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PC specs recomendations

I am building a PC for UE4 and other modeling and what not. What I would like to know what would be sufficient as for a processor, motherboard, graphics card etc... what is relatively cheap that works with it and what can i upgrade to when i get the money or do i have to go straight in spending 2 grand. Currently I am working a minimum wage job for this money I need something that currently wont rob my bank account completely

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asked Apr 07 '14 at 04:51 AM in Everything Else

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The comments will go crazy, but cost vs performance. CPU Amd 8350, Gpu 660ti, 8gb ram, stick to a name brand motherboard, 500 watt psu. Some cheap case.

You make minimum wage so let's keep it cheap for now. Learn some skills and any money you make from that skills save it and wait for major jumps in performance. You can even get by with less but that set up would be good for learning. Matter of a fact it's now my old computer in a closet. I found work and then upgraded. Those specs are just above an xbox one.

You don't know we're the future may go. You may find out you love modeling, or texturing. Each skill has different needs. Get good then upgrade for that skill. Modelers need a good card with lots of ram, an artist will need a drawing tablet and a great color accurate monitor. Programmers better have on hell of a chair because there are going to be in it a while.

Good luck if need help let me know,

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answered Apr 07 '14 at 05:51 AM

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