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PC upgrade

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Jango_55, Sep 29, 2020.

  1. any suggestions for a better PC $1000 or less that will stop this nuisance of a problem
    Posted Sep 29, 2020
  2. Here’s a couple ideas:

    UHC estimates frames: 1500-2500

    CPU: Ryzen 7 2700x or Ryzen 5 3600xt
    GPU: GTX 1650 SUPER or GTX 1070 ti
    Motherboard: z270/z170
    CPU Cooler: Any (around $50)
    RAM: 16 DDR4 ($80)
    Power Supply 600w ($80)
    Random Case (Around $80)


    Case: nzxt h510i (Has RGB) or any case
    graphics card: RTX 2060 SUPER
    psu: 600w
    motherboard: asus rog b450 - f gaming
    cpu: ryzen 5 3600xt or Ryzen 7 2700x
    RAM: 16 DDR4
    CPU Cooler ($50)

    total around 1k

    Overall both will give you amazing frames on Minecraft and really any game in general and total around $1k. If you like any of these feel free to mix and match or change up parts to your liking! Hope this helped!
    Posted Oct 3, 2020
  3. Oh by the way if you are looking for a cheaper option and aren’t really wanting to spend $1k I can build you a cheaper one for $600-$800 and have a ton of frames if you would like. Just let me know if you want me to put together a cheaper build option :)
    Posted Oct 4, 2020
  4. Yes please
    OP OP
    OP OP Posted Oct 4, 2020
  5. Wait, what company are you going through? Ibuypower? Dell? HP? something else?
    OP OP
    OP OP Posted Oct 4, 2020
  6. @Jango_55, mainly just wherever you can buy parts. Like Newegg and stuff. Just wherever you can find the parts for a good price. I’ll also make a cheaper build here in a bit for you.
    Posted Oct 4, 2020
  7. 10 FPS... holy....

    If you're looking for a prebuilt PC, then this is going to be a little bit more difficult and you'll be paying more for less performance.

    However if you're interested in building your own, you'll be getting more performance per dollar spent. Let me know which one you're interested in so I can try to help you further.
    Posted Oct 5, 2020
  8. Both the CPUs you recommended are on AM4 (B450/B550/X470/X570), but the motherboards you recommended are for slightly older Intel chipsets on the LGA1151 socket (Kaby lake era CPUs). That would be incompatible.

    if you wanted to save a little money on the cooler, Ryzen CPUs come with pretty decent stock coolers, so you don't really have to include one. 600 watts also is a little too high, but you could have no problems with a 500 watt PSU.
    Posted Oct 5, 2020
    Camdino likes this.

  9. Hey!

    Thanks for letting me know this! I am also currently trying to build a pc and these builds I sent were some of my own ideas for the pc I’m building as well. If you have any good suggestions for motherboards that would work good with the Ryzen 5 3600xt or Ryzen 7 2700x please let me know as this would help a ton!
    Posted Oct 5, 2020
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  10. Hey, If I were you I would go with a i7 9700k. Not sure about that graphics card though. I currently have an i7 9700k and a rtx 2070 super, 32gb ram and run 1,300 rams at high performance settings on my nvidia control panel.
    Posted Oct 6, 2020
  11. bro spending 1k to play survival games
    Posted Oct 6, 2020
    Jango_55 likes this.
  12. I mean true, I get your point that the price is high. But it is definitely worth the price for a quality build that you can use for a long time. I would definitely go with an rtx 3080 over a rtx 2070 super though.
    Posted Oct 6, 2020
  13. Personally I'd recommend the Asus ROG STRIX B450F-Gaming, or the MSI B550-A PRO board. They're both pretty fairly priced and great boards.

    Good luck with whatever build you'll be doing!
    Posted Oct 7, 2020
    Camdino likes this.

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