Want to make your own computer?

CyberToad
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Joined Mar 2015 Posts: 5,394
edited 28 Mar 2018, 2:26PM
I have seen many players ask about what computer works with this and other games, but most do not want to spend thousands of dollars to get a new computer.   Building a computer yourself may seem like a daunting exercise, but with the help of some online experts this task may not be as bad as you would expect. 

I am borrowing a video from Pauls Hardware to show how you can build a nice gaming rig for under $500.00 US dollars.   The computer he shows here is a AMD Ryzen 3 2200G Processor with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics running on a Gigabyte AVB350N gaming motherboard.   Paul has linked all the parts and does an excellent job of going through the parts and the build.  This is a great way where you can purchase the parts, over time if needed and build a gaming computer.

Please enjoy the video and I hope this will give you ideas on how easy it is to make your own Gaming PC.


 
Do you need a copy of Windows on the cheap?  Paul has another video explaining how to get Windows and install it on your new computer.


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  • Jim93843
    Jim93843
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    Doesn't matter what kind of computer you build or buy.
    Your gaming will always be bottle necked by the country's internet infrastructure.
    Sure you may be using DSL, Cable, FIOS, Satellite etc...
    Somewhere between you and kixeye's server, that DSL runs through some 100 year old telephone wiring, that Cable transfers into a telephone line and is pushed through old wiring or a metropolitan area where everybody is placing calls to their relatives, that Fios.. guess what... telephone line at some point. Which leaves a satellite, where a cloud, some snow, some rain WILL affect performance and when the signal is bounced back down to the planet.. is bottle necked back down to a telephone line at some point...
    You want a fast, secure, less disconnecting game? Move next door to one of their 3 servers and plug a cable directly into their machine.
  • CyberToad
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    edited 28 Mar 2018, 2:34PM
    Jim93843 said:
    Doesn't matter what kind of computer you build or buy.
    Your gaming will always be bottle necked by the country's internet infrastructure.
    Sure you may be using DSL, Cable, FIOS, Satellite etc...
    Somewhere between you and kixeye's server, that DSL runs through some 100 year old telephone wiring, that Cable transfers into a telephone line and is pushed through old wiring or a metropolitan area where everybody is placing calls to their relatives, that Fios.. guess what... telephone line at some point. Which leaves a satellite, where a cloud, some snow, some rain WILL affect performance and when the signal is bounced back down to the planet.. is bottle necked back down to a telephone line at some point...
    You want a fast, secure, less disconnecting game? Move next door to one of their 3 servers and plug a cable directly into their machine.
    Thank you for your feedback. 

    There has been a few people who want to know how to build their own gaming computer.  This is my response to those people.   I have also penned a few posts about internet and what works best depending on what part of the world you are in.  Although your information in informative, it is off topic for this post. 

    Thanks again for your feedback.


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  • CyberToad
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    How to upgrade the computer you just made!

    So its been about a month since I posted here and wouldn't you know Paul has made another video about upgrading the computer he showed us we could make.  Im adding this video to help anyone who did decide to make this type of computer and would like information about how to upgrade it.


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