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small business with some gaming

by andrew1261986


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Date Published

March 15, 2019

Date Built

March 15, 2019

CPU Clock Rate

3.2 GHz

CPU Temperature While Idle

30.0° C

GPU Core Clock Rate

1.168 GHz

GPU Effective Memory Clock Rate

7 GHz

GPU Temperature While Idle

40.0° C

GPU Temperature Under Load

70.0° C


fully assembled with amature level cable management took about 90 min, since i have finally completed it i spent roughly 800 on all the parts. it does everything i want it to, i am very happy with the build in all if you have any questions or would like to see photos just give me a shout i started this during the mining craze and today i finally finished what i started also there are some parts in this build i couldnt find on pc part picker

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kschendel 1 Build 2 points 7 days ago

Nice budget parts list and who cares about the cables once the opaque side is on. You might get marginally better performance with 2x8GB RAM at say 3000 MT/s instead of the 4 sticks at 2400, but it's not worth changing unless you manage to find an even swap. Sounds like the end result is working for you and that's what matters.

andrew1261986 submitter 1 Build 1 point 6 days ago

in time i will put more and faster ram in it but for now it does what i need it to.

DarkTrigger476 1 point 7 days ago

Use an SSD for the boot drive, unless your PC boots up like a stone, and it's cheaper to buy 2 sticks of 8 GB instead of 4x4 GB... The other thing, for IDK about 20$ more you have an RX 580, which is a lot better than the 570. Other things are good. One question. Do you buy a ryzen 5 1600, as budget to later upgrade to a better one, or?

andrew1261986 submitter 1 Build 1 point 6 days ago

i started with a redeaon hd5670 and 2 sticks of ram when i got this years tax return i wanted to finish it so i got 2 more sticks of ram and the rx570 i would much rather have the 580 but couldnt swing it i started building the new pc to replace my AMD phenom x4 which was no longer keeping up with what i needed from my pc, and i did build it with upgrading over time in mind to make it last as long as possible. i do have a 240 gb ssd from my laptop that im considering redoing as a boot drive for the new pc since i dropped a samsung evo 500 gb in it. i had $500 to start building my new pc which was unfortunately during the crypo mining craze.

andrew1261986 submitter 1 Build 1 point 6 days ago

my old pc had these specs and since i finished my new desktop it is back in operation as a media pc

raidmax smilodon case asus m4a77td motherboard amd phenom 2 x4 3.1 with a cooler master hyper 212 evo cooler ati radeon hd 5670 8 gb ddr3 1333 600 watt ps 16x dvd RW 1tb hdd win10 pro 80 gb wd ubuntu 1804 ltr all on: 32" samsung hdtv

vs the new desktop

corsair 200r 550w corsair powersupply msi b350 gaming plus ryzen 5 1600 16gb ddr4 2400 amd radeon rx 570 ROG strix 24x m-disc dvdrw drive 16x dvd+rw 2 tb hdd win 10 pro 1tb wd scatch disk 16gb tcsanbow (caching)ssd iocrest raid card all on: 20" hp 1600x900 19" dell 1440x900

Its_ur_boi1243 0 points 7 days ago

No offense but this build looks like it was built in 2002