Journal #8808

Posted 1 year ago2017-05-15 11:45:42 UTC
Bulding a pc rig - 600~ euros...

Hello summoners (no wait hello twhl) :)
i am planning to build a new pc (finally, actually mine is 7 years old)

can u help me? i want propositions with/without GPU. I might think about building a rig for 600 euros without GPU which i will buy 2-3 months later.

8 Comments

Commented 1 year ago2017-05-15 12:54:51 UTC Comment #61738
Id go with Ryzen 5 + GTX1060 for your budget.
A 1060 is ~200eu, and i believe its the bare minimum for some "futureproof'ness" and a really good gaming experience now. I'm running one now with a 7700k (what an underkill compared that my rig was 10x the price of the 1060 :D ).

Anyway I recommend AMD now for budget builds because they have come back to screw Intel with low cost, high core count medium-end chips.
Commented 1 year ago2017-05-15 14:01:52 UTC Comment #61742
i have started to explore hardware forums and i have just build something:
i will buy GPU next(?) month so far i got an old GPU radeon hd6850 1gb ddr5 :| money
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547,32 EUR~
Commented 1 year ago2017-05-15 14:23:50 UTC Comment #61739
AMD Ryzen 5 1500X - 200eu (4 cores 8 threads compared to i5's 4/4)
Asus B350M-A - 80eu

Food for thought if you decide to go the AMD route.

Why the DVD drive ?
Commented 1 year ago2017-05-15 15:02:47 UTC Comment #61743
i am reading about ryzen 5 1500x. It is much better than i5-7500 when it comes to software and i have been working in blender, gimp and programming but is ryzen good in gaming?
i think that i spend more time in software than games.. :o
well i need dvd drive, i have a lot of backups and games on dvd's :)
Commented 1 year ago2017-05-15 16:51:39 UTC Comment #61740
It's comparable to the 7500 and way better in multicore performance if you use blender you will appreciate that. Though i have not done a ton of research on it since it is quite new.
Commented 1 year ago2017-05-15 18:08:18 UTC Comment #61737
From what I've observed in benchmarking videos, Ryzen performs the same or slightly less than Intel processors, but the key difference is that Ryzen is not fully occupied (50-60% only), while the intel ones go to 90% CPU utilization.

I think Ryzen cpus are excellent for multitasking.
Commented 1 year ago2017-05-15 20:38:07 UTC Comment #61741
Yeah AMD really got back in the game this generation, i have always been an Intel fanboy, but it seems that the tables are at least turning :)
Commented 10 months ago2017-07-30 18:28:49 UTC Comment #61744
hey guys i don't know if u remember that journal but i have decided to get into Ryzens :)

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