$500 Gaming PC – Pentium G4560 – Part 2 – “Why” VLog


Hello and welcome to Tech Deals – Part 2 of the $500 Pentium G4560 custom build video series . This is the behind the scenes “Why” VLog my detailed explanation for all the choices and in-depth conversation on 2 cores vs 4 cores alternative options you might consider and my general thoughts on $500 gaming machines . Now if you have not seen Part 1 or you want a short version of this video in the video description below will be the full playlist of this video series , Part 1 is much shorter if you just want a summary of the parts , the prices generally why I chose them , a couple of alternatives and you want me to get to the point more quickly go watch Part 1 . This is gonna be a long video so sit back grab a cup of coffee or some popcorn or a snack and relax because i’m going to talk for a while but this is meant to be an in-depth video for somebody who really wants to get an idea of my thought process behind various choices and where I see the computer gaming business been in 2017 . After this video is going to be Part 3 – The Build, where I actually put all of these parts together that’s going to be a step-by-step build , you’ll be able to follow along if you want to build it yourself after that is going to be Windows installation , Windows performance review , game performance reviews in many more comparisons this will be a staple throughout 2017 for me for upcoming comparisons to unreleased processors such as the upcoming 4-Core or 8-Thread chips from AMD . So if you’re still with me awesome welcome ! And if you’re not well then you didn’t hear that anyway side note i’m not going to be putting a lot of words on the screen because this is a long video it would take forever to edit if I did that however if any of you are interested in providing captions either in English or another language , I do have my video setup to accept contributions , you can do so somewhere on the YouTube page below you can submit captions where you can actually type-up what I’m saying is words that will appear as I’m saying it you submit them i can see it all approve it and then i’ll give you credit in the description below for doing so . So if perhaps English is not your first language and you want to help out people in your country i would certainly appreciate it if that’s something that you would like to do . The first thing i want to address is the elephant in the room , 2 Core processor in 2017 . Now I don’t have an objection to a 2 Core processor in general , if I just needed a computer for basic web browsing , watching videos , editing some documents in Microsoft Office Word , Excel , Powerpoint if I just needed a computer that was just gonna maybe too casual games play League of Legends and Rocket League this cpu is all you need in fact even this graphics card is overkill you don’t have to spend all this money . So if that’s your goal a 2 Core CPU is fine the only issue is if that’s your goal this is fine this computer here is a Dell optiplex minitower that i bought off of ebay for about $130 now I’ve done a video on $250 gaming machines i will link that in the video description below this is a six-year-old computer it is an Intel i5-2400 processor , 4-Cores 4-Threads at 3.1 GHz . Now it has a little bit of a turbo speed above that but count on 3.1 GHz especially if you’re using all four cores . This brand-new 7th generation that’s 2nd so there’s five generations of gap between them 7th generation processor is 3.5 GHz but it’s 2-Cores 4-Threads so it presents itself as a four core processor to Windows but it’s not there’s actually only two math execution units , you can really only do two things at once what the extra threads do what the hyper-threading does is it allows the processor to accept four instructions from Windows at one time maybe your game , maybe you’re multitasking , it lets Windows send four tasks to the processor and then the processor figures out the best order in which to execute them . It often can provide a speed bump over a true 2-Core processor , if this was just a 2-Core 2-Thread processor it would be a bit slower hyper-threading is no substitute for real cores the i5 processor in this six-year-old machine has four real instruction units you can actually execute four things at once this can actually only do two things at once . Do you want to play Battlefield-1 ? Grand Theft Auto 5 ? Do you want to play modern games that really do use four cores ? They will run smoother on this at 3.1 GHz than they will on this at 3.5 or at least I believe they will anyway i will test this in the game performance videos i’ll be doing on this not only will i compare it to modern quad-core processors , i will compare it to a six-year-old quad-core processor to answer the question do you buy this and turn it into a budget gaming machine or do you build a new one now this may not be an option where you live maybe you’re not the United States , maybe the prices have gone up for the week you wanted to go look there weren’t too many for sale . I will say that over the past six months they have been consistently available on ebay in the United States at least that is because the optiplex line from dell is a business machine . These are all coming off these businesses had these least for between three to five years , these were all in offices and they’re coming off of lease and they’re available by the thousands well the leasing companies don’t want them so they saw them to refurbishers who take them , clean them up , make sure they power on and work and they sell them either strip with no hard drive or they put a hard drive and they put some RAM in and they sell them on ebay for between $100 to 150$ depending upon what’s included with a RAM , Drive , etc . Now it is true that this maybe six years old however the reality is Intel processors are only getting a 5% to 10% improvement in instructions per clock cycle per generation , now that adds up overtime in the six generations between 2nd gen and 7th gen , there’s probably a 35% to 40% improvement in instructions per clock cycle this is 3.5 GHz , that’s 3.1 and this does more per gigahertz than this does if you’re playing a game that only uses two threads this Pentium G4560 is undeniably faster than this CPU will be . If you want to play an online MMO such as Star Wars – The Old Republic which I have a lot of experience with it only uses two threads . Star Wars – The Old Republic will be dramatically and noticeably faster on this CPU then it will be on this computer , i can speak from personal experience in that regard I’ve tried playing it on these and it’s not that great of an experience . That being said do you want to play Battlefield-1 and Grand Theft Auto 5 ? they run better on this they really do use four cores and there’s just no substitute for having four real cores it also has more level 3 cache and some other features in it that the Pentium budget CPU’s don’t have . But wait you say you want four real processing cores and a modern architecture I’ve got two options for you . No. 1 – This is a $500 build , the CPU is $65 of that the modern version of the i5-2400 is the i5-7400 it runs at upto 3.5 GHz just like this chip does and it’s a 7th generation chip exactly as efficient as this but with four real processing cores , $180 . It’s $115 more than this chip so this $500 build becomes $615 with the i5 that i5 chip will work just fine on this motherboard you don’t have to change it it’ll work great with this graphics card no need to change it worked great with the power supply change nothing , it comes with the intel stock heatsink and fan it’s plenty for a 3.5 GHz chip so for $115 more or roughly 20% of the price because going from $500 to $615 is roughly I know it’s not exact but roughly 20% more money doubles your core count , it goes you for two cores to four and then you really can run Battlefield-1 , Grand Theft Auto 5 , The Witcher 3 and others well on this machine . That’s your first choice your second choice is this computer , this is $450 Acer aspire t desktop computer i have previously reviewed this link to that in the video description below , this is an updated version of that computer the one review before was an i5-6400 they now have an i5-7400 by that version it’s faster . So , $450 and you get a complete brand-new under warranty ready-to-run computer 8 gigabytes of ram , 2 terabyte hard-drive , 300W power supply and the i5-7400 and you don’t have to build it it comes with basically everything you see here a little bit less power supply , little bit smaller case but essentially it’s largely the same computer no graphics card , it’s just using the integrated graphics . Now the integrated graphics on the i5-7400 is the HD 630 and that will run Rocket League , Dota 2 Counter Strike – Global Offensive , League of Legends , Minecraft perfectly but if you want to play Battlefield-1 and Grand Theft Auto 5 you need to add a graphics card . Unfortunately you cannot add this card and it’s not because of the power supply , this is that graphics card this is the RX-470 4 GB ASUS Republic of Gamers STRIX graphics card , it does not physically fit into that machine it’s too long , it’s simply too big , i have multiple RX-470’s i have the MSI Armor , i have an XFX card none of them fit into either of these pre-builds even if you replace the power supply the drive cages are in the way , the cables are in the way , the cases are just too small for this card , I have not yet found a 470 that fits . Now , price to performance the 470 cannot be beaten for 150$ this is an incredible value for the money however if you want to skip building and you don’t want to go old , i have another option for you and that is this this is the EVGA Geforce GTX 1060 3 GB superclocked card $200 it is $50 more expensive than this card . It’s 10% faster give or take Its 25% more money for 10% more speed from a dollars to performance perspective the 1060 is not as good of a deal as the 470 .However, notice anything ? Yeah, this fits perfectly in both of these machines in addition it runs perfectly both of those machines because I’ve had it in both of these machines if you’ve seen any of my generational comparisons , this is actually the computer that i tested when I did Grand Theft Auto 5 GTX 1060 i5-2400 vs i5-6500 this is the card well actually i think i’m going to use the 6 gigs version but i have both the three in the 6 gigs version this is the machine i used it runs fine in here I did not replace the power supply , i used one of these and this comes with the card , this comes with the EVGA card now it does not come with all 1060’s but it does come with the EVGA cards . This is a two molex connector to one 6-pin PCI Express power connector this plugs into the top of the card and then plugs into the power supply furthermore not all of the i5-2400’s are going to handle it but i can promise you that the acer aspire t will . The acer aspire t comes with a 300W power supply and it comes with the two molex connectors inside you will need to use this i have actually had this exact card in that exact machine for more than two months . This is actually a spare , inside this right now is another one of these plugs into the two molex’s . I pulled this out to make this video , this was in there an hour ago . It runs perfectly you do not have to replace the power supply in the acer aspire t in order to make a GTX 1060 work it’s plenty that 300W comes with is all you need . Yes , some people will say – “But I want to