Main System Specs:
Dell Optiplex 990 Prebuilt Tower
i5 2400 @ 3.10 GHz (3.4 GHz Boost)
OEM GTX 660 (1.5 GB Variant) @ 1065 MHz (OC + Boost)
8GB DDR3 Hykin 1333 MHz
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00:06 - 3D Mark Fire Strike
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02:00 - Unigine Superposition
03:00 - Rise of the Tomb Raider
04:00 - Fortnite Battle Royale
05:00 - Player Unknown's Battle Ground
06:00 - GTA Online
07:00 - The Witcher 3
08:00 - League of Legends
09:00 - CSGO
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RJV Farm - Gaming any of the short cards will fit in it (single fan), the blower style gtx 660 is pretty short and it was butting up against the hard drive cage. Keep in mind you'll also need to upgrade the stock optiplex power supply
I have problem with my i5 2400 . I start play Fortnite , and everything is good ( fps is ok with medium settings ) but after about 5-6 minutes my screen been black or just go back on desktop and can do anything. And I must go to task manager to delete fortnite from action to unblocked screen or just restart my computer. I will write my specs , so If someone have any idea to solved my problem or suggestion what to do , thanks in advanced . And sorry for my bad English ￼
Intel i5 2400
Motherboard Dell Inc. 0GDG8Y
NVIDIA GTX 660Ti
Thanks to this video I was able to build my girlfriend her first gaming pc for her birthday. I already had an i5 2400 and motherboard laying around and came here looking to see how gpu prices were fairing nowadays. This video help me make up my mind, THANKS!
GTX 660Ti with old AMD athlon 2 X4 640 OC @ 3.2GHZ runs it all some on max some on mid settings..Going to sell both soon with light upgrade to GTX 670 and X6 1090T..After all said and done may cost me 100 dollars to upgrade after I sell old parts on Ebay..Good for another 2 years after that...Just wish software would really keep up with using all CPU cores with good optimization..Wish full thinking for 90% of newer games and some productivity software as most suck at optimizing core use above 4 cores and some over 2 cores...
Moral of the story: 6 year old intel processor paired with 6 year old graphics card can run some of today’s games at 30-60fps on medium settings. If it hits 60fps, I don’t see it as much of a sacrifice for the potential savings for going with older parts.
There are SOME games, though, that simply won’t run well on this config, and there will be more launching this year no doubt.
I also have an i5 2400 and 8gb of ddr3 1333mhz but my video card is a gigabyte single fan gtx 950 and i am pretty pleased with the performance i get from a system that cost less than 180$. I mean i can play star wars battlefront 2 at medium 1080p at a decent 60-70fps :)
Guys i need help. An old old friend of mine is selling his gaming pc with the following specs
i7 7700k 4.2Ghz (4.5 GHz Turbo boost) Kaby lake
32GB Ram DDR4 2400Ghz (ADATA XPG-Z1)
MSI GTX 1080 8GB ( DVI, Triple DP , HDMI )
240GB SSD ( Windows 10 )
1TB 7200RPM ( Storage )
6x USB 3.0
1x USB3.1 ( 1x USB 3.1 type C)
2x USB 2.0
Motherboard: MSI Z270 Pc Mate
Case: NZXT (Dual Tempered Glass Windows )
RGB LED Lights With Remote
600W Power Supply
Front Panel inputs: USB 3.0& audio
High Definition Audio 7.1 Surround Sound
$1199 is this a good price ?
Hey Danny this has nothing to do with this video but me and my buddy built this pc for £80 which I think is like 90-100$
Cpu-AMD Athlon 64x2
Mobo-Random mobo that came with cpu
Psu- corsair vs 450 80+
Hdd- 320gb wd
Gpu- Radeon hd 5770
Case- crappy case that we found in my closet
Ummm.... Dude I know this is a wrong video to ask this question but
Are these specs worth $240
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Features : Suitable for online or offline gaming, (depending on individual game requirements)
Fast Quad Core processor
AMD's powerful built-in Radeon Graphics.
Multi-purpose. Also for home or office use.
Great chassis ventillation with 2 fans installed.
AMD A8 7650K Quad Core 3.3-3.8ghz
8GB DDR3 1600Mhz Memory
500GB Sata3 6GB/s Hard Drive
Built-in onboard AMD Radeon R7 Series 720Mhz Graphics
Front case mounted 12cm Blue led light fan
Rear case mounted 8cm Black fan
Ordinary 600w Power supply
Ubuntu Linux Installed
Free Linux softwares installed
**The Free Ubuntu Linux installed is a GUI environment much like Windows and is ready to use with pre-installed softwares for web browsing, office work and school assignments.
