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Denmark Sule 
Whats the best websites currently for gaming pcs? I'd rather have a prebuilt one since I'm truly a dumbass in everything computer related. Websites has to be in EU so no retarded additional charges Budget: ~1k euros (the lower the better) Only use for pc is light games and some cs:go at lowest settings to run smoothly. Some recording/streaming on the side too but nothing special
2018-10-20 16:22
"Some recording/streaming on the side too but nothing special" You just mentioned the top 2 reasons why you can't meet your expectations under 1k euros :')
2018-10-20 16:25
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France best_weeb_2k18 
+1
2018-10-20 16:26
#3
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Ukraine mple 
idk how expensive parts are in your country, but I could easily build a streaming PC for 1k
2018-10-20 16:27
I wasn't talking about streaming Minesweeper
2018-10-20 16:29
#4
Denmark Sule 
It's not like id ever record csgo its more for lower end stuff
2018-10-20 16:28
no need to ruin your dreams. But in 2k18, if you need to stream properly without facing problems. I would recommend 1 pc for gaming , separate pc for streaming
2018-10-20 16:31
#14
Denmark Sule 
I had a 200 euro worth pc that ran streaming fine in the way that I did it. You might be right, but from experience I feel I only need a lower end for what it is I'm doing. Besides streaming is not the goal of having the pc, its just to do everything gaming related. I own a laptop for everything else (school n such)
2018-10-20 16:39
If the laptop is at least i5 with 2gb radeon or nvidia vga, use it for streaming , build pc for gaming <3
2018-10-20 16:41
#22
Denmark Sule 
the laptops a shitty mac l0l
2018-10-20 16:43
Would be enough if at least 2016 or later released. For streaming you don't need GPU. Just good processor + integrated vga (Intel etc.)
2018-10-20 16:45
You don't need more than a Ryzen 2600 to stream just fine. What the fuck are you talking about?
2018-10-20 16:54
He is asking streaming + gaming in 1 pc. That's why I mentioned that.
2018-10-20 16:59
Yes, and a Ryzen 2600 is enough for that.
2018-10-20 17:04
ya. For csgo streaming at 800*640 all low enough
2018-10-20 17:05
Ehh, no. You do realize for years people streamed on i7s with 4 cores right? You don't need the highest highend hardware to have a decent stream. That's how they display it in every guide/video though.
2018-10-20 17:06
He's an complete idiot, don't bother :) A 2600(x) is perfect for streaming.
2018-10-20 17:22
Yeah, it's funny how people get brainwashed into thinking they need the highest highend hardware for streaming because videos benchmark this hardware all the time. 2600 is way enough for casual streaming. Heck even on my 7 years old i7 2600k I can stream decent most of the games.
2018-10-20 17:23
IKR? Heck, my 3770 (non k) did the the job fine as well, up until I sold it earlier this year. I've watched this streamer for about a year now and he use the 2600k (OC'ed) as well and his stream is perfectly fine to watch. He mostly streams racing in GTA V and FIVEM, so he probably doesn't get the best FPS to play at. But, they lock their FPS in-game to 60 anyways, so I guess it's not that big of a problem. Can't believe the guy is (supposedly) 24 years old and come out with those dumb-ass statements LOL.
2018-10-20 17:35
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Sweden HoIger 
2018-10-20 16:31
This is an international forum. Anything in alien language would be deleted.
2018-10-20 16:31
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Sweden HoIger 
I changed the language of the site (Komplett) to Danish for OP :)
2018-10-20 16:32
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Argentina sheshboi 
2018-10-20 16:33
#11
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Argentina sheshboi 
dubaro.de/GAMING-PC:::829.html tbh i think its the best price/quality ratio for prebuild systems you'll find
2018-10-20 16:35
#17
Denmark Sule 
Finally a website that ships to Denmark. Ill look into it, thanks :)
2018-10-20 16:40
Its literally piss easy to build your own PC Even if you know nothing about hardware, spending around 10-20 hours just informing yourself about PC building and hardware, you can easily do it, and save yourself a lot of money too Just for the sake of getting the best PC you want for 1K euros, if I were you I'd built it myself, I managed to do it too and looking back afterwards it's not hard at all
2018-10-20 16:38
#21
Denmark Sule 
I've tried with videos but everythings so weird to understand. Id love to build my own pc, but how much would i even save in the end, around 100 dollars? isnt it better to stay on the safe side at that point
2018-10-20 16:43
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Sweden Trkmag 
Like obviously you can save quite a lot overall by being able to change parts/build yourself, but I agree it's really hard. My cousin built my PC (price was about 700 euros) with me as a sidekick, and I can say, as someone relatively new to PC building that it was pretty hard to understand. Especially when some random errors occurred that I would have had no idea how to solve by myself. So if you are not knowledgeable about these things I would recommend you to built a pre-built one, or to buy parts and have the PC built for you.