be sure so I’ll go out and spend $35 on the power supply and put it in there.” You can don’t waste your money , use this I promise you have used it for months and months and months that works just fine my kids game with this thing it really it’s doesn’t pull that much power . Now , some of the pre-built i5-2400’s come with 260W to 280W power supplies some don’t . I have an HP that came with a 265W power supply but i have a Lenovo computer that came with I think it was a 180W power supply that had to be changed so if you follow my link in the video description below to ebay to take a look at the i5-2400 machines or you follow the link in the video description below to my video on how to make a $250 to $300 gaming computer . Some of them will need a power supply change and some won’t and some you won’t know until you buy the thing . Now , that’s a $35 power supply and that will fit into almost any minitower pre-built that you buy , not all but most someone ovos and some older compact machines don’t have standard motherboard power connectors and require an adapter cable you can get those off of ebay or amazon for $10 but they do require an adapter . Dell’s and HP’s are generally standard 24-pin ATX power connectors , if you can the Dell optiplex is a wonderful i have had excellent luck with these machines , i own three…four of them now . Now I use most of these from my office but not all these are gaming machines i love them because for general office tasks for $120 , $130 it’s all we really need in order to run office web browsing etc . It’s a great value for the money . Now this does bring up a worthwhile point $450 let’s say you want a new one . $450 plus $200 for this card is $650 . Now you don’t need anything else , two terabyte drive eight gigs of RAM you can upgrade 16 if you want you know cost you fifty dollars or so but you’re looking at $650 for this combination . You can build this machine for $615 with the i5-7400 and many of you may immediately say wait a minute ! I get a little bit bigger case , i get a more powerful power supply , i get to custom build it and it’s less expensive maybe this graphics card is in fact about 10% slower so you are getting a little bit less graphics performance but it’s minor i would not lose any sleep over that. That computer comes with keyboard , mouse , Wi-Fi , a DVD drive , a legal copy of Windows and it’s built and you don’t have to mess with it this you have to build and my $615 price does not include Windows , Wi-Fi adapter , DVD Drive , keyboard , mouse and you have to build it and provide support if you built this and have a problem with you have no one to complain to , if you order this off of amazon plug it in and turn it on and it doesn’t work amazon have another one on your doorstep in 24 to 48 hours it’s not your problem and no pay return shipping and you don’t have to care . Now if you don’t live in the United States and these are not options for you , I understand one of the reasons i’m doing this video is because some people either want to build their own machine or they plan to upgrade in the future or they just don’t want one of these and that’s fine I understand that. My personal computer is always going to be a custom-built machine you know i have several these for work and for home two of my kids have these because they’re simple and cheap and they are kids and they don’t care but you know when they get older they’ll custom-build I’m sure but for the money these are very compelling arguments if you aren’t married to building a machine. If you consider this a chore , go this route if you consider this fun go ahead and build by all means you learn more about your computer you can make it a fun Saturday activity it really doesn’t take that long even if you’ve never built a computer before , two … maybe four hours if you really take your time and look up everything slowly now when i do the build video of this i am going to go slow enough so that you can follow along yourself , some of my build videos have been faster than others have done some very long ones , i’ve done some shorter ones , this one I’m going to do so you can follow along it’ll probably be 45 minutes to an hour long but the goal is you prop up your phone your iPad or put it on your television and you can watch the build while you’re building and follow along go “aww that’s how I put that together”, “that’s what I do okay fair enough.” One final point about playing games and this build specifically. This is the Pentium G4560 CPU for $65 now if you buy this and you want to play games i highly recommend you add a graphics card now if you want to play more relaxed casual games and you want to save some money you can certainly go with an RX-460 but the price between the 460 and the 470 are relatively close and i do want to make an important point the 470 is in general double the performance of the 460 , not just 50% faster not just a bit it’s double its two 460’s . The RX-460 4GB graphics card is generally going to run you about a $100 this is going to run you $150 so it’s 50% more expensive for 100% more performance that’s a deal, but wait you say you don’t want to play Battlefield-1 you’re going to go ahead and get the Pentium because you don’t want to play all the latest and greatest games you want to maybe be a more casual player let me offer you an alternative delete the graphics card completely and spend a little bit more and get the Pentium G4600 . It’s $90 so you’re going to spend $25 more on the CPU but you double the integrated graphics performance the Pentium G4560 the CPU right here for $65 has the Intel HD 610 graphics . The G4600 for $25 more has the HD 630 in short the 630 is almost double the performance of the 610 if your buying or if you’re building this