What is your monitor resolution?Hello, could anyone recommend a good build from a good PC gaming site in the UK like PCSpecialist, Overclockers, CyberPower, awdIT, ebuyer, scan.
I'm looking for an Intel (preferably 12th gen) and Nvidia graphics card.
That looks to be a good one but you want to make sure it's G-Sync compatible.I see, I am currently looking at this one from Currys https://www.currys.co.uk/products/a...urved-wled-gaming-monitor-black-10225784.html
I'm not sure what company offers the best prebuilts tbh other than you want one that allows you to see what motherboards and psu's are available as in make and model and you want a case with good airflow. I'd be looking at either the 12400F or 12700F paired with a B660 board.I see thank you. If I was to go with this monitor, do you know what sort of build I should aiming for and also the best place to buy a prebuilt PC.
That case has a solid front panel (not mesh) which means poor airflow as in it's a hotbox. Also the 3080 is super overkill for 1080P. 3060 Ti or 3070 is ideal for 1080P.https://www.currys.co.uk/products/p...intel-core-i7-rtx-3080-1-tb-ssd-10236852.html Do you think this is a good deal from Currys?
The 3070 version of this model is £100 less so I guess it would be more worth to keep the 3080 model.That case has a solid front panel (not mesh) which means poor airflow as in it's a hotbox. Also the 3080 is super overkill for 1080P. 3060 Ti or 3070 is ideal for 1080P.
Case: NZXT H510 Flow
1st link has a 550w psu (not enough juice for that card), no mention of make & model of psu nor the board.Would you recommend any of these two builds that I have found on scan. I think they are both similar but one has the 3070rtx and the other has the 3080 for around 300 extra.
There is also this build I found buy ebuyer which looks like a good deal but it uses a 3060Ti, which I'm not sure if this card is futureproof.
Thanks so much. Do you know how much this would be to have an i7 processor?Case: NZXT H510 Flow
Board: ASUS TUF GAMING B660-PLUS WIFI D4
CPU: Intel Core i5 12400F
Cooler: be quiet! Pure Rock 2
RAM: 32GB (2x16GB) Corsair Vengeance LPX 3600MHz
GPU: 8GB EVGA GeForce RTX 3070 XC3 BLACK
PSU: Corsair RM750x, Modular, Silent, 80PLUS GOLD
M.2 SSD: 1TB WD Blue SN570 NVMe PCIe 3.0, 3500MB/s Read, 3000MB/s
SATA SSD: 1TB Samsung 870 EVO, Read 560MB/s, Write 530MB/s
It didn't save your configuration when I clicked the link.Thanks so much. Have you heard of this company Fierce PC, I don't know if I have done the build right but what do you think of this https://www.fiercepc.co.uk/checkout/cart/configure/id/11290102/product_id/6084/
The only addition is missed is the cooler because I didn't know which one to select.
That board won't handle an i7 ... especially an unlocked one.The specs I chose for the build were these, i didn't select a cooler though because I didn't know which to choose.
I got a total price of £1,559.95 which seems oddly low so I don't know if I did something wrong or there's something I'm missing with the build.
- CiT Crossfire Gaming ARGB PC Case
- Gigabyte B660M GAMING X DDR4
- INTEL i7-12700K CPU
- 32GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHz (2x16GB) Memory
- Corsair RM850x 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply
- Nvidia RTX 3070 Graphics Card [2FAN/SMALL]
- 1TB Samsung 970 EVO PLUS M.2 NVME SSD
- No Hard Drive
That board will ^^. Do they have a 12700 / 12700F as an option? If so that would help for your choice of cpu cooler as those two cpu's use less power and create less heat than the 12700K / 12700KF.What about the Gigabyte Z690 GAMING X DDR4 (rev. 1.0) for £70 extra?