I am not sure, this is why I posted.
I see many positive reports on the net and Youtube.
Also the Trustpilot reviews are good - so I just wonder...
And on Youtybe
There is a lot going on Youtube about buying cheap Windows licence key or Microsoft Office from sites like Kinguin or URcdkeys. The prices are dirt cheap, sometimes 1/10 of Microsoft prices.
Is it legal or scam?
What would you do?
I am just about to have the last component for my build - and I have a question:
My original plan was to have 2 SSD's -
Samsung 970 EVO Plus M.2 NVMe 500GB SSD (main drive)
Samsung 860 Evo Basic Internal SSD 500GB. (secondary drive)
After doing some reading I prefer having one 1 TB SSD instead...
Just a short update and refresh.
I have posted my original post about building my first EVER PC, and decided it would be a SFF based on Asrock A300.
Here are the components I have decided to use and already bought them:
ASRock A300 barebone PC
Noctua NH L9a CPU cooler
HyperX Impact DDR4 SO...
My "getting old" PC with Windows 7 randomly freezes! I have tried to look online for a solution, but no luck yet.
Can anybody recommend a solution that really work?
BTW, collecting components for my first building PC based on ASRock A300 but still need the old one to work...)))
A small question/advise about SSD.
My original intention was to use M.2 NVMe 500GB (Samsung 970 EVO) as a main drive SSD and a scond 2.5 SATA SSD (500GB) as a secondary one.
I can see that there are no big differences in prices between 2.5 SSD and M.2 NVMe SSD - like for example the Samsung 860...
Thanks ALL for FANTASTIC and VERY FAST replies! There are few forums where things are so fast and full of knowledge! This is highly appreciated!
I will almost sure go on the ASRock A300 - in the following configuration:
ASRock A300 barebone
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G
HyperX Impact DDR4 SO DIMM 2666Mhz...
The advise I got here, to move from my original plan to much smaller PC is great! The more I think about it, the more I explore, the more I like this idea of having a SFF PC that does just the big ones are doing...
Just as a reminder I am completely new to building PC's and I learn my way via...
Many thanks for replies. You have opened my eyes!
I will go the ASRock A300 way!
I bought last week RAM (Corsair Vengeance LPX - DDR4 - 16 GB: 2 x 8 GB - DIMM 288-PIN - 3000 MHz / PC4-24000 - CL15 ) for my initial plan.
I already have the Samsung 970 EVO Plus SSD M.2...