because you primarily want to play League of Legends , Dota 2 , Counter Strike – Global Offensive , Rocket League , Minecraft , the HD 630 is all you need, the 610’s a little weak delete the graphics card spend $25 more on your cpu and get double the integrated graphics performance . I will do performance comparisons on the HD 610 vs 630 . I’ll use an i3 CPU to get a 630, because all the i3’s have a 630 in them I will down clock it to match the clock speed now when you do spend the money the extra $25 you also get an extra 100 MHz of clock speed its 3.6 instead of 3.5 that is a trivial difference you will never ever notice don’t don’t make the upgrade for the extra 100 MHz do it for the double integrated graphics performance it’s not a factor if you’re going to install a graphics card so if you build this and put a graphics card in don’t waste your money on the 4600 just get the 4560 it’s really all you need unless you want the better integrated graphics . One point i would like to make about this motherboard , this is a great value for the money for $65 this is a good B250 motherboard but it’s a very basic motherboard if you think in the future you may want to upgrade your CPU to an i5 maybe you’re building this because you’re on a budget right now but you think i’m gonna save my money up in six months or a year i want to buy an i5 and it gives me room to grow fair enough . Maybe you buy this RX-470 because you think I want to crossfire them in the future the downside to the Nvidia Geforce GTX 1060 is you cannot SLI them , you can’t put two you can buy one of this today wait a year and buy another one when they are discounted or buy a used one on ebay a year when people are selling them and upgrading to the latest and greatest and you can put two of these in here and run them in what’s called crossfire . Now it does not double your graphics performance but in some games not all but in some games you can get a seventy to eighty percent boost in your performance by installing a second one of these cards you can’t in this motherboard because it doesn’t have two graphics card slots . My suggestion would be to spend $25 to $35 more and buy a larger ATX motherboard that has two graphics card slots , a good example of this MSI has a board for $90 and i’ll link this in the alternative sections down below and ASUS has a motherboard for $100 they are B250 boards but they’re larger they have four RAM slots , this has two giving you room to upgrade your RAM and they have two graphics card slots and support crossfire with two of these cards so if you think you might want to upgrade in the future spend $25 to $35 more on your motherboard buy one of these cards because you can add another one in the future using that motherboard you can then upgrade to an i5 if you have the money in the future as well . Please note if you think you’re gonna do this this kicks up another upgrade – power supply . This power supply is absolutely all you need to run what you see here it’s actually plenty for the i5 as well I would not use this power supply if you plan on adding two of these graphics cards it’s not really enough this is $35, i would spend $15 more and by the 600W Bronze from EVGA . A 500 would actually do the job but for $5 or $10 more i would get the 600 and remove all doubt and concerns because you don’t know what you’ll do in the future if you think you might go with two graphics cards if you’re buying a better motherboard spend five or ten dollars more get the 600W Bronze from EVGA the reason for this is because you’re gonna need a lot more power these cards draw a 150W each 150 plus 150 is 300 , if you upgrade to an i5 and you have a bigger motherboard you want to add more RAM and you want to add more storage you can see where this is going 500 is enough so long as you only ever put RX-470’s in there. What if the RX-490 or whatever comes out later in the year and you upgrade to it and it’s a 250W card because you’ve got the money and you put an i5 in. Spend $10 more now and you don’t ever have to worry about it power supplies can easily last you 10 years so buying a better one now the case in the power supply can outlast all of this for many many years of upgrades so there’s basically two approaches build it as it sits and leave it as it sits plan on this being all it ever is with maybe the change of this to an i5 or spend $25 to $35 more on the motherboard and $15 more on the power supply so for another $50 you leave yourself room to either add a second one of these or upgrade to a super powerful card and a faster CPU and whatever else you want to put into the system. So this has been my detailed behind-the-scenes thinking on all of these parts and options the pre-built , the older system from ebay and then what you might do to customize this system i hope this has been helpful for you in thinking about what your various choices are . Like this video if you liked it , share it with your friends if you loved it , remember to subscribe hit that big huge button below this video I would greatly appreciate it . Questions and Comments go in the comments section below and as always check out my video description this will have a lot of links down there a link to my budget deal on ebay for a older i5 based system will be down there a link to my review series on this acer aspire t computer which is a great value for the money . A link to the full video series on this $500 build will be down there and links to amazon , newegg and ebay for everything I’ve discussed on there on here will be down there as well if you found this video helpful and useful to you in any way please go down to the video description and use those i would greatly appreciate it . Thank you so much for watching ! I will see you in next video .

