It's ok but could be improved on. You should have stuck with 8gb of RAM for the games you play. Also swap the hard drive for a cheaper SSD or a Toshiba Drive. You don't need 1tb of storage for gaming. Plus the load times are WAY faster and it improves the performance overall.
Its good. The one thing I would improve on to cut down the price and raise the efficiency of the build is to get rid of both of the storage drives and get a 240gb ssd instead. It is faster than the 1tb and can store more files than the 120gb.
If you really want, you can get the 240 SSD and a 320gb HDD for about $80 total.
That's a good idea... Dude ur a genius
(Ignore if have one) but I would reccomend getting a gaming keyboard and mouse, they help a lot. But very nice, I'm actually thinking of building a PC for a friend, this looks pretty good. Nice job
I got a new monitor,(some asus 1080p thing), but that tv was 720p.
I will worship this. This is truly godly
Lol the name
Ok il, do that
The pricing is a bit low, it was about $1600 at micro center, but i was willing to pay the extra so I could build sooner. We are keeping the receipt bc one of the ram sticks might be defective
the old tv is just a monitor for now, i should be getting one tomorrow that's a lot better. I've really never seen anyone use a projecter for a PC, that sounds kinda cool actually.
The ssd was my dads choice, and he says we can upgrade later to a Toshiba hard drive. All my friends who have pcs are all surviving on 240ssd s and they said just go for a 240, so in my opinion the ssd is already good
Haha ya, tomorrow's my bday and I think I'm getting a decent monitor
My dad offered to pay for it, I was planning on an i5