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#1 google chosen components.

What would the performance look like if I build a computer based on #1 on google shopping?

I'm kinda curious and I'm thinking about doing it.

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Aren't the results on Google Shopping somewhat "local" and as such results may differ depending on your location?
I mean...

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The sellers listed on the left are local stores AFAIK and the rest of the list are essentially pre-builts from Dell and various others who ship to my city, being sold for ridiculous amount of money too. Google Shopping has always been useless here.

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Decent...

 

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Mines kinda funny I got:

  • Windows 10 key
  • a Sandisk 128gb SD card
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
  • An old crap first gen color Fujitsu printer
  • A cyberpower rebuilt
  • i7 8700k
  • Netgear switch
  • and then the rest were random cases in the $100 + tier.

Kinda glad I did this good idea mate. Very cool to see what Local people buy near me.

You expect me to reply then you'd best QUOTE me so I can........thanks

 

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7 hours ago, TetraSky said:

Aren't the results on Google Shopping somewhat "local" and as such results may differ depending on your location?
I mean...

yAMBg0p.jpg

 

The sellers listed are local stores AFAIK and the rest of the list are essentially pre-builts being sold for ridiculous amount of money too. Google Shopping has always been useless here.

Don't know if u care or not but we now know your location and timezone just wanted to mention that if u happened to forget.

You expect me to reply then you'd best QUOTE me so I can........thanks

 

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Case: Meshify C

CPU: Ryzen 1600 @ 3.8

Mobo: ASRock AB350 Pro4

Ram: 2 x 8gb (Corsair RGB Pro)

GPU: XFX RX 580 8gb - Clocks: Core @1386mhz, memory @2000mhz

Storage:

Boot drive - 120gb NVME Corsair MP500

Main Storage drive - 500gb 860 EVO

Archival/Backup drive - 2TB Black WD

 

Mouse: Logi M570 for work, and a G502 for gaming

PSU: EVGA Supernova G2 650 80+ Gold

OS: And of course Win 10 Pro, because Linux ain't fully baked yet.

Monitors: (27in monitors)

TN - VG278Q @144hz 

IPS - VP279Q-P @60hz 

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3 minutes ago, TheReal_ist said:

Don't know if u care or not but we now know your location and timezone just wanted to mention that if u happened to forget.

I am aware. But I'm pretty sure from reading my other posts, anyone could tell I lived in Quebec/Montreal so I didn't feel the need to edit it further, because I did edit it to make sure it didn't contain my actual location/borough, which it did show right before the city's name. ?

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Just now, TetraSky said:

I am aware. But I'm pretty sure from reading my other posts, anyone could tell I lived in Quebec/Montreal so I didn't feel the need to edit it further, because I did edit it to make sure it didn't contain my actual location/borough, which it did show right before the city's name.

Cool mate. Just like to mention this to people so if they forgot which I now happens in the moment can happen. 

 

Glad u are aware. :)

You expect me to reply then you'd best QUOTE me so I can........thanks

 

                                           Simple PC Parts list to reference for other Users:

 

 

Case: Meshify C

CPU: Ryzen 1600 @ 3.8

Mobo: ASRock AB350 Pro4

Ram: 2 x 8gb (Corsair RGB Pro)

GPU: XFX RX 580 8gb - Clocks: Core @1386mhz, memory @2000mhz

Storage:

Boot drive - 120gb NVME Corsair MP500

Main Storage drive - 500gb 860 EVO

Archival/Backup drive - 2TB Black WD

 

Mouse: Logi M570 for work, and a G502 for gaming

PSU: EVGA Supernova G2 650 80+ Gold

OS: And of course Win 10 Pro, because Linux ain't fully baked yet.

Monitors: (27in monitors)

TN - VG278Q @144hz 

IPS - VP279Q-P @60hz 

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