PC for my Son

Wardriver

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Hersteller ProzessorIntel®
Serie ProzessorCore i7
Nummer Prozessor8700
Bauart ProzessorHexa-Core
Anzahl Prozessorkerne6
Taktfrequenz Prozessor3,2 GHz
Taktfrequenz Prozessor maximal4,6 GHz
Speicher
Typ ArbeitsspeicherDDR4-RAM
Speicherkapazität Arbeitsspeicher (RAM)16 GB
Typ FestplatteHDD
SSD
Anzahl installierter Festplatten2
Anschluss FestplatteSATA
Drehzahl Festplatte7200
Speicherkapazität Festplatte gesamt1128 GB
Speicherkapazität Festplatte HDD1000 GB
Speicherkapazität Festplatte SSD128 GB
Typ CloudspeicherDropbox
Grafikkarte
Hersteller GrafikkarteNvidia
Modell GrafikkarteGTX 1060
Art Grafikkarteinterne diskrete Grafikkarte
Speicherkapazität Grafikkarte6 GB
Farbe
Farbeschwarz
Anschlüsse
Typ AnschlussKlinke
Mikrofon
LAN
USB
Display-Port
DVI
HDMI
Typ USB-AnschlussUSB-C
Standard-USB
Unterstützte USB-Version3.1
Anzahl USB-Anschlüsse9
Anzahl USB-2.0-Anschlüsse2
Anzahl USB-3.0-Anschlüsse4
Anzahl USB-3.1-(Typ C)-Anschlüsse1
Typ HDMI-AnschlussStandard-HDMI (Type A)
Anzahl HDMI-Anschlüsse1
Typ LAN-AnschlussGigabit Ethernet
Anzahl Audio-Eingänge 3,5 mm Klinke1
Anzahl Audio-Ausgänge 3,5 mm Klinke1
Typ Display-PortDisplay-Port

999,00 HP
Hersteller ProzessorIntel
Serie ProzessorCore i5
Nummer Prozessor9400F
Bauart ProzessorHexa-Core
Generation Prozessor9
Anzahl Prozessorkerne6
Taktfrequenz Prozessor2,9 GHz
Taktfrequenz Prozessor maximal4,1 GHz
Speicher
Typ ArbeitsspeicherDDR4
Speicherkapazität Arbeitsspeicher (RAM)16 GB
Taktfrequenz Arbeitsspeicher2666 GHz
Typ FestplatteHDD
SSD
Anzahl installierter Festplatten2
Anschluss FestplatteSATA
Drehzahl Festplatte7200 U/min
Speicherkapazität Festplatte gesamt1512 GB
Speicherkapazität Festplatte HDD1000 GB
Speicherkapazität Festplatte SSD512 GB
Typ CloudspeicherDropbox
Grafikkarte
Hersteller GrafikkarteNvidia
Typ GrafikkartenspeicherGDDR6
Modell GrafikkarteGTX 1660 Ti
Art Grafikkarteinterne diskrete Grafikkarte
Speicherkapazität Grafikkarte6 GB
Farbe
Farbeschwarz
Herstellerfarbbezeichnungschwarz
Anschlüsse
Typ AnschlussUSB
DVI
HDMI
Kopfhörer/Mikrofon kombiniert
Typ USB-AnschlussUSB-C
USB-A
Unterstützte USB-Version3.1
Anzahl USB-Anschlüsse8
Anzahl USB-3.1-(Typ C)-Anschlüsse1
Typ HDMI-AnschlussStandard-HDMI (Type A)
Anzahl HDMI-Anschlüsse1
Typ LAN-AnschlussGigabit Ethernet
Anzahl Audio-Ausgänge 3,5 mm Klinke1
Typ Display-PortDisplay-Port


999,00 Omen
Hersteller ProzessorIntel
Serie ProzessorCore i5
Nummer Prozessor9400F
Bauart ProzessorHexa-Core
Generation Prozessor9
Anzahl Prozessorkerne6
Taktfrequenz Prozessor2,9 GHz
Taktfrequenz Prozessor maximal4,1 GHz
Speicher
Typ ArbeitsspeicherDDR4
Speicherkapazität Arbeitsspeicher (RAM)16 GB
Taktfrequenz Arbeitsspeicher2666 GHz
Typ FestplatteHDD
SSD
Anzahl installierter Festplatten2
Anschluss FestplatteSATA
Drehzahl Festplatte7200 U/min
Speicherkapazität Festplatte gesamt1240GB
Speicherkapazität Festplatte HDD1000 GB
Speicherkapazität Festplatte SSD240 GB
Typ CloudspeicherDropbox
Grafikkarte
Hersteller GrafikkarteNvidia
Typ GrafikkartenspeicherGDDR6
Modell GrafikkarteGTX 1660 Ti
Art Grafikkarteinterne diskrete Grafikkarte
Speicherkapazität Grafikkarte6 GB
Farbe
FarbeMilitary
HerstellerfarbbezeichnungMilitary
Anschlüsse
Typ AnschlussUSB
DVI
HDMI
Kopfhörer/Mikrofon kombiniert
Typ USB-AnschlussUSB-C
USB-A
Unterstützte USB-Version3.1
Anzahl USB-Anschlüsse4
Anzahl USB-3.1-(Typ C)-Anschlüsse2
Typ HDMI-AnschlussStandard-HDMI (Type A)
Anzahl HDMI-Anschlüsse1
Typ LAN-AnschlussGigabit Ethernet
Anzahl Audio-Ausgänge 3,5 mm Klinke1
Typ Display-PortDisplay-Port

€ 931,58 Hyrican

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samoz83

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I've only taken a second to look and work out what it says :LOL:

But I'd go middle due to having a 1660 which I would think would be more beneficial in gaming than an i7 (same cores, double threads and slightly faster) with a 1060. If I'm reading right it's got a larger SSD that the 3rd one as well?
 

