[SOLVED] Custom PC Help

COLGeek

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You don't need the thermal paste. The CPU comes with a heatsink with a quality thermal compound pre-applied to it.

Otherwise, that is a decent "budget" build overall (not a huge fan of the PSU, but it is adequate).

What about Windows? Also, I assume you have all the other typical peripherals.
 

COLGeek

Cybernaut
Moderator
You don't need the thermal paste. The CPU comes with a heatsink with a quality thermal compound pre-applied to it.

Otherwise, that is a decent "budget" build overall (not a huge fan of the PSU, but it is adequate).

What about Windows? Also, I assume you have all the other typical peripherals.
 
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You don't need the thermal paste. The CPU comes with a heatsink with a quality thermal compound pre-applied to it.

Otherwise, that is a decent "budget" build overall (not a huge fan of the PSU, but it is adequate).

What about Windows? Also, I assume you have all the other typical peripherals.
Yeah just need the system.
 

Rya6822

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The m.2 is alright for your operating system, but I would buy a new drive or just upgrade to over 500gb before installing anything. Even a cheap 1TB hard drive will suffice.
 

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