RIP Atomic Punk
- Jan 21, 2010
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I will always recommend building your own for economic reasons, and the ergonomics of building have advanced tremendously even within the last five years. But if you're going to buy a prebuilt, at least buy bespoke. The prebuilts in stores are absolute shit. A service like the one NZXT offers will at least get you a very good (and very tricked out) computer. Nvidia's new line of GPUs is promising a massive increase in performance per dollar, and AMD is due to unveil their new CPUs and GPUs next month. By Christmas, a new computer will be incredibly powerful for a quite reasonable price.
I was checking out these ones:
The MILLENNIUM breaks the monotony of case engineering. No longer settle on a single form factor. The MILLENNIUM is the first desktop case capable of transforming from a mid tower to full tower with four different motherboard mounting configurations.
Step up your game with a CORSAIR VENGEANCE i7200 Series Gaming PC, built with a full range of award-winning CORSAIR components, and powered by a 10th Gen Intel® Core™ processor and NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 3000-Series graphics. Compatible with CORSAIR iCUE
but I'm just kicking tires, I want a ps5 and other things first, I probably wouldn't get a new PC until next year, and by then things/specs/prices will change.
Fun to window shop though. (and I will bookmark your link)