ShowcaseA $500 Gaming PC that fits in a backpack (1080p 60fps)Posted:

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Over the past month I challenged myself to build something cheap that could achieve high framerates in 1080p in most modern games for a very low price, as well as being small enough to carry around wherever I go. I finished that build just a few days ago, and I'd like to share it with the community in the hopes that it will help someone looking for the same thing. A PPP link is below, as well as a YouTube build video/review for anyone who doesn't want to read a wall of text. Let me know what you think, and if you would have chosen any different parts given the budget!

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I mean in theory its a $500 build, but you got a deal buying used parts. The card usually goes for $400 so I wouldn't make people believe that's what they would look into paying for it.
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ip wroteI mean in theory its a $500 build, but you got a deal buying used parts. The card usually goes for $400 so I wouldn't make people believe that's what they would look into paying for it.


Why not? If I can get that deal, so can others. I've recommended other cards in the video for those that don't want to spend the extra cash.
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