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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDragon View Post

    I managed to find some of the parts I think, but the others I could either not find or there were a lack of information e.g Lack of two letters. If you could provide these I would be very happy indeed.
    I think you still need a graphics card, power supply and case, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleiyas@ASUS View Post
    I think you still need a graphics card, power supply and case, right?
    I thought so, but I tried to find your suggestions. Could you provide the entire name for the Graphics card, power supply and case, you suggested?
    You are supposed to smear the cooling paste behind the CPU on the pins, right?

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    I think you should save little more for this RIG

    AMD Ryze 7 1700
    ASUS X370 motherboard cheaper
    ASUS or Sapphire RX580
    2x8 GB DDR4 3200
    EVGA 750 G2
    Samsung 850 EVO 250GB
    Case for 50-60 euro

    That could be find for 1100 euro.

    I would keep hardware on motherboard box, borrow mouse and keyboard and use old monitor if need only to find good CPU, GPU, Mobo and PSU capable for nice gaming.

    Sapphire RX580 could be found for 320-350 euro
    1700 300 euro, motherboard 150 euro, PSU 100 euro, memory 100 euro, SSD 100 euro
    Last edited by Vlada011; 07-19-2017 at 11:16 AM.


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    ex-ASUS Employee Array Eleiyas PC Specs
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    MonitorLG Flatron E2240T 21.5'' 1080p Monitor
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDragon View Post
    I thought so, but I tried to find your suggestions. Could you provide the entire name for the Graphics card, power supply and case, you suggested?
    Unfortunately the graphics card I suggested is almost impossible to get a hold of nowadays. It did indeed start out at around 200 euros, but because of crypto-mining, it sky-rocketed in price and is always out of stock.

    You're better off looking on eBay for them now as Etherium has crashed lately and people are flogging their cards like crazy.

    You can pick up a Gigabyte RX580 for just under 300 euros if you're lucky.



    As for the case, I have always used NZXT; I'd recommend getting a mid or full tower, so anything from the NZXT Phantom 410 to the NZXT Phantom 530.
    https://www.nzxt.com/products/phantom-410-white
    https://www.nzxt.com/products/phantom-530



    PSU, I'd recommend the Corsair 750M:
    http://www.corsair.com/en-eu/cx-seri...lar-atx-psu-eu

    You could try for a platinum rated PSU, but honestly the 750M is fine for the build I recommended.

    I'm personally running a very old CX600W PSU and it still works perfectly and has enough juice. (but I have a very old GPU that doesn't use much juice, hence why I recommend the 750W for you )


    EDIT:

    I see Vlada011's post and although it is a nice build, I honestly would not recommend it for you. Ryzen is still quite finnicky and most things need tweaking to get working properly.

    The build I recommended for you may be slightly older, but I can almost 100% assure you it will be plug'n'play easy to build and get running.
    Last edited by Eleiyas; 07-19-2017 at 12:21 PM.

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    https://choosemypc.net/#top play around with the slider on this website just to get you started, the emphasis is gaming so it will prioritize the graphics card.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by Eleiyas View Post
    The build I recommended for you may be slightly older, but I can almost 100% assure you it will be plug'n'play easy to build and get running.
    The build you recommended, am I able to build/upgrade this when the quality of games get better? (This might be a noob question)

    Quote Originally Posted by Buellersdayoff View Post
    https://choosemypc.net/#top play around with the slider on this website just to get you started, the emphasis is gaming so it will prioritize the graphics card.
    The only problem for me is to calculate the cost of delivery of the parts, so the budget slider is nearly worthless for me. But thanks anyway for your help.

    Sorry for not being active on the forum, to much school work.
    You are supposed to smear the cooling paste behind the CPU on the pins, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleiyas View Post
    1 - A gaming PC should inherently be able to play movies in good quality, again, depending on the specs of the unit.

    2 - would like to see what you've chosen

    3 - First component you need to make a choice on is the motherboard. If you're committed to purchasing a certain motherboard, you will need to check the specifications of said board in order to check which chipset it has.

    This will then tell you which processors are compatible with the board. You then need to check the QVL (Qualified Vendors List) for the motherboard to see which RAM modules and types of HDD/SSD are compatible (slot wise, amount of slots, etc...) [[The amount of HDDs/SSDs you can take also depends on your case]].

    If you need any more information or advice, please don't hesitate to ask

    EDIT: For 1000 euros / 1200$

    - ASUS 970 Pro Gaming Motherboard = 90 euros @ Newegg.com
    - AMD FX 8370 + Wraith Cooler = 150 euros @ Newegg.com
    - Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 RAM = 80-ish euros @ Newegg.com
    - 2 TB HDD = 100-ish euros @ Newegg.com
    - 128GB SSD = 100-ish euros @ Newegg.com
    - Mid-ATX Case = 100+ euros @ Newegg.com
    - ASUS STRIX AMD RADEON RX 580 8GB OC Graphics Card = 230 euros @ Newegg.com
    - Corsair 750W PSU = 100-ish euros @ Newegg.com

    There's a pretty decent build for around 900 euros (slightly below your budget) and if you need it, then the spare money can be used for a new monitor. You could also buy some more expensive RAM.

    I'm thinking about getting this build . But is it possible to get a larger SSD? And maybe a Nvidia card?
    You are supposed to smear the cooling paste behind the CPU on the pins, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleiyas View Post
    1 - A gaming PC should inherently be able to play movies in good quality, again, depending on the specs of the unit.

    2 - would like to see what you've chosen

    3 - First component you need to make a choice on is the motherboard. If you're committed to purchasing a certain motherboard, you will need to check the specifications of said board in order to check which chipset it has.

    This will then tell you which processors are compatible with the board. You then need to check the QVL (Qualified Vendors List) for the motherboard to see which RAM modules and types of HDD/SSD are compatible (slot wise, amount of slots, etc...) [[The amount of HDDs/SSDs you can take also depends on your case]].

    If you need any more information or advice, please don't hesitate to ask

    EDIT: For 1000 euros / 1200$

    - ASUS 970 Pro Gaming Motherboard = 90 euros @ Newegg.com
    - AMD FX 8370 + Wraith Cooler = 150 euros @ Newegg.com
    - Corsair Vengeance 8GB DDR3 RAM = 80-ish euros @ Newegg.com
    - 2 TB HDD = 100-ish euros @ Newegg.com
    - 128GB SSD = 100-ish euros @ Newegg.com
    - Mid-ATX Case = 100+ euros @ Newegg.com
    - ASUS STRIX AMD RADEON RX 580 8GB OC Graphics Card = 230 euros @ Newegg.com
    - Corsair 750W PSU = 100-ish euros @ Newegg.com

    There's a pretty decent build for around 900 euros (slightly below your budget) and if you need it, then the spare money can be used for a new monitor. You could also buy some more expensive RAM.
    This is the PC components I have found, sorry for long PDF. I've tried to keep it English, but the currency is NOK/Norwegian kroners.

    Hope this build is able to play Total War Warhammer 2 and Arma 3 with great fps.
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    Last edited by TheDragon; 11-08-2017 at 10:16 AM.
    You are supposed to smear the cooling paste behind the CPU on the pins, right?

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    I am now the proud owner of a desktop
    You are supposed to smear the cooling paste behind the CPU on the pins, right?

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