A GTX 1070 in a 13 Year Old PC? Can it be done? Even if it could, should you blow your money on a 1070 for an old PC or go with a new budget build? Hmmm.
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I have an i3 2100 a GTX 750Ti and 4GB ram soon I'm getting another 4 ram I'm also going to be upgrading to a i7 7700k and 1060 6gb it's just my current motherboard doesnt support all that intact it can only support up to an i5 2400
This video has so many dislikes (and mine amongst them) because it is technically possible, to combine modern VGA with high-end PC from that era. It would be nice to see freakish P4-3800 with GTX 1070. Next part of the video shows setup with Q6600 (which can be swapped to bit faster Q6700) and is not interesting at all, because it will run every game until 2015 with 8GB of RAM, SSD drive and reasonable settings.
Now, if I'm not mistaken, this is a socket 775 machine (being that it's 2004 and has a PCI-E slot on the board) which would mean it uses DDR2 and has support for the Core2Quad chips from later on in it's life, this would mean that while THAT particular CPU could not handle modern games, a newer one could possibly.
It might be quite interesting to see how much of a bottleneck a Core2Quad would be to a GTX 1070.
"Can You Put a GTX 1070 In a 13 Year Old PC?"..... noppers, but, what you can do is turn that DD2400 system into a WIN98 retro gaming PC like it did recently, but with a DD3000(same case). Intel s370 motherboard, P!!! 1.0Ghz/133fsb coppermine cpu, 2x256mb pc133 memory, GF3 64mb agp4x video card, soundblaster pci128 sound card, 20gb hard drive, dvdrom optical drive and a 3.5'' floppy drive. Good Times
or get a pc with a 1080 ti core i7 7700k water cooling https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-Tempered-Vertical-Computer-CA-1H1-00F1WN-00/dp/B01N1GP2GZ/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1530354981&sr=8-2-spons&keywords=gaming&psc=1here
That thing doesn't even have an agp8x slot o.o i think that's due to being a Dimension 2400. I have the dimension 4600 and it's running a premium 4 ht at 3ghz single core, it can be built to handle up to 07 games using an ati Radeon but the agp 8x is a very limiting slot as is the processor limit being 3.4ghz at 1meg cache for $20 or 2meg cache at $120.. When i built up a equivalent computer take a guess which i bought.. The $20 processor Ofcourse don't be stupid lol i feel like the 2megs cache for 6x the price was a majorly diminishing return. And in performance.. Well it can browse eBay solid... It plays games a little bit better than my 2013Toshiba satellite which isn't saying much.. So yeah.. YouTube videos lag frames bad, it does however handle 720hd video in hardware acceleration but other than that.. It's a strongcomputer surprisingly but it's maxed out and it has limits you will quite often struggle with.. I should had built up an 07model and possibly paid a little less and probably would had gotten a lot more out of it but you get the picture.. Plus side though i replaced all fans except the 256mb video card with silent fans so it is really quiet but I'd say it really is kinda between a $150 laptop at media and a $700 desktop at raw processing power whichreally kinda splits the price to like the around $300 i put into it and i really recommend going for a newer computer to build up but not all computers are built equally so remember that.
Why don't you build PCs for customers and film yourself doing it. That way you don't have to buy the parts yourself, the customer buys the parts and you just do the building to the camera, keeping the customer details confidential, of course.
Homies. If you're looking to build a decent budget PC on the cheap. I highly recommend getting a Dell Optiplex 790 MT and upgrading the components. I recently made a build where I equipped my 790 with a gtx 970 along with a new PSU, 8gb and 250gb SSD and the thing freaking screams. I can play pretty much everything at 1080p 60fps and I only spent $350 total!! Granted I did find some great deals online but it's definitely attainable at that price. There's also many videos on YouTube showing off this exact thing so if you're looking for help look no further. Also make sure if you do decide to do something like this you steer clear of the small form factor PC's because they a very tight and will most likely not be compatible with your GPU.
Im getting a 1060 6gb soon and i have a pc that has an i5 2400. But im also gonna get the rest of the parts for a new pc in a few months. Will the 1060 with an i5 2400 be able to hold me over for like 4 or 5 months?
Nah fam, the title says "Can You Put a GTX 1070 In a 13 Year Old PC?" It's either yes or no, it's no. I directly answered the question in the title. Stop misusing the term because you had a predetermined outcome before watching the video.
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