Awesome $650 Gaming PC Build 1080p Gaming PC November 2016

This is a $650 Gaming PC Build featuring the RX 470 which will be great for playing all the latest games and future titles at 1080p at great settings and great framerates. Comment your thoughts down below. Thanks for watching!

Gameplay is from – Titanfall 2

CPU – Intel Core i5-6500 3.2GHz Quad-Core Processor

RAM – Kingston HyperX Fury Black 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-2133

GPU – MSI Radeon RX 470 4GB ARMOR OC Video Card

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Motherboard – Gigabyte GA-H170M-D3H Micro ATX LGA1151

HDD – Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB

Case – Corsair 200R ATX Mid Tower Case

PSU – SeaSonic S12II 520W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX

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  1. I'm going to have to disagree with the choice of an i5 6500, when you can save $20 and get the i5 6400. Also going to have to disagree with the motherboard, Gigabyte makes an H110 variant of the same motherboard for $40 less that is just as stable. Also, the duel channel kit should be left out for a single dim of 8GB so there's room to pick up another stick to make it 16GB in the future. With the cost saved from the switched CPU and motherboard, there's room in the build for an SSD AND an upgrade to a GTX 1060 3GB. I mostly disagree with the lack of SSD since there's room to shift some money around. The replacement of the 470 can go either way since in most games the 1060 3GB gets ~10% more fps on average, which is an increase however you can still save even more with the 470. The 1060 3GB still is the better GPU – and the one I'd recommend including, especially because you're able to. Also the GPU can be substituted for another $15-20 saved by going non-modular. A great non-modular PSU is EVGA's 450W 80+ Bronze that is $12 cheaper than the Seasonic. Again, this would give you more room to add better graphics and CPU.

  2. Is the motherboard really important? I want to build a budget gaming pc but I want it to upgrade when I get enough money. My question is that is it necessary to buy a expensive motherboard or is a budget motherboard good enough. ( sorry for bad english)

  3. i really want a gtx 1070 but dont have the money for anything else, should i do an i3 6100 or a amd equivelent budget is around 600-700 i just want to game and record no streaming or much multitasking

  4. hey man, Im just suggesting but you should increase like video variety, I mean don't get me wrong I love these videos but when it's always the same type it gets a but boring tbh, I would love to see a gaming/technology news round-up every 2 or 3 weeks I mean it doesnt even need a proper schedule just need a little bit of variety. don't get me wrong, the videos you pump out rn are beastly and they are very much welcome

  5. TitanFall 2 looks like so much fun, too they set themselves up to fail… Can't believe it didn't even sell as many copies as the original. I guess this is the end for that franchise.


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