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100 thoughts on “$500 Gaming PC – Pentium G4560 – Part 2 – “Why” VLog

  1. Your videos are always excellent and your advice is very sound! It's always nice to see a new one pop up in my notifications! I play Fallout 4, GTA 5, Witcher 3, and many, many other newer and older games with my combination of G4560, GTX 1050sc, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, all on a MSI H110M Pro-VD motherboard. They run at High Settings anywhere from 45fps – 60fps and above even that! What I have found is that if you tone down shadows and a couple other settings, you don't lose your graphics quality and the games run smoothly! The only thing that holds back my setup at times is my HDD accessing.

  2. i have a really high end pc but i really enjoy your videos . keep up the good work. wish you all the good

  3. Another little details, why small 1060 is better purchase than rx 470 – those 10% doesn't sound like worth 50 bucks BUT those are exactly 10% that make difference in how many titles you can play above 60 FPS 1080p. Basically, you can play more tiles in Ultra eye candy with 1060 over 470.

    Then again, thinking like this means, why not go for rx 480 for another 50 bucks (only 30W more power consumption so that's fine).. ending up spending 250 bucks but walked into store with 150 bucks.. ehh 😀

  4. Hello sir, i will be building a PC in a few days and i am really confused whether to get the Asus GTX 1060 6gb Strix or the Asus RX 480 8gb Strix…both cost the same in India.I already have the LG 22MP68VQ-P which has freesync and has 75hz refresh rate.So in your opinion which one will be better?And Why?

