I'm building a new computer, and I thought i'd share it with you all. The build can be found here: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/q82hWX
@JKELLER4000 New computers are always exciting.
If the build is complete, how many FPS are you able to get with minecraft?
At this time the build is not complete. However when I do finish it I will make a follow up post, maybe with some screens of my FPS.
I will also post updates as I build with pictures!!
@Cileklim This really isn't the best time to build a PC due to the increased prices of graphics cards. If you can wait for a month or two, you might be able to get a better GPU for the same price or the same GPU for a lower price. I cannot guarantee it though.
This is really true, my 1070 Ti went from $500 to $900 in less than a month, so the prices can fluctuate a lot in a few days. This fluctuates more than the DAX
@drkc97 I'm building a new computer, and I thought i'd share it with you all. The build can be found here:
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We talked about this over Discord, but I don't remember if I asked you this question: Is this your first PC build?
Anyways, here's mine that I built a year ago. Nice PC you're building.
Personally, I would spend more on the processor, but that's just me.
I was silly when I built my PC years ago and picked the most expensive motherboard I saw: https://www.asus.com/ca-en/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VII_HERO/
At the time it was about 300 dollars. I think it will be my motherboard for probably the next 5-10 years. It has so much room for expansion.
It's good you aren't cheaping out on your graphics card though. I cheaped out on mine and I eventually had to replace it later on.
DDR4 is good also. I still use DDR3 since it is so much cheaper and due to Bitcoin miners DDR4 and DDR5 prices have shot up.
Spent 5 minutes making my PC, prices have gone down quite a bit since I built mine though.
When I built mine roughly 3 or 4 years ago it was about $400 more than it would cost now.
@drkc97 i would suggest going with 2 sticks of ram that are 4 gigabytes each since dual channel is significantly better, and i would also advise you to go for a harddrive from a reputible brand if you plan to keep anything of importance on it. You may also want to put money at a power supply from a brand with a good name to uphold since a bad psu can easily kill a system. I will add a modified list to the thread for you when im at my pc.