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hobbs

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Nice. Maybe you could recommend something for me? I just need something to edit videos on and stream to twitch but I don't really wanna spend that much :/
Maybe £500 ($750)
 
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Nice. Maybe you could recommend something for me? I just need something to edit videos on and stream to twitch but I don't really wanna spend that much :/
Maybe £500 ($750)
The video part wouldn't be bad, but the twitch part starts getting a little on the expensive side as with my computer I am only getting around 100 fps when I try streaming.
 

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The video part wouldn't be bad, but the twitch part starts getting a little on the expensive side as with my computer I am only getting around 100 fps when I try streaming.
Yeah I'm probably gonna get a GTX 960 4gb, should handle everything.
 

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Nice CPU, that's what I'm planning to put into my Coolermaster HAF 922. I'd prefer some G.Skill Ripjaws 4 over Corsair, though.
 
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Nice CPU, that's what I'm planning to put into my Coolermaster HAF 922. I'd prefer some G.Skill Ripjaws 4 over Corsair, though.
Yeah I really like this CPU it's cool with the aftermarket cooler that I have and runs everything I need it to. As the RAM I just went with what was cheapest :/
 

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Yeah I really like this CPU it's cool with the aftermarket cooler that I have and runs everything I need it to. As the RAM I just went with what was cheapest :/
Don't get me wrong haha, everyone knows Corsair make great RAM. I'm pretty sure G.Skill are cheaper than Corsair, though. They also hold the world record for fastest DDR4 speed.
 

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That is true there isn't a whole lot the DDR4 can do that DDR3 can't.
In a few years software will start to need DDR4, but now it's just a matter of abundance. There is a speed difference but it's up to the usage if that's significant. It also has a lower voltage which can be great.
 

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Mine is built from pieces that I bought separately.

Made the basic working PC then ugpraded stuff.

My budget is limited so I can't get expensive stuff.
Last thing I bought was a GTX 960.
 
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In a few years software will start to need DDR4, but now it's just a matter of abundance. There is a speed difference but it's up to the usage if that's significant. It also has a lower voltage which can be great.
I am playing on building a mirco atx computer later this year or early next year and I will probably switch then.
 
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Mine is built from pieces that I bought separately.

Made the basic working PC then ugpraded stuff.

My budget is limited so I can't get expensive stuff.
Last thing I bought was a GTX 960.
Nice, I bought all my pieces at Microcenter and then built the computer at home. The only thing I have added was more RAM.
 

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