Astounding $800 Gaming PC Build! January 2017!

Astounding $800 Gaming PC Build! January 2017!


Hey what’s up dudes, Douglas here and today
I’m going to be bringing you guys an Astounding $800 gaming PC. This is a high-end pc aimed at gamers who
want 60+ FPS on high to max settings. As with any PC build I do on the channel,
this is my opinion of the best parts for the price. If you think there could be an improvement,
be sure to let me know down below. As always part links are in the description. Also before we get into the video, I want
to say sorry for not uploading in over a month. I was taking a brief break from YouTube and
was focusing on other things! Alright guys, without further a due, let’s
get right into the build. Alright guys, first up is the CPU. For this price I choose an i5-7600K. This is a great high-end processor and is
a great CPU for this build. It comes with a clock speed of 3.8 GHz and
it has 4 cores. It also is capable of overclocking, which
is a good deal for a CPU that is $230. For the CPU Cooler, I choose the cooler master
hyper 212 evo. Although this is a basic CPU cooler, it will
help to keep the 7600k cool during long gaming sessions. For only $27, this is a great basic CPU cooler. Alright third up we have our motherboard,
the ASROCK Z170 Extreme3 micro atx board. This is a nice high-end that supports 2 way
sli (for future upgrades), DDR4 ram, and even overclocking! In my opinion, this is an awesome motherboard
that will help this build reach its max potential. Next up guys we have the ram, for which I
choose crucial 8 GB 2by4gb ddr4 2133 MHz kit. This DDR4 set of ram features a snappy speed
of 2133MHz and a minimal design. All in all this ram is great for nice and
smooth gaming. Fifth up is storage. Although there is no SSD in this build, the
mechanical hard drive does have a fast RPM of 7200. If you would like an ssd in your build, most
120 GB ssds can be purchased for around $40. The mechanical hard drive that I choose was
a Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB 7200RPM HDD. As I said earlier, this won’t be nearly
as fast as the typical SSD, but its ginormous storage capacity makes it amazing for storing
all your games. Next up we have the part that basically determines
what game settings you will be playing at and how much FPS you will be achieving at
said settings. So guys, for the graphics card of this build
I choose the GTX 1060 6 GB card. Personally I choose the EVGA SC model, but
truthfully any GTX 1060 6GB would be an awesome choice. Pick the version that meets your personal
budget best. However, if you do decide to swap the graphics
card out, make sure you select a GTX 1060 with 6 GB of Vram. Obliviously, depending on which version of
the card you get, the total price of the build could slightly increase or decrease. To summarize, the 1060 6GB is an amazing card
and fits well in this high-end gaming PC. Here are the benchmarks for the GTX 1060 EVGA
SC 6 GB edition. Keep in mind that depending on what version
of the GTX 1060 you get, FPS in games could slightly increase or decrease. HIT THE BENCHMARKS!!!! For storing all these PC parts, you’re going
to need a case. For this build, I choose the Rosewill TYRFING
case. This is a beautiful mid-tower case that has
support for up to full sized atx motherboards. It has multiple front panel usb ports and
is overall an awesome case. It does have a clear window, which is always
a sweet bonus. I’d recommend this case for anyone who is
looking for an all-around affordable and great-looking case. Okay guys, last up we got the PSU, aka the
Rosewill 500WATT 80+ bronze certified semi modular power supply. This bad boy supplies you with 500 watts which
is more than enough for this pc and is even enough for some future upgrades. Although other parts will probably need to
be upgraded, at least you won’t need to worry about the power supply. Overall, this is a great power supply made
by a reliable and trusted brand. Alright dudes that concludes this PC build. Hope you guys enjoyed and liked the high-end
PC, if you did or you didn’t be sure to let me know why in the comments. Also be sure to let me know down below what
budget you would like to see next. This has been Douglas for Gaming Laboratories,
and I’m out. Peace dudes!

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