2018-10-20 17:09
I swear, you actually have to TRY to mess up building your own PC, if you just carefully follow a tutorial on youtube there's a 0.00001% chance you'll mess up Just watch this video from JayzTwoCents, this is pretty much as bad as a job you can do for PC building, and it still worked fine in the end youtube.com/watch?v=CDUZRNp4pxg As for the cost, I managed to build my PC for around 830 euros when a pre-built cost 1100+ with similar components (same CPU, GPU, RAM (amount and speed) and SSD)
2018-10-20 17:10
I forgot to add that if you like messing around with stuff, like explore new things and such, PC building is great, and as a new builder it doesn't take away hours and hours, at max it takes around 3-5 hours if you want to do things properly and install everything the right way
2018-10-20 17:12
"I'd rather have a prebuilt one since I'm truly a dumbass in everything computer related." How do you expect to find a good prebuilt pc if you have no idea on what makes a good pc? Idea of buying prebuilt pc is appealing, but you're putting yourself in trap by taking that choice. You know how advertising works, it's just marketing fluff to compell you into buying stuff by throwing around nice sounding terms.
2018-10-20 16:38
#20
Denmark Sule 
You're 100% right, and I have tried to learn everything about building a pc, but I feel like I'd do something clumsy and ruin the PC from the get-go. It'd litterally be the part down the drain because I have no idea what im doing.
2018-10-20 16:42
Don't try everything, explore a single component at time.
2018-10-20 16:53
just watch a build tutorial on youtube its easier than lego
2018-10-20 16:39
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Argentina sheshboi 
+1
2018-10-20 16:41
#16
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Netherlands ThatHltvGuy 
cyberpower gamer xtreme
2018-10-20 16:40
My friend, go buy parts and build them urself, way cheaper and pretty easy! Here is my 1k list perfect for ur needs, just copy and buy! i.imgur.com/jOuj2aJ.png EDIT: Pick the parts in ur countries hardware resellers!
2018-10-20 16:49
#25
Denmark Sule 
I might consider this actually, just watched a video about building pc and its kind of intriguing
2018-10-20 16:52
it is really not that hard, if u are patient and watch a well made tutorial even for the first time it is easy! I am btw not telling you to buy the very parts I did, but the ryzen 2600 is great for games and especially for work loads considering the price! If u want to go even more focused towards stream go for the gtx 1060 and the ryzen 2700x!
2018-10-20 16:59
#44
Denmark Sule 
Dualy noted thank you :)
2018-10-20 20:31
de.pcpartpicker.com/list/CKVvmq Why did I choose this expensive RAM? Because Ryzen needs high quality RAM to get best performance. I put the gtx 1060 because it is in your budget, but I'd invest a little more and get a 1070 Ti to be fine for the next years. In Germany they have been on deals for 370€ at times. In the future you could buy a CPU cooler and overclock your Ryzen. Also the next generation of Ryzen will be possible to use on this motherboard and they will likely be a big performance upgrade. Also you could always switch to a more expensive Ryzen in the future if you need even more performance for productivity/streaming.
2018-10-20 17:10
its not advisable to spend more on ram than on cpu. if you recommend this ram at least tell him to buy a cpu that can use it. sure this ryzen might do 5% better too but 5% of nothing is nothing
2018-10-20 20:39
Ryzen 2600 now because very cheap and good performance for the money, next year or in the future he can upgrade on zen2.
2018-10-20 20:41
its cheaper if you buy a cpu that will last more than 5 years in the first place
2018-10-20 21:03
also its much cheaper to buy a good cpu and upgrade ram or gpu later
2018-10-20 20:39
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United Kingdom Sh4dez 
Do you know what Amazon is?
2018-10-20 17:14
Build it yourself, its really simole, plenty of top tier guides on youtube. de.pcpartpicker.com/list/qMHmWD Here are the parts you will need, its a beast of a pc, within the price range, can play games just fine, and its just 860eur Best build you gonna find here.
2018-10-20 17:21
Uhm, you are Danish, so komplett.dk? Will you mentally retarded fuckbois stop telling him to build his own if he doesn't want to!? Komplett.dk have plenty of PCs for him. A 2600(x) is perfect.
2018-10-20 17:24
he should build it himself though its a waste of money not to.
2018-10-20 20:37
+1
2018-10-21 13:58
#42
Sweden ldcz 
Komplett
2018-10-20 17:25
pcspecialist.co.uk i think they deliver in europe too
2018-10-20 20:34
there are a bunch of websites where you can make a build and compare prices and then there are lots of webshops who will put it together for you for 50 extra.
2018-10-20 20:36
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Ukraine kek1 
HyperPC
2018-10-20 20:40
#51
juul | 
United States LeFronk 
Just go to your local microcenter
2018-10-20 20:40
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