Pc build

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Pc build
  1. Unread #1 - Aug 12, 2020 at 4:38 AM
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    Hello everyone! I’ve recently started getting back into OSRS and have an old laptop which has seen its end. Was going to upgrade to a desktop as I now have the room for it and would get good use out of it.
    I’m a complete newbie to any form of PC build as I have never had to do it. I was wondering if anyone had any information on parts I could use, I typically want to have around a £600 budget as it will generally only being running OSRS with 5 accounts maximum. Hope someone can help! [​IMG]
     
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    This one is a good resource for selecting components. It'll give you an idea of how much to spend on each part, and some recommendations: Logical Increments

    Also check out some of the completed builds on PCPartPicker. You can search by your budget to see some builds that others have done with the parts they used and their prices / where to buy.
     
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    I suggest a second hand with bout to 8-16gbram, an equivalent to mx150 or higher and an ssd for your budget. But looking for something second hand can be time consuming and hard to come across something decent enough.
     
  7. Unread #4 - Aug 16, 2020 at 9:21 PM
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    I know you'll want a good processor (Around $200 USD) I got the Ryzen 5 3600 6 Core.
    A decent graphics card, I got the Geforce GTX 1650 SUPER but that plays mostly everything on high right now, you could
    get a cheaper one for around $200 USD.

    I suggest 16GB DDR3 or better RAM
    At least a 550w power supply, more is always good as well.
    A cheap case is fine, preferably spend $120 and get one with fans, and another $60 on some low tier fans to add.

    Just get a compatable warrantied motherboard for all your parts.
     
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