Family PC

by Eduardo B Posted on: 1/13/2022

Build Description

The family PC, that is also quite capable when it comes to 1080p gaming. When I first bought it I wasn't sure how it would fair, but I've been quite surprised.

Favorite Feature

GPU: Quite good for the price.

Parts contained in build

AMD RYZEN 5 3500 6-Core
Qty: 1 $159.99
Solid 6C6 T CPU, get the job done.
Erica Motherboard AM4 mATX L56021-601 L56021-001
Qty: 1 $60.00
Solid little mATX mobo.
Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Overclocked Duel-Fan 4GB GDDR5 PCIe 3.0 Graphics Card
Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Overclocked Duel-Fan 4GB GDDR5 PCIe 3.0 Graphics Card
Qty: 1 $149.99
This GPU and mine look almost the same, but mine us a Super model. As for how mine performs, it surprised me. Most modern games run at 60+ fps no problem, plus it overclocks quite well!!!!
Crucial 8GB DDR4-2666 PC4-21300 CL19 Single Channel Desktop Memory Module CT8G4DFRA266 - Green
Crucial 8GB DDR4-2666 PC4-21300 CL19 Single Channel Desktop Memory Module CT8G4DFRA266 - Green
Qty: 1 $39.99
It ain't much, but it's honest ram.
HP Pavilion Gaming Case
Qty: 1 $20.00
Really pretty case for what is worth. It even has rgb.
HP 400 W Platinum efficiency power supply
Qty: 1 $30.00
Again, for what is worth, solid PSU that gets the job done.
Modified stock Intel Cooler
Qty: 1 $15.00
Cools the CPU quite well; it never thermal throttled even when playing intense games such as Warzone.
Samsung 970 EVO
Qty: 1 $119.99
(not pictured) Amazing SSD, blazing fast but sometimes gets hot, still can't really complain since it doesn't affect the performance. I buy it when the price of SSDs was high, but it is what it is.