Using an old £1000 ($1300) Gaming PC For The First Time In 10 Years...

author RandomGaminginHD   5 мес. назад

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Dad Sells Me his Son's Gaming PC (Not what I expected...)

It's been a while since I've come across a computer that had as much history as this one did. I'm very grateful for the chance to have this in my possession, I felt like I was able to meet someone that I unfortunately wasn't able to know in this life time. I hope you all found my presentation of this purchase as respectable as possible, I tried my best to do right by the original owner and if I did something wrong, know that it wasn't done intentionally and that this experience was completely new to me and that I didn't walk into this intentionally for content purposes or anything of that nature. Anyways, I hope you enjoy the story as well as the computer. Part list below for anyone interested in recreating this PC: i7 4770K CPU: (Similar to actual) Corsair H115i Cooler: Corsair Dominator 1600 MHz 2x4GB (8GB) DDR3 RAM: ASUS Maximus VI Extreme Motherboard: EVGA GTX 770 Graphics Card: Cooler Master Trooper SE Case: EVGA 1200w 80+ Platinum PSU: If you have any questions about the parts specifically or how I go about finding parts like these at what prices, I will answer. The best way to do that is through my discord. Link below. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment and if you like the content I put out, a like and subscribe helps me out a ton for my confidence because as of now, I don't know if the content I am making is useful to anyone. Let me know any videos you would like to see in the future! Here is my discord server link that you should leave me a message or come talk to me over voice chat for longer questions or if you are just looking for some advice/support on your computer building experience :) Discord: And subscribe to see more content like this! Socials: Most of the music I use is by this genius: LAKEY INSPIRED

Rebuilding My VERY FIRST Gaming PC!

Today is a very special day folks... The PC that started it all!! This is the recreation of the very first PC that I EVER built. Massdrop link: Pricing & discussion: Support us: Join our community forum: Intro Screen Music Credit: Title: Laszlo - Supernova Video Link: iTunes Download Link: Artist Link: Outro Screen Music Credit: Approaching Nirvana - Sugar High Sound effects provided by

Building a PC CHEAPER in CHINA?! feat. Strange Parts

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Saving The OG Intel Heatsink!

Last week we cleaned up and powered on a PC that hadn't been touched in nearly 10 years. During the process I threw away one of Intel's better stock coolers, because it seemed like it was well and truely done for and doomed to a dusty grave. Today it's time to fix my mistake and retrieve the copper core heatsink fan combo, clean it up, and hope that it can help deal with some pretty high CPU temperatures. Thanks for watching :)

Ebay Bargains: The Beasty Dual GPU HD 7990 Graphics Card

Today we're looking at a graphics card I've been trying to find a great deal on for a while, the Asus Radeon HD 7990. Combining the power of two 7970s this dual GPU powerhouse once retailed for $1000. I found this one for just £55 ($70), though it did come with an apparent catch... So let's take a look at this dual GPU beast and talk about the positives and negatives of using a card like this with modern games. Thanks for watching :)

This Mesh gaming system was built nearly a decade ago, used for a year or so and then put into storage until I bought it a couple of days ago. What lays within this time capsule of components, and does it still work after all these years out of action?

Well let's open it up , clean it up and take an in depth look at what's inside!

Thanks for watching :)

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