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blackDaglia asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 09:50 AM
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Any idea how much additional cost it would be to build one that can do [email protected]? I guess it would just take a motherboard with hdmi 2.0 or displayport. I don't need a gpu.

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5700G - $280 as of writing this on ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/29431571...SwYhNhf3xq
32GB of DDR4 Ram ~$100: https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32...klink=true
PSU $35
Budget Cast ~$30-$40
512GB NVME SSD - $50
A520 motherboard with HDMI 2.1 $50: https://www.amazon.com/ASRock-A52...OTHERBOARD

So about $550.
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Any idea how much additional cost it would be to build one that can do [email protected]? I guess it would just take a motherboard with hdmi 2.0 or displayport. I don't need a gpu.

-Guru
Any modern CPU with an IGP (so all non 'F' Intel CPUs and AMD APU's 'G') can do 4k60 for desktop/general use. You'd probably want a 10400 or 11400 with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. around $400
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I assembled 5 desktops last week for work with very similar specs. Only difference is mine had 32GB memory and 500w gold psu. The price to build was about the same before adding windows OS. So if you want to pick a cool case and have non-proprietary psu and mobo that may be a better option. If your time is worth more than that, this is not a bad price for the specs. The CPU comes with a cooler, as well as graphics so it makes for a nice budget build with good capability.
What chipset / motherboard do you like for zen3 builds?
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Is there any offers out there to help shave some of the costs? I'm not sure if my credit cards offer a home depot offer.
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Any modern CPU with an IGP (so all non 'F' Intel CPUs and AMD APU's 'G') can do 4k60 for desktop/general use. You'd probably want a 10400 or 11400 with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. around $400
It would still need a motheroboard that does [email protected] though. Most of these prebuilts such as the one in this thread only have hdmi v1.4 and no displayport. I'm really in no rush so I'll keep looking. Maybe I will decide to build one as it might be a cool learning experience for me and my kidSmilie

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Just looking on ebay at the Dell XPS 8940 line. Looks like these are new open box that people have bought and removed the gpu. These have onboard hdmi (not sure which version) and onboard dp which will do [email protected] This might be something I could possibly do?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/29459185...SwfXRhpWGn

https://www.ebay.com/itm/25490050...SwQndgS9pO

https://www.ebay.com/itm/17480308...SwokRgx64V
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Very lukewarm deal.
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This guy says the motherboard limits the speed of the RAM to 2133 mhz instead of the full 3200.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLT6CbwgO-M
He says adding a second stick of ram ( thereby enabling dual channel ) gives it a decent performance boost.
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What chipset / motherboard do you like for zen3 builds?
I used B450 boards, specifically Gigabyte B450 ds3h v2. It's a no frills board and previous generation, but solid, and can be had for between $50-$70. Bios needs updating to accept the 5000 cpu, and needs to be done with a previous generation ryzen cpu.
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If you cost out the parts, this isn't really a deal.
The 5700g is $300. (Right now on PC PartPicker. Likely to get cheaper due to Intel Alderlake price to performance. Especially after Zen 3d parts come out in a couple months.)
You can build the rest of the system for less than $269 using higher quality parts.

Plus according to HP's website this is a single stick of ram, so you would have to replace that day 1 anyway, so add $60 minimum to the cost. (Even in my Omen GAMING Laptop, the memory timings from HP were bad. But at least it was dual channel.)

And if you are doing anything other than browsing the web a 256G ssd isn't going to be enough. At minimum add a 500G SSD or a larger Spinning disk for another $50.

I might find this tempting at $500 w/ 2x8G Ram and at least 500G of storage. Something that didn't need immediate upgrades. $450 tops as configured. But I would have to actually need a PC RIGHT NOW to justify it. The case/powersupply/motherboard are proprietary landfill quality components. The BIOS is completely locked down limited to only the CPUs HP sells on that motherboard. It has to be cheap enough that the RAM, CPU and Storage justify the cost because nothing else is upgradable.

