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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by Frosty, Dec 17, 2016.
Lol wtf man im not saying I want a pc that can run all games in world im saying I want a medium pc
Yup u understand what I mean 250$ or less cuz I don't have much money
What kind of PSU do you have ?
What comes to my mind now: Since your Mainboard is pretty outdated, I am sure you are not using SATA with your drives, right ? Your drives/mainboard probably don't use SATA ports/cables, but ATA ports/cables. Also your PSU probably don't have cables which are currently used.
Just saying because it's about compatibility. If you would get a new Mainboard+CPU, you would have to make sure everything is compatible with each other and I am sure there will be problems with your current PSU and Drives..
If you have a working laptop which you can use for everything you want, you should rather save some money for a while and do a proper hardware update when you got enough money..
PSU u mean that box right ?
Power Supply Unit
Don't go for classic/old gpus . Some of the recent gpus aren't that costly as there's a price war going on between amd and NVidia.
tell me a gpu that isnt costly i went to a shop asked for a 9600gt 1gb 50$
hmm can't beat that but the latest GPU gtx1050 is like 100-110$ I think. So, I believe there might be older gpus like the gtx750, or lets take even the gtx580 and old gpu. its must be of lower price :
If u buy the gpu how do I know if it will fit on the pc ?
I think an overall upgrade of your PC to a low end current gen won't cost you much, but yeah, when you're on the lowest budget with no turns to make, then I guess you can settle down with the other one Maybe in the future you can go for a higher one
Ye cuz im not asking for a gtx1080 lol a 8600gt or a 9800gt would be great
Those were once great GPUS
You won't play any modern games right? Cuz those gpus are not dx11 and every game these days since 2014 require dx11.
Well that's an A
If you want a Great Hardware in low price... Consider these
GPU - Nvidia EVGA GeForce GT 730 2GB ( $67.99 @ Amazon )
CPU -Intel Corp Core I5-670 3.46 Ghz ( $40.99 @ Amazon )
RAM - Crucial 8GB Single DDR3L ( $38.79 @ Amazon )
MOTHERBOARD -MSI Intel H81 LGA 1150 DDR3 ( $44.99 @ Amazon )
PSU - EVGA 500 W1 ( $37.99 @ Amazon )
All these should cost you $224.04
You know that this isn't a Motherboard? It's a whole PC
If it would be MB it would be pretty small
Oops , wrong link .. Sorry
If you take this Motherboard you have to change the RAM
Bc the MB supports only DDR3 and the RAM is DDR4
Whaaaat the fuckk xDDDDD
Done now @TheOneBehindYou1
The DQ57TM Intel board is a business orientated motherboard which lacks consumer features and I believe BIOS support ended in 2011. I would suggest a consumer grade mobo such as the P and H series chipsets for LGA 1156