Hey what's up everyone johnnythegeek here! It's been a while since I have posted a video on here and this is my latest build guide for those looking to game or do general productivity.
This is a long 3-in-1 video from start to finish. The only thing I did not include is going to the motherboard manufacturers website to download the drivers. One thing I wanted to note was that I shot all of this in 1080p @ 60 frames per second and it looks really smooth. Some parts where I speed things up don't look that smooth but it is better than 30fps in my opinion.
The parts might seem outdated from 2014 but at the time of this posting in LATE 2015, there hasn't been a new chipset or CPU class that has replaced it. Even going into 2016 there would probably be a new CPU and chipset that is more power efficient and requires DDR4 memory. There might also be a 950ti by the time you see this so get that instead if it's only $20-$30 more.
Parts List: 0:17
Build Guide: 02:51
Windows Installation: 12:49
Links to Parts:
Motherboard: MSI H81M-P33 - $52http://amzn.to/1J7edOF
CPU: Intel G3258 - $50http://amzn.to/1DSJcST
RAM: Crucial Balistix Sport Kit - $43http://amzn.to/1feJFD5
CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Gemini M4 - $30http://amzn.to/1UKoMPZ
SSD: Silicon Power S60 - $48http://amzn.to/1UKqDo7
Hard Drive: Seagate 1TB - $51http://amzn.to/1J7fyVH
Power Supply: EVGA 500watt PSU - $43http://amzn.to/1feK5ZS
GPU: Gigabyte 750ti - $105 After Rebatehttp://amzn.to/1UKpoFo
Case: Fractal Design Core 1000 - $50http://amzn.to/1UKpWuS
Alternate Case: Silverstone Tek PS08B - $35http://amzn.to/1UKqd10
So roughly the system build total cost is about $460 plus tax and or shipping. These prices are subject to change so it could be as low as $400 depending on whether or not you get both a HDD and SSD.