RE: Buying 32" LED TV & Wall Mounting.
Well IF i had a lot of extra disposable cash, ample floor area & complete freedom in the house like some people,
I'll not think twice to do it. It's not a bad idea per se. Why not.
But in the current set-up of the PC's location it's not feasible.
Masikip, House Rules, OC People, Nasa major road yung bahay namin (mainit), etc.
The PC is in the Living room (the well ventilated area) on one corner, we have his wall mounted 42"LED TV which is on the other side of a wall. I want to jack it up. Pero magpapagapang pa yata ako ng mahabang HDMI cable.
It's an "everybody's PC" thing. My bedroom isn't blessed with proper natural ventilation.
Unlike most people i know their own PC is in their bedrooms complete with aircon pa.
I might consider looking for 20 to 21" though.
Anyway, here's my "Rig List":
- Intel Core i7 7700 3.6-4.2 Quad Core (Kaby Lake)
- MSI B250 Mortar
- MSI GTX 1050 Ti 4GB DDR5 Gaming X (Twin Frozr)
- G.Skill Ripjaws V Dual 16GB DDR4 2400Mhz (2x8GB)
- Seagate Barracuda 1TB 7200rpm 6Gb/s
- Samsung 850 Evo 250GB (or 120GB to make cheaper)
- Corsair CX750 750W 80Plus Bronze Power Supply
- Samsung LS20D300 19.5″ (or any 18.5-20" Full HD / HDMI socket)
- any Micro ATX/Mid-Tower Casing (under 2,000Php)
I checked some stores (4 of them) with their price lists (some of them don't have the exact parts though).
Out of 4 stores, DynaQuestPC (near Robinson's Galleria) is the cheaper among the rest (PC Gilmore, PC Express, CompLink). I could buy some cheap priced equivalent components from other stores and let Dyna (most components will be from them) build it for me.
I'm considering another option though.
Instead of Intel i7 7700, I could consider i5 7600.
But the PassMark Benchmark Points required on CPU by the Lumion 3D Software is still lingering my head.
i5 or i7?
May question pa ako about PSU.
Aside from Corsair, What are your feedbacks about CoolMaster Thunder 700W and Aerocool Rave 800W? Those a bit cheaper compared to Corsair.