[SOLVED] Need help choosing a pre-built PC

tobidreng

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Hey community,

I've come to the conclusion that I want to buy a pre-built PC, but I don't know which one to choose. I don't play very heavy games, as I primarily play: Rome 2, DayZ, Rising Storm 2. I play DayZ the most, so it is important that the pc can run it well. Furthermore, I might buy BF5 if the given PC can run it well on high/ultra settings.

In that connection, I think i've read somewhere that DayZ generally runs better on Intel CPUs compared to AMD ones, so I might go for an intel cpu then - but I might be mistaken. However, the advantage of the Ryzen CPU is that it doesn't "need" to be overclocked, as they tend to come with a high gigahertz, and I'd rather not overclock a new intel cpu as I don't know much about overclocking.

Btw, if you can't access the links, just look at the specs and price listed down below :) And I can afford them all, but I just can't decide which one to choose.

Here are the four different PCs - all with 3 year warranty - I'm considering buying:
https://www.komplett.dk/product/11360/pc-tablets/komplett-pc/komplett-gamer/komplett-summer-gamer
"Summer Gamer" - 1006 euros (134 euros off the original price)
ASUS GeForce GTX1660 Dual Evo
ASUS TUF B360M-Plus Gaming
Intel Core i7-8700, 6 cores, 12 threads, 3,2 ghz
CPU fan: Akasa AK-959CU (pretty bad fan according to the reviews)
16GB Ram, 2666 mhz
Kingston A1000 480 gb M.2. SSD
Corsair Vengeance 650m, 650W PSU
Win10Home

https://www.komplett.dk/product/11350/pc-tablets/komplett-pc/komplett-gamer-premium/komplett-gamer-premium-i130#
"Premium i130" 1073 euros
(402 euros off)
Intel core i5-9400f
ASUS ROG Strix B360-F Gaming, S-1151
2x 8gb 2666mhz Ram
MSI Geforce 2060 gtx Ventus, Turing
Kingston A1000 480 gb M.2. SSD
Corsair TX 550M, 550W PSU
WIndows 10


https://www.komplett.dk/product/11144/pc-tablets/komplett-pc/komplett-gamer-premium/komplett-gamer-premium-i135
"Premium i135" - 1207 euros (335 euros off)
Intel core i5-9600K, 3,7 ghz
ASUS ROG Strix Z390-F Gaming, S-1151
2x8GB Ram, 2666 mhz
Zotac Geforce RTX 2060 Super
Kingston A1000 480 gb M.2. SSD
Corsair TX 550M, 550W PSU
Windows 10

"Premium a140"
- 1140 euros (402 euros off)
https://www.komplett.dk/product/11492/pc-tablets/komplett-pc/komplett-gamer-premium/komplett-gamer-premium-a140#
AMD Ryzen 5 2600x, 4,25 Ghz
ASUS Rog Strix B450-F Gaming, Socket AM4
2x8gb 2666 mhz ram
ASUS Geforce GTX 2060 Dual EVO
Kingston A1000 480 gb M.2. SSD
Corsair TX 550M, 550W PSU
Windows 10
 
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AngelTech

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Ok so the premium i135 is the best deal, despite that it doesn't have the best cooler? :) To be fair, i'm not planning on overclocking, so it probably doesn't matter that much in the long run.
Yeah, and as for your other question I'd really recommend at least 1TB but if you are good at managing your storage your current storage should be fine.
 

tobidreng

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I'd personally get a bigger SSD if possible.
By the way, do you think it'd be worth it for me to upgrade the kingston SSD to a Samsung 860 EVO 500GB SSD even though it'd cost me 42 euros? Is the Samsung one a lot faster? Alternatively, I could just add an older 250 GB Samsung SSD that I already have if I ever need more space
 

tobidreng

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I see that would probably be the best option if temps are not good get a better cooler.
Ok so the premium i135 is the best deal, despite that it doesn't have the best cooler? :) Is it due to its mobo or another part? Although to be fair, i'm not planning on overclocking, so the cooler probably won't matter that much in the long run.
 
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AngelTech

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Ok so the premium i135 is the best deal, despite that it doesn't have the best cooler? :) To be fair, i'm not planning on overclocking, so it probably doesn't matter that much in the long run.
Yeah, and as for your other question I'd really recommend at least 1TB but if you are good at managing your storage your current storage should be fine.
 

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