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whats up tech central here and welcome to a brand new video on the channel today we will take a in depth look at my gaming slash editing pc build for the channel. So without further a dew lets get started, so i know alot of people in the comment section of the timelapse video said that the build was well over $500, guys prices fluctuate daily and thier is nothin i can do about it, i sourced half of the parts from amazon and the other half from Micro Center to make it a $500 gaming pc build. All the parts used in this build will be linked down below in the description box, so for the motherboard i went with the MSI 970A SLI Krait Edition, this motherboard is capable of overclocking the cpu and really good for sli builds, i bought this motherboard for $54 from micro center but thier was a mail in rebatefor $15 that brought the price down to $39. For the cpu i went with the amd fx 8320e processor, this cpu has a base clock of 3.2 ghz and a turbo clock of 4 ghz. i didnt overclock this processor yet because i am planning on doing a full video on how to overclock amd cpus so stay tuned for that but i got this processor for $90 from microcenter. next up for ram i went with 8 gb of ddr3 memory clocked at 1866 mghz these are from Kingston the HyperX FURY series. i got this for $60 off of amazon. and for storage i went with a 240 gb ssd from drevo this is the xi series and this ssd id super fast for boot ups and running other applications. at the tim i got this for $75 off of amazon. for the graphics card i went with the gtx 1050ti from evga it tends to go for 140$ but i snagged this one for $115. this is a really good budget graphics card from nvidias 10 series lineup. i was deciding to go with an all amd build but after taking a look abenchmarks this gpu performs better in this price range. powering all of these components s the 500 watt power supply from EVGA ad everything is packed inside the ractal core 1000 case for the finest is the 600 watt power supply from thermaltake which i got for $45, and everything is packed inside the NZXT s340 case which i got for $65. so since this is a gaming and editing pc i decided to include a render sample, so i rendered a 3 min video at 1080p 30fps and it rendered it in 6 minutes which in my opinion is 10 times better than my old pc which took about 30 minutes average to render videos in 720p 30 fps. so now that that is out of the way lets take a look at how this gaming pc performs whilst playing games. Hopefully you guys enjoyed the benchmarks, make sure to leave like i will be uploading a how to build guide for this pc so if your not already subscribe to the channel, also follow me on twitter for sneak peaks on my next months pc build which i have already started to put together. thank you all so much for watching and i will see you all in the next video. Gaming PC Build, Editing PC Build, PC Build, $500 gaming pc, how to build a $500 gaming pc, best $500 gaming pc, budget gaming pc, $500 gaming pc 2017, $500 gaming computer, cheap 1080p gaming pc, budget 1080p gaming pg, $500 gaming pc build benchmarks, 500 gaming pc benchmarks, how to build a gaming pc, cheap gaming pc 2017, budget gaming pc build, gaming pc build, $500 Gaming PC Build | Gaming\\/Editing PC Build | Benchmarks, $500 Editing PC Build, gaming pc under $500
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with that being said let's get on with
the video what's up guys TechCentral
here and welcome to a brand new video on
the channels today we'll be taking an
in-depth look at my gaming / editing pc
build for the channel so that further
ado let's get started so I know a lot of
people in the comment section of the
time that's video said that they build
was well over five hundred dollars but
guys prices do fluctuate daily and
there's nothing I can do about it i
sourced half in the parts from amazon
and the other half from microcenter to
make this a five-hundred-dollar gaming
pc build all the parts used in this
build will be linked down below in the
description bugs so for the motherboard
I want the MSI 970 asli great addition
this motherboard is capable of
overclocking the cpu and really good for
sli bills I bought this month about 450
four dollars from microcenter but there
was a fifteen dollar mail-in rebate that
brought the price down to thirty nine
dollars which is a really good deal and
I pair this month the book with the AMD
fx-8350 has a base clock of 3.2 gig
yards in a turbo clock of 4 gigahertz I
didn't overclock the CPU yet because I
am planning on doing a full tutorial on
how to overclock your AMD CPUs so stay
tuned for that but I got this processor
for $90 from microcenter next up for a
man with 8 gigabytes of ddr3 memory that
is clocked at 1866 these are from
Kingston the HyperX fury series I got
these for sixty dollars off of Amazon
and for storage and with a 240 gigabyte
SSD this is from devo this is the x1
series this SSD is super fast for good
up and running other applications at the
time I got this for seventy five dollars
off of amazon i also have a mass storage
a 500 gigabyte WD blue hard drives that
i use for mass storage that really comes
in handy I sources from my
their pc that i was running at the time
before i got this and i didn't include
this in this bill because i just felt
that see 240gb SSD could get the job
done for the graphics card the graphics
card island is the gtx 750ti from EVGA
this GPU tends to go around for a
hundred forty dollars but a snag this
one for $115 this is a with a good
budget gravis card from Nvidia's 10
series lineup I was deciding to go with
an all AMD bill but after taking a look
at benchmarks distribute performs better
in this price range powering all of
these components is the 600 watt power
supply from thermaltake which I got for
$45 and everything is packed inside the
NZXT s 340 case which I got for sixty
five dollars off of amazon so since this
is a gaming in as an EPC build I decided
to include a render sample so I rendered
a three minute video at 1080p 30 frames
per second and they rendered in six
minutes which in my opinion is 10 times
better than that old pc which took about
30 minutes average to render videos in
720p 30 frames per second and the
average video length was about two to
three minutes so now that that is out of
the way let's take a look at how this
gaming PC performs while playing games
hopefully you guys enjoyed the
benchmarks make sure leave a like i'll
be uploading a how to build a guide for
this pc so if you're not already
subscribed to the channel also follow me
on twitter for sneak peeks on my next
month pc build which i have already
started to put together thank you all so
much for watching and i will see you all
in the next video
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126 Folder Collection
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