This part list is private. ..change it to public so we can look at itHere is a link to the build https://pcpartpicker.com/user/itcamie/saved/#view=McMtpg
Any feedback would be great, thanks.
do you think the 550 would hold me off until i get a more powerful psu though?If anything, it is good enough build, but i would still want to get better and more powerful PSU. Probably 650W 80+ Gold will be enough if you are not planning to make future upgrades or heavy overclocks, and the higher PSU power will bring stability to your system overall, as well as keeping it quieter at lower load (when not gaming).
If you already purchased it, then yes it can hold on for normal usage with no upgrades and no overclocks, if you didn't purchase yet there are not too many pricier better PSUs, so you should look to get a better one to purchase.do you think the 550 would hold me off until i get a more powerful psu though?
alright thanks for the feedback my man.Looking through your parts list again, i noticed you have 2 x HDD of 1 TB and 2 TB. If this is a purchase list and you are not really in need of such a high storage demands, i would cut one of those HDDs and invest the money in better PSU
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Power Supply: SeaSonic S12III 650 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply ($66.98 @ Newegg)
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Get this one.
The CX550 will be fine for that build. Also ditch that cheap cooler, it's no better than the stock intel cooler. Howeverdo you think the 550 would hold me off until i get a more powerful psu though?
I already have the keyboard and mouse monitor and the 1tb hardrive from my previous build brother. And the cpu and cpu cooler is being given to me from a friend, aswell as the psu. I was just curious as to if the psu hes giving me is enough for this build.Interesting to see how "money is tight" yet there's enough to buy a gaming keyboard as opposed to a good quality power supply..
Fair enough. No, that PSU isn't really recommended, a good quality 650w Corsair, Seasonic, that'd be what I'd be shooting for with that build.I already have the keyboard and mouse monitor and the 1tb hardrive from my previous build brother. And the cpu and cpu cooler is being given to me from a friend, aswell as the psu. I was just curious as to if the psu hes giving me is enough for this build.
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