Tech help for the PC
By ColdFire
#512
I'm looking into getting this pre-built pc but was just wondering if its a decent set up? I know that If I built my own I could get it cheaper or get a better system but I cant do that at the moment so was hoping to get a decent pre-built one to last me a few years. I'm terrible with the specs and everything else so hoping you could look these over and tell me if its a good build or not!

Price - £790
Case Built In - Titan Gaming Case With Side Window and Blue LED Fans
Motherboard - Gigabyte H110M-DS2
Motherboard Expansion - 1x PCI Express x16, 2x PCI Express x1
CPU Type - Intel I5 7th Generation Kaby Lake
CPU Model - Intel Core I5 7600 3.5ghz 6mb Cache 7th Gen Kaby Lake
CPU Socket - Intel 1151
CPU Speed - 3.5 Ghz
CPU Max Turbo Clock Speed - 4.1 Ghz
CPU Cooler - Standard Intel Cooler
Memory - 8gb DDR4 2133mhz Performance Ram
Hard Drive Size - 1tb Western Digital WD10EZEX 64mb Cache 7200rpm HDD
Optical Drive -Samsung 24x Sata DVD Writer
Graphics Card - Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 6gb VR Ready
PSU Size - EVGA 600w Quiet 80 Plus Bronze Certified Semi Modular Power Supply
Operating System - Windows 10 Home 64bit Installed With License and Disc Monitor - Not Included Keyboard / Mouse - Not Included Wireless Network - Not Included
Front / Top Case Ports - 2x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0, 1x Headphone Jack, 1x Microphone Jack 1x Fan Controller Rear Panel Connections - 2x PS/2, 1x D-Sub, 2x USB 3.0/2.0, 4x USB 2.0/1.1, 1x RJ-45,3x audio jacks (Line In, Line Out, Mic In) Special Features - 3x 12cm Cooling Fans Included, Additional Case Cooling Optional, Fan Controller, Fully Upgradeable
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By richietog
#513
What? No SSD drive? It's an alright set up, would have preferred a SSD drive, but that is just me I guess

The rest of the specs seem reasonably good
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By Glamdring
#519
Not bad at all. If you want to play the fastest games on Ultra then you might find the graphics card lacking just a touch, but otherwise (plus an SSD as Richie said), it's pretty good.
By ColdFire
#523
Ah okay thank you for the quick replies! I'm planning on adding a SSD to it when I get more money :) ill just be happy to play some games on high/medium settings, ive always had computed with intel hd graphics :lol:
By ColdFire
#525
Do you think id benefit from using one of those build it yourselfs websites like overclockers or pcspecialist? Or have I found a pretty good pc already?
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By Wooster
#526
This site (in an old form) had some links to Overclockers.

Build a kit the same on Overclockers and then play around with the components to see if it's worth your while. :)
By ColdFire
#527
I checked out overclokers, however they seem pretty expensive, everytime I build something it goes way other £100, my budget is £800, I'm really not good with specs haha
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