Wally world still has the Pavilion Gaming tower with a 400Watt powersupply, a 5600G and a rx5500 4G OEM GPU for $629 with dual channel DDR4 3200. That 400Watt powersupply is really the gold medal winner in the Gaming tower. You can only get them from HP and they are going to charge you a kidney for them if bought separately. It's enough to allow an upgrade to a 3060 class GPU. So while still not great, it does allow some room to grow. Just don't plan on putting a 4000 series flagship card from Nvidia into it.
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Searched but can't find that tower. Do you have a link? Thanks!
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If you cost out the parts, this isn't really a deal.
The 5700g is $300.
You can build the rest of the system for less than $269 using higher quality parts.

Plus according to HP's website this is a single stick of ram, so you would have to replace that day 1 anyway, so add $60 minimum to the cost. (Even in my Omen GAMING Laptop, the memory timings from HP were bad. But at least it was dual channel.)

And if you are doing anything other than browsing the web a 256G ssd isn't going to be enough. At minimum add a 500G SSD or a larger Spinning disk for another $50.

I might find this tempting at $500 w/ 2x8G Ram and at least 500G of storage. Something that didn't need immediate upgrades. $450 tops as configured. But I would have to actually need a PC RIGHT NOW to justify it.

Wally world still has the Pavilion Gaming tower with a 400Watt powersupply, a 5600G and a rx5500 OEM Gpu for $629 with dual channel DDR4 3200. That 400Watt powersupply is really the gold metal winner in the Gaming tower. You can only get them from HP and they are going to charge you a kidney for them if bought separately.

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Searched but can't find that tower. Do you have a link? Thanks!
It's not an online deal. They have them cheaper in the store than on the web. I have seen this at 3 different Walmarts in my local area. I think I originally saw the deal on here?

Brickseek doesn't show it even at my store, but I saw it when I went shopping yesterday.
From Brickseek:

HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop, AMD Ryzen 5-5600G, AMD Radeon RX 5500, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Black, Windows 10, TG01-2003w
MSRP: $629.00
SKU: 811088984
UPC: 195908286103

Plus I have seen some where the part number was different and they had a sticker over a1650 labeling with the rx5500 on the outside of the box from HP. Everything else was the same.
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5700G - $280 as of writing this on ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/29431571...SwYhNhf3xq
32GB of DDR4 Ram ~$100: https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32...klink=true
PSU $35
Budget Cast ~$30-$40
512GB NVME SSD - $50
A520 motherboard with HDMI 2.1 $50: https://www.amazon.com/ASRock-A52...OTHERBOARD

So about $550.
But that motherboard doesn't have WiFi or Bluetooth, and the Hp includes a keyboard mouse and optical drive. Not saying this is a superb deal just your part out is missing those.
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It's not an online deal. They have them cheaper in the store than on the web. I have seen this at 3 different Walmarts in my local area. I think I originally saw the deal on here?

Brickseek doesn't show it even at my store, but I saw it when I went shopping yesterday.
From Brickseek:

HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop, AMD Ryzen 5-5600G, AMD Radeon RX 5500, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Black, Windows 10, TG01-2003w
MSRP: $629.00
SKU: 811088984
UPC: 195908286103

Plus I have seen some where the part number was different and they had a sticker over a1650 labeling with the rx5500 on the outside of the box from HP. Everything else was the same.
I think that's an ok deal but you'd have to upgrade the ram bringing the cost up even more. I guess it'd depend on what you do. General computing with a little bit of gaming or gaming with a little bit of general computing?

Just saw they both have just 256gb ssd which is sad. That's not good for anything these days. If all you want is Minecraft and fortnight I don't think any of it really matters as you are going to be fine either way.
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But that motherboard doesn't have WiFi or Bluetooth, and the Hp includes a keyboard mouse and optical drive. Not saying this is a superb deal just your part out is missing those.
My build has superior parts. Double the ram (at 3600mhz cl18) and double the storage. You seemed to have missed that. You can add a pcie Bluetooth and Wi-Fi card and keyboard board if you go with 16gb of ram and 256gb of storage (skip the optical drive) and you would spend less money than this HP deal.
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