  5. Poll ( aka need advice):

    Taking in consideration I won't be buying R5 (6c/12t) until next christmas, which combo makes more sense to buy now and sell it for X money in 9 months?

    A: G4560 + B250 = 150$
    or
    B: i5 7500 + B250 – 220$
    or
    C: i7 6700k + Z170 = 310$ which could keep throughout 2018

    Gaming and lite content creation

  6. i am looking to build a new PC by the end of the year. currently my PC is a Asus p5qc MOBO with a 2.3 GHz core2quad CPU with 8GB DDR3 (note MOBO only has 2 DDR3 dims) and currently a GTX 560Ti card; now im looking to perhaps upgrade this Pc's now untill i have all the parts to build a hole new PC, GPU if i get a RX 370 will it run games on at least 720p 60 FPS on low/mid ? thanks for anyone with info, will also look into getting 16gigs of ram

  7. I have a couple of friends at work that want to get started with PC building for real cheap, and I'm happy to say you're one of the only channels I reference them to for in-depth guides and part-picking. I really see this channel being a staple in the tech community in a fairly short amount of time, keep up the tremendous work sir ~

  8. I'm going to buy the Pentium G4560 for now cuz I'm broke and can't afford an i5 or i7 and sometime in the summer I'll upgrade to one of those or to the Ryzen. Is it a good choice?

  9. maybe you could do a gtx 960 VS 1050(ti) video, I have looked at a lot of different formus and sites, and they all have different outcomes

  10. I have a 450w PSU that came with my case but it doesn't have PCI-E connector for a GPU. This wasn't a problem as I have a GTX 750ti currently but I plan to upgrade in the future. I'm deciding between a 1050ti, 470,1060, and 480. The PSU does have 2 Molex connectors that I could use for adapters but I'm not sure how effective this will be. I read reviews where some adapters burned out and ruined GPUs and others where the adapters didn't even power a 470 at all. Do you recommend I try a 470 with adapters or play it safe with a 1050ti?

  11. Is the strix a good card? Im considering buying because its 135 with rebate. All the reviews ive seen say that the strix is probably like 5-7 best

  12. That was without a doubt the best explanation of hyper threading in layman's terms I've heard. Keep up the great work.

  13. I just recently got a Pc (just starting) and was wondering if it was good for today's standards and requirements. Here it is: Intel 2 Quad CPU Q9950 @2.38 GHz, 4.00 GB.

  14. Hard to beat a machine that is plug and play WIN 10 for 400.00 – Got to watch that it is not to old though; Being stuck with USB 2 only and limited audio out could be a bummer.
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  15. the hp compaq elite 8200 does not have standard power connecters on the mobo. you would need an adapter.

  16. I shed a tear seeing all the love for you x)

    Oh man I can't wait for the "why" part of the AMD build you're doing though. I'm looking for a budget CPU and am not sure whether I should just go for the G4560 or an old AMD processor, if I can find one that competes with the low price etc. And R3 and R5 Ryzen CPUs are no doubt a long ways away.

  17. you did not answer my question…it's about changing my GPU….if I swap my gtx 770 with amd Rx 480 4gb will I have to reinstall windows from the scratch?….or just uninstalling the old nvidia drivers will do the job?

  18. Very interested to see how the 2400 does against the G4560. I expect no difference in performance at all, but there are some facts my theory goes against 🙂
    [Of course, you DID pair good memory with the G4560, that will give it a leg up!]

  19. Man, you make 25 minutes seem like 5 minutes with your videos. You sir, are a time-bender! Great video! 🙂

  20. You have one of, if not the best tech channels on youtube, and this series highlights why. You explain everything in short, then make more videos on the same thing in case people want more information, and make related video's easy to find. Another strength you have that I admire is that you explanations of concepts or product reviews are easy to follow if you are not tech savvy, but contain enough information to keep a tech savvy person interested and well informed. Keep up the good work!

