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Artyom Vangelis

My Computer Build 2.

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811147153 - Case

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128565 - Motherboard

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487091 - GPU

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113284 - CPU

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820104455 - RAMhttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438016 -Power Supply

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148840 - Hard Drive

My questions!

1. Do I need a ssd card and what does it do?

2. Also, is it worth getting 16gb of ram?

3. Do i need a better power supply?

4. Is this computer build even good for gaming?

5. Do i need like a disc reader to install windows, I really don't know much about that kinda stuff.

6. Should I just get Windows 7, and then upgrade to Windows 10?

Thanks guys for the help recently!

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My questions!

1. Do I need a ssd card and what does it do?

You do not need a SSD card.A SSD card is a drive that is used to access data and store it.The difference between a SSD and a normal HDD is that the SSD is faster when it comes to data transfer.

2. Also, is it worth getting 16gb of ram?

If you have the money I say go for it.If not I found that 8GB RAM are enough. 

6. Should I just get Windows 7, and then upgrade to Windows 10?

My advice is to stick with Windows 7 for now.

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Corry    205

If you have a ssd card and you install windows on to it, ur pc will start up really fast and programs if u have them installed on it. but its not necessary.

2 you dont need 16gb ram yet 8 will do fine

3 best get a psu from a reputable make, and 750w is properly the best way to go

4 its good for gaming but i would recommend getting a better gpu like a gtx 970 or amd r9 200 or the new r9 300 series

5 yes u need a disc reader to install windows but you can buy windows now preloaded on a memory stick all you have to do is transfer it to youre hard drive , but its always good to have a disc reader for the other stuff like drivers and games that come with parts and u can get one real cheap

6 wi would get win 7 then upgrade to 10

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If you have a ssd card and you install windows on to it, ur pc will start up really fast and programs if u have them installed on it. but its not necessary.

2 you dont need 16gb ram yet 8 will do fine

3 best get a psu from a reputable make, and 750w is properly the best way to go  

4 its good for gaming but i would recommend getting a better gpu like a gtx 970 or amd r9 200 or the new r9 300 series

5 yes u need a disc reader to install windows but you can buy windows now preloaded on a memory stick all you have to do is transfer it to youre hard drive , but its always good to have a disc reader for the other stuff like drivers and games that come with parts and u can get one real cheap

6 wi would get win 7 then upgrade to 10

The thing is, I'm on sort of a tight budget and the total price came out to be about $661. And I was thinking of getting something from 600-700. So, is this build good for the price and budget?

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Dont get that processor MOBO combo

Intel

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Dont get that processor MOBO combo

Intel

With tight budgets, you're almost forced to go with an AMD processor.

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Hi Artyom Vangelis!

Did you find any of the above information useful?

Any updates on were you stand with this?

Just to add my input.

1. Do I need a ssd card and what does it do? - Not really if your on a budget and short story is its an external hardrive.

2. Also, is it worth getting 16gb of ram? - Again if your on a budget, Not Needed

3. Do i need a better power supply? - Your PSU seems fine.

4. Is this computer build even good for gaming? - Cannot really answer this as any computer can run games it depends at what level you want them to run to be defined as "good for gaming"

5. Do i need like a disc reader to install windows, I really don't know much about that kinda stuff. - 99% of computers come with disk readers these days I cannot imagine you do not have the required hardware to install windows.

6. Should I just get Windows 7, and then upgrade to Windows 10? - Personal preference I run windows 7 and will not be upgrading its down to yourself

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1. Do I need a ssd card and what does it do?

A SSD load's memory faster than a HDD, it is not necessery, and it will not give you better frames. But it will boot up the faster.

2. Also, is it worth getting 16gb of ram?

I would say 16 is a good number for a gaming rig. I would not recommend going any lower.

3. Do i need a better power supply?

I have not seen any powersupply. But dont go lower than 600w.

4. Is this computer build even good for gaming?

If the rig is directed towards DayZ.

Your ammount of ram is good, but i would recommend 1866mhz ram.

Could speed on the Cpu, but remember, dayz only utelizes one core. Go for one with the same speed, but less cores.

Your GPU is more than good enough for dayz, but for other games, 4gb is better.

It does not hurt with a more powerfull and faster clocking Motherboard.

5. Do i need like a disc reader to install windows, I really don't know much about that kinda stuff.

A cd writer, or a copy of windows on a USB hub.

Download the correct Windows edition from pirate bay, and register it with the code you bought.

6. Should I just get Windows 7, and then upgrade to Windows 10?

WINDOWS 7!

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/moving to off-topic as this is more of a discussion, rather than a question

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-shark2fast-

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