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400 Dollar Gaming PC Build

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Hello guys I’m Tyler Reed and today I am going to be going over a 400 dollar gaming PC build so, without further or do, let’s get started.

Now, this isn’t a high end gaming build this is for lighter games.

I usually start with the processor for this build I recommend intel’s Core i3-4160 it has the best single thread performance and is great for multitasking, which runs you around 100 to 125 dollars. If you’re more experienced you can get a Pentium G3258, it would save you 50 dollars and you can overclock it for better performance, but that will definitely impact the lifetime of the processor.

For graphics I chose the R9 260x as it is 100 dollars and is a definite steal for the performance at its price range.

For the motherboard I went with a cheap yet very efficient MSI H81M-E33 LGA 1150 Intel H81 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX, it’s a mini ATX board so its small but has all of the PC motherboard components, and leaves space for extra fans.

For the RAM I recommend 8gb of something in the 30 dollar range, inexpensive, but easy to replace.

A 500 watt power supply is recommended, once again cheap and easy to replace. literally there’s hundreds of options out there.

For the case I chose the Sentey Computer Case CS1-1398 PRO, it still leaves plenty of space for airflow, and 30 dollars is a steal for its build quality at that price.

Okay that’s the build, it isn’t for full out gaming, as it was a build under 400 dollars, like this video if you liked it, and dislike it if you disliked it and as always don’t forget to join the tech side!

Hello guys, I’m Tyler Reed, and my love of tech started when I was around 13 years old. I had just gotten the HTC Wildfire S, which at the time, was perfectly functional, I made tons of videos on it, but my voice was super high pitched and the videos weren't very entertaining, so I deleted them all. Soon after I really got into writing, and tech is where I found my niche, so when I was offered a chance to write for NHTech I jumped on it, I have come very far from where I started and I can honestly say I didn’t expect to get this far. I spend my summers doing nothing, seriously, so I thought I would get into doing something I liked. hopefully one day I will get paid for doing what I love, but honestly doing it for free is okay with me.

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