Hey /g/, I'm finally joining the PC master race. I am able to buy this PC in specific for reasons I will leave out, and I would like your "professional" opinions on it. But let me stop you first, yes I know it's cheaper to build, so don't even bother saying that, I just want to know if it's good for the money
>PSU not listed
>motherboard not listed
>hdd/ssd manufacturer not listed
i wonder why...
op, you do realize that most hardware shops also offer to assemble it for you for like 20 bucks, right? pick your own fucking parts like an adult.
Yea I used to assemble prebuilts and sell them for like 500 dollar profit. It was how I used to make money. It got to the point where I spent like all day building them and installing windows(or not) just to ship them off the next day. It's all a market, you pick a nice cheap great looking gamur case with led fans installed and choose a decent cpu and a cheap ass gpu etc etc. It's all about how you word everything and interest people.
4 CORE GAYMEN PC CHOOSE YOUR OWN COLORS.
Now I gave a conscious and try and dissuade people/friends/family to just building one or if anything I'll spend the hour or 2 building it for them. I haven't met a single person that's hated the builds I made but I'm sure some people from back in the day are pissed they got a shit pc lol.
Anyway op, sure those parts aren't bad but it is also definitely not worth it unless you're getting it free or something. I know you're not comfortable assembling a pc yourself and naturally the average person isn't but trust me when I say this. Spend 2 or so hours watching a build tutorial and just build am even better system for less or a complete monster for the same price. My gf just built her own this passed Christmas, she literally watched some video on YouTube and built while she watched. ANYONE can do it. If you still wanna go through with a pre-built than I hope the extra hundreds of dollars you're overspending gives you some peace of mind.
Lol autocorrect Grammer is the worse. Also forgot to mention, some guy named Carey holtzman I think is what got me into selling prebuilts. I could've continued and made a living off of it, maybe open up a business that provides companies and consumers with prebuilts but I got a real job instead. Anyway, go ahead and buy it op if you just want piece of mind but just remember you're spending hundreds for it.
Honestly a day or so of looking up stuff will teach you more than enough to build your own, its not hard at all.
People big it up a lot, the bits go in the holes they look like they go in! You'll save like 400 dollars on that build if you do it yourself.