Build VS Buy Gaming PC Walkthrough – How to Build a Gaming PC – CyberPowerPC i7-6700K Review

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How to build a custom gaming PC for beginners. Here’s my new build and cost comparison. i7-6700K Walkthrough Review
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  1. the only issue I have with prebuilts from many companies is that the parts are not standard. So you can't replace them and sometimes you can't even add a graphics card or upgrade the ram. So for the average person pre-built is ok. But for us we should build.

  2. I watched a few videos on how to build a pc ,they scared me out of doing it,too much can go wrong and i don't know what i'm doing when it comes to building a pc and i also don't know anyone who can help me build either so when i do get a new pc it will probably be a cyberpower pc or i buy power or whatever. Seems like i wouldn't save much building my own pc anyway so its not even worth all the headache to bother.

  3. im currently building a desktop online but on ibuypower instead of cyberpc. im not a total expert on computers though so i was wondering, why do they offer network cards AND network adaptors? is there a difference between them? and if i already have a router in the house would i need either of these? would be a big help if you could clear this up for me, thanks

  4. hey everybody I'm a like hardcore gamer but on console.
    now my BFF got a gaming pc and I played on it and I was like defending the console like yeah the controller bla bla bla.
    but now I'm want to become a pc gamer because I realised that the ps4 and xbone are CRAP compared to a pc.
    soooooooooo……….. tips?

  5. I'm pretty new to PC building but is this a good build or at least compatible? Samsung 850 PRO – 1TB – 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD. Corsair Hydro Series H115i Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler, Corsair Graphite Series 760T Full Tower Windowed Case, WD Blue 1TB SATA 6 Gb/s 7200 RPM 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch Desktop Hard Drive, EVGA Supernova G3 1000W 220-G3-1000-X1 Fully Modular Power Supply, Corsair DOMINATOR Platinum 64GB (4x16GB) DDR4 3466 (PC4-27700) C16 with Airflow for Intel 100 Series, MSI Extreme Gaming Intel X99 LGA 2011 DDR4 USB 3.1 Extended ATX Motherboard (X99A GODlike Gaming, Intel 7th Gen Intel Core Desktop Processor i7-7700K, Geforce HB SLI Bridge (for 1080/1070 cards) 2 Slot EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition, 8GB GDDR5X, LED, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card SLI

  6. there are a few things. buying a prebuilt system will always cost more. cost of the building and I saw the prices of products which where higher than you can find my i7 6700k build including 27 inch monitor cost 1 300 euro yes no 1080 but the difference from 1070 to 1080 ain't 300

  7. 15,0000 for a Fucking pc?!! are u out of your mind?!!!! if I were u I would of bought keyboard and mouse separate and not combined. screw that I rather pay between 400 and 70p for a pc not a thousand!! way to much money bro

  8. If you're willing to do the research, building your own will have a better price to performance ratio – end of story. However, not everyone wants to do the research and that is perfectly fine. Can't we all just get along?!

  9. The thing he doesn't tell you is that the prices on PCPartPicker are far from actual prices! I built a PC on PCPartPicker and it was $150 more on PCPartPicker! Great Video and Suggestions, but you should have looked into it a bit more!👍🏻

  10. 800w is serious overkill lol. speaking from experience, I have a 750w Corsair PSU with one GPU. 650w is fine, especially since you're not going to run SLI.

    you also choose a nonbranded PSU.."standard". really hope that doesn't come back to haunt you.

  11. What i love about this site is that they dont over charge you if you live in canada might seem like a small detail but really nice for me or other canadians because the dollar value sucks 🙁


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