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    Posted: 09 May 2017 at 7:16pm
Entry level gaming PC as cheap as possible in scrapyard case :)

Pentium G4560 3.5GHz 2cores 4threads 61EU
Asrock H110M-DGS(R3.0) out of the box flashed with bios for KabyLake CPU 48EU
Crucial 8GB DDR4 2133MHz 52EU 
Kingston A400 240GB SSD 83EU 
ZOTAC GeForce GTX1050 Mini 2GB GDDR5 119EU
Corsair VS350 350W PSU (for cpu and gpu 300W +12V line) 37EU
Case from scrapyard :) 0EU
Total 400EU



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A wee bit too too scrappy on the PSU. The 1050 has a 320w PSU req, minimum. Expect the PSU to run warm keeping up.

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The PSU should be fine with those components. A 400 - 450w would have been better and allowed for some upgrading but the 350 is a known brand so at least can deliver it's rated 350w.

Very nice balanced gaming system, great stuff Thumbs Up 


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Well according to nvidia: system needs 300W  Recommendation is made based on PC configured with an Intel Core i7 3.2 GHz processor.
But actually it needs only max 160W on +12V line.
This is very similar system, just with 1050Ti https://youtu.be/dlv4hmvBbzU?t=1196
PSU cooler spins at a low rpm on full load, it means that PSU is used less than 70% of its power capacity (according to corsair).
So, no worries guys PSU is at it's sweet spot.


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Brilliantly balanced little gaming build, great stuff! I coincidentally came to this post while searching for game on apknite store.
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