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The ones with a R5 1600 is a hit or miss. Could be the detuned 2600 or the old 1600
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The ones with a R5 1600 is a hit or miss. Could be the detuned 2600 or the old 1600
Definitely spend the extra for the 3600 Applause
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Definitely spend the extra for the 3600 Applause
I agree. No point in taking an 80 dollar gamble. Plus the 3600 is a beast
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not bad at all
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I've been in the market for a decent budget desktop that can handle newer strategy games like frost punk. Coming from a $1k powerful Lenovo that's easily my favorite computer I've ever had but I think the motherboard is just too dated and don't need a laptop. Is this a good price point?
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I've been in the market for a decent budget desktop that can handle newer strategy games like frost punk. Coming from a $1k powerful Lenovo that's easily my favorite computer I've ever had but I think the motherboard is just too dated and don't need a laptop. Is this a good price point?
If you are coming from a 1k lenovo laptop than either of these will be better than what you have. Laptop CPUs are lower specced than their desktop siblings and a 1k laptop is very Meh range.
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If you are coming from a 1k lenovo laptop than either of these will be better than what you have. Laptop CPUs are lower specced than their desktop siblings and a 1k laptop is very Meh range.
Awesome thank you. In for the 3600.
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I've been in the market for a decent budget desktop that can handle newer strategy games like frost punk. Coming from a $1k powerful Lenovo that's easily my favorite computer I've ever had but I think the motherboard is just too dated and don't need a laptop. Is this a good price point?
This is kinda CPU heavy, compared to GPU. Best value would be finding a used prebuilt with a i7 4790 or some other intel CPU from that era, and putting a RTX 2060 in it, or a new prebuilt with a Ryzen 1600AF and RTX 2060. Look into DLSS 2.0 if you haven't heard of it, it's similar to what the new consoles will be doing, and the only cards on the market right now that can do it are the RTX line from Nvidia.
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Anyone know the motherboard?
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Is it worth it to buy this and upgrade GPU? Say swap the 580 to the 5700 XT for $300~. Is it cheaper than getting the build directly from CyberPowerPC?
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Definitely spend the extra for the 3600 Applause
Is 3600 way better than 1600 you think ? Is it a noticeable difference or just better specs on paper? Looking for an upgrade from my old PC now. Probably not going to play RE remake on it. Lol
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Is 3600 way better than 1600 you think ? Is it a noticeable difference or just better specs on paper? Looking for an upgrade from my old PC now. Probably not going to play RE remake on it. Lol
Put the extra $$$ towards a better GPU, IF gaming is the main thing you're buying for...
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Edit: how would this compare? https://www.amazon.com/SkyTech-ArchAngel-Gaming-Computer-Quad-Core/dp/B077QDM2DP/ref=mp_s_a_1_11?dchild=1&keywords=gaming+computer+on+clearance&qid=1585249394&sr=8-11

So maybe someone can help me decide whether to bite on this one.

I used to build my own PC's exclusively, but I haven't for probably 10 years now. Built a hackintosh and then bought a 2009 iMac when app development got serious and xcode didn't work on PC. Anyways, I need an upgrade and while I've gotten used to my setup, I can't justify the price tag for any decently specd Mac.

Is this a good deal or is there something someone can suggest in the same price range that's better? I won't be trying to play new games on it. Mostly needing high use of Adobe suite, usually 3-5 if the apps running simultaneously. Only occasional video editing. My main concerns are upgradeability (my Mac lasted 10 years and I could probably give more life with an SSD but what's the point), ability to process my graphics, occasional gaming but mostly older stuff anyway, and speed for video ripping and editing.
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Buying a gaming PC for my niece for her graduation gift. Can this play game like Fortnite and GTA well or will it run slow.?
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