could also be a link to a deal/prebuilt pc
1000 rubels enough for solid potato off the market
think my pc costed me 600 3 yaers ago and got 300 fps on cs dunno what more youwant
It's possible to build something decent for about $900, and then buy a shitty monitor for like $90. Then he can just save up for a few months to get a 144hz monitor once he can afford it.
I haven't built a machine in a long time but I would encourage him to get a 3rd generation ryzen as the price to performance ratio is hard to beat
rtx 2060super/2070super or rx 5600xt/5700xt
some 2x8gb ddr4 3200mhz ram
asrock b450 pro4/asus tuf b450plus gaming
any at least bronze certified psu with 600w power
GTX 1660 Super
ASRock B450M-HDV R4.0.
Crucial 8GB DDR4 2666Mhz
SSD ADATA Ultimate SU800 256GB
HDD Western Digital WD Blue 1 TB (WD10EZEX)
Thermaltake TR2 S 650W
Deepcool Matrexx 55
Monitor (as you wish)
ALSO YOU WILL NEED TO BUY A COOLER TOO. IT DEPENDS ON HOW MUCH YOU CAN SPEND FOR IT.
This setup is somewhere around 800-900. A couple of things here can be swapped into a little bit better.
need motherboard + monitor + case suggestions
also do i need cooling, if so what do i need it on?
ryzen 3600x or 3600
ddr4 3200 mhz 16 gb
AMD B550 (if you want to upgrade to future ZEN3) otherwise b450
1tb hdd 500 gb ssd
gtx 1660 ti or amd 5600 xt
HP 25x 144 hz
gold 80+ pSU
gaming computer does not include "monitor"\
500$ is a budget pc
1000$ is a mid-end pc
not a good time to buy a pc but you probably heard this 999 times
If he wants to build his own I’d say 3600 + b450/b550 depending on whether he thinks he’ll upgrade to gen4 pcie. Then a 5700/2060S as the gpu (depending on rtx and troubleshooting capability). Then throw some other cheap parts together.
There’s some good builds that are posted so I’m just gonna give you some tips to keep in mind.
1. For cheap and reliable keyboard and mouse, I recommend checking out “Redragon” products on Amazon.
2. Definitely get a 144 Hertz monitor, even if it means lowering your budget for PC. Two of my friends played on my 144 hz monitor and they both bought 144 hz monitors themselves because they can’t play on their own 60 hz monitors anymore. Seriously, it’s that important. Make sure the monitor has a 1 ms response time as well.
3. Don’t cheap out on power supply. If other components go bad, you can replace them. If power supply goes bad, might destroy your entire computer.
4. Also buy extra case fans if your case fits them and long and thin zip ties for cable management. They shouldn’t cost too much.
5. Preferably don’t build PC on carpet because static electricity can build up.
6. You can buy windows 10 keys off eBay for like 5$. They get these keys from laptops and computers that are thrown away so there shouldn’t be any issues where two people are using the same key. Even if there is, ask for refund and they’ll give it to you because they don’t want a bad rating.
1000 budget and u say poor? Wtf
I bought a msi leopard for 1.7k how retard am I?