Had a QX9650 (overclocked to 3.666ghz and 3.833ghz) and ASUS 660ti DC2 2GB that outperformed this set up by 5-10fps that I sold for $300. Love seeing what you can still get out of some good older hardware though!
You wanna know how to aio cool your cpu on a budget?
Step.1 grab a glass cup
Step.2 fill that cup halfway through with water
Step.3 fill other half with ice
Step.4 wait one hour
Step.5 place thermalpaste on cpu
Step.6 place cup on top of cpu
Boom 40 degrees idle, I tried it with q6600 oc and it works
Hello N.O.A.B, I created this throwaway account to ask about your opinion. I was browsing Craigslist for something I could upgrade with the GTX 660 and I found the following:
(1x) Dell Optiplex 990 Core i5-2400 3.10GHz
(1x) Dell 22" Monitor
(1x) VGA cable
(1x) Ethernet cable
(2x) Power cords
(1x) Windows 10 Pro OS
Do you think this is a good deal for 229$? I was going to message the seller and ask if he would go to 150 possibly as to stay under my 250$ budget for my own PC or do you think that would be lowballing the seller?
BROOOOOO that first song!! awesome!! Great vid as always. I've been thinking of putting together a budget build for a casual gamer friend.
Any suggestions for a gpu that can play any game out there @ 1080p and 60fps without dropping the settings down to much? I'm thinking a gtx 1060 6gb is the gpu to go with but I would love any suggestions.
+Brandon gill these extended benchmarks used to be 90 seconds per game but people said it was too long, this video isn't to get more ads, it's to show a decent chunk of gameplay to give people an idea how the system actually performs, which is more useful than just showing graphs with averages and minimums. I already showed some portions of the benchmarks in the previous giveaway video, but this video is more timeless as the title and purpose is purely showcasing performance for the given components. After the giveaway ends the other video will fall by the wayside where as this one will stay relevant long term
My oldest rig has the i5 2400 in it as well. I have it paired with a gtx 960 and I use it for when I have friends over for some lan gaming. It does surprisingly well with most games at 1080p and a mix of mid and high settings. The 2nd gen intel processors will definitely go down as one of my favorites. They stayed relevant longer then any other hardware I have ever owned.
I built a system with an i5 2400 and a gtx 660 just last month! What a coincidence. I can confirm the benchmarks: 1080p with medium to high settings generally results in ±60fps.
For the price, this combo works remarkably well.
hi, I'm completely new to pc building. my screen's resolution is 1366x768, does that mean 720p? if so, how much easier will it run better fps in general, because I mostly see 1080p but doing really great.
Ren Clon I agree. Report 1% low and 0.1% low as in games like pubg with a rig that gets 50-60fps on empty roads and act like a very good machine for the price you can go to like 10fps in early massive gunfights. Thats why those benchmarks are worth pile of shit, they will show you "gameplay" running around on empty field or vs 1 guy in minor town. Then people gonna buy that as a budget option and realize they can't play 80% of early game due to massive drops.
For case, I used the Masterbox 5 lite. I used red sleeved cables. Gelid Solutions makes them cheaply; I paid a total of roughly €13 for the three cables, 24, 8 and 6 pin. (if you plan on changing colors later, I suggest you buy them in white: that way it will reflect whatever color led you shine on them) and some 33 led fans. Similar fans can be found on aliExpress for $3 a piece.
Other than that, I suggest buying a case with PSU shroud to hide the non-sleeved cables and cable combs add a nice touch (also found cheaply on AliExpress)
I wish you the best of luck. :)
Andrew Pannelli prior video has all the info on the system, but this one has the important parts in description. This is meant for later down the road when people are looking this specific could and gpu and want to see what they can expect to get out of it
ik you might not answer me or anything but i have been watching you for a couple of months thanks to you and comptv and other tech youtubers for giving me the knowledge of how to build a pc.. and can help me out cause my channel is dying and i need it for my future videos :( i have a laptop that can barely run anything.. please Danny my mother don't have any money to support me with building a pc and pc prices here in Jamaica are high very.. I would be glad if I won but if I don't congratulations to the winner ;) 100% and this is dedicated to give away video bro
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