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doaler4sback's Completed Build: i5-6600K/RX 470 Build I got for XMAS

MightyMushroom 1 point 28 months ago

my ocd wants me to try to come through the screen and fix your cables, otherwise nice build, couldve went for a 6500, stock cpu cooler and an rx480 for the same cash but thats just my opinion (the opinion of an i5 6400/rx 480 user lol)

bajerrrr's Completed Build: value for a friend

MightyMushroom 1 point 28 months ago

aoc has a nice 1440p 144hz 1ms offering that im looking to move to soon, just wish it had a black and blue option to match my set up better https://pcpartpicker.com/product/mNBrxr/aoc-ag271qx-270-2560x1440-144hz-monitor-ag271qx

ThePedro8161's Completed Build: My Personal Setup With all Peripherals

MightyMushroom 0 points 28 months ago

gpu seems overkill for 1080p, id suggest a 1440p or 4k monitor upgrade in the near future

Corkington15's Completed Build: Blue Build (first computer build)

MightyMushroom 1 point 28 months ago

great set of parts for a first build, im rocking my first build with a 6400 and an rx480 4gb pushing pixels like nobodys buisness, and i think im rocking the 2 of the 60hz varients of your monitor lol

parkinwad's Completed Build: Assassin's Creed Build

MightyMushroom 1 point 28 months ago

this seems like a great build for what your using it for, its amazing what mid to lower end hardware can do for you in terms of the gpu, id suggest a 1070 when you are looking to upgrade but for now the 1060 seems great

ThoughtA's Build Guide: Entry Level Gaming Build

MightyMushroom 2 points 28 months ago

for mouse and keyboard, dont spend to much, just go for some cheap ones you have laying around, i used the packaged mouse and keyboard from my prebuilt for a good 3 months before upgrading when i first got into pc gaming

ThoughtA's Build Guide: Enthusiast Gaming Build

MightyMushroom 1 point 28 months ago

exactly, if your going to be doing more cpu extensive tasks like video rendering or streaming an i7 will help but even the i5 could handle these things fairly well

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