  21. Good part choices, only change i woulda made is a 1tb SSHD from seagate (think they call the new ones firecuda). In my research they provide a similar user experience to an SSD in the normal everyday tasks and gaming.

  22. I'm from Brazil and I can guarantee you, your channel it's literally better than every Brazilian tech channel. Your videos are awesome and really helpful for those who knows how to speak english.

  23. I'm currently gaming on an i5-2400 dell optiplex with a 1050Ti. I'm playing overwatch and MGSV 1440p 60FPS and higher no problem.

  24. I hope your Ryzen video is going to publish come midnight… I'm certain there is a bunch of us here waiting to hear what you have to say and show about it 🙂

  25. Wow I must admit that the first time I started watching a video of yours I thought it was going to suck really bad… but I gave it a couple of minutes and by half of the video I was subscribing.
    I find your videos to be very informative, entertaining and I really like that you do stuff that not many (if any) do.
    Thanks for these videos, keep up the good work.

  26. Please khmer language please !
    I want all my peopel know about new technology ! All of your visdeos is very helpfull and details . you are sharing your knowlege with all people you are awesome !

  27. does the GTX 1060 lose performance compare to GTX 1060 , what I'm saying is does mini cards lose performance

  28. where is Your Ryzen Review unit……man… I am said

    YouTubers with 25,000 have received it……please mail them.

    I just want to see your video, on AMD Ryzen .
    please mail Amd and ask for a review item.

  29. hello sir,
    I am from India, $500 is $600 here, because all the parts imported.

    On all the YouTubers making PC build, and other stuff. I like your videos the most. your videos are like one stop solution. it's like want to know everything watch that particular video on Tech Deals.

    Can You suggest PC building for our country.
    My budget is $650,
    but here it will reach $750.

  30. I mean you are the best reviewer and most organized Tech reviewer on Youtube. And probably most honest too. Even if I don't enjoy low end rigs I like watching your videos, these videos are for general people who really need some help and good advice. I dont know why there are 6 dislikes on your video, probably some crackheads accidentally clicked the video and got pissed. Man I wish you get million subscribers atleast.

  31. Tech Deals, What is your opinion of buying a used business leased Dell optiplex or similar with the i7 2600 CPU?

  32. sir you're so great that i have $500 budget to build a pc but if you would've told to not buy rx470 and 480 cause they're useless and buy and gtx 1070 cause it's better…i would have sold my phone and a lot of other important things to go with gtx 1070
    you're the best…no one stands any where near you in explaining things

  33. Damm, i have just found your channel and i love your videos so far. You would think that because they are long they would be full of fluff or be boring, but this is full of interesting points, alternatives and so much interesting and worthwhile information.

    You just earned a subscriber. Keep up the good job

  34. For years i have ATX towers, getting tired to have a big-ass tower on the table, now i'm focusing on an ITX case(shoe-box)(LAN box) or little bigger, and have the same power/handle than a FULL ATX motherboard, my personal opinion, CD/DVD player/burner is dying breed, and it use extra wattage for the tower(CD 750MB/ dvd 4.7 GB) storage capacity
    Flash-stick can beat than and it's allot cheaper i can get a 16GB flash-stick for $5.- in local store, then why buying a whole-stack(50 blank disc) than may possible scratch/ or deep cuts and your data become unreadable

    My next case there will be no DVD, most games/programs are available for downloads and easy to store on a Flash-stick or on your local hard drive
    Beside, downloadable programs are much cheaper than buying a DVD package in your local store..

    Mark my word, that SSD is also dying breed in the future, M.2 SATA G2 6Gbps will become more available on the motherboards, who knows in the future, you can insert 4 of them side by side(if needed)and it only use 3.3 volt per stick, prob 200 watt PSU is all you gonna need to run the whole PC and not using a 1500 PSU

  35. great video. in my opinion, the performance increase over time makes the 4 true cores irrelevant. remember, this is just my opinion.

