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BEST New $400 Gaming PC Tested! – Fortnite, PUBG, LOL, Overwatch & more! – Viral Trends

BEST New $400 Gaming PC Tested! – Fortnite, PUBG, LOL, Overwatch & more!

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  1. Not a bad budget build. But you could literally spend almost double, and be set for some years to come. Also have plenty of multi-core performance for other then gaming. AMD Ryzen 1600's are cheap AF

  2. I know the Raijintek Juno X is moreso for looks, but I like the way it looks in the build. However, newegg is currently out. I checked ebay, and the only ones available are from Italy. Are there any other retailers in the states that may have it?

  3. The 2200G for a $400 PC is still a better value. Dual Core CPUs are past their peak and on the verge of being irrelevant for gaming. Also the Vega graphics do perform relatively well compared to a GT 1030, especially when overclocked, and provides a better upgrade path.

  4. k so I built a pc about 6 months ago, i have a gtx 1060 3gb, ryzen 3 1200, GIGABYTE GA-AB350M-Gaming 3 Motherboard , EVGA 500 W1 psu, Seagate 1TB BarraCuda hardrive, and Ballistix Sport LT 8GB Single DDR4 2666 MT/s of ram. What can i buy that will improve my computer? I feel like it is still lacking

  5. Sorry to slate you mate but this is terrible advice to someone who may be in desperate need of it and I don't think much of your benchmarking technique. Please no one who is new to pcs follow this guide. Zero upgrade path. For the same money you can get a ryzen 5 2400g apu on a b350 board with a 550watt psu. A better case is the coolermaster master box lite 3.1 micro atx. For a extra 5er you can get a 1tb hard drive. So why is this better. With a bit of overclocking you can get near the same results if not better with the ryzen apu, see gamers nexus review and bench marking which takes into account percentile lows and is actually extensive benchmarking. As this chap states the cpu is holding this system back even with that potato gpu, which no one should pay more than its original msrp for of 70 dollars. The 2400g already has four cores which should be enough for anyone just playing games and any ryzen chip can be dropped into a b350 board at a later date. Although this is a coffee lake board, if you tried dropping something better in it in the future, you'd find the board hinders performance with power delivery etc. Meaning you have to upgrade everything. Having that extra 150 psu means in the future when you are more flush you can drop a 250 quid dedicated graphics card on here and bam there isn't a game you can't play at balls to the wall settings at 1080p. Later on drop in another 8gbs and an ssd and you have yourself a high end gaming computer. Basically what I am saying is your better building something you can play on now and have the ability to build on and extend the system you have rather than having to start again and spend the same money twice. Sorry mate video is bad and Intel fan boyisim. Intel is still king for out of the box gaming if you're someone with considerable spare cash and feels the need to have the best everything. The the rest of the population the zen architecture is the future. FYI I have a 7700k in my system because I was ill informed by videos like this, which is totally unnecessary and I could have put that money into better components else where.

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