Videos[Video] How BAD is a BestBuy Gaming PC? 30th March 2020 - by Jarvis - 38 Comments. Linus Tech Tips makes entertaining videos about technology, including tech reviews, showcases and other content. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)
38 Comments on “[Video] How BAD is a BestBuy Gaming PC?”
Yeah, more Janice!
Unlimited budget gaming PC really!? Any eta on that? I am kind of saving for something like that right now. as in getting a 3970X over a 3990 because people told it is better for gaming then the more pricey one.
1000 dollars for a 1660🤡 i can get a 2070 system and 16gb of ram for thar much
Building your own pc its everytime way better and cheaper but i guess not everyone its in love with tech like us and know to buy the best and and build it so yeah
U didnt even say the price of the ryzen build…
U can find a decent laptop for about thst cost
Depends on a lot of facters
cool give me the EVGA RTX2060KO please ♥
How do we make a build better 2020 edition?
Are there real humans out there that pay 130 moneys for Win10?
A Win10Pro Key is about $4
How bad is a Best Buy gaming PC? Mine wasn't bad for $600 XD
Janice would get it
Fuck best buy
I got new MSI GF65 gaming notebook with GTX 1660 Ti equipped for $950. How's your Gaming PC even "Gaming" without video card?
Especially with deals like Black Friday it's not always a bad idea to get a pre-built pc. I built my first PC, but for my second one I decided to be lazy and get one pre-built. Honestly, I'm really happy considering I paid just as much as it would cost for all the components separately. Came with a RTX2080 too.
I wouldn't really call this a BestBuy PC… They didn't make it…
Janice (re)joins the battle!
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Dude you're getting a Dell.
Why not an imaginary little sister?
oh those are "T" shirts alright
I'm not saying your other videos are bad but this one is particularly well made and informative. Budget and smart choices always excite us more. Do more of these!
i5 9400 8GB 2666 (One Stick) GTX 1660 for 1000$ folks. Thats what dumb needs to pay.
Riley, have you considered a career as a supervillain? Your laugh…
3:15 quite depressing io for the price.
Bought my pre-built back in 2018.. from Walmart, for $900 (Canadian)
Came with a i5-7400, GTX 1050, 1TB HDD, 16GB RAM, 300W PSU.
Have since upgraded from the 1050 to a 1660 Super AMP edition, the power supply from the 300W to a EVGA 500W, an threw in a Samsung 860 EVO 500GB SSD.
Next I want to get a new case with better air flow (more fan spaces) also wouldn't mind eventually upgrading the CPU with a new motherboard, and getting dual channel 16GB RAM.
(So basically building an entire new PC)
3:25 It doesn't have integrated graphics …. Linus come on
Jesus this PC is a huge POS. I spent half and my system will slap up this PC lmfaoo
It'd be nice to know the final purchase price (with shipping) of the tuned built-PC. Of course the it's close to the dell and those are good gains, but budgets still matter.
How much was the DIY AMD PC build's price? Doesn't seem like there's a price breakdown anywhere
My first gaming computer was bought for 400 dollars at Best Buy. I don't remember the specs. I unboxed it, plugged everything in, and it didn't boot. I took it back, got the same computer instead of a refund thinking it was just a dud. The replacement didn't even POST. I got a refund and bought a used computer off Craigslist for 450. Worked like a charm and I have given it numerous upgrades in the four years since then.
Just a heads up… this video is bogus AF… I purchased a cyberPower PC assembled from consumer grade "name brand" upgradable aftermarket parts from Best Buy in store for just under $1,000 and it came with a Gigabyte AX370 MoBo, RX 580 4GB GPU, RYZEN 5 2600 6CORE CPU with a decent heatsink*, 8GB XPG 3200 RAM, 750W PSU, 250GB SATA3 SSD, 1TB DATA DRIVE, and a very nice case , keyboard, mouse, mousepad *as well as a gift by mail 12"x10" gaming pad as a bonus two weeks later and a respectable warranty to boot… so I think the shopper didnt even look at the stuff around her within that price range to compare after the recommended PC… I have no problem finding a decent "upgradable" PC in multiple Best Buy's I've been in within the last year for less than $1,000… I've since then put additional $$ into it with a RAM kit, and an NVMe drive a few months later… that model Dell was most likely sitting right next to my PC on the shelf… LAME
2:32 aka an optiplex with a tilted grill.
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