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  • so I drew something up.

  • This is right.

  • Here is a little sketch of what?

  • I kind of want my desk toe look like I'm moving into a new house, which also means I'm moving into a new office and I just want to show you a little bit of what I sketched up here.

  • So obviously this isn't the whole Roomba.

  • Try to lay it out for you.

  • Obviously, we have to death right here to form an L.

  • This desk right here, up against a wall and this death has space in between the desk in the wall.

  • And I think this is where I'll be able to put some of my lighting equipment.

  • This camera.

  • Now I'll be able to record from this angle and then from this single if I ever so desire.

  • There's also wall right here where I think this will butt up against, but I kind of want another desk, maybe not as deep as these two desk, but something a little bit thinner for essentially a shelf that is a desk level that kind of come along this wall all the way down the wall, I think would be nice to have kind of like a U desk, if you will.

  • And what you see on the desks here is you'll have my big mouse pad with a keyboard in my mouth.

  • I want to get an extra monitor.

  • In addition to the one I currently have.

  • I want to have my mike kind of hidden by the monitor.

  • So if I'm recording from this angle liver here, you can't really see the mic too much.

  • I don't want it protruding out.

  • Like from in between this desk in the camera and the monitors.

  • I think it's a cleaner look to happen is over here, and I have two nice little speakers that I kind of want to put up on shells, give myself a little bit more room on my desk.

  • This right here is where I thought I wanted to find.

  • Mike still may be an option, but I just eggs that out so I could put my mike over here and then this is my PC case, and this is what we're going to be going over today.

  • So here is my current PC.

  • First thing you may notice is that is a really big computer case and the second thing you may notice is that this is a burial PC.

  • I probably built this back in 2000 14 times in 15.

  • To put in perspective, let's talk about the specs in this thing.

  • So this has an eye.

  • Five 46 90 k until core processor that set in 18 97 motherboard, a GTX 9 70 GPU on it and eight gigabytes of Ram.

  • You don't have to cry for me just yet.

  • I'm upgrading this thing.

  • I just always thought I was going to upgrade my ran from a gigabytes to 16 or maybe even 2 32 But shortly after I put this whole entire build together, the new DDR four ram at the time it was new came out, and I just never felt like investing more money into outdated Ram, even though that's exactly what I need.

  • Now, if you have your own A t X P C build, this computer case isn't necessarily that big, but I feel like today's day and age we don't need a computer case that is about two foot tall.

  • I would like to look at something closer to the micro, a T X cases or the many I t s cases.

  • Now, those are the sizes of the motherboard and the smaller the motherboard, the smaller Casey wait, be able to use.

  • Now there are a few downfalls to one over the other.

  • We're gonna discuss that, but today I have three builds on PC Park picker that I want to show you.

  • So the three bills we're gonna be going over today is the my high end custom built, which is the 80 ex Build this one right here.

  • My custom build micro a T X and then my custom build many I t x.

  • Now, before I dive into these bills, I should probably talk about why I'm building this PC one.

  • I want to build a new PC.

  • This one's kind of outdated, obviously.

  • But what I'm going to be doing with the B C is a lot of video editing, some photo editing, gaming, streaming and coding.

  • Let's start off with the regular a TX build my high end custom build.

  • So for my CPU, I chose Mac Daddy Intel Core I 9900 k 3.6 jiggers.

  • A core processor.

  • This has a boost clock upto five gigahertz and I think that would do just fine.

  • I'm currently maxing out my CPU at any given moment with whatever I do on my computer, and I don't want that to be a problem anymore.

  • So what I'm doing is going with the best see pew on the market within my budget.

  • That way I don't have to worry about my CPU maxing out CPU cooler.

  • Now, Although I am having the I nine, I decided not to get a brand new CPU cooler because I currently have in this system a corsair h 100.

  • I not version too, But version one and maybe I should do a little bit more research.

  • But I'm fairly certain that that Corsair CPU will do just fine with the Aina.

  • Please correct me if I'm wrong.

  • The motherboard is the Emmis Isay 3 90 courses has 11 11 31 chip set.

