I want to build a PC next month and have posted a question before, but I have done some more researching and was wondering, with a budget of $400 what will be the benefits of using intel instead of AMD and can you please give me a nice build? I have OS, a monitor and accessories so I only need the core parts and I would like if the chassis could be the Cougar Spike.
for a budget of only 400 with everything included.....probably an APU and then later on add dedicated GPU, that's what my bro did with an A10-5800k and from gameplay I've seen him play on 1080p I honestly can't tell much of a difference from my own setup, and he has a 660ti gpu
2133mhz ram paired with your APU will make for a smooth experience until you can get a real GPU, at that point I recommend GTX 760 when you get the money for it. And also an SSD and 1tb HDD when funds are available, and you'd have a very decent PC put together
oh I understand, you don't need fast ram as long as you're not using an APU so you'd be good with this regular 1600mhz ram Team Vulcan, they get good reviews and I have one of their flash drives and it's worked fine, but if you want a more big name company, I've also linked some G Skill memory, for only 5 more dollars you get a big trusted name company