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1080p 25" HP 25ES Monitor

-Razer Deathadder Gaming Mouse (2018)

-Corsair K55 Gaming Keyboard

- Genius Hi-Fi Professional Speakers

 

Gaming PC Specifications:

CPU: Ryzen 5 1500X @ 3.7Ghz

Motherboard: MSI 350M Gaming Pro (MS-7A39)

RAM: 8GB Corsair 2400MHZ

GPU: Zotac 1050Ti OCEd 4GB

SD: SiliconPower 240GB SSD

PSU: EVGA SuperNova 650W

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Value is decent enough for a prebuilt, especially if it comes with windows. If it were a proposed build then: PSU is overkill, more storage is needed, RAM is probably single channel and Ryzen loves faster RAM too, MSI AM4 motherboards are probably the worst overall for reliability and bios and consider that the 1500X is going to be superceded soon. The Razer mouse also has a bad rep for falling apart and the kb/m aren't from the same brand so for any customisation you'll probably need two sets of apps. But for a prebuilt/ 2nd hand it's OK and an order of magnitude better than most big brand prebuilts*.

 

*a skylake non k i7 and 16GB generic 2133 RAM on a custom MB, plus a 1030 and ExplodeMax 350W PSU for 4000 3500NZD? By Grabthar's Hammer, what a savings!

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1080p 25" HP 25ES Monitor

-Razer Deathadder Gaming Mouse (2018)

-Corsair K55 Gaming Keyboard

- Genius Hi-Fi Professional Speakers

 

Gaming PC Specifications:

CPU: Ryzen 5 1500X @ 3.7Ghz

Motherboard: MSI 350M Gaming Pro (MS-7A39)

RAM: 8GB Corsair 2400MHZ

GPU: Zotac 1050Ti OCEd 4GB

SD: SiliconPower 240GB SSD

PSU: EVGA SuperNova 650W

I know this is a few months old but that's a terrible price if the system is used. You could build that brand new for about the same money.

 

I wouldn't pay more than $300 for it as a used system.

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Thanks for the reply ... I ended up spending some time on build a pc on reddit and built the courage to build my own rig.  About two months in and no issues so far ... loving it!

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