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Build A Gaming PC | Holiday Buyer's Guide - 2016

so I reached out on Twitter a couple days ago and I asked you guys to vote on what budget build I should focus on for my holiday gift buying guide and the top two were a $500 and a $100 gaming PC now the point of this video is to build the best possible PC for those two price points while using parts that are discounted because of the holidays and after hours and hours of research I think I finally done it now I'm sure a lot of you guys know that PC parts are rarely on sale and if they aren't sale the discount is not that much because of the high demand for them but I was able to turn a $1,120 gaming PC to a thousand and three dollars saving you guys about a hundred and twenty bucks so with that said let's take a look at the parts now please keep in mind that these are the prices at the time of making this video and most of these will expire by Saturday November 28th also most of these parts have a mail-in rebate which is the price I'm going with all right so the $1000 build features a 6700 K quad core processor and MSI z 178 pearl motherboard and a CM 212 Evo cooler so that you guys can overclock the CPU and get the most performance out of it we're also throwing in two four gigabyte sticks of RAM rated at 2400 megahertz and an msi gtx 1070 which is going for only $380 that's an absolute steal for a 1070 for storage we have both a 1 terabyte hard drive from Western Digital and also a 120 gigabyte SSD from a data which is perfect for storing the operating system and also important programs that require a fastboot up powering all these parts is the 500 watt power supply from EVGA and housing all of these parts is the amazing NZXT s340 case in black and red of course once again a total cost of this build is one thousand one hundred twenty dollars before some of the mail-in rebates but afterwards it comes down to one thousand and three dollars now let's take a look at the five hundred dollar build now because of the total price obviously the discount wasn't that big I was only able to bring down the cost by twenty nine dollars off the total so from $521 down to 492 regardless this is a beast PC for this price point so I got you guys in i3 6100 we also going with the gigabyte h 110 and the motherboard that features onboard USB 3.0 we're also going with once eighty acres of RAM at 2400 megahertz and also a ZOTAC GTX 1063 gigabyte variant which is currently on sale for storage we are sticking with one terabyte of hard drive from Western Digital like before and powering everything as the EVGA 430 watt power supply as usual I did have a few extra dollars left so I decided to go with a very good looking case so I came across the coarser carbide series 88 R which also happened to be on sell it has a clear side panel USB 3.0 ports in the front and it's also a micro ATX tower which means that it won't take up much space on your desk as always you guys can find all the parts linked down below I just find the cheapest price for each part so make sure you guys are using the link down below if you guys enjoyed the series and want to see another one for cyber monday make sure to leave a like and also let me know in the comment section which what's two budgets I should focus on for cyber monday I already did 500 dollars and I already did a thousand so make sure you guys choose two different budget builds it can be anywhere from 350 bucks to even 2,000 or 3,000 but anyways thank you guys so much for watching as always I will see you in the next video
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