Help to build PC!!!!!!!!?
I got already a PC but I want a better one and I want to check if any part of my actual PC work with the PC that I build (like the case or the power supply) just to save some money. And if is possible to make a suggestion (like a SPECIFIC part) it would be nice. This is my first PC.
PC that I create:
Sorry the link was private, here is the link...
Thank You, and I would like to know if any component of my actual PC like the power supply works with the PC that I want to build or the case.
And check my actual PC that came with a Windows 10 installment, I don't know if work. Is a Hiro drive. and I want to know if the fans work too.
- Markus ImhofLv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
Nothing much to be saved from your old PC - the Windows license probably is non-transferrable, but you might at the MS website (perhaps...).
From your PCpartpicker link, I'd drop the HDD (useless on a gaming rig) and the Bitdefender (does nothing that Windows defender wouldn't do at least as well) and put the money into an SSD instead (Samsung EVO 860 should be around 140 bucks for 1 TB).
- Anonymous11 months ago
Maybe I'm missing something with your build list but.............. the Ryzen 5 2600 is cheaper than the Ryzen 5 1600 in your build list. When I do see the Ryzen 5 1600 listed, it's usually going for $100 and it's always $80 at Microcenter.
If you're going to get an 8gb card, then why not an RX 580 or RX 590. The GTX 1660 is a good card too even though it's a 6gb card. Sometimes I'll see an 8gb RX 580 going for $150-170.
It wouldn't be a bad idea to add a 256gb SSD to use as a boot drive.
Do you really need to pay for Bitdefender?
I'd suggest looking around and pricing Windows 10 product keys