Best Gaming PC Build Under $300 in 2018

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Best $1000 Gaming PC Build Guide - GTX 1060 i5 8600K (w/ Benchmarks)

How to Build a Gaming PC Full Guide, Intel coffee lake i5 8600K & GTX 1060 Games tested Fortnite, PUBG, GTA 5, Overwatch, R6S, Battlefield 1 with Benchmarks/Gameplay! Best $1000 Budget Gaming PC Build Guide for 2018! This 1000 Gaming PC was inspired by Frozone from Incredibles 2 Step by step guide on overclocking, installation of all drivers & Windows. ►SYSTEM SPECS (PC PARTS LIST)◄ ASUS GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics Card (USA Link) - (International) - Intel Coffee lake Core I5 8600K Processor 8th Gen BX80684i58600K (USA Link) - (International) - DeepCool NEPTWIN V2 Cooler (USA Link) - (International) - GIGABYTE Z370P D3 Motherboard Coffee lake (USA Link) - (International) - Ballistix Sport 8GB DDR4 RAM 2666 (USA Link) - (International) - EVGA 500 BQ 80+ BRONZE Power Supply (USA Link) - (International) - ADATA SU800 128GB SSD (USA Link) - (International) - Seagate BarraCuda 2TB Hard Drive (USA Link) - (International) - InWin 101 ATX Computer Case (USA Link) - (International) - ARCTIC 120mm Fans (USA Link) - (International) - Fan Splitter (USA Link) - (International) - Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Paste (USA Link) - (International) - Total: $1046USD Optional: RGB LED Strip (USA Link) - (International) - Frozone Funko POP (USA Link) - (International) - TP-Link AC600 USB Wireless Adapter (USA Link) - (International) - GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO: Logitech G Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (USA Link) - (International) - Razer Naga Trinity Mouse (USA Link) - (International) - HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset (USA Link) - (International) - ASUS VG248QE 144Hz 1080p Gaming Monitor (USA Link) - (International) - ►Socials Instagram: Twitter: GAMES TESTED in 1920x1080 Resolution: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive CS:GO - Maxed Out 1080p Overwatch - Ultra Preset 1080p Battlefield 1 BF1 - Ultra Preset 1080p PLAYER UNKNOWN BATTLEGROUNDS PUBG - High Preset 1080p Rainbow Six Siege R6S - Very High Preset 1080p Fortnite - High Settings 1080p Grand Theft Auto 5 GTA 5 - Very High, MSAA x2 1080p All Gameplay was recorded on the same PC using the GeForce Experience program onto an external drive. This video is a full guide on how to build a gaming PC step by step. It will also show you how to update the bios and overclock your CPU & Everything else you need to know! How to Install Windows 10 from a USB Flash Drive for Free! GIGABYTE Z370P D3 Motherboard Drivers

$2,000 "Gaming Computer" SCAM

The reason I made this video is because I am pretty passionate about the pricing of tech and computer parts (weirdly specific I know). When I see something priced well I always want to jump on it and when I see it priced poorly or in a way that very obviously is trying to scam money out of someone who doesn't know better, I feel this over bearing urge to correct the person in a not very polite manner. I equate this type of behavior to be worse than what I see with companies like iBUYPOWER or CypberPowerPC because these type of ripoffs are way worse than what those big brand names try to pull. And at least you'd get a warranty when you buy through them. Anyways, I hope you enjoy this video and maybe learn something from it, if you don't let me know and I will be happy to make adjustments to future releases. I have more budget build videos coming soon so stay tuned for those because I know you guys like those the most. Here is that part list for an 8700k build under $1200: FYI if you intend on using that, just know you can get a lot of those parts for cheaper if you use the buildapcsales subreddit as well as other deal finding sites. The hardwareswap subreddit is also a good spot if you don't mind used parts. Buy used RAM it's good for the environment :) Parts List: CPU: i7 4770k CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i V1 GPU: GTX 770 Classified Motherboard: Asus Sabertooth Z87 SSD: 128GB Samsung 840 Pro HDD: 1TB Western Digital Black RAM: 32GB DDR3 PSU: 750 80+ Gold Certified Case: ? 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:

Units Used To Build PC in Order Mentioned:
➡️Gigabyte GeForce GT 710 Graphic Card -

➡️Gigabyte GA-H110M-A LGA1151 -

➡️Intel BX80662G4400 Pentium Processor -

➡️Patriot Signature 4 GB PC3 RAM -

➡️Hitachi Ultrastar A7K1000 Hard Drive -

➡️VIVO Micro ATX Mini Tower gaming case -

➡️APEVIA ATX-VS450W Power Supply -

➡️Asus 24x DVD-RW -

➡️Monoprice 18-Inch SATA III -


I’ve put together a competent gaming pc build using the cheapest parts available to fulfill the budget constraints. The assembled pc is competent enough to handle various games but will generally falter during 4K games. The products have been chosen carefully and the reviews are fairly balanced in their ability to guide the user into making appropriate decisions. Certain peripherals aren’t brand new but are certified refurbished and function well. The reviews aren’t loaded with unnecessary technical jargon overwhelming the reader but is fairly balanced to inform the user in their respective decision making. The reviews start by highlighting the most striking feature of the product and goes into significant detail later on. Additional products like hard drive and sata cable have been moderately reviewed. This is an excellent budget pc and won’t deteriorate over prolonged usage.


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