What’s goin on guys Jerry Neutron here and I’m back with another video! And today I’m excited because I get to show you guys something that I just got in for review from ASUS, this is the Strix GTX 1070!
What’s goin on guys, Jerry Neutron here back with a brand new video. Recently I got some stuff in from Lenovo, they sent me their new headset, which we’re not gonna take a look at today and also their new optical gaming mouse.
What’s goin on guys, Jerry Neutron here and today we’re gonna be taking a look at a NEW flagship mouse from SteelSeries, this is the Rival 700. At a $99 MSRP this mouse is expensive but is it worth it for what you get?
What’s goin on guys, Jerry Neutron here back again and today we’re goin a little bit old school with the video style. It’s been a while since I’ve released a top 5 gaming CPU video and being that we’ve had a few product launches go by including Skylake, Broadwell-E and Kaveri Refresh since then, I figured it was about time to make an updated video. So based on overall value, performance and availability these are the top 5 CPUs you should consider if you’re building a gaming PC today!
Starting on the budget end we have the AMD Athlon X4 860K and this is a quad-core, overclockable CPU for only $80 bucks! It was actually on my previous list and the reason it’s still here is there hasn’t been anything to knock it off. AMD released Kaveri refresh versions with the 870K and 880K but the performance differences in relation to the price still make the 860K the better value. Now this CPU may suffer in CPU intensive games like GTA 5 but if you match it with the appropriate graphics card you’ll have a positive experience more often than not.
This next CPU is a step up from the previous but still on the budget end and honestly probably what I would choose if putting together a budget system today. This is the Intel Core i3-6100. This is a dual-core chip with hyperthreading so it’s got two cores, 4 threads and despite not being a true quad-core still beats the 860K in pretty much every way. It’s strong single-core performance is what allows it to get by as a gaming option and even though it can’t be overclocked, at least not via a multiplier, it’s still a capable performer. You also get the advantage of moving to a newer platform with the most current chipset features and an upgrade path should you decide to re-purpose your system.
Coming in at #3, I’ve got somethin for those workstation/gaming, multi-purpose builds, this is the Intel Xeon E3-1230 v5. To run this CPU you need a motherboard on the C232 or C236 chipset but thanks to a few manufacturers there are some gaming grade motherboards on this platform. Now the E3-1230 v5 is a quad-core, 8 thread CPU, essentially the server grade equivalent of an i7 but with a slightly lower clock speed & TDP, locked multiplier and ECC memory support. Now why is a Xeon part on a gaming list? Well, because like previous generations, you get i7-like performance for about $40 bucks less than even the base model i7-6700 which makes the Xeon a great value CPU.
At #2 we’re moving back to the desktop side of things with the Intel Core i5-6500. This may be arguably the best bang for the buck choice on this list as $200 bucks gets you a quad core CPU capable of handling any game or GPU out there. This CPU is a good alternative for those that normally would build a system around the 6600K but maybe have no desire to overclock or want to save a few bucks on the motherboard side. So if you’re lookin to build a system around $800 to $1000ish price range, this would be my recommendation.
And at #1, we have the Intel Core i5-6600K. This is the de facto standard for gaming builds, it’s got a 3.5GHz, quad-core processor with strong single & multi-core performance. It’s overclockable, it’s got a good price to performance ratio and really, buying any higher end Intel model yields diminishing returns in the performance department. So if you’re an enthusiast, looking to put together a gaming PC this is pretty much the default choice on the CPU end. But of course if you’re an enthusiast you probably already knew this anyway! So yeah, great price to performance, overclockable and a great platform to build on.
So those are my top 5 CPU choices for a gaming PC! If your top 5 differs from mine post YOUR top 5 down in the comments below. Be sure to leave a like on this video if you enjoyed this type of content, subscribe if you haven’t already and until next time…see ya!
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What’s goin on guys Jerry Neutron here back with another video. Today we’re taking a look at a mid-tower case from be quiet!, this is the Silent Base 600. Now I know this case was released a while back but I just got one in from be quiet! about a month or so ago and since I had positive results with the Silent Base 800, the full tower version, I figured I’d take a look at this one as well. So let’s go ahead and get into the review…
What’s goin on guys, Jerry Neutron here back with a brand new video and it seems like these days pretty much every company is getting into the peripheral market and as of late, Lenovo is no different. They’ve actually recently released a brand new mechanical keyboard and a mouse, which was actually sent out to me for review. So today we’re going to take a look at both of those items, see how they measure up to other players in the game and whether they are worth the purchase or not so yeah, let’s go ahead and get into the review!
What’s goin on guys, Jerry Neutron here back with a brand new video. Today on the review table we’ve got this keyboard here from HAVIT, it is an RGB mechanical keyboard. Right now it’s going for only $70 bucks on Amazon so we’re gonna check it out, see if it’s worth the price, see if you should pick it up or save your pennies and buy something else.
Let’s go ahead and get into the review right now!
What’s goin on guys, Jerry Neutron here, back at it again with another video. Today we’re taking a look at the BitFenix Pandora ATX case. Now if you recall about a month ago I did a build in this case but I never really went over what I thought about it. So this, is the review.