For $400 the Boson 4.0 is a fresh gaming PC build for 2017!
Intel Pentium G4560 on Amazon: http://austin.tech/g4560
EVGA GTX 1050 on Amazon: http://austin.tech/gtx1050
MSI B250M PRO-VD on Amazon: http://austin.tech/b250m
8GB Kingston HyperX Fury on Amazon: http://austin.tech/8gbfury
120GB Kingston UV400 on Amazon: http://austin.tech/kingstonssd
430W EVGA PSU on Amazon: http://austin.tech/evga430w
Thermaltake Versa H15 on Amazon: http://austin.tech/versa15
I built this pc a while ago and want to upgrade. I just bought an Intel i5 9400f processor and realized that its not compatible with the motherboard. I dont want to return the chip so any suggestions on compatible motherboards would be highly appreciated.
Ram is cheap in 2019 who’s with me?
My 900$ build is in this case yikes
So I wanna upgrade my graphics card for this build is there a certain size they have to be? And how would I be able to tell which one is better then the current one I have?
he likes logic? album in backround
How about I use a gt 1030 instead of gtx 1050
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The power supply is $90
Optane and a hhd is so much better
So I’m going to a place called free geek where you can work for a free computer. The computer comes with 4gbs of ddr3 and i3. Is that good or should I upgrade the proccesser and ram and add gpu
Can you play Omsi 2 and Euro Truck simulator 2 without any lag
I'd love to see how the cable management was worked out
can this run fortnite if i add more ram and use a i5 instead of the pentium?
No way 2 year's
All i care about is that i can play gta V on high settings at 1080p
It’s now 556.12 dollars on amazon to build this pc in 2019
Does anyone know if this can run battle field one? If not, what needs to be upgraded?
Austin be like 1to hdd :naaaaaahhh 250go ssd :yeaaaahhhh
i had the exact same specs for about 1 year and it did extremely well with Dota2, Witcher3 wildhunt , GTA V on medium settings , CSGO on MAX, and pubg(early access) on LOW all on respectable FPS . i ran Dota 2 on 40fps with just the g4560 integrated graphics at first I now have an i5 8500 | GTX 1080.