First we’ll start with the intel build The i3 is a good budget option with decently clocked cores, perfect for this build! Motherboards don’t affect performance, but having 4 RAM slots allows for greater expansion in the future 16 GB of memory is becoming more and more of a necessity in gaming, but you can change this to 8 GB to save some money Western Digital is a reliable brand and 1 TB is more than enough for all of your games and applications Now for the video card The RX 570 is a beast at 1080p gaming, achieving 60-75+ fps in most Triple-A titles, and also has a really competitive price! The case is mostly up to preference, as all cases within the £35 – £45 range have very similar features The power supply is arguably the most important part of the computer, it is vital to get a reliable power supply because a faultly or dodgy one could kill the whole system I will leave the link for both build links in the description below! I personally recommend this keyboard bundle, it has mechanical feeling keys and a good overall mouse for a budget price. This AOC monitor has a really good resolution and refreshes rate for the price! You can skip to 7:27 to avoid watching me do the same for AMD As you can see, the AMD build is cheaper, and arguably better as the Ryzen 3 is overclockable given the right motherboard!

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  • April 23, 2019 at 10:19 pm
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  • April 23, 2019 at 10:19 pm
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    What a bootiful video I must say from the content creator god himself.

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  • April 23, 2019 at 10:19 pm
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