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Hello everyone, this is the second post of 2020. Also, the first one in Feb (wrote in Feb but published in March). So, I officially lagging behind my 2020 target. But, I have some reasonable excuses and other projects in the pipeline to blame. However, today we will be talking about a very interesting company called 'Neuralink'. It's currently working on the brain-machine interface. I know it's a topic that can make you overwhelmed pretty quickly. But, bare with me and we will together try to grasp those concepts. What is Neuralink? So, what the heck is Neuralink? It's a company founded by Elon Musk and is currently working on brain-machine interface research. The long term intention for Nueralink is to help us achieve symbiosis with AI. And, to provide us with a way to get along in this super fast-changing world. More on that later. Before you raise your eyebrows and start imagining a dystopian future, some real-world scenarios can be achieved shortly. In simple t…

$800 Nxt Gen gaming pc build :-

Hi there, I am back with another gaming pc build. And this time on a budget of $800. Obviously, this one would be better than earlier one but if you are on a budget of $500 then make sure to check out my $500 gaming pc build. And it will get you going.Now, without wasting any time, let's jump right into it.

1.Case:-
For case, I recommend Corsair carbide series -Alpha mid-tower case. It fits in the budget and manages to look super cool at the same time.It also have a amazing build quality, and you can trust Corsair for it's build quality for sure.I personally like it, especially for it's aesthetics using red color.

Highlights:-

1. Room for up to four SSDs.
2. Features native USB 3.0 support.
3. A three speed fan controller for three included 120mm fans.
4. Direct Airflow Path for better cooling
5. Bold and modern look.
6. Putting parts-in is easy.
You can get more information about it here.




2.Motherboard:-


There a lot of good stuff available in this section. There were some nice options with Gigabyte, but we are going with Asus. To be specific, it's  Asus LGA 1151 M.2  H110 micro ATX. There are two reasons for it. I prefer Asus over other brands because of my personal experience and it's more compatible with the rest of the parts.

I also used this one for the $500 budget gaming pc build.Because this is the one of the best available now.

Highlights:-
1. Onboard M.2 socket 3 for 2242/2260/2280 SSDs
2. Advanced hardware safeguards for all around protection.
3. Compatible with DDR4 memory.
4. Advanced fan controls for cooling and silent performance.


3. GPU:-


I personally prefer this one, as I am using this one too.It's by Asus, which is my favorite hardware brand because of it's value and performance.We are going with the OC version of Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB).

The OC version features Aura sync RGB  and  provides great performance for 4K and VR. It's 30 % cooler and three times quieter.

Highlights:-

1. 1873 MHz boost clock in OC mode.
2. Aura sync RGB lighting (for personliazed gaming style).
3. VR friendly HDMI ports.



And there is lot more about this card's gaming capabilities. It also helps you a lot for power hungry programs, if you want to use it as your workstation. To know more about Asus ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1060 (6 GB) OC version click here.

4.Processor:-


Intel Core i5-7500 (3.8 GHz, 6M ), It's latest generation of Intel chipset called "Kabylake". It features Speedshift Technology, which makes the system little bit more snappy and also Kabylake chipsets are very power efficient.So, by using this processor, you are future-proofed. And it gives you all the power not only for gaming but also increases you productivity if you are a content creator, game developer or anything       which requires CPU performance alongside GPU. Click here for more information.

5.Storage:-




For other parts, you can see there is almost no compromise for eg:- GPU, CPU,RAM. They are one of the best available in market.But for storage, you have to use HDD except SSD. However, HDD won't spoil your gaming, there will be no lag but SSD will be definitely better as they are faster. But on budget, at this price you can only get 128 GB which is not enough for yours games.Although, I am sure that you will be fine with 1 GB HDD and If you ask me, go for Seagate.







6.Power Supply:-


The Corsair CX450M will be the best option with the hardware we are using.It's compatible and reliable.

Highlights:-

1. Corsair's engineering and quality control.
2. Modular cabling system.
3. Large-diameter, thermally controlled fans.

For more click here.


7.RAM:-





We are going with Crucial ballistix sport 8 GB DDR4.You can upgrade it when you need it, however i think you will be fine with 8 GB and also it is faster DDR4 memory. So, you don't have to worry




A short recap:-


We used the same storage and same amount of ram, which we used in $500 budget gaming pc. This pc build is a upgrade to it in terms of case, graphic card and processor.And yes, it consists of latest generation on CPU and GPU and also looks awesome.This system will future-proof you relatively better.And it will also shows you increased performance in VR gaming and let you play lots of the games at high settings on 1440p .It will also handle CPU based games with higher frame rates.Not a very very big difference visually but definitely a worthy upgrade.But if you are on a budget of $500 and want to play games on 1080p with a great gaming experience then make sure to check out my $500 gaming pc build.

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