Recommended computer parts?
Ok so im thinking of building my own computer, but i want to know what some good computer parts are. I will be using the internet sometimes, but mostly i will be playing minecraft, so i want a LOT of fps(frames per second). So before you start listing a ton of good parts, i do have 1 question, to get loads of fps i need a higher video card correct?
So this is the hard disk drive (HDD) i plan to use, its the 2TB one.
These RAM sticks also look like a good choice
Now what else??? Please try to tell me good parts, im not telling a budget because i just want to see what kind of parts you all use without having you think about keeping it low priced, also please make sure it is compatible with the RAM sticks and HDD i have chosen, Thanks!
referring to the first answer, i will not buy a pre built computer or a computer from a place where i can choose parts, i am building my own computer, please recommend parts to use with these parts and that are good, thank you
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
these parts that i would like to recommend for your HDD but your RAM is for laptop not for computer so i make my custom parts along with your preferred HDD.. hope you would like it
Motherboard: NOTE: just choose between this 2 motherboard
Processor: NOTE: just choose between this 2 processor
For you computer case this 2 case would be awesome..
if you are having doubt of my parts you can ask other for them to check if this parts are good for you. Feel free to contact me if you need to ask something regarding to computers. good luck
- ?Lv 44 years ago
Matt mentioned it especially a lot. (thank you Matt) i might propose an AMD chip over Intel, merely for the overall performance-to-greenback ratio. they have continually been extra effective in that element than Intel. you will no longer get the quickest chip around yet once you purchase a competent AMD chip and set up the equipment suitable I assure the only place you will see the variation is in benchmarking courses and your wallet. you may build an superb equipment on your funds. you will get a three.4GHz quad-middle Phenom II processor for below $two hundred further. upload $a hundred twenty five for a Crossfire-able Asus motherboard and $a hundred and fifty for an HD4870 video card (get 2 if the funds facilitates) and you have have been given plenty left for a competent PSU (important with bigger-end video enjoying cards), RAM and not easy drives.
- 7 years ago
don't build a computer for minecraft, plus building a pc isn't as easy as mixing and matching parts. some motherboards won't use certain ram sticks, processor etc. Just buy a computer online, either prebuilt or some that let you select parts.