a value that I would recommend immediately swapping the PSU and CPU out of.

Ya but buying a prebuilt computer then change alot of things seems abit pointless, only a 512gb ssd too.

What do u think about the build above with the i7 / 3070? Is the cooler / motherboard and such good?

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Just now, zicken said:

Ya but buying a prebuilt computer then change alot of things seems abit pointless, only a 512gb ssd too.

What do u think about the built above with the i7 / 3070?

Well, considering the going rate for a 3070 on the market? I'd say it's a decent buy.

Happy to help.

ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Gaming (WiFi6)\\Ryzen 3 3100 OC 4.5GHz @1.26V\\Corsair H60\\G. Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 2666 CL19\\WD Black SN750 512GB PCIe 3.0 NVMe\\WD 1TB Storage HDD\\EVGA 600B\\Power Color Radeon RX6600 XT 8GB\\ASUS TUF Gaming 23.8" IPS 144Hz@1080p\\Corsair 220T RGB\\Corsair K55 RGB Pro\\Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury

 

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6 minutes ago, derpkotacasper said:

Well, considering the going rate for a 3070 on the market? I'd say it's a decent buy.

What u mean with "going rate" and i guess the i7 10700k / 3070 will be fine with 1080p gaming right and is the cooler good enough?

 

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1 minute ago, zicken said:

What u mean with "going rate" and i guess the i7 10700k / 3070 will be fine with 1080p gaming right and is the cooler good enough?

 

Going rate as in what they sell for. And yes, that set up will carry you well into 1440p and even some light 4k gaming.

Happy to help.

ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Gaming (WiFi6)\\Ryzen 3 3100 OC 4.5GHz @1.26V\\Corsair H60\\G. Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 2666 CL19\\WD Black SN750 512GB PCIe 3.0 NVMe\\WD 1TB Storage HDD\\EVGA 600B\\Power Color Radeon RX6600 XT 8GB\\ASUS TUF Gaming 23.8" IPS 144Hz@1080p\\Corsair 220T RGB\\Corsair K55 RGB Pro\\Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury

 

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6 minutes ago, derpkotacasper said:

Going rate as in what they sell for. And yes, that set up will carry you well into 1440p and even some light 4k gaming.

Ok, cause right now i have a i5 3570k with a 970, normal hdd and ddr3 ram, so i guess its a pretty big jump then xD

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3 minutes ago, zicken said:

Ok, cause right now i have a i5 3570k with a 970, normal hdd and ddr3 ram, so i guess its a pretty big jump then xD

Yeah, that's like trading in your Prius for a Ferrari.

Happy to help.

ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Gaming (WiFi6)\\Ryzen 3 3100 OC 4.5GHz @1.26V\\Corsair H60\\G. Skill Ripjaws V DDR4 2666 CL19\\WD Black SN750 512GB PCIe 3.0 NVMe\\WD 1TB Storage HDD\\EVGA 600B\\Power Color Radeon RX6600 XT 8GB\\ASUS TUF Gaming 23.8" IPS 144Hz@1080p\\Corsair 220T RGB\\Corsair K55 RGB Pro\\Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury

 

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1 minute ago, derpkotacasper said:

Yeah, that's like trading in your Prius for a Ferrari.

Haha ok 😛

 

The Kingston A2000 1TB, is that a normal ssd or a m2-ssd and whats best?

Corsair RM750, is that a gold edition psu and is it good? I looked it up and its like 7 years old 😕

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9 hours ago, zicken said:

Hello!

 

I'm looking to buy a new computer, i will buy it prebuilt since parts are basically impossible to find now adays.

So i have found two computers and i want your guys opinions on them as well as the difference between the two computers, whats good / bad / whats worth it and whats not money wise and so on, thanks!

 

Computer one: https://prnt.sc/15s4qty     (Around $2200)

 

 

Computer two:   (Around $1400)

Amd Ryzen 7 4700G 3,6ghz (4,4ghz turbo)

DDR4 16gb 3200mhz (2x 8gb)

Nvidia RTX 3060-TI (8GB)

512gb SSD

500w (It has no info on what powersupply it is in detail)

Noo info on what motherboard it is, maybe its so bad that it drags down the computer hence the cheap price?

 

i do NOT recommend the second build because it has a very low wattage for the 3060ti. i have a 3060 ti in my build and i have a 650w psu. 

Gaming PC:

CPU- Intel Core i5-10400 (planning to upgrade when Alder Lake releases)

CPU Cooler- be quiet! Dark Rock Slim up to 180W TDP

Motherboard- Asus ROG Strix B460-h Gaming

Memory- Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4-3000 CL15 memory

Storage- Crucial P2 1TB M.2-NVME SSD up to 2400 MB/s 

Video Card- MSI Ventus 2x Geforce RTX 3060 Ti OC

PC Chassis- Cooler Master TD500 MESH ARGB with Controller

Power Supply- EVGA 650w P2 (planning to upgrade to EVGA 80+ Gold 1k watts)

Rear Fan- Touchaqua Bitspower Notos RGB fan

Monitor- Acer EI272UR 2560x1440 144hz 4ms Radeon Freesync monitor

Keyboard- Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum

Mouse- Logitech G203 Lightsync (planning to upgrade to g502 HERO)

Controller- Xbox One Wireless Controller - Red 

LaptopProcessor- Ryzen 7 4700U (8c/8t up to 4.1Ghz) with Radeon graphics, 16GB DDR4-3200 memory, 512 NVME SSD

 

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