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$600 Mini-ITX Gaming PC Build - June

what's up guys it's ed from tech stores and this is ice cube the $600 gaming PC for the month of June I've been doing full-size bills on a channel for a while so I thought I would change things up and go with a smaller more compact route by the way there will be a build guide on this PC next week for those of you that are interested in picking up the same parts and making one for yourself so make sure you're subscribed to the channel if you don't want to miss out so this time around I went to the Intel i5 4460 locked processor and the asrock v8 e5m ITX motherboard since I didn't plan on overclocking this PC I decided not to pick up a CPU cooler I also picked up eight gigabytes of RAM from crucial and a one terabyte hard drive from Seagate I was going to go with a GTX 960 but I went with the r9 380 instead because this card outperformed the GTX 960 in my top 5 GPU comparison using up all these parts is none other than the EVGA 500 watt power supply which is more than enough and I want to have impact everything inside the super tiny and sexy thermal take v1 Core Mini ITX case a few things that attracted me to this case where the price design space for cable management and the 2 USB 3.0 ports off to the side from Mini ITX Tower this case offers a lot of features for temps Ice Cube hovered around the constant 33 degrees Celsius during idle and light usage while capping at 66 degrees during full load also it's pretty damn quiet this is by far the most quietest PC that I have ever built put the fire strike benchmark the PC scored a 71 31 and here is where it ranks compared to my other budget builds on the channel as you can see it completely beat out Z on the $650 build from last October in terms of rendering these are the times for a full export on a 60 second 4k file comparing the speeds to my previous budget builds it appears that Ice Cube is noticeably better in terms of rendering times I also noticed that even though it's 50 dollars cheaper than Z on the render times are almost the same so now that all those benchmarks are out of the way let's go and take a look at the 1080p gaming benchmarks I hope you guys enjoy so that is it for the video as always if you enjoy watching my monthly PC builds and never want me to stop doing them make sure to back-end that like button to show your support also make sure to follow me on Twitter and Instagram because there's going to be a lot of sneak peeks on my next two ultimate builds as well as a sneak peek for the perfect desk setup episode two there's going to be a lot of gtx 1080 and 1070 bills in the channel so be sure you guys are subscribed as always thank you guys so much for watching and I will see you in the next video
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