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Drunken purchase. Help please

arb197

Member
Evening all.
Had few drinks friday night and my eldest daughter says she wants a PC.. few JDs thinking I have assembled computers 20 years ago so sod it I will make her one lol..

Now for the drunken buy.. I bought this for 70 pounds.....MSI AMD Radeon RX 570 ARMOR 8G OC GDDR5 Graphics Card

Now all she wants to play is simulator games like planet zoo.

What motherboard is best for this card and will I be better getting the 500w power supply and will the AMD A10 be fine for this please

Thanks all... time to lock away my JD lol
 

arb197

Member
Hi I don't know what spec i need these days lol.. she is 11 and plays stuff like planet Zoo type games.. her little laptop freezes all the time. Also dont want to spend a fortune lol
 

ubuysa

OMNIPOTENT
Moderator
If you want us to suggest a suitable PCS build you'll need to let us know what games specifically you and/or your daughter play, what your maximum budget is, whether you really do want to use that graphics card (which might be a mistake), and whether you need a monitor, keyboard and mouse as well within that budget. :)
 

arb197

Member
Fortnite
Roblox
Planet zoo
Planet coaster

Games like this. I have won and paid for the Graphics card.. only fair as I bid

So I need to use this within the build..

I have keyboard and mouse... need monitor or can i use a TV via HDMI?
 

arb197

Member
Seen this any good for my card and what I want to play on it ?

Motherboard – ATX ASUS P6X58D PREMIUM SATA3/USB3
CPU Water cooler - CORSAIR H50 CWCH50-1 INTEL/AMD
CPU COREi7 - l Core i7 930 2.8G s1366
Memory - Corsair platinum series - 12GB (6x2GB)CX/DDR3/TR3X6G1600C9
Sound card - *Creative X-Fi Titanium SOUND/CL/XFI/TITAN
 

Oussebon

Multiverse Poster
The forum belongs to PC Specialist who build and sell custom PCs and laptops, so we can't advise on self build projects. You could try an open forum like Tom's Hardware.

In terms of custom PC specs (made from new parts) you're unlikely to find anything for £350 worth buying. When you consider that £90 of that gets taken by the windows licence, plus the cost of the case, PSU, basic storage, motherboard, CPU and RAM, unfortunately. So 2nd hand parts may be your only option.

Best of luck :)
 
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