  36. How come other pc reviewers don't go as depth as tech deals. I appreciate all his time and knowledge making all these very very informative videos. Thank you

  37. on your link on ebay, is it possible to take all the components outs and put it on a new case with a video card. was planning to put it on a thermaltake v1

  38. Your vids are great – so clear and thorough. Much appreciated. You a Star Wars fan? Did you know it's based on reality? Check out my "Secret of the Djed" video.

  39. Keep up the good work. I like your videos, there's a charming simplicity to them, that makes them stand out from other tech channels. No gimmicky stuff, very informative, thumbs up.

  40. Hello Tech Deals, I love your channel and I have a question. I followed the advice you gave in this video about putting the evga gtr1060sc 3gb video card in the acer aspire. So I bought that card and I also ordered that computer. When looking at another video "$400 Desktop Computer – GTX 1050 TI – How To Install" I read a comment of yours where you state that; "I do not recommend installing a GTX 1060 into this case due to the heat issue." That was 2 months ago. Did you change your opinion about the compatibility of this card and computer?

  41. Excellent video
    Q. Is there a way to install my i7 (Laptop) processor to my new Pc build?
    greeting from Slovenia

  42. Umm im looking at the ASRock B250M-Pro4 Motherboard as the motherboard for future upgrades, but i don't know if it can do crossfire, does anyone know?.

  43. Loving this G4560 series. Planning my very first gaming build, I would definitely use this one as it doesn't break the bank!

  44. lol this is the "detailed explanation" video??? hahaha almost all of your videos are detailed XD and i like it

  45. I love this stuff, I'm building a PC I don't need. I just like putting this stuff together. I guess I'll have a pretty nice computer for my TV I guess. thank you!

  46. Great video,, I just bought hp compaq pro 6300 MT tower pc 2 days ago for 79 € with this specifications : i3 3220 3.3 Ghz ,, 500 gb hdd ,, 4 gb ram ddr3 1600 MHz and 320 watts power supply .. I am planning to add more 4 gb ram and second 1 tb hdd ..
    my question is , which graphics card fit with this pc? Physically and technically ( power and bottleneck ) … I have read some comments on other videos and websites that the best option is gtx 750ti as the other cards need more power ..
    also, I have checked nVidia website for gtx 1050 , gtx 1050ti says it need minimum 300w and for gtx 1060 the minimum is 400w … some ppl mentioned that if the card has 6 pin connector mean it need more power , so 300w not enough.. I get confused 😐.. anybody can help me with the right decision..

    Sorry for my bad English ..

  47. guys please help,can i run intel cpu i5-3330 3.00 GHZ with motherbaord support 6th or 7th generation??! if i can please tell me how . if i cannot please tell me why ?

  48. Dell uses a mini 24 pin atx connector on some motherboards. You will need a adaptor cable from standard ATX to Mini.
    I found this out the hard way but found the adaptor cable on ebay for like 10 bucks shipped. I also had to modify the case to make the evga 450 watt power supply to fit.
    Just started watching your stuff a few days ago and enjoy it so much .. thanks
    Ed
    Keep it up, your educating us.

  49. Sir, I am a little skeptic as why didn't you put a H110 mobo as compared to the b250. H110 would be $25 cheaper than b250 i guess! Isnt it a better deal? Please do reply.

  50. @tech deals can u believe I will have to pay 10000 rs or close to 200$ for the 1050 ti which is much slower than the rx470. the rx470 costs about 300$ in our country n there its just around 130-140?? I wish I were an American citizen

  51. I watched this build a year ago when you first released this videos, you got me inspired, saved up, did the exact same build and now a year later im watching this series again just for fun on the actual system and I couldn't be happier with my PC. Thanks Mr Tech Deals!!

  52. You say i5-2500 4 core will perform better then G4560 2 core/4 threads in gaming. Well this video shows something different:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_OP15-HfEc&fbclid=IwAR15uXxqfzHo2lGNxeBtWoaUXhEI-w9BhphDJH1AMPWKPtnRy2mSm3AYdow

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