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Hey im in the US and looking to build a fairly cheap pc. My budget is 500$ a little more if needed. I have all the peripherals and I have 2 monitors one being 1920x1080P 75hz (My main one) and a old dell 1280x1080P monitor. My main use for this pc is to play League of Legends, and CS:GO at a constant fps with high settings. Im pretty sure both of those games are more CPU intensive so maybe a better CPU over a super good graphics card. I have a 1 Terabyte hard drive, and a copy of windows 10. (Also have an optical drive but thats not needed if the case dose not support it) I also would like the build to be standard ATX and the case to be black. If the motherboard dose not have a wireless adapter i will need one of those too. Tell me if you need anymore information, thank you for reading and helping me out. EDIT: If possible can it be up-gradable in the future.

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1. What is the RPM of your hard drive?
2. Would you prefer an Intel or AMD for CPU? Also, ATI or nVidia for GPU?

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1 minute ago, aj_kratos said:

1. What is the RPM of your hard drive?
2. Would you prefer an Intel or AMD for CPU? Also, ATI or nVidia for GPU?

1. It is 7200 Rpm

2. I do not care if its Intel or AMD what ever is better for cost to CPU power, and for GPU I would prefer nVidia 

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Personal build >  New-ish AMD main gaming setup           

   PLEASE QUOTE OR @ ME FOR A RESPONSE xD 

 

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9 minutes ago, Megah3rtz said:

Thanks, That CPU is more on the less powerful side since I already have a 1 Terabyte hard drive do you recommend a different CPU with the money for the Hard drive? Also is there a reason micro ATX over standard? If not can you find me a standard ATX motherboard.

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22 minutes ago, TheRedEyedTerror said:

Thanks, That CPU is more on the less powerful side since I already have a 1 Terabyte hard drive do you recommend a different CPU with the money for the Hard drive? Also is there a reason micro ATX over standard? If not can you find me a standard ATX motherboard.

A pentium g4560 will still get you 140-200fps on CSGO. 

 

I chose the mATX because it's cheaper. 

 

Here's a few ATX decent budget options. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MTUYV3T/?tag=pcpapi-20

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N4LCX2D/?tag=pcpapi-20

 

 

Personal build >  New-ish AMD main gaming setup           

   PLEASE QUOTE OR @ ME FOR A RESPONSE xD 

 

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2 minutes ago, TheRedEyedTerror said:

Ok how about League of Legends I play that a little more

200-250 FPS. 

Personal build >  New-ish AMD main gaming setup           

   PLEASE QUOTE OR @ ME FOR A RESPONSE xD 

 

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Just now, Megah3rtz said:

200-250 FPS. 

Ok, how about a CPU cooler? Just a basic Cooler Master or what would be good?

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Just now, TheRedEyedTerror said:

Ok, how about a CPU cooler? Just a basic Cooler Master or what would be good?

The CPU comes with one in the box. 

Personal build >  New-ish AMD main gaming setup           

   PLEASE QUOTE OR @ ME FOR A RESPONSE xD 

 

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1 minute ago, TheRedEyedTerror said:

Alright thank you for your suggestions and time. 

If you would prefer something a bit quieter this is good too. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KVNCEIG/?tag=pcpapi-20

 

Though 30$ is a bit overpriced, if they were in stock you can usually find them for about $20-25 from other stores. 

Personal build >  New-ish AMD main gaming setup           

   PLEASE QUOTE OR @ ME FOR A RESPONSE xD 

 

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22 hours ago, TheRedEyedTerror said:

Thanks, do you recommend a wifi adapter? Also is there a different motherboard option for a standard ATX? 

Micro ATX is just so that it costs less. Also, if you need a wifi adapter, you can go for a cheap 10 USD costing usb one from tp link.
IMHO go for i5 or i3 atleast so that its future proof but if its only single core performance you are after,what Megah3rtz suggested might just work too. I think linus has a video about the processor on his channel.

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