Easy Gaming PC Build Challenge!

تم نشره في 2020/06/18
We found the best way to start building a PC. Here are some useful tools to help beginners or even check to see if parts are compatible with your build. But have you built something better? If you did, show me!
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PC Parts Used:
Intel Core i5-10600K: rebrand.ly/4na2ujq
MSI Z490 MEG ACE Intel LGA 1200 ATX Motherboard: rebrand.ly/8s3wlvn
MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Ventus Overclocked Graphics Card: rebrand.ly/m9e7w5e
Crucial Ballistix Gaming RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 RAM: rebrand.ly/suntt2h
Crucial P2 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD: rebrand.ly/26t2z1o
Seagate BarraCuda 2TB 7200RPM Hard Drive: rebrand.ly/ppn2axi
PowerSpec 650 Watt 80 Plus Gold Power Supply: rebrand.ly/ggl5m10
Lian Li Lancool II Tempered Glass eATX Computer Case: rebrand.ly/61ayb3k
Cooler Master Hyper 212 Black Universal CPU Cooler: rebrand.ly/dbqzfxo
Thermaltake TG4 High Performance Thermal Grease: rebrand.ly/sm0w8m1
Peripherals Used:
SteelSeries Apex 5 RGB Gaming Keyboard - Hybrid Blue: rebrand.ly/tfq4j9y
SteelSeries Rival 600 Gaming Mouse: rebrand.ly/8qz2wlh
SteelSeries Arctis 1 Wireless Gaming Headset - Black: rebrand.ly/4d4x4nr
SteelSeries Qck XXL Gaming Mouse Pad: rebrand.ly/agwqyai
MAINGEAR FORMA R Aspen Gaming Chair - White: rebrand.ly/xe6jwi8
*Intel i5-10600k was not yet available when this video was filmed.
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  • Well rip for australia

  • What i if tell you

  • i have this case but I don't know how to install the rgb lights for the front of it. can you please help?

  • This is so much better than the verge’s pc build disaster 😂

  • microcenter: *makes pc building easier* pcpartpicker: am i a joke to you

  • How much did it cost

  • And for a beginner budget pc

  • Would this be good for vr

  • That is literally the case I was going to buy

  • brother iam a competative pubg mobile player plz suggest me a good head phone for cheap

  • Why’s he using a meg in a mid range system seems a bit overkill

  • this was my b day

  • For first time builders - NEVER BUY MSI MECH GPU's, HOT GARBAGE.

  • Hahaha. And that power supply is def not middle range. That ketchup and mustard mess is Low End. But you know, gotta sacrifice on other components when you do an Intel build.

  • I know there have a good PC boulder like uraverage consumer or linustechtip but pls just don't forget there have a better PC biulder like bitwit or techsource

  • we want the ultimate gaming paradise 3.0 version !!

  • Builds super cost-saving PC: "Let's just use the HDD as the RAM!"

  • why does he put the power supply in first i feel like the first thing to work on is the mother board

  • Nice editing

  • What monitors? Is he using

  • Cmon bro u built ur pc on the carpet

  • The racing chair is CLEEEEAAAAAAANnnnnnnNN

  • Thanks it's helpful

  • In France we have the « configomatic », waaaaay better

  • I think the rx 570 or 580 would be more midrange as well as the r5 3600. Its cheaper. The 3600 ships with a stock cooler as well

  • Did Jud really say 10 th gen I 5 and I thought you were trustworthy

  • PC part picker is better in almost every way , if your gonna build a pc, DON't USE MICROCENTRES PICKING SOFTWARE, pc part picker not only looks better but it gives you better prices

  • Uh oh I don't have that kind of money

  • there is nothing average bout avgconsumer

  • Shill Jud, Verge vibes.

  • Wanna know why he’s stuck with a powerspec psu? Because he is only able to buy off of microcentres store and with inflation there is no decent ones on there. Now if you went on PC Part Picker you’d be able to find a decently trusted PSU...

  • what if we do t have a micro center near our home? then what should i do

  • Where do you get the live wallpaper for the Pc it looks good.

  • This feels like a major AD. This is a no from me. People will come here not knowing what every part is or its function. you could have easily made a list in the beginning so people know what is required so they get a basis of what is needed for the bare minimum. {EX: CPU, Motherboard, Ram, Power Supply and Storage. is the bare minimum.} Also water cooling won't make your pc faster, it will help keep it cool but air coolers are no as good or better now especially for the price. I would recommend Linus Tech Tips for building a new pc. Im not an expert but I have learned enough from building my own system and watching online tutorials.

  • Why are you trying to do a 'step by step' without explaining why you chose any components over others? The PC was put together in the wrong order. NO help with wiring at all NO help with cable management at all Doesn't re record when the step by step guide makes a pc that DOESN'T BOOT Doesn't show us what he did to fix the pc doesn't mention that static build up on the body can FRY some of your components. Spends over half the video advertising one company when there are many sites to compare components Suggests using a site that picks parts for you eliminating any learning you may need to do to actually have any idea why you chose parts or how they work. Spends DOUBLE the price on a motherboard but says nothing more than 'its better'. WHY? Someone that didn't know how to build a PC before still cannot even if they build it alongside you. How frustrating that people will see your video and be mislead so easily just because you seem like a nice guy and have a large following. If its your third build ever maybe leave the step by steps to people that have built hundreds- day in day out.

