I want to build a pc gamer but not to choose sides. any advice? my budget is 1K dollars
Are you actually doing this because there are games you want to run better/to play PC exclusives/to just have a more open ended system? Or are you building it for no reason only to come back here a month later and cry that "/v/ tricked me with memes!!" Ask yourself that first.
>>$950 is the starting price for i5s
This, don't know why people recommend logical increments to people who obviously don't know shit. They're not gonna that you don't need an SSD and that you don't need a 100 dollar case. This is why people think building a PC and gaming on PC is expensive, because of retards making these retarded guides.
Thinking of upgrading my build soon. So far I've decided on
R9 390x GPU
i5 4690k CPU
MSI Z97 Gaming 5 mobo
Corsair 750w psu
Corsair vengeance ddr3 16gb ram
This look good to you fags?
>probably more expensive than fresh cards
so when the hell do you guys think will be a good time to buy i7 6700? seems like intel "can't meet supply still"
>I want to build a pc gamer
Who the hell are all these turds on /v/ lately? Where are so many assclowns even coming from, and why are they coming here of all places?
Thats entirely their fault, though. Logical increments is a good spring board for a logical person to start his research with, not a guide to blindly follow.
The alternative is basically holding their hand, and fuck that.
Technically. But you really shouldn't skimp on the GPU of all things. Get a 970 at least. Or something AMD if you're willing to deal with the inevitable troubleshooting issues you will occur.
So all my stuff's here. Now how do I get Windows 7 on it again?
I have my flashdrive ready, what exactly do I do from then?
I think this torrent came with one. I'm guessing I install it and then later activate it.
Probably at least the Ys game, given how there are already like 4 or 5 Ys games on Steam.
I would also not be surprised if most of the non first party developed games on there went multiplatform at some point in the future, too.
God Eater 2.
Ace Combat 7 likely will, seeing as it's a Namco title.
A SE employee has said Nier Automata may come to other systems, but I'd not worry too much about the word of someone from the western branches.
>maximum amount of RAM supported is 192gb
Is it even currently possible to fit that much RAM on a Motherboard?
Of course. That's more than adequate for anything you could possibly want to play.
I would recommend getting 16gb of RAM for future proofing sake, though. Even though it isn't really necessary for much of anything currently.
RAM isn't expensive and I would go for 16GB, you'll need it for future console ports because you can bet it will have shitty optimization. Also I would never ask for PC building opinions on 4chan.
i got this for $1k.
I have a less shitty
gtx 750 1gb ddr5to replace the current gpu.
had good luck with shitty games like starcraft 2 and csgo
Not sure, but you're probably right. 1440p is still better on the noVidya side, 4K is "unplayable" with even the great 980Ti having problems keeping up a consistent frame-rates on graphical intense games.
I got a R9 390, I only game at 1080p, so it's perfect for me. Replaced my old, but awesome, 5770.
Any tips for someone who's going to build his first PC? I was going to use this as a reference https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Build_a_PC
I'm already worried about putting in the CPU
Got this for $2000 in Aussie dollars. How good is it?
I forgot thermal paste once. Nothing too bad came out of it but I did shit myself.
Take your time. If you already have a PC available keep a video tutorial handy. If it's not going in, don't force it.
>Take your time.
>Wear an anti-static wrist strap.
>Read the manuals.
>Insert the HDD, SSD and disk drives before putting in the motherboard.
>Same with the power supply
>Make sure you get a motherboard that will have its PCIE and RAM slots far apart from each other
Here is your advice.
Don't get suckered into expensive gaying RAM
AMD/ATI is cheap for the power but will inevitably fuck you over with bad drivers and bad optomization thanks to Nvidia shady back room deals
ASUS or Gigabyte Mother board
Power supply Corsair, Seasonic, Antec
GPU manufacture ASUS, MSI, NEVER EVGA
Hard drive see image
I've already opened a computer, taken some things out and back in so I wasn't too worried but then I heard about static discharge and having to force the CPU in a little but not too much or it's fucked.
You can always buy a anti-static bracelet. But honestly, I never had that sort of problems. My 2 mistakes I did in 6 years of building and tinkering computers, was putting too much thermal paste on my old Q6600 CPU and instead of it helping it dissipate heat, it was actually storing heat. Caused my PC to overheat, but I noticed it quickly and fixed it. The other one was a little cable that was blocking GPU fan, so to my surprise my GPU was at 96º, while playing Monster Hunter Frontier Online. I only noticed it because, usually, the GPU never even got to the 70ºs.
Just follow the guide and you'll be fine.
>what is minimum wage
$1642 is like $700, but you can't get these pieces for that.
Inb4 >but cost of living
Best case for the money coming through.
I might as well ask, when I turn on my comp nothing appears on screen but I can hear my fans and computer turn on. Is that a graphics card issue, processor or even maybe the power supply?
Look at all the all the stats Nvidia have been bragging about, do you know what they all vastly benefit? Workstation GPUs.
I'm calling it now, Pascal is going to be the next installment in Nvidias Quadro line with some dumbed down 'consumer grade' cards further down the track.
>not to choose sides
You pick a side or fuck off.
How many different versions will be released though?
Predict at least a few will be for gaming, so I want to be ready. Will have to upgrade pretty much everything else to accommodate it but even if you are right, better cards will be out by then anyway
>I want to build a pc gamer
Well hookers can be relatively cheap but I don't think you could convince them to sire your child so you'd probably have to take the traditional romance approach which can get pretty costly. None of this includes the price of raising a child.
Further more there isn't even a guarantee they'll grow to be a PC gamer.
Good luck OP.
I just got the big brother for myself for Christmas. I love this thing.
>How many different versions will be released though?
No idea but I have a feeling there won't be any 'M' varients
It just seems strange that you're 'preparing' for the most cycled component of any gaming PC.
Since I can't justify buying 1 whole pc gamer I bought
a gaming laptopinstead. Literaly waiting for the mail to deliver the package
Intel Core i7-6700HQ 6th gen
8 GB RAM
Nvidia Geforce GTX 960M
shit's upgradable to a certain degree
Cost me 1000 €, did I do good, any games out there it won't handle?
It comes with Win10, is it good for gaming or should i downgrade
i see maybe 2 games that I would actually want to try. kek
>fuccboi land line phones
kop tek desu senpai
Yep, smooth as butter. The stock fans are a bit loud, but other than that everything is excellent. Looks great, too. Honestly, my favorite feature is that the drives are hidden behind a magnetic door in the front and the simple wire management.
in terms of price, or hardware?
I don't like the design, but I had to choose between a Dell with a good graphic card and a slim, shiny HP. At least it doesn't look like an alienware fuccboi-computer
Well, they're loud compared to my Noctua CPU fan, so I am a bit biased. They're also surprisingly louder than the shitty stock fans that came with my original Cooler Master case when I built my first high-end rig four years ago.