Question Is this PC worth it?

Lutfij

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From that link, it's hard to say which (chipset)board is being used to drive that entire system. The quality of the board will affect your ram overclocks and the sort of ram upgrades you can go with.

I think you'd be best off building a system of your own using PCPartPicker. That way you have control over what you buy and you can end up buying parts that you'll (likely)never have to change, like a reliable PSU and an matx case.
 

Lutfij

Titan
Moderator
From that link, it's hard to say which (chipset)board is being used to drive that entire system. The quality of the board will affect your ram overclocks and the sort of ram upgrades you can go with.

I think you'd be best off building a system of your own using PCPartPicker. That way you have control over what you buy and you can end up buying parts that you'll (likely)never have to change, like a reliable PSU and an matx case.
 
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From that link, it's hard to say which (chipset)board is being used to drive that entire system. The quality of the board will affect your ram overclocks and the sort of ram upgrades you can go with.

I think you'd be best off building a system of your own using PCPartPicker. That way you have control over what you buy and you can end up buying parts that you'll (likely)never have to change, like a reliable PSU and an matx case.
and compared to this PC, it states the specs much better. Right now building a PC is off the menu given the parts prices and shipping troubles that I just havent got the time to deal with right now. https://www.chillblast.com/chillblast-fusion-ryzen-3-gtx-1650-custom-gaming-pc.html?category_id=529

this one is similiar but uses 2 ddr4 sticks https://www.chillblast.com/chillblast-fusion-fiend-gtx-1650-gaming-pc.html?category_id=412
 

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