I have two builds I had a few friendly people put together for me. I was wondering if anyone could give me tips about the two. Ways to improve, or save money, or add a bit more money for increased performance.
I plan on playing the most recent games on maxed settings if possible, and recording while doing so to post on YouTube and look back on it in a few years.
If anyone could put together a better build that would be fine, I'm looking for between $1000 and $1500.
i know the second one was screwysqrl's build (im pretty sure)
ill tell you the differences
1:the second one has a better cooler than mine.
2: i have a slightly better motherboard (either one works fine)(first build)
3: the second one has orange colored ram while mine is blue. depends if you want to pay the extra dollar for a different color. they are the same
4: first one has a much better SSD. second one has asynchronos nand chips while the first one has toggle nand (2 classes above asynchronos nand)
5:first one has a much better gtx670 due to the better cooler and PCB. the galaxy one is the same thing as the evga ftw gtx670
6:first one has a bigger and modular power supply. it can support SLI fine. the second one has a 650w which isnt very recommended for SLI
7:first one has a much more premium case.
8:second one has a bigger monitor while first one is slightly smaller. first monitor is better because it has a higher pixel density resulting in clearer images. first one is also much thinner and energy efficent
9:first one has a dvd drive
the one i suggested was the gigabyte z77x-ud3h but the asrock board is ok as well. its your call. i personally would be getting the z77xud5h for myself as it has more features
i dont get your second question. higher resolutions tend to have a higher pixel density. 23inch 1080p monitors have lower pixel density than a 21.5 1080p monitor since there is more surface area to stretch out the pixels, there fore making pictures not as sharp.