  • I have been debating between this m s I motherboard in the a Seuss prime motherboard civil because it's a $77 difference and this one looks a whole hell of a lot cooler.

  • But I'm too cheap.

  • I don't I don't know if it's necessarily worth it to get something to look so cool that I probably may even be putting under my desk.

  • So it's essentially the same exact motherboard.

  • Different bios, different look.

  • But for now, we're sticking with the Z 3 90 because budget friendly memory is G skill.

  • 32 gigabytes.

  • DDR 4 32 100 Now what you'll notice is is to 16 gigabyte sticks, and this motherboard is a four stick ram motherboard, right?

  • Four slot motherboard.

  • So if I wanted to upgrade and double my ram, get the same exact Graham again, I could.

  • But for now, I don't mind on Lee quadrupling the ram from eight gigabytes of a current system to 32 gigabytes in my future system.

  • But I want to make sure that we understand what software is necessary when having this PC building that is this the Would you look at that right there?

  • Skill Share $0 like that's not a bad deal.

  • You get too much of skill share premium for free.

  • If you're one of the 1st 500 to click the link of the top of the description inside the skill share, it's so crazy that they would just throw this at the top of the Chu software section.

  • If you don't know what skill share is, it is an online learning platform for creatives like you and I.

  • Whether you're a designer, photographer, videographer coder, what have you I don't want to forget business freelancing.

  • That type of stuff is well.

  • They have courses on all of it.

  • Where in all want to see a lot of their courses take you less than two months to complete.

  • So if you sign up for two months for free, you're able to get through at least a single course, and you'll be well on your way to learning a whole lot more about your particular industry.

  • It's a very good bang for your buck, especially considering it's free for the 1st 2 months.

  • But even if you decide to pay afterwards, it's only $15 per month in less than $9 per month.

  • If you pay annually, that's the savings off 45%.

  • So please be sure to support scale share for supporting the channel.

  • Click Lincoln Top description gets go share premium for free on with the rest of the builds.

  • Storage is a whole lot cheaper than what it used to be, so I don't mind spending $78 on a nice 8 60 Evo 500 gigabyte s s d Do I need it?

  • No.

  • If I needed to take out $78 worth of this particular build, this is what I'll take out.

  • But it will be really, really nice to have in video card.

  • Now, this has been one that I've really been debating between this one right here.

  • The G t G force Artie X 2066 go bite in the G force utx 16 60 t I.

  • The memory is the same on these.

  • The core cluck is higher on the 16.

  • 60 t i, however, on all of the benchmarks and tests and whatnot, it shows the 2060 is being a better GPU.

  • But this one is $70 cheaper for this particular build words, we're going to keep the 2060 simply because I have it in the budget.

  • This total actually comes in a little bit cheaper than the total of my other bills, which is around 17 50.

  • So I don't mind spending a little bit extra money if this one is indeed better.

  • And that for the case.

  • Obviously, I would use this case for the power supply.

  • I have a E v g a gold plus 750 power supply, so I think I should be fine there.

  • I'll get Windows 10 and stop using Windows eight.

  • You're welcome, and I want to get another one of these monitors.

  • Which is the A Seuss PB 278 Q.

  • All of what is to be able to have a video where something running on my second screen while I'm doing work on my primary screen.

  • Many of you all know is that whenever I edit a video, I'd like to have, like, a twitch stream or something going on in the background cause it makes it feel a little bit less lonely.

  • I just like it.

  • And then once I do some of my twitch streams, I'll be able to not have my Mac book sitting on the desk, but instead have everything on Twitch opened up in the secondary screen while I'm playing the video game on the primary screen.

  • And that should be Maybe I should add in some of the what is it called the gray stuff that goes between CPU and CPU cooler thermal paste.

  • I should probably get some of that, but it's a couple bucks.

  • And for Peru feels already have everything I need now on to the micro eight takes build is going to edit part list view again.

  • Of course, we're gonna be going with same CPU.

  • For reasons I previously expressed.

  • This is a micro a TX motherboard.

  • It's this z 3 90 of course, I'm looking at the micro 86.

  • The motherboards, not the mini A i t.

  • X just yet.

  • The reason I chose this one is because I like the look of it better than the A suits.

