6 months ago
Budget: $2500 - $3000
Use: Gaming, Streaming
Peripherals Required: monitor, mouse, keyboard
Operating System: Windows 10 home or pro
Thanks in advance.
"25000" I got you. I can make a god-tier PC for less.
I missed that one lol
PCPartPicker Part List
Seems good, I'll send him the part list and see what he thinks.
reccomend against this build, questionable motherboard. (also, its matx in an atx case which will look odd)
I fixed the mobo now, any other issues?
Well depends on the game.
He says streaming, so going for a better CPU for 150 dollars more would be better for his/her purposes.
look at the post i made on your thing as well, it's not meant to be rude, just constructive criticism.
Also, you have to look at all parts of what the OP wants. If they want Gmaing and Streaming, you want to prioritise GPU and CPU above anything else. In your build above, you spend too much on useless RGB RAM, when you can get the same speed for 60$ cheaper, you spend too much on the motherboard, you don't need a ridiculous motherboard, and that 250$ is a little much for this type of budget in CAD dollars.
If you look at my build below, I went for more functionality than RGB or looks. It has a nice case which is 70$ cheaper than yours, has a 130$ cheaper keyboard, (You really dont need to spend so much on a keyboard for this budget) and a better CPU, GPU, and Mouse. It also has a better PSU as well. You have to learn how to manage your budget for more functionality than anything.
I'm pretty experienced when it comes to this type of stuff, so I know alot about how it works. What the OP wants/needs comes before anything extra. If you have the extra budget room to fit insome cool stuff, great, go for it, but in this instance, we want to keep it on the lower side and not overspend for RGB and pretty cases/peripherals.
This is all constructive feedback, so take it with a grain of salt (or two :P) and just keep building computers.
Again, constructive feedback, not trying to make you feel stupid, just trying to tell you how to get the most out of your budget and how to do this well.
Have a good Day/Night!