Description

I used this to play games such apex legends, fortnite, destiny 2, battlefield 1, titanfall 2, skyrim.

I started out with a Intel Core i3 4150 and Gigabyte z97X Gaming 5 Motherboard with a GTX 970 a Corsiar CX 500 watt power supply and a 256 GB Adata SSD. I upgraded to a Intel core I5 4460 later in 2015 then i upgraded to the current Intel Core i5 4690k. I lost ther GTX 970 and bought a Asus R9 280x. I also when i went to upgrade to I5 4690k i bent the pins on the Gigabyte motherboard. I bought a MSI z97 PC Mate. I upgraded to the EVGA 650 Watt power supply. then in 2016 i bought a EVGa GTX 960 FTW 2GB. i ran that until last year in September I bought the EVGA GTX 1050TI. before that I damaged the MSI motherboard then had to settle with the current Asus H97 motherboard but it the few H97 motherboard that will let you overclock some. I bought the 500 GB HDD Last year. I bought the Adata 960 GB SSD last month.

Comments

  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

How does one lose a GTX 970?

  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

Becuase I was leasing it from NoComprimise Gaming and somehow it quit working and then I decided I didnt want to pay payments anymore so I bought the 280x

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  • 9 months ago
  • 1 point

Yes I agree there all downgrades but the last one was to have 4GB of memory and the 280x quit working because it was bought from Ebay. If the 960 would of been a 4GB model i wouldnt downgraded to a 1050ti