We4re0ne

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Something you might want to check out:


The problem with ready to use computers is that you always pay a lot on top. The intel i7 8700 may be better than the i5 9400F. But better check some benchmarks.
Where do you have the data tables from? Is Windows 10, mouse, keyboard and screen part of the price?

If you want or can build it on your own, take a look at this setup. Made by the person who did my setup too. Depends on your budget and knowledge:
Edit: Forgot a SSD in there. I personally have 1 TB SSD. Choose whatever fits your budget/need.

However no guarantee for anything from my side.

Also depends on what your son plays. Games like BF4 and even BF5 are working with a NVIDIA 1060 (BF5 only full hd and average graphics). But with newer games like the new COD, BF5 and so on the specs are going high.
 
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hätte noch den im Angebot

  • CPU: AMD® Ryzen 5 2600 (6 x 3.40 GHz)
  • Prozessorkühler: Alpenföhn Silent SI
  • RAM: 2X 16GB DDR4 SDRAM 2400MHz
  • Gehäuse: 8831B schwarz
  • 1.Festplatte: 120.0 GB SSD
  • 2.Festplatte: 3,5" 1000 GB SATA III
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 6 GB GDDR5
  • Mainboard: MSI A320M-A Pro Max
  • Sound: Realtek® ALC892 Audio Codec
  • Netzwerk: Mini USB WiFi-Adapter (WNP-UA-005)
  • Netzteil: 600W Be Quiet SYSTEM POWER B9
  • Laufwerk: DVD-RW ASUS DRW-24D5MT
  • Betriebssystem: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64Bit
  • Software: Bullguard Internet Security 1 Jahr 3 PCs
 

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The problem with buying a ready made computer is you are paying for a package of what they decide to put in it and not what you want in it. If you can build your own or get someone to do it for you, then you can just spend on the bits that you really need/want. Set a budget and then try to get the best it will buy concentrating on the important parts.
I agree with Laka on the CPU, I have been using a AMD FX8350 8 core 4ghz for years and its never let me down. Make a list of what you want and then price it, bear in mind it will be out of date in 6 months :giggle: but try to future proof it as much as possible to the given budget.
There are loads of peeps on here that can help you put it together.
 

We4re0ne

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Den letzten mit AMD oder den ersten mit dem i7 8700 würde ich persönlich eher nehmen, wenn es ein fertiger sein muss.
Kannst auch hier nochmal schauen (allerdings ohne Windows und Laufwerk, aber das gibt es ja beides relativ günstig)

Bei hardwaredealz.com sind auch einige dabei, die ganz in Ordnung sind.

Bei fertigen PCs gibt es halt auch nur ganz in Ordnung und nicht mega geil für das Geld.

Bei Intel sind sogar gleich noch Sicherheitslücken im Preis enthalten ;)
 
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I have been running an i5 for a few years now. The only real advantage is if you are using real multi-threaded apps that can use the cores efficiently like photoshop or premier. For gaming the money is probably better spent on graphics card or SSDs.
 

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This pc eventually became it

PC-Gehäuse Captiva Gaming 8860 weiss -
Netzteil Xilence Performance A+ XP430 -
AMD Ryzen 5 2600 - 3,90 Ghz HexaCore
Cooler Xilence Performance C A250
MSI A320M PRO-M2 V2 -
16384MB DDR4 (2 x 8GB) -
VGA RTX 2060 Super 8GB GDDR5 -
DVD-RW -
SSD 480GB -
HDD 1TB -
Keyboard & Mouse LC Power - Pick-Up-Service 24 Monate - PC Handbuch
 
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I found the receipt for my first PC the other day - wife shredded it before I could get a photo of it. The spec it had makes the above PC look like a CRAY 1 compared to it. Wouldn’t surprise me if a current Raspberry Pi would have a similar performance. 250mb HDD and RAM was 4kb. And the box was beige.
 

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I found the receipt for my first PC the other day - wife shredded it before I could get a photo of it. The spec it had makes the above PC look like a CRAY 1 compared to it. Wouldn’t surprise me if a current Raspberry Pi would have a similar performance. 250mb HDD and RAM was 4kb. And the box was beige.
..and i bet you had paid in "Reichsmark" :D :D
 
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My very first computer complete cost £1200.00 Xmas 2000, a lot even by todays prices.
It had a just released Pentium 4 400Mhz (the new kiddie on the block of that time), a CRT touch screen (unheard of back then) so my autistic son could maybe use it. Cant remember the ram or HDD size but do remember IBM had just released an 840Mhz HDD and that alone had a tag of £1200, I remember thinking 840Mhz the size of that WTF would you put in it ? :D.
Win 98 and an LS 1200 floppy drive, it was a Rolls Royce of its day. Soon after they released the Pentium 4 450Mhz and then the 500Mhz and then my computer was out of date just a few months after I bought it. :ROFLMAO:(n)
 

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Saw today a 1tB SSD for £84 - amazing advances and price drops.

About '79 we used to play Flight Simulator on an IBM PC. I you squinted and used you imagination it looked real! :ROFLMAO: Wasn't even as good as the pic below.

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