Hello, I have begun to purchase parts for an entry level gaming PC with a 300 dollar budget, peripherals not included. http://pcpartpicker.com/user/MrRcxyt/saved/4w5g
Here is the build I currently have. As you can see I have already purchased the A10 5800k, so please do not ask for me to change that as it is pretty much impossible. But please review the build, I want to avoid bottlenecking the PC, and I want to make sure all of the connections are compatible with eachother for each piece of hardware. Thank you for reviewing my build.
ok, no problem and the cool part is that if you get ~$70-$150 and want better gaming performance, you can add a low end amd card and run it in dual graphics mode and just know that this will not run games at very high settings, mostly low-medium, high with some older games, with a low end card added then probly medium-high, and very high on some older games and you can overclock it.
Guys I wanna know if we have to get an extra powersupply if the case already has one.
Cougar Solution RSB400 (Black) ATX Mid Tower Case w/400W Power Supply
it depends on what you are putting inside the case, if its doing to be a low end gaming or home machine then no, but if you are going to try and put in a monster card like a GTX 770 ot R9 280x then you will need a better PSU