My first budget Gaming PC Build + performance test (Thermaltake core V1)



This mini combat Gaming PC 😉 is my first PC Build Ever…I used to be a laptop user and never thought of using desktop since it is stationary……But now I did it….it is the best decision ever 🙂.

I used an ITX motherboard/Case as I wanted it as small as possible (without sacrificing Performance 😉).

P.S. it has been over a year and the pc is running like a charm.. the only thing I would have changed is:
1- get a 250GB M2 SSD card instead of 120GB
2- get a ryzen processor instead of Intel for slightly faster video editing performance.

Parts list:
1- Thermaltake Core V1 Snow White ITX Gaming Case.
2- MSI S1151 Mini ITX B250i Gaming PRO AC DDR4 Motherboard.
3- Intel S1151 Core i7 7700 3.6GHz Quad Core CPU.
4- ASUS GTX1060 6GB DUAL OC PCIe Video Card.
5- DDR4 4GB (2x4G) Crucial 2133MHz RAM Module.
6- 1TB WD 3.5″ 7200rpm SATA 6Gb/s Blue HDD.
7- DDR4 4GB (1x4G) Crucial 2133MHz RAM Module.
8- Corsair MP500 120GB NVMe M.2 SSD.
9- Casecom 600W ATX Power Supply.

Music used:
Name: Candyland released by NCS channel “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IIrCDAV3EgI”

Artist: Tobu ” https://www.youtube.com/user/tobuofficial”

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