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First PC Build

I have always been interested in computers and how they are put together, I have done simple things like changing RAM, Hard Drives. This build will be more for the experience than breaking the bank to have a max spec computer.


I like a smaller form factor so for this build I am planning on a ITX motherboard build

Looking for options on a few components and also for any of the components I am currently looking at also maybe something I am nothing thinking of like brackets or cables etc

My main goal like mentioned is the experience but I would like it to be able to emulate as high as WiU and play Steam games at medium to high settings 1080p 60htz


I already own many 2.5" SSDs and HDDs so will not be purchasing those

APU- Ryzen 3 2200G

Motherboard - GIGABYTE GA-AB350N-Gaming

Case: SilverStone Technology Mini-DTX

Power: Corsair SF Series, SF450

GPU: GTX 1050ti (looking for suggestions on brand)

RAM: looking for suggestions


from a tower perspective is there something I am forgetting , I will take all suggestion that keep costs in the same ball park, I obviously know a 1080ti GPU is better


thanks for reading

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I would not build this.

But first, I just did some work and shared test results using an old HP D4999T with what I think is a nice 1050 Ti. Here's the link:https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/im-upgrading-some-old-iron-what-would-you-like/

Here's the video card I bought. The benchmarks put this model at the head of the pack of 1050 Ti cards.
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B01MF7EQJZ/ was 190USD total to my door.

-> OK, what would I build if I was doing such? Almost any model at https://www.reddit.com/r/PCMasterRace/wiki/builds

Why? I don't want to check each item. I want what the herd is building. I want it to work first time.

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Think twice

About that cpu.
A good chunk of it is for the igp.
Since your going with a gpu your about to disable that chunk.

I'd be more inclined to look at an i3-8100.
Looks to be about a 15% bump in cpu muscle.

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