Ok thankyou so much for the help. I decided to order 750watt PSU as back up encase if needed anyway so yeah but fair enough
Should I run a more powerful PSU or is 500W enough to run this because when I started it up for the first time one of my cooling fans ran then stopped and then once the system fully ran it started back up again
This price might change though because cryptocurrency rises are declining
The normal price if this one is 238.00 base price but then extra for shipping
The GTX1050Ti I found is in total 257$ including shipping which is a few dollars cheaper then buying one for 259.00 not including shipping.
Ok understandable because World of tanks's recommends GTX 1050Ti cards when playing ultra settings but I'll only ever play at Medium setting I guess because I live in Australia and have crap internet speeds anyways because its laggy. I play ok on my Mac at 60FPS and it isn't the best because it fluctuates a lot with internet speeds like I generally get less then 100Ping if no one is hogging the internet. That is why I am not fussed but I like playing at decent graphics
Under 300AUD is suitable for me because I don't want to blow my money. I am already going to use a 8GB RAM card and i5 intel core CPU because my motherboard allows DDR4 to GDDR5 cards
Ok I generally play World Of Tanks at custom settings and War Thunder at low settings but want to be able to play that at higher setting. I am not fussed just want a decent graphics card to allow me to play at 60FPS or higher and I decided MSI GTX1050Ti as a second option for 238.00AUD if I want to go more cost
I think i would choose a GTX1050Ti 4GB for atleast under 300 dollars or less
I will keep searching for GTX1050Ti cards for cheaper
Nevermind about this RX560 unless if I want to spend 213.14AUD instead of paying $200.00 with free shipping I dunno if it is worth it truthfully if I want to buy a new model for slightly more
I found this RX560 4GB card for slightly less then that RX460 I saw on Ebay.
I think I will stick to this RX460 card unless if I can find the 560 card again that I saw was for 155.00 but the RX460 seems to look more reliable.
What's the hceapest GTX1050Ti 4GB graphics card? Can anyone tell me the website and name because I am honestly choosing this gigabyte one now over anything but if you guys have found GTX1050Ti for cheaper then let me know
No wonder why I can not find this LEDMOMO anywhere for reviews
Wait really? I saw on Amazon LEDMOMO 4GB card well could be suspicious but uh I found another Gigabyte Graphics card which is the RX560 4GB card for 155.00AUD
Nevermind about that $200.00AUD Gigabyte grahics card I've chosen. I found a LEDMOMO DDR5 4GB GTX 1050Ti card for slightly cheaper cause I found one on Amazon that costs 136.99AUD so cheaper but still good and this one looks better.
Apparently it is a decent graphics card for a gaming build so yeah
I am sticking to this graphics card I found on Ebay which is a Gigabyte Radeon RX460 4GB Windforce OC Graphics card for $200.00AUD
Ok thankyou! Currently I have bought and waiting for these parts to come in the mail for me:
Desktop case called the Deep cool Tesseract $55.00 but paid extra for shipping so $90.00
Gigabyte Z370 D3 Motherboard: 168.86
I currently have about if the payment goes well 67.23AUD left of money and ordered this bad boy
Crucial 8GB RAM card DDR4: Price Ebay: 109.00AUD (includes shipping)
I am saving my money now for the next part to buy. The CPU
I chose an Intel Core I5 8th gen CPU for 238.50 (includes shipping price) but base cost is 230.00AUD
Will order that next time I get paid
Beginner gaming build of 1,000AUD or less budget build with parts from different websites and currently own the PC case and Motherboard.
List of parts:
PC Case Deepcool Tesseract actual price includes shipping $90.00 original price $55.00
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z370 D3 LGA1151 original price $167.86, price includes shipping $168.86 but some how I got charged more
Video Card: Gigabyte Radeon RX460 4GB Windforce OC: Price $200.00 on Ebay includes shipping
Memory card: RAM card Crucial 8GB card DDR4: Price $113.45 Ebay
Storage: 2TB Seagate HDD drive 7,200RPM: pricing: $99.00 on Storm computer
Optical drive: LG Blu ray/DVD/CD drive $15.00 (not sure if this is actual price including shipping)
PSU: PCCase gear, found a $69.00 750Watts PSU made by Thermaltake
Monitor: Running or planning on running AOC 21.5inch 1920x1080P Monitor
Software system: Windows 10 64bit
Software: Microsoft Office 2016
Extras: Watercooled cooling fan system: pricing on Ebay $10.34
Are unbranded graphics card any good to use?
Plus can a DDR4 2133MHz graphics card run better for gaming compared to a 3600MHz one?
Heyo I just bought a 55$ Desktop tower called the Tesseract deep cool I think it was, anyway I commited to buying it on PC case gear. when I earn money again I will buy the Gigabyte Z370 D3 motherboard I plan to use next. Gonna get thos two components cause I think I am commiting to my PC build despite saving up for my first car. So I will have the case and the motherboard soon once I order the motherboard. from there I will have to wait ages until I could get my hands on a CPU.
Unless I can go cheaper on the CPU then that is what I chose because am choosing sort of up to date stuff that is cheap.
By the way that Motherboard I found on Ebay I haven't bought yet and it costs 164.85AUD that is with extra shipping ontop and I have that listed with a 405.00 Intel Core i7 8700 CPU
$500 dollar gaming PC or just over is what I am thinking now using a cheap 55.00 Desktop tower I researched on the internet. By the way if your wondering I am using my mum's old PC for gaming and it is Imac desktop 21.5inch, Mid 2010. CPU processor Intel Core I3, Memory 4GB 1333MHz DDR3. Graphics card is ATI Radeon HD 4670 256MB.
It use to be only for working on but I eventually took over it and started playing all sorts of games on it. It runs MacOS Sierra software update on it. Honestly I don't like using Mac's for gaming that is why I wanna build a budget gaming PC someday.
I would even do cheaper than 600AUD cause well yeah just getting an idea of what I could put together for my first build cause honestly I would also want this computer to be flexible for future upgrades and not be so over priced.
I like the idea of cheap run of the mill gaming PC to build that suites my needs for playing games only cause I hate playing games with crap graphics cause with my other computer I am restricted to low resolution and stay at around 60FPS and want to run at performances that my internet allows.
Nope I am completely new I only have basic knowledge of building a PC and never built one before plus I have a dad who built his own and giving me advice. I don't own any computer components realistically my dad owns a video card as spare and that is it.