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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin, and welcome to

  • the Boson 4.0

  • So, for $400, not only are you getting a system

  • that's going to be easy to build,

  • especially if this is your first time

  • building a gaming PC,

  • we're also getting a lot of power.

  • So to start with, we have the Thermaltake Versa H15 case.

  • So this is going to be micro-ATX, which means

  • that we have plenty of room for

  • all of our components plus a little bit of

  • upgrading in the future.

  • But more importantly than that,

  • it's going to be easy to work in.

  • So, if I pop it open here,

  • you can see that I'm looking at the wrong side.

  • But in theory it's easy to work on

  • if I come at it from this way.

  • So around back, there's a 120mm exhaust fan,

  • and up front there's a USB 2 port,

  • as well as a USB 3.

  • So while this might not be the most fancy case in the world,

  • it does have some cool features,

  • including a removable dust filter for

  • your power supply, for when you put this

  • on carpet and it gets all gross and dusty.

  • For power, we have the 430 watt EVGA supply.

  • Now, especially when it comes to budget builds,

  • you do need to be careful

  • what kind of power supply you're getting.

  • So, while sure, there are cheaper options than this,

  • this is kind of the heart of the build.

  • You do not want to put a very cheap

  • supply in your build and have it explode.

  • Maybe not explode, but seriously,

  • you do want to at least get something decent.

  • And with 430 watts of capacity,

  • this should be more than enough for the build as is.

  • So once we get the power supply slid in here,

  • you'll see that it actually fits pretty well.

  • And while this case doesn't have

  • the best cable management in the world,

  • we actually do have some room back here

  • to route some of our cables.

  • For the motherboard, we have the MSI B250M Pro-VD.

  • Because motherboard names are awesome.

  • What is cool about this is

  • it is with that B250 chipset, supporting not only

  • Skylake, but also the brand new Intel Kaby Lake processors.

  • So, while it's a little bit of a basic board,

  • we do have some cool features, including

  • check out that PCI slot.

  • So I've actually never seen one that's metal.

  • The idea is that this is gonna give

  • some more protection when you're say,

  • traveling with a computer, and you've got

  • that heavy graphics card that's trying to

  • rip the whole thing out of the slot.

  • Trust me, it happens.

  • On top of that, we also do have an M.2 slot,

  • which not only supports SSDs, but also

  • the new Intel Optane.

  • Powering the Boson 4.0 is the new Intel Pentium G4560.

  • Now, typically Pentiums haven't been good for gaming builds,

  • but what's special about this

  • is that it supports hyper threading,

  • essentially turning this into a Core i3

  • that costs a whole lot less.

  • So even though it might be cheap,

  • don't underestimate the Pentium.

  • With a clock speed of 3.5 gigahertz,

  • it actually really isn't that far off

  • from even the higher end chips

  • like the Core i5, depending on the game.

  • But generally speaking for a build like this,

  • this is gonna be pretty much perfect.

  • So this is actually going to be my first time

  • trying the G4560.

  • Now, as a guy who's done just a couple of budget builds,

  • I'm really excited to see what this thing can do,

  • but from everything I've seen,

  • it is no joke as far as performance goes.

  • Next up we have memory, and here we're using

  • eight gigabytes of Hyper-X Fury.

  • So the cool things about Skylake and Kaby Lake chips

  • is that they do support DDR4.

  • So while it's not really a huge difference

  • compared to DDR3, it is a little bit quicker,

  • and hey, I'll always take a couple extra frames

  • when I can get 'em.

  • So this is going to give us eight gigabytes of RAM

  • in the Boson, which is fine for now,

  • but if you ever do want to upgrade,

  • we do have an additional DIMM slot,

  • so if you ever want to get this guy

  • up to 16 gigabytes, it's no problem.

  • So things are coming along pretty nicely so far,

  • however next up, we have the graphics card,

  • which in this case is an EVGA GTX 1050.

  • So the GTX 1050 is another one of these parts

  • that really does make a ton of sense for budget builds.

  • For about $110 or so, we're getting

  • a lot of horsepower here.

  • And especially when you pair it with that Pentium,

  • we should be good for some pretty decent 1080p gaming.

  • While it packs a punch, the 1050 is

  • a pretty small little card.

  • Now that's not exactly a bad thing.

  • Not only does it easily fit in our case,

  • with tons of room to spare,

  • but it also is completely powered from the motherboard.

  • So while we have all of our connectors

  • for more beefy graphics cards,

  • this guy pulls all the power it needs

  • straight from that PCI slot.

  • And that is about it.

  • However, not but not least, we have an SSD.

  • And yes, this is an SSD in a $400 system.

  • So it is 2017, and I am a firm believer

  • that you should not be buying or building

  • a computer without an SSD.

  • It makes such a huge difference to

  • every day usability of a computer,

  • so much faster, so much less frustrating.

  • So for this, we actually went with

  • a Kingston SSDNow UV400, and the only real downside

  • with this is that it's only 120 gigabytes.

  • So if you don't mind going just a little bit over

  • the $400 budget, you can upgrade this

  • to 240 gigabytes, or, since this is a gaming PC,

  • and we have plenty of room for expansion,

  • you can add an additional hard drive here

  • to have extra stuff like games, files,

  • that kind of thing, so you kind of get

  • the best of both worlds.

  • And it's as simple as that to build the Boson 4.0.

  • So now I'm going to do a little bit of

  • cable management, get this guy all up and running,

  • and we'll see what it can actually do.

  • So this is Grand Theft Auto 5 running on the Boson.

  • So right now we're playing at 1080p High settings,

  • and we're getting anywhere between about

  • 70 to 100 frames, depending on what we're doing.

  • So this is a 144hz monitor, so that extra frame rate

  • actually does look nice and smooth,

  • but if you're playing on a standard display,

  • you can actually crank the setting up even more

  • and still get a very smooth output.

  • Next up we have Overwatch, and this is

  • one of those games that really does look better

  • on PC versus console.

  • Not only do the graphics look nice

  • at 1080p on high, we're also getting

  • a super smooth 80 to about 100 frames per second.

  • Now, I think, I mean, sure, it's totally playable

  • on console, and even if you're playing at 60hz,

  • it's fine, but being able to have the option

  • of actually really cranking that

  • graphics setting up, while still getting

  • a nice solid frame rate, is really helpful.

  • For $400, the Boson 4.0 is a pretty solid

  • little gaming PC.

  • So as always, the links to everything

  • you guys need to actually build this guy

  • will be in the description.

  • I'm curious, what do you guys think about the latest Boson?

  • Let me know in the comments below,

  • and I will catch you on the next one.

- Hey guys, this is Austin, and welcome to

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