  • They're essentially the same motherboard except different bios and just $5.40 price difference.

  • And if I needed to cut off $40 from my total build out, 100% go with this gigabyte one right here.

  • The memories the same.

  • The storage is the same.

  • The video card here is the 16.

  • 60 t i simply because I didn't want that sexual $70 added onto the budget because that would throw my build over the $1800 mark, and I just don't see the benefit and spitting 70 extra dollars from the 2060 instead of just getting this 16.

  • 60 t I If someone could really help me out with the whole video card thing, I don't know which one is the best bang for my buck in the neighborhood of $300 give or take $100.

  • The case.

  • For some reason, I just really like this.

  • Ah, the MDX, T h cases, whatever they're called, they just look real nice to me.

  • This has a much bigger window, then the predecessor right here, so I can see all of the components.

  • Hence why I got a slightly cooler motherboard in this one simply because I'm gonna have that nice, big open case.

  • I need to make sure I have co rgb motherboard here.

  • Power supply.

  • I'd use the same one that's currently in here.

  • Microsoft Windows 10 the monitor.

  • So on and so forth.

  • 17.

  • 34.

  • Now let's hop on over to the many I t x build.

  • This is the one I think I want.

  • This is what I think I want the most.

  • I do plan on over clocking the CPU, so that may be an issue, but All right, so the CPU is the same, but the CPU cooler.

  • I should probably make sure that my existing seaview cooler fits in the mini I takes build.

  • Which, if this one right here fits it is the same as exercises.

  • My current Cebu cooler.

  • That should be fine.

  • Compatibility.

  • Good to go.

  • All right, then.

  • Now the motherboard.

  • What did I say about getting all this fancy?

  • Rgb.

  • Well, this build is the fancy rgb gonna specify many I t x going to specify z 3 90 And these are the five that were left with.

  • Sure, I could save $70 go with the cheapest one right here to send you the same motherboard, just different bios and doesn't look a school.

  • But I want to make mine.

  • Look, I'm gonna make the mini I t x look pretty bad ass.

  • I could go with the gigabyte and save myself about $45 But this one, this one just looks really good.

  • I just really like it.

  • I don't know what it is about.

  • I know there are other RG a Seuss motherboards for the other builds up here, but just look at that thing man.

  • That is a good looking many a TX.

  • What about the gig?

  • See, this'll looks sick too.

  • Oh, the orders is so nice.

  • Look at that.

  • Uh, all right, well, that's gonna have to do some debate in there.

  • I'm still gonna leave the Sousse motherboard on the on the board here for the time being.

  • And for this one, I change things up a little bit.

  • I spent a little bit extra money and I went with the G scale trying to see RGB 32 gigabyte DDR 4 32 100 memory.

  • This is the same exact.

  • Essentially the same was like memory.

  • Except for this is the Trident Z instead of the Rip Jaws V or five Don't know how they pronounce it.

  • It is both to 16 gigabyte sticks, both DDR 4 32 100 memory.

  • But this is RGB many I t x.

  • I think it looks sick.

  • Storage is the same video card is the same as the previous building Micro a TX And then the case is the same as the micro a TX but a smaller version This is a H 400 on the mic Micro a TX this is the H 200 many items Windows 10 Same monitor and this comes in there they walk, being a 17 33.

  • If I really wanted to reduce that price under 1700 I would just come in here and get the gigabyte motherboard.

  • I just don't know.

  • I just don't know.

  • And that's it for the three.

  • PC builds.

  • Like I said, I'm leaning more and more towards the mini I.

  • T.

  • X.

  • As the days go on.

  • I just feel like that build is a bill for me.

  • If there's any impediments like I understand over clocking with the lack of fans compared to a big system like that, maybe a little bit a little bit off.

  • I need to make sure that everything is is well ventilated and whatnot.

  • But if you have your two cents that you want to share with me, please do, because I know a lot of y'all are more well versed on PC parts and PC builds and I have one PC over four years ago, so that's kind of where I sit.

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  • I do plan to make a small miniseries out of this pull PC build process, so probably only comprised of, like, two or three videos, but nonetheless, it'll be fun and until next time guys have to go in peace.

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