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Hallo Lovely people.

Budget (mid-high 1.000 too 1.500 Euro

Country: Netherland


Currently i am using a verly old pc

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz
Video Card                 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
Operating System Windows 10


16 GB


Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: 

I want to be able to run Unreal Engine 5 for making a game (3D, 2D) and play some games
my current pc build does not really allow for that.
I was looking on the internet for a good build for my purpose I seem to be a bit out of touch when it comes to building one. 
There are so many parts nowadays that I don't really know what is good, and I don't want to waste my money.

can someone recommend one.


As for peripherals, it is crap hehe I'm using a standard HP Keyboard and an ACTION Mouse ( Action is an all-in-one store) and a TV as a Monitor. 

thank you for reading this.


if you have any questions dont hastiate to ask them.



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@KillingSpreamwhat's your budget and do you need peripherals (mouse, keyboard, monitor, printer, speakers, webcam, headphones, microphone, ...)?

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My budget is around 1.000 to 1.500 I would say.
my peripherals arent the best so I would love some inside whats best.

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my quick and easy answer would be study a few of the overpriced prebuilt options from companies that build custom orders and often have several options prebuilt for sale on their websites. once you find one you feel meets all your expectations just right down everything that is being used in the build and drop those very same items into something as PC partpicker and save a ton of money. If the result is still over your budget from there just look to where you can begin shaving costs by stepping some items down by one tier or suitable alternatives. 

Finally any item you choose for the build will have reviews on the web so always double check as often a good reviewer will list pros cons and possible alternatives. 45 minutes research and learning as you go which can also be fun and you will get a very good indication of what you need or want etc long before parting with any cash.

you can also link the PC partpicker list back here in the forums where many people with experience in what you are wanting to do can also comment on the choices made and advise if good not good or better alternatives.

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