  • What’s that lamp called ???

  • Jud: let's build this mid-range pc Me: Why u always lying

  • Wow they released PcPartPicker 2

  • You actually installed the ram sticks incorrectly

  • Hi

  • Step 1: live in America


  • Yo man if u dont use that pc I would really appreciate it because mine isn't good and I'm trying to start streaming if I can get this it would Kickstart my career. Please help

  • I can’t even afford a pc🤣🤣🤣

  • What speakers are those on the right in the beginning?

  • Wish I could also build a pc

  • Can you please make a cheap PC build

  • I built my PC using all things I bought from Microcenter haha it was a good time and actually very satisfying love it

  • I learned building a pc from the verge

  • for those of u who ACTUALLY want to learn how to build a proper PC watch: Paul's Hardware, JayzTwoCents, or Linus Tech Tips...this guy, from the name, is just an average consumer

  • 👀that processor does not deserve to be in such a dope motherboard 🤣

  • i dont think u should be teaching people how to build a pc if u arent an expert urself....

  • Micro center: here’s 200$ UAC: I will obey ur every command Btw I luv u uac

  • First time builder: looking for a build guide Also first time builder: uses this video from a guys who only ever bought pre builts

  • Stupid af question what piece/part do I look into for Bluetooth?

  • I mean that's all cool and all but I don't have the money for that 😂😂😂

  • Austin you're no longer needed

  • I actually drive by a Micro Center at least twice a week no joke

  • I feel bad for him, how did this man not know about PC Part Picker. 1000000x Times more options to choose from

  • You put the ram im the wrong slot 😂

  • This is one of the worst guides smh goes intel on budget pc and then buys the most expensive mother board my guy

  • Pc build guide kind of, doesn’t boot first time doesn’t show how he made it work so not really that usefull

  • What table top is on that desk ????

  • I’m sorry did he say RGB wasn’t necessary

  • i started theorycrafting a rig the other day with that same chassis but in white! so glad i got to see a sneak peek of it before buying it *drools*

  • 5:04 (TIME STAMP)

  • I know nothing about PC building!

  • MicroCenter is fantastic!!! Though I don't have to be in there all the time, when I do I know it'll be on point. A few decades ago I got my pc speakers from them (in Chicago). The Logitech Z-5500. Still using today. Recently I rebuilt my pc and upgraded the mobo, cpu, gpu and memory. I only wanted to get the cpu from MicroCenter and the rest from Amazon. When I got there, out of curiosity, I asked if they had the other hardware I was looking for (because when ya ready to build, you don't want to have to wait on other pieces). They did and they price match (as long as it was being sold by Amazon Store)!!! So basically I got EVERYTHING in one stop. I also got a few discounts and even 2 new games. All because I bundled so much. It was great! Didn't plan on getting everything at once but was so happy to leave with everything at once. I highly recommend them for computer needs. Staff is usually on point with knowledge and they really do make things easy. I ordered only the mobo online for pickup. Yet, they had everything else in stock. MC is top shelf in my book. MOBO: MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS CPU: AMD RYZEN 7 2700 GPU: nVidia GeForce GTX 1660 Memory: Corsair Vengence DDR 4 16GB 3200MHz (I already had a case and soundcard) Pretty simple build that was under 1k.

  • This guy sucks at building pcs. He messed up multiple things lol

  • What kind of gaming chair is that

  • 2.24 wow its a then gen

  • Ahhh so a rtx 2060 gpu is a for a "BUDGET" pc

  • Love your contant ❤️

  • Stop giving me ads

  • Go and check out the AER work collection backpacks

  • I would love to hear what you think about the pre-built gaming computers from Best Buy, as I do not have a micro center next to me. Keep up the good work.

  • my pc booted the very first time after I finished building... idk what he talkin about lol

  • Hey jud add me on codm SpaceX2006

  • Wish I had this I spent two years researching for a great budget pc😂😂

  • I've been building PCs since the 90's. And you know what. It has never been as easy as it is nowadays. It's filthy easy nowadays.

  • One of my friends is now employed in the US and he asked me if i wanted anything when he comes back to visit. So I'm now scouring your tech unboxing videos to find tech i cant get at cheap in my country

  • Do a review on the JBL Tune 220 TWS

  • power supply is not the first step in a PC build. Also closing the side panel before it posts is bad luck. And should a test post before putting everything in the case. Linus would be disappointed

  • His wallpaper?

  • pcpartpicker: ;/

  • 2020 bedroom tech we need a video

  • 8:40 those are literally differnet parts you chose in the system builder vs irl

  • how did you get your wallpaper like?

  • I like how he says 'mid range' and builds a pc worth $2000.

  • Closest microcenter is an hour away should I order online or something?

  • Hi am Indonesian

  • So we dont need Austin anymore

  • Pc part picker exists, but I live near two micro center’s

  • Fun fact: if you saw the ad for Lenovo you searched this up

  • no duel channel memory

  • Why is the M.2 a core component? they should have just put that in a storage section

  • Don’t forget ur anti static bracelet

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  • Don’t forget ur anti static bracelet

  • This video feels like an AD disguised as an easy guide, you missed alot of crucial points; for example the mounting bracket needed to be explained more, the Gpu place locker is an easy mistake people make, the cables are a nightmare that every single person makes mistakes on.This video was absolutely tasteless in terms of content and totally unexpected for your standard.