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For a little more than $1200, this R5 1600X + GTX 1070-powered gaming PC is absolutely insane! It has more than enough power to completely blow your mind over and over again as you try your favorite games on it in either 1080p or 1440p! Keep in mind that the price above is for the core components only, you will still need an operating system, and any other peripherals you don’t currently have.

Corsair’s Carbide Spec-02 is my most recommended case for the simple reason that it works great and doesn’t cost a huge amount. It comes with 2 120mm fans (1 with red LED lighting) and enough space to add an extra 3 120-140mm fans of your choice. It’ll fit any mATX or ATX motherboard without an issue and any graphics card will fit inside no problem. That being said, there are lots of other cases that would work great for this build, so to make sure that your build is really your build, make sure you pick the case that you like best!

Intel’s new 8th generation CPUs are complete and utter beasts and the i5 8600 is absolutely no exception. This 6-core/6-thread processor has a boost clock speed of 4.3GHz across all 6 cores which results in a ton of gaming potential. The i5 8600 is a locked CPU meaning it cannot be overclocked, if you want to overclock you’ll need both an unlocked processor and a motherboard that’ll support it.

The Gigabyte B360M D3H is a great mATX sized, LGA 1151 socket, B360 chipset motherboard, for the price. It comes with everything you’ll need for the components in this build as well as the majority of any future upgrades. It gives you a plethora of USB options including multiple USB 3.1 ports, 6x SATA ports, an M.2 slot, and room for 4 sticks of RAM just to name a few things. This motherboard does not support CPU overclocking, to OC with an 8th generation Intel processor you will need a mobo running the X470 chipset.

The GTX 1070 is a complete and utter powerhouse when it comes to 1440p 60Hz or 1080p 144Hz gaming – and it can even take you into 4K if you don’t mind lowering some settings. Zotac’s GTX 1070 Mini, regardless of having “mini” in the name, is a great performer with solid cooling and it’s one of the best-priced options available right now.

16GB of 3000MHz DDR4 RAM is a great amount and speed for a gaming PC at this level. Corsair’s LPX lineup is really awesome which is probably why it has nearly 5-star reviews pretty much everywhere. That said, there are other options available that come with LED lighting and things like that if you’re looking for something a little different.

EVGA’s 550 B3 is a very good 80+ Bronze rated power supply with a semi-modular form factor and 5-year warranty. Being that this is a semi-modular power supply, it will make cable management not only easier but result in a cleaner finished product as well. If you’re concerned that 550W might not be enough for this build, I can guarantee you that it is – even a good quality 450W supply would be enough.

As far as storage goes, I picked you out a relatively standard HDD/SSD combo, and you’re going to have 1.24TB of space between the two drives, with the HDD holding 1TB and the SSD with 240GB. I would suggest installing your operating system to your SSD, as well as any games/programs you’re going to use a lot. Everything else can go on your HDD. Storage can be expanded well beyond the default amount, so feel free to add larger or more drives as you deem necessary.

When it comes to actually picking a WiFi adapter, it’s a little more complicated than simply picking the cheapest option and plugging it in. Sure, you could do that, but it wouldn’t deliver a great experience in most cases, especially not when you might be able to spend just $10 more to get significantly better speeds.

First, you should determine whether or not your router runs on the “N” or “AC” standard. N is older and only offers support for the 2.4GHz band (not great for gaming) where AC supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Ideally, 5GHz is the band you want to be using for any kind of online gaming as it offers the best performance, but N will work if it’s all you have.

Next comes time to actually pick your adapter, it should be the same standard as your router. This is because you don’t need (and won’t get better performance) if you’re using an AC adapter with an N router. But, if you have an AC router, you don’t want to miss out on taking advantage of the 5GHz band by